This Weekend In Racing: November 22nd – 25th

News, Racing I By Winding Road Staff I November 21, 2019


This weekend, there isn’t a whole lot going on as the racing season winds down rapidly, sports fans.

Though, Formula E has a very eventful weekend on the streets of Ad Diriyah in Saudi Arabia! Fun fact: this is the race that Porsche will debut it’s FE effort, so with few distractions airing elsewhere, this will potentially be a historic race to keep an eye on! The action whirrs off with qualifying Friday morning, followed by Race 1 immediately after, then a quick running of the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy immediately after. Saturday a carbon copy of the schedule airs, then Jag’s 2nd eTrophy airs Monday morning after a full pause on Sunday.

Elsewhere, on the internal combustion realm of motorsports, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Presented by Geico is in beautiful San Bernardino, California: catch the action late Sunday evening on Fox Sports 1.

Find out where to watch these series and when over at


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