In this fourth weekend in July we find yet another incredibly packed schedule of motorsports goodness.
Formula 1 is in action this week, so they get things started Friday morning at 8am with practice for the German Grand Prix from Hockenheim. In the afternoon you can catch NASCAR Trucks qualifying, and then their race that night from O’Reilly Raceway Park.
Saturday starts with Formula 1 qualifying, then at 2:00pm you can catch over 50 sports cars try to make their way around the very crowded 1.5 mile track at Lime Rock. That night you will be able to see the NASCAR Nationwide drivers compete under the lights again, this time at O’Reilly Raceway park. Closing out the night is qualifying for the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix from Laguna Seca.
Sunday is completely packed! Fox kicks it all off with the Formula 1 German Grand Prix at noon. At 1:00pm you can choose between the NASCAR Sprint Cup Brickyard 400 and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge from New Jersey. At 3:30 SPEED will be airing the GP2 race from Hockenheim. At 5:00 you have to make another choice as Versus will be showing the IndyCar race from Edmonton, and SPEED will have the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix.
Friday, July 23
Formula 1* – German Grand Prix Practice
NASCAR Trucks – AAA Insurance 200 Qualifying from O’Reilly Raceway Park
NASCAR Trucks – AAA Insurance 200 from O’Reilly Raceway Park
Saturday, July 24
Formula 1* – German Grand Prix Qualifyingay
American Le Mans Series – Northeast Grand Prix from Lime Rock
NASCAR Nationwide – Kroger 200 from O’Reilly Raceway Park
MotoGP – U.S. Grand Prix Qualifying from Laguna Seca
Sunday, July 25
Formula 1* German Grand Prix from Hockenheim
NASCAR Sprint Cup – Brickyard 400 from Indianapolis
Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge from New Jersey
GP2 Championship* from Hockenheim
IndyCar – Edmonton Indy
MotoGP – U.S. Grand Prix from Laguna Seca
* Unfortunately Formula 1 and GP2 aren’t broadcast in HD.
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