FIA European Truck Racing Championship

Exciting truck racing action in Europe

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Organised by the FIA, the European Truck Racing Championship is the discipline’s premier category and boasts a calendar to fit its status with trips to Austria, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic.

The racing trucks are equipped with 1200 hp engines doing up to 100 miles per hour. On a grid with 26 big rigs the 5.5-ton machines doing battle there’s guaranteed action-packed lights-to-flag racing galore. The 2014 season events take place at Misano, Los Arcos, Nogaro, Spielberg, Nuerburgring, Most, Zolder, Jarama, with the finals in Le Mans on the Circuit Bugatti.

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  • Red Bull Ring, Austria

    The 2017 Truck Racing Championship kicks off the season with a race in Spielberg, Austria. About 25.000 enthusiastic fans are expected to watch the four races at the Red Bull Ring. Since the track is very short and features a mix of long straights and big braking points, action is always guaranteed. MOTORVISION TV brings you the exciting highlight breakdown from Spielberg.

  • Misano, Italy

    The European Truck Racing Championship travels to Italy for the second event of the season, which is held on the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. Tens of thousands viewers are expected when the heavy racing giants battle it out on the 4.048 track in the Province of Rimini. MOTORVISION TV brings you the best racing action from the event.

  • Nurburgring, Germany

    The 2017 European Truck Racing Championship travels from Misano in Italy to Nuerburg in Germany for the third event of the season. Drivers of the racing trucks, which feature a weight of 5.3 tons, output of 1200 hp and a maximum speed of 160 km/h, compete in four races on the 3.629 kilometers Nuerburgring. MOTORVISION TV shows you the highlights from the event in Nuerburg.

  • Slovakiaring, Slovakia

    The third racing weekend of the 2017 FIA European Truck Racing Championship takes place at the Slovakiaring, which is approximately 30 kilometers away from Bratