Race Calendars & Schedules

In order to watch too much racing you will need to know when it happens.

Keep up with your favourite racing series by adding my Calendars to your Google Calendar, Apple iCal, Microsoft Outlook, or other service which supports ICAL or HTML format.

Just click the link for the race schedule you want to import and it will appear in your calendar.

Go here for details:


[This is a pinned post on the main blog to direct traffic, please click through to the Calendar page for more.]


10 thoughts on “Race Calendars & Schedules”

  1. Love the calendars Pat. Thanks so much for doing this. Will you continue doing it in 2018?




  2. Thanks. 🙂

    Yes there will be a full 2018 update starting in November.

    I’ll do them roughly in order of start date, so Formula E, IMSA and NASCAR will go first.

    This year I’ll have some accompanying blog posts for some of the series looking at what has changed for ’18.

    I wanted to get my IndyCar recap finished before that but some real life stuff has delayed me: someone decided to crash a tractor into my car..


  3. Hi Steve,
    Yes eventually!
    I hadn’t clocked that NHRA starts on Feb 10th so I’d better bump that up the running order to get it done in time, thanks for the prompt.


  4. As of 16th January these are done:
    F1, F2, Formula E, WRC, ERC, IMSA Weathertech, IMSA Continental Tire Challenge, IMSA Prototype Challenge, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup.

    Coming in January – dates will be done, blog posts might come later:
    NASCAR Xfinity, NASCAR Trucks, IndyCar, Indy Lights, FIA WEC, ELMS, NHRA, World Superbikes.

    Coming in February:
    MotoGP, World Rallycross, Global Rallycross, DTM, Supercars Australia, BTCC, FIA WTCR, Blancpain GT, Super GT, PWC, GT Open, British GT, Super Formula and anything I forgot.


  5. Excellent, thanks Pat.

    Yeah NHRA starts in Feb and its a huge schedule. The FIA Euro season doesn’t start until May 25 and its only 6 events.


  6. Update at 31st January:
    NASCAR done.
    NHRA and FIA European are done.
    All ACO or ACO-affiliated sports cars – WEC, IMSA, ELMS, MLMC – are done.

    Bikes next.


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