There are plenty of races taking place during September. Below is a weekend by weekend breakdown of what will be taking place this month.
The opening weekend of September sees Formula One and European Formula Three in action.
The F1 drivers and teams head to Monza, Italy where Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will be hoping for a strong weekend in their Ferrari’s, in front of the home fans, whilst the two Mercedes drivers hope to continue on from their 1-2 in the last round in Belgium.
Having not competed since the weekend of 1st-2nd August, FIA European Formula Three returns, heading to Portimao for the Portuguese Grand Prix. Both Charles Leclerc and Felix Rosenqvist will be hoping to close the points gap to current series leader, Antonio Giovinazzi.
This weekend is much quieter as only MotoGP and its feeder categories are in action as they head to Misano for the San Marino Grand Prix where the title fight between Yamaha riders, Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo will continue.
In the penultimate weekend of September, there is action from Formula One and the World Endurance Championship (WEC). With the F1 drivers and teams heading to Singapore for the original night race, whilst the WEC heads to the USA for the 6 Hours of the Circuit of the Americas.
In the final weekend of September Formula One, MotoGP and its feeder categories as well as Euro F3 are all in action. The F1 circus follows on from Singapore and heads to Japan. Euro F3 heads to the Nurburgring for the penultimate event of the season and is joined in Europe by MotoGP who head to Spain for the third time in the season, this time to Aragon.
This is just some of the great sporting events taking place this month. Which are you most looking forward to?