Welcome to the Jalopnik Weekend Motorsports Roundup, where we let you know what's going on in the world of racing, where you can see it, and where you can talk about it all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend?
In news from yesterday, USA Today is reporting that Camping World Truck Series driver Cole Custer is the youngest winner in history when he won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday. He's only 16 years old. He takes the record away from Erik Jones, who won at Phoenix last November as a 17-year-old, as the youngest winner in a NASCAR national touring series.
Red Bull Global Rallycross is continuing at the Port of Los Angeles, and the LA Times has this exclusive interview with rallycross driver Rhys Millen. He and others will be taking on competitors continuing today. Although, I don't think the PLA is nearly as cool as July's Washington DC street course:
What I have to admit I really want to watch is the Lucas Oil dune buggy rounds. I'm not sure I actually care about who wins. I just think the idea of racing dune buggies to be absolutely hilarious. Preferably along some tropical beach. With wacky hijinks and amusing sound effects. Oh, not what dune buggy racing is like? Ah well. Ruin my fun.
All times EDT.
Red Bull Global Rallycross
Port of Los Angeles
San Pedro, California
5 PM Sunday on NBC
NASCAR Sylvania 300 - Sprint Cup
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, New Hampshire
1 PM Sunday on ESPN
Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix
Mariana Bay Street Circuit
7:30 AM Sunday on NBCSN (replay on Monday at 7 PM)
12 PM Sunday on ESPN2 (same-day replay at 8:30PM)
Lucas Oil: Pro 4 and Pro Buggy, Round 10
Glen Helen Raceway
San Bernardino, California
7 PM Sunday on CBSSN
Images via Getty and AP Images, video via LA Times/YouTube.