The Motor Racing Game

Schedule 2014

All dates listed are Sundays with races that start on the Saturday in brackets; apart from WRC events which finish on the Sunday, except those in brackets which finish on Saturday. Indycar events in square brackets are ‘doubleheader’ events, with races on both  Saturday and Sunday. The two NASCAR events that are starred are non-championship races, being the Sprint Unlimited at Daytona and the All-Star event at Charlotte. USCC races feature far too many complications in formats from round to round to indicate.

The WEC and USCC both have races at Austin that are dated according to their web-sites on the Saturday, but I expect the WEC will race on Sunday. The USCC date given for Indianapolis is actually for the Friday, maybe because they will utilise the road-course, with NASCAR then using the oval. Indycar will race on the Indianapolis road-course two weeks before the ‘500. The USCC events at Kansas and Virginia have been excluded from the game, as both would involve picking from PC-only events (stand alone race at Kansas, and the main event of two races (the other for the GTs) at Virginia) with possibly as few as nine cars, and it has been decided that only USCC rounds featuring the Prototype class are of suitable status for the game.

The column headings are also at the bottom of the table, which helps with viewing the lower half. The table is an image, so can be right-clicked and saved.

2 Comments »

  1. You may not have V8 Supercars, but you should at least allow Bathurst (4-7 Oct)…..

    Comment by Drewe — January 14, 2012 @ 11:04 am

  2. We tend to veer away from series that have more than one race in a weekend, but including Bathurst is an interesting idea.

    Comment by Sebastian X — January 14, 2012 @ 11:26 am


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