Lucas Oil Pro Motocross resumes this weekend from Redbud. Here’s details and times of this weekend’s coverage:
LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP – REDBUD NATIONAL – SATURDAY AT 3 P.M. ET ON NBCSN
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship continues with the RedBud National in Buchanan, Mich., this Saturday at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Ken Roczen continues to dominate the 450 Class standings early in the 2016 campaign, following his third sweep of the season in the class in Tennessee last weekend. Cooper Webb earned his first win of the season in the 250 Class at last weekend’s event, but still trails Joey Savatgy who leads the points standings in the class.
Veteran play-by-play voice Jason Weigandt, analyst and two-time AMA Pro Motocross ChampionGrant Langston, and pit reporter Georgia Lindsay will call this weekend’s action.
Coverage airs at the below times on network, and all are streamed on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. A link to that is here, at the below times; http://motostream.nbcsports.com.
|Sat., July 2
||Lucas Oil Pro Motocross RedBud – Practice
||Lucas Oil Pro Motocross RedBud – Moto 1s
||Lucas Oil Pro Motocross RedBud – Moto 2s
The NTT IndyCar Series will be sharing Indianapolis Motor Speedway with the NASCAR Cup Series in a race weekend doubleheader for the second consecutive season, but both series will be on the road course in August 2021.
IMS announced Wednesday that IndyCar will hold an Aug. 14, 2021 race on its 14-turn, 2.439-mile road course. It’ll be a day before NASCAR’s premier series runs the same layout for the first time after the Brickyard 400 was contested on the 2.5-mile oval for the first time in 27 years.
This season’s rescheduling of the IndyCar GMR Grand Prix to July 4, 2019 (a day before the Brickyard 400) led to the first NASCAR-IndyCar doubleheader weekend. The Xfinity Series also raced on the IMS road course for the first time July 4 after the IndyCar race ended.
INDYCAR AT IMS THIS WEEKEND: Harvest GP schedule, entry lists
IndyCar will be holding its second race weekend this year at the IMS road course Friday and Saturday with the Harvest GP.
“Our first NASCAR-INDYCAR weekend was a big success last July, with positive feedback from
our loyal fans who watched the races on NBC and from the drivers, teams and participants
involved,” IMS president Douglas Boles said in a statement. “The Xfinity Series’ debut on the IMS road course provided exactly the kind of thrilling action from the green to checkered flags that we anticipated, so we know the teams and drivers of the Cup Series will put on a great show as they turn left and right for the first time at IMS.
“We can’t wait to welcome back fans to see NASCAR and INDYCAR together during this
exciting weekend as we add another memorable chapter in the long, storied history of the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway.”
It also will mark the first NASCAR Cup-IndyCar doubleheader with a crowd as fans weren’t permitted at IMS in July because of the novel coronvavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Over the course of Wednesday, NASCAR is releasing its 36-race slate for next season. IndyCar has yet to release its full 2021 schedule.