Calendar

In order to watch too much racing you will need to know when it happens. Keep up with your favourite racing series by adding IWTMR Calendars to your Google Calendar, Apple iCal, Microsoft Outlook, or any other service which supports the ICAL or HTML formats.

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

Scroll down to the table below to pick your championships!

Scroll beneath the table for reasons you should use these calendars!

2022 Season

Fully complete as at 28 February!

New additions:
– FIM Speedway GP
– AMA Flat Track
– AMA Supercross
– AMA Pro Motocross
– MotoAmerica

Email Alerts Broken

Part of the functionality of Google Calendar is to be able to be notified by email whenever there is a change to a calendar. This seems to be broken. Every time I add a date to F1 or MotoGP I get a load of emails back saying the notification email has been blocked. There is no error message included and I have no idea why it is doing it.
 – Pat, 4 Jan 22


Calendar List

Each series has a header and three items underneath the header:

  • Link to series website for latest news and weekend timetable.
  • ICAL link.
  • HTML link.

For iCal (iPhone, iPad, Mac) and possibly others:
Tap the ICAL link. ICAL is not restricted to Apple devices, try it on others.

For Google Calendar:
Click the HTML link then click the +GoogleCalendar icon at the bottom right.

Other:
Try both links and pick the one that works best for your app.

Apps work differently:

  • Some apps subscribe to real time updates, this means when I change a date it will update for you as well. Google Calendar does this.
  • Other apps download the data one time only and you will need to come back here to get the most recent files.

I recommend Google Calendar, it’s what I use to create these calendars and it updates your list immediately when I post an update.

Name Last Updated
Website ICAL HTML
Single Seater
FIA Formula 1 25 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
ABB FIA Formula E 12 May 22
Website ICAL HTML
NTT IndyCar Series (Indy 500) 6 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Super Formula 2 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIA Formula 2 25 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIA Formula 3 4 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Indy Lights 22 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
W Series 3 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Bikes
FIM MotoGP 3 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIM World Superbikes 3 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIM EWC (24LM, Bol D’or) 3 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
British Superbikes 3 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
MotoAmerica 11 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIM MXGP 3 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIM Speedway GP 28 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
AMA Progressive American Flat Track 28 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
AMA Supercross 28 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 28 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
NASCAR
Cup Series (Daytona 500) 15 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Xfinity Series 16 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Camping World Truck Series 16 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
ACO / ‘Le Mans’
FIA WEC (Le Mans 24) 9 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
European Le Mans Series 9 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Asian Le Mans Series 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
Michelin Le Mans Cup 9 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
IMSA
IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar (Daytona 24) 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
IMSA Prototype Challenge 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
GT3 & Others
Super GT 8 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO Intercontinental GT Challenge (Bathurst 12, Spa 24) 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO Fanatec GT World Challenge America 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
24H Series (Dubai 24) 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
DTM 2 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
International GT Open 2 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
British GT 7 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
ADAC GT Masters 7 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
VLN Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie 7 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO GT4 Europe 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
SRO GT4 America 20 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Touring Car
Repco Supercars (Bathurst 1000) 24 Jan 22
(draft)
Website ICAL HTML
FIA World Touring Car Cup / WTCR 3 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
British Touring Car Championship 17 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
TCR Europe 24 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Rally
FIA World Rally Championship 1 Jan 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIA European Rally Championship 15 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
Extreme E 8 Apr 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Rallycross
FIA World Rallycross Championship 15 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIA European Rallycross Championship 15 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Drag
NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series 19 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
FIA European Drag Racing Championship 19 Feb 22
Website ICAL HTML
 
Misc / Other
Dakar, Nurb.24, IoM TT, Goodwood 4 Jan 22
  ICAL HTML
Tour de France, Olympics, World Cup NOT DONE
  ICAL HTML

Why Use These Calendars?

June 2015 IWTM Calendar with 21st selected.
June 2015 IWTM Calendar with the 14th selected. (click for large)

 

Agenda for 21st June 2015
Agenda for 13th June 2015 and the following few days (click for large)

I’ve been updating these since the 2011 racing season. Many decisions have been taken with experience, such as to make the usability the best it can be and to reduce the admin overhead. I listen to feedback but that doesn’t mean I’ll implement it!

One series = One calendar
Pick championships that interest you without getting lots of dates for things you don’t care about.

Customise
In Google Calendar you can colour-code each championship, e.g. you could make all the endurance series green, single-seater series red, or rally series brown (for dirt..!).

Dates, Not Times
Sorry, it is a big job for me to track race times! These are announced much later than race dates. I cover 30+ series, I just can’t monitor them on a weekly basis, I don’t have the free time. There is also an issue of timezone conversion.

Races Only
Races are why we are all here. Practice sessions clutter the feed meaning you can’t find the races. Clarity is better.
These calendars are designed for breadth not depth, so that you can activate say 10 or 20 series at once and see what day the races are on. They aren’t designed to cover all sessions.
Use these calendars as a tool to remind you which weekend a race happens, then go to the series website to look up the session timetable, which often is only announced days beforehand anyway. Really the onus is on you to look ahead.

