The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused lockdown in most regions in the world, negatively affecting many sectors in the first half (H1) of this year. Of which, people wondered that the sports of motor racing would do when every racing series was delayed or cancelled.
Now, we are entering the second quarter (Q2) of this year when plenty of racing action going on. However, most events are organized behind closed doors without the attendance of the spectators. You can only watch such motorsports racing events on the TV.
The following are some of the leading motorsports that you can look forward to.
Formula One or F1 is the biggest motorsport event in the world. The 2020 season was kicked off at the Austrian Grand Prix on July 3. The championship will conclude in Abu Dhabi on November 27, 2020.
You can watch the series of F1 via Sky Sports F1 or Channel in the United Kingdom (UK).
This year’s season of Formula E ended. Therefore, you have to wait for watching the next season which is projected to be kicked off on January 16, 2021, with the Chilean season opener in Santiago.
The exciting motor race Indy 500 is taking place right now from August 12 to August 2020. You can watch the races in the UK on the Sky Sports F1 channel.
Moto GP started with the Spanish GP at Jerez in July and will finish at Portugal’s Algarve International Circuit on November 20. You can watch the races on BT Sport or wait for the highlights on Quest channel.
The World Superbike began in New Zealand on February 27 and will end at Misano in Italy on November 6. In the UK, you can watch World Superbikes on Eurosport.