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Weekend Motorsports Roundup: Dec. 1-2, 2012

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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 talk about it all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend?


With Formula One and NASCAR having ended their seasons in recent weeks, the live racing scene is starting to look a little sparse as we head into the cold, cruel winter. Fortunately, there's lots of good stuff on the reruns, and some of it was never broadcasted live in the U.S. in the first place.

Also, the Australian V8 Supercars Sydney Telstra 500 is this weekend. Anybody got a good live stream?


Here's what's on tap this weekend. Let us know what you'll be watching, and as always, tell us if we missed anything.

Photo credit Getty Images

All times Eastern.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Pro2 and ProLite
Miller Motorsports Park
Salt Lake City, Utah
4 a.m. on SPEED (Race from June 23)

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Pro2 and ProLite
Wild West Motorsports Park
Sparks, Nevada
12 p.m. on SPEED (Race from Aug. 25)

Porsche Supercup Race Highlights
Hungary, Belgium, and Italy
1:30 p.m. on SPEED

FIA World Touring Car Championship Italy
Autodromo Nationale de Monza
Monza, Italy
5 p.m. om SPEED (Race from March 11)


British Touring Car Championship Round 1
Brands Hatch Circuit
Kent, England
6 p.m. on SPEED (Race from April 1)

Australian V8 Supercars Round 14
Winton Motor Raceway
Winton, Australia
8 p.m. on SPEED (Race from Nov. 19)


Australian GT Championship Round 6
Gold Coast Street Circuit
Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia
Streaming online at SPEED 2

FIA World Touring Car Championship Shanghai
Shanghai International Circuit
Shanghai, China
Streaming online at SPEED 2


Sunday, Dec. 2

German Touring Car Masters (DTM) Round 1
Hockenheim, Germany
12 p.m. on SPEED (Race from April 29)


FIA GT1 World Championship Round 1
Circuit Paul Armagnac
Nogaro, France
6 p.m. on SPEED (Race from April 9)

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Race 1 of the Telstra 500 ran last night. It was won by Craig Lowndes after leader Tim Slade had an off. Slade recovered to finish 2. Meanwhile, Alex Premat suffered a bout of heat exhaustion mid-race and had to retire to receive medical attention. David Reynolds had to pit to change his shoe after the sole melted to the footwell. After breaking something in his steering on the first lap, Shane Van Gisbergen collided with the medical car.

Race two of the weekend should be streamed live here: come race time (11p Eastern US/8p Pacific/4a UTC/3p Sydney/you can do the rest of the math if you need it).