No TV Times
I don’t know where you live! The internet is global. It is up to you to find out what TV, radio and online streaming coverage is available where you are. The series website is a good start, links to these are provided.

Event Titles
Event titles are as consistent as possible:

A short series name, the round number, the event title.

F1 – [R1] – Australian Grand Prix
IndyCar – [R5] –
Indianapolis 500
WEC – [R3] – 24 Heures du Mans

[COVID-19:  I am not currently including Round numbers [R1] as dates are changing too often. Every cancellation means renumbering everything else manually!]

I will try to keep the correct name where I can but there’s a limit, these dates need to be readable on mobile, so I need to edit. Especially for NASCAR, some of those race names are incredible. I might make a change like this:

  • NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series – [R22] – Helluva Good! Sour Cream Dips At The Glen
  • NASCAR Cup – [R22] – Watkins Glen

Different series number their races in different ways. I try to mirror the way the championship does it but I’ve probably got this wrong somewhere, so just use this as a guide and consult the championship itself for the correct numbers.

BTCC has 10 weekends per year with 3 races per weekend. Every race is counted separately so there are 30 rounds. As they are all on the Sundays I condense this into one entry.
BTCC -R1,R2,R3- Brands Hatch

DTM has say 10 weekends per year with 2 races per weekend, but they are one race each on Saturday and Sunday. As they’re on different days I split them.
May 7:  DTM – R1 – Hockenheim
May 8:  DTM – R2 – Hockenheim

F2 has say 10 weekends with 2 races each, for them it is the weekend that is counted as a round and the races are called ‘Feature’ and ‘Sprint’ so you get Round 1 Feature, Round 1 Sprint.
May 7:  F2 – R1 Feature – Barcelona
May 8:  F2 – R1 Sprint – Barcelona

Endurance races and rallies get one entry for the entire event.

‘Misc’ Calendar
Catch-all. It includes such things as the Dakar Rally, Goodwood Festival of Speed, Isle of Man TT, Nurburgring 24 Hours, Bathurst 12 Hours and anything else that pops into my head.

‘Other Sport’ Calendar
I made this for my own benefit for the Olympics & Paralympics. I like to know that I’m not going to miss the Tour de France or the Six Nations! It is heavily biased toward sports I watch and isn’t updated very often. It took a real back seat during Covid.

Copyright Notice & Disclaimer

Creative Commons BY SA International
You may share or copy the calendar entries for your own purposes. If you use them in something public please use a credit where possible.

Original entries MUST remain unchanged – I think I’ve made them Read Only but I’m never sure – you are free to copy them to your own calendar and amend them there.

This does not imply that I endorse what you do with it, unless you have asked and got permission.

I receive no benefit from doing these, commercial or otherwise, other than the tip jar in the sidebar.

I am not affiliated to any championship, motor racing body, competitor or publication.

This service is only a guide. If you miss a race based on an error in the calendars, do not blame me! Yes, this has happened.

There are a lot of calendars now including series I don’t watch. I do miss things. Please help me out if you see if something has changed, or been uploaded wrongly.

If you find these useful please do comment and most importantly share them.
Spread the word!

558 thoughts on “Calendar”

  1. Hi, this calendar is of big help, it wil be great to have the qualifying times of MOTOGP included. Thanks in advance.

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  2. Hi,
    If you are looking for specific start times please use MotoGP.com.
    My service is for following race dates across multiple championships, I can’t drill down to times for so many series.
    Thanks.

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  3. Coronavirus / Covid-19 has been causing problems for organisers. Several changes have been made and the situation remains fluid. I have made the following changes:

    Formula E: Sanya and Rome cancelled. Possibility later races may become double-headers.

    Formula 1: Chinese GP postponed/cancelled.

    MotoGP: Qatar is for Moto2 and Moto3 only. Thailand moved to October. Aragon moved 2 weeks earlier.

    24H Series: Monza moved from March to July. Estoril takes the March date.

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  4. MotoGP: COTA and Argentina moved to November. Valencia delayed to make room.

    FIA WEC: Sebring 1000 cancelled.

    IMSA: Sebring 12 Hours moved to November.

    Formula 1: Australian GP cancelled just hours before FP1.

    IndyCar: St Pete currently going to go ahead behind closed doors.

    IndyCar & IMSA: Long Beach postponed.

    Formula E: Jarkarta postponed, Paris and Seoul probably next.

    World Superbike: Qatar cancelled. Jerez moved to October.

    NHRA: GatorNationals postponed.

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  5. Hi Pat
    Thank you for your passion and for your wonderfully consolidated motorsports calendars.
    This is a true labor of love :-))
    All the best
    Stephen Page
    http://www.thevrl.com – a community for people who love racing and cars

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  6. Imre, I’m very unlikely to do PSC for the same reason I’m very unlikely to do Ferrari Challenge or Lambo Super Trofeo. The number of people who care is going to be very small relative the effort.

