The Superleague Formula is back in action this weekend, with the football themed cars taking to the track in Belgium at the Zolder circuit.
A brief intro from the official site:
The 2.492 mile, 10 turn circuit has remained a staple of the championship since its inception in 2008. Indeed, it is the only venue to have been included on the calendar throughout Superleague Formula’s brief history to date.
Don’t rely on my knowledge of timings, but I think the first race starts at 9am BST on Sunday, and the second at midday. Live streaming will be available as ever.
Looking further ahead, Peugeot have confirmed their plans for endurance racing for the rest of the year. They’re bringing one car to Silverstone which won’t feature Franck, but he’ll be back to take part in Petit Le Mans alongside Lamy and Sarrazin. He’ll also turn up in the car with Sarrazin at a race in Zhuhai, China, which is a new one on me. Plenty of action still to come for the rest of the year.