During the COVID-19 pandemic, you cannot go to the motor racetrack. However, you can watch the motor racing events on the TV. Here are some of the motor race series you must wait for.

3/Endurance and touring cars


Le Mans, the biggest race of the year, has been delayed to September 2020. The event would take place from September 12 to September 20, with the race over the final double days. You can watch it on Eurosport in the UK.


The British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) was kicked off at Donnington Park in August. The motor race will take place until November 11 with the final race at Brands Hatch. You can watch on ITV in the UK.


DTM is a Germany’s motor race equivalent to the BTCC. Sometimes, it is held in Belgium and the Netherlands. This year, the first DTM race was organized at Spa-Francorchamps in August. The final race will take place at the Hockenheimring on November 16. You can watch BT Sport.


The American stock car race has been taking place all year. The NASCAR will continue until November 16. You can watch the series via Premier Sports in the UK.


Instead of Lamborghinis or Ferraris, the Australian Supercars series features good old fashioned Holden and Ford saloons. The event opened on February 20 and will close on December 11. You can watch an official SuperView app as it is not on the TV.



The World Rally Championship (WRC) had to be suspended after three first events. It was projected to resume in September. The final session of the race will take place in Japan on November 19. The race is available on the official WRC website. You can watch the WRC’s highlights on ITV.

World Rallycross

The World Rallycross was kicked off in Sweden in late August. The event will run until December 11 with the final race at the Nurburgring circuit in Germany. This event is broadcast on BT Sport in the UK.