    Tim, thanks for the BSB link, I forgot to comment here but I changed it not long after I saw the comment.

    jph6t, thanks, have changed, although I’m not sure why you’d want a date for something in the past!

    I also noticed today that VA Supercars is at Sydney for a second time and not at Winton so I’ve changed that as well.

    I stopped updating the separate post, no need now.

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  7. Oh and if you hadn’t noticed the Calendars are now the main page of the site! I need to edit it down a bit but that’s a task for when things are quieter.

    The blog section is still accessible from the menu bar and the last 5 posts are on the side bar. I don’t get time to blog these days, much as I’d like it.

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  8. Hi guys,

    START TIMES

    I have started pulling together start times for races on my Twitter account. Just go to twitter.com/toomuchracing and see the pinned tweet or its immediate reply.
    As start times are only available in advance for the big championships, and a large number of races do not confirm their start times until race week – especially in the era of Covid-19 – I cannot do the Google & iCal Calendars with start times. And there are too many to change individually.
    But I can check every week and post a summary to Twitter in an image.

    Example:

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  9. Any chance of updating The FIA WRX (World Rallycross) calendar? Remainder of the season is confirmed with two rounds occurring on some weekends. Thanks for all you do! Love these calendars. Cheers.

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  10. Thanks again for the calendars. FYI slight corrections to the WRC calendar. Cheers
    Rally Turkey was last week – 18-Sep to 20-Sep
    Rally Italia Sardegna – 08-Oct to 11-Oct

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  11. Superb calendars for motorcycle racing. Thanks.
    I have added to the tip jar so you can buy a pint of warm Bedfordshire beer!
    Cheers!

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  12. Hi all:
    I know 2021 race dates are being announced now.
    But with Covid still about, I am very sceptical about the chances of races happening when they are planned.
    I’d like to wait a little bit longer so that I don’t have to keep editing the dates.
    It might be after the December FIA World Council meeting that I start to work on them.
    Thanks
    Pat

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  13. Hey Pat,
    Firstly, once again thanks for the great work collating these calendars. The WRX calendar has changed again with this weekends scheduled round in Portugal being cancelled. Rounds 7 and 8 now take place a week apart in Spain over the one day each. For now, Round 9 is still in Belgium along with Round 10 in Germany. Both of these last two rounds take place over the usual 2 days for a WRX round.
    Cheers!

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  14. Hi Simon,
    OK changed. Hopefully this is the last one!
    I’ve left the others as Sunday only, as Saturday is qualifying rounds, is that how it works?

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  15. WRC final round is from Monza this weekend. Next weekend’s WRX is cancelled, series has now finished for 2020.

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  16. Hi Matthew,
    OK I have added a calendar space for EWC. There are no race dates yet as I can’t find any to add but I will check back over the next few months.

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  17. I have renamed a couple of calendars within Google so they may have moved for you in the list:
    MotoGP -> FIM MotoGP
    WSBK -> FIM WSBK
    And new calendar -> FIM EWC
    This puts them all together if you order them alphabetically.

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  18. Hi, thanks for the F1 and IndyCar calendars! These are great. I’m assuming you haven’t completed Nascar Calendars yet. I click on them and none of the dates are filled in. Thanks again.

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  19. Hi Mark,
    Yes there are a lot of gaps at the moment. I’ve been holding back as dates are still changing by the week, just trying to avoid last year’s situation of getting lost amid all the changes. I’m going to have to commit at some point soon, it’ll be series like NASCAR and NHRA first as those are due to start first. Thanks for the support!

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  20. Hi, thank you for your big effort in doing and updating these calendars.
    Great resource!
    I have noticed that the WSBK and the EWC ical files are the same…don’t know if it’s an error or what 🙂

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  21. Hi WRC4ever,
    Well-spotted!
    I think it must have crept in when I redesigned this page a few weeks ago. Hopefully it is fixed now.
    Thanks for the comments!

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  22. Hi guys,
    I am only checking weekly at the moment. I’ll be leaving my job soon due to impending redundancy and I have a high workload to deal with. I’ll do what I can to keep this updated.

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  23. Hi, thank you so much for these calendars! They’re an incredible resource and I’m happy to donate.

    One suggestion – have you considered adding Extreme E?
    https://www.extreme-e.com/en/race-calendar
    The calendar is small with only 5 events. It also features big names like Hamilton, Button, Rosberg, Sainz, Ogier, etc, so it might be popular enough to be worth the effort.

    Thanks again!

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  24. Hi Akash,
    I have considered it yes. Normally I wait a year for a new series, to see what the popularity is, but as you say with big names such as these it may be worth it straight away. Give me a few days to check interest.
    Thanks for the comment and donation!
    Pat

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  25. Repco Supercars have delayed the next round by one week because of COVID restrictions.

    “Supercars statement regarding Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint.

    Supercars has made the precautionary decision to delay the upcoming Tasmanian event by one week, due to the COVID-19 situation in Queensland.

    The event will now be held on the 17-18th April.”

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