There is a ton of racing going on this weekend, sports fans! Formula 1 heads to France’s Circuit Paul Ricard, just a baguette’s throw from the French Riviera and comprised of both long-straights and incredibly-tight turns. Practice begins on Friday, followed by qualifying on Saturday and race on Sunday.
The NASCAR Monster Energy Series will have a weekend of both left and right turns as they’ll be at Sonoma, with qualifying on Saturday and race on Sunday. Have a gander at the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series on Saturday at Gateway Motorsports Park, with qualifying followed by the race on Saturday afternoon and evening.
IndyCar heads to the land of calling shopping carts “buggies” and water fountains “bubblers,” for a weekend at the Midwest’s pride and joy, Road America. Practice on Friday, qualifying on Saturday, and the race goes down on Sunday.
The TC America and GT4 America races from a few weeks back grace the screens on CBS Sports on Saturday.
Formula-E says Grüezi to Bern, Switzerland, with their race going down in the early North American hours of Sunday.
Finally, the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series heads to Summit Motorsports Park in Ohio for an action packed weekend of ground-pounding quarter-mile action, check out coverage on Sunday evening.
Check out the broadcast schedule over at Racer.com
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