What to watch on Motorsport.tv this weekend

What to watch on Motorsport.tv this weekend

The majestic Spa-Francorchamps is the location for the penultimate round of the European Le Mans Series for 2017, with titles in all three classes still yet to be decided.

After a four-year hiatus, the ELMS returned to the Ardennes this time last year and it was Dragonspeed that took their first and only win to date.

The new-for-2017 LMP2 cars were thoroughly entertaining during the FIA World Endurance Championship’s visit to the circuit earlier this year, making the prospect of the three-chassis LMP2 battle very intriguing over four hours of racing.

Be sure to follow the full race LIVE on Motorsport.tv across all European territories.


Can Öncü
Can Öncü

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Who will be crowned as a future MotoGP star?

In Spain, the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup heads to the Aragon circuit for its grand finale. After a disastrous round at Misano, long time championship leader Can Oncu has dropped behind Kazuki Masaki as the Japanese rider takes the points lead for the first time.

Masaki will be hoping to continue the consistency that he has displayed all season, having only finished off the podium three times, and beat Oncu to the title.

Tune in for delayed-as-live coverage of both races, and see who comes out on top in the battle to be MotoGP’s next star.

Catch all your Motorsport.tv schedules…

UK TV Schedule here

Pan-European TV Schedule here

North America TV Schedule here 

Also check out our motorsport.tv online channel here – featuring entire races and full series episodes on-demand anytime. 

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