Are you looking for something to keep you entertained this Easter? Well, there is the Geelong/Hawthorn game, but there's also tons of great racing to watch this weekend!
*All times Eastern*
What was the FIA GT Championship is now the Blancpain Sprint Series and the first race of the season is at Nogaro in France this weekend. The races can be seen on the category's YouTube channel.
Qualifying Race: 10:15 AM
Championship Race: 10:15 AM
British GT runs at Oulton Park this weekend.
The British Touring Car Championship hosts its second round at the Donington circuit.
The European Le Mans Series races at Silverstone with the WEC this weekend. Last year, ELMS live streamed its races on their DailyMotion channel, but it is unknown If they will do the same this year. The race starts at 9:30 AM.
Formula One heads to China for the final round before the European stretch of races. All of NBC's coverage this weekend will be on NBCSN.
Free Practice 2: 2 AM
Qualifying: 2 AM
Chinese Grand Prix: 3 AM
Porsche's return now makes LMP1 in the World Endurance Championship a three way fight. Joining Porsche's line-up will be Mark Webber, who comes back to sports car racing after 12 years in Formula One. The Six Hours of Silverstone can be seen on the WEC's subscription based live streaming service. The race begins at 7 AM on Sunday.
Just a week after the season opener in Morocco, the World Touring Car Championship will run at the Paul Ricard circuit in France.
What will you be watching?
(Cover photo provided by www.24h-lemans.com)