Motorsports Calendar, 29 April-1 May 2011

Matthew Little

Points Scorer
With the motorsports world having taken a bit of a break over the Easter holiday, it is time once again to crack open the calendar and see what's on tap this weekend..............

~~~IZOD IndyCar Series: Sao Paulo Indy 300, Sao Paulo Street Circuit(Sao Paulo, Brazil-2.536 mile asphalt/concrete street circuit)
~~~NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Crown Royal Presents the Matthew & Daniel Hansen 400, Richmond International Raceway(Henrico Co., Va., 0.75 mile oval)
~~~NASCAR Nationwide Series: Nationwide 300, Richmond International Raceway
~~~MotoGP: Round 3--Portuguese Grand Prix, Autodromo de Estoril(Estoril, Portugal---2.599 mile natural terrain road course)
~~~British Touring Car Championship: Round 3(races 7-9), Thruxton Circuit--Hampshire, England(2.356-mile natural terrain road course)
~~~SCCA World Challenge: Round 3--Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah(3.048-mile natural terrain Outer Course)
~~~TransAm Series: Round 2--Miller Motorsports Park
~~~DTM/German Touring Cars: Round 1---Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany(2.842-mile stadium road course)
~~~FIA International V8 Supercar Championship: Round 4(races 7-8), Trading Post Perth Challenge--Barbagallo Circuit(Wanneroo, W. Australia--1.51 mile road course)
~~~Renault World Series(WSR): Round 2(races 3-4), Spa-Francorchamps Circuit
~~~Formula 3 Euro Series: Round 2(races 4-6), Hockenheimring
~~~British Rally Championship: Round 3---Pirelli International Rally, Carlisle, England

As always, please check your local listings for exact times/dates and feel free to add anything that may have clipped the apex and missed this weekend's calendar........... :) :goodday:
Woke up this morning thinking "there's no work today, it must be Saturday - I'll watch a load of motorsport"
Damn. >:(
Takuma Sato on a charge!

Just took the lead on a restart in Brazil. Under another full-course yellow at the moment. Circuit wet and slippery. Sato has a wet setup.
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