With it being the beginning of June, we are now half way through 2015 and motorsport seasons are well and truly underway or, in the case of Formula E, are drawing to a close.
The first weekend of June sees Formula One head to Canada where the fight between the two Mercedes drivers will continue. Last year saw both Mercedes hit trouble, allowing Daniel Ricciardo to win, although Red Bull are unlikely to challenge the Mercedes, could Ferrari cause another upset in Canada? During the same weekend Formula E heads to the streets of Moscow for the Russian ePrix, It is the penultimate country that the series will visit, and where Lucas di Grassi, Nelson Piquet and Sebastian Buemi will all be hoping to strengthen their title chances. Lastly is IndyCar which will be heading to Texas for the Firestone 600.
MotoGP heads to Catalunya whilst IndyCar head to Canada. There is also another prestigious racing event that will take place during this weekend, the 24 Hours of Le Mans where Audi will be hoping to take another win.
It is a slightly quieter weekend as only Formula One will be in action, they head to Austria, Red Bull’s home race.
The final weekend of June sees MotoGP head to the Netherlands for the Dutch TT at Assen. IndyCar returns which will be competing in Fontana. Lastly there will be the finale of the 2014/2015 Formule E series which will take place in London. Unlike previous Formula E events, there will be two races, one held on the Saturday and the other on the Sunday.