At Rennsport, we're not just about F1, IndyCar, or NASCAR. We have a great deal of respect for all motorsports. Our first calendar reflects that. We won't just post what's on tv, but everything we can find that's on tv, streamed online, or we think you should check out in person if you get the opportunity. We want you to help spread the good word about racing to the rest of the world. In the comments, leave any series or individual events we have missed. If you can, post any links or provide any further information as well. Know of a historic rally in Estonia? Leave it in comments with Who, What, When, and Where. Ice Racing in the Yukon? Name it. We want it all. This is also a good time to leave your predictions or thoughts about any series, racers, or events in the replies. Sad the main race season is winding down? We know that feel. Leave your thoughts in the comments section.
That being said, there is great racing going on this weekend with a few series having their final run. Here's a list with direct links to streams where relevant.
ALMS from Road Atlanta. The live race starts Saturday, October, 19th at 11:00am, and will be split between Fox Sports 1 and 2, with a re-airing on Fox 2 on Sunday. Information on how the viewing times will be split up are here.
Link to ALMS live streams, spotter's guide, and track map.
DTM Finale from Hockenheim at 2:00 pm, local time. All DTM races are live on DTM's YouTube channel. Support Races also running at Hockenheim this weekend include Porsche Carrera Cup, Deutschland, and Fia Formula 3 European Championship. The two Carrera cup races will be lived streamed on their site.
FIA WEC 6 Hours of Fuji starts at 11:00 am local time on Sunday, October 20th. In exciting news, the race will be live streamed on their site. You can also find live timing and scoring there as well. Radio LeMans will bring you all the action and keep you company too.
IndyCar finale from Fontana airs Saturday, October 19th at 8:00 pm, Eastern on NBCSC. The Indy Lights race airs the hour before at 7:00 pm.
KNPSE from Road Atlanta today. Check out their site for details.
NASCAR from 'Dega, darlings. Both NCWTS and NSCS are running at Talladega. Take a drink every time you here "the Big One could happen any minute." The truck race airs tomorrow on FS1 starting at 4:00 pm, Eastern. The Sprint Cup race is Sunday on ESPN at 2:00 pm.
MotoGP from Phillip Island airs on Sunday starting at 9:00 am Eastern on FS1. A reasonable hour to watch a race for some.
WSBK finale from Jerez is also this weekend. I'll have to keep track on Twitter and my favorite Two Wheels Good sites for that.
World Series by Renault ends their season at Circuit de Catalunya. I'm sure those living in Europe will be able to catch all the races on Eurosport. Americans and elsewhere, will have to check out live timing on WSR's official site.
I think I covered pretty much every major series running this weekend. This calendar will be adjusted as more events are added.
*Now is also good time to remind everyone we are a motorsports blog. That means, as results or breaking news rolls in, we will post it! The only exception to the rule is delayed broadcast F1 events. Even then, as soon as the American broadcast is over, we will post results and highlights as time allows.