This Weekend In Racing: December 14th – 15th

News, Racing I By Winding Road Staff I December 12, 2019

This weekend is far from where we were a few months ago, sports fans. By that, we mean there isn’t much racing getting broadcasted over the airwaves. Though, luckily there are still a few noteworthy events to keep an eye out for, and keep our racing addictions fulfilled:

The third race DreamRace, the new marriage of the Super GT and DTM rulesets, airs on CBS Sports Sunday afternoon! Check out what WRR Retail Specialist Martin Klepper has to say about this new development here.

The FIA World Endurance Championship heads to Bahrain Saturday morning – check out coverage on Motor Trend.

Elsewhere, a special Trans Am Year in Review special airs Saturday midday, followed by DTM/SuperGT, then coverage of the 2019 SCCA Runoffs, and finally the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Presented By Geico that evening. All of this can be found on CBS Sports.

Check out the exact times of when this will all air over at


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