The Red Bull Global Rallycross Supercar season finale from Las Vegas, at the Village Lot on the Strip, will air tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
Leigh Diffey and Townsend Bell have the call, with Kristen Kenney and Anders Krohn reporting from the pits.
The Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross teammates, Scott Speed and Tanner Foust, squared off for the championship.
Team seasons-to-date heading into Las Vegas are linked here.
Besides the races itself, several NASCAR and IndyCar drivers were on site at the Red Bull GRC finale and some interviews with those folks took place.
Again, that’s 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN for the Red Bull GRC finale.
Race fans and historians will have an opportunity to relive the 1911 Indy 500 in color this Sunday, November 25 at 8 p.m. ET.
Airing on the Smithsonian Channel as part of their America in Color series, a colorized version of the first Indy 500 highlights a race that began a tradition more than 100 years old.
The Indy 500 helped establish the auto racing industry and part of the episode deals with the lives of the Ford, Firestone and Edison families.
On board mechanics were a fixture of racing at the time – in part because they also served as spotters. On Lap 90 Joe Jagersberger (running three laps down at the time) broke a steering mount and his rider tumbled onto the track, causing Harry Knight to careen into the pits – which had no wall separating it from the track. Remarkably, no one was killed.
The documentary describes how Ray Harroun likely won because of his use of a rear view mirror that allowed him to drive without an on board mechanic. Innovation in that inaugural race set the tone for racing today.
Harroun beat Ralph Mumford by a margin of 103 seconds in a race that took six hours, 42 minutes to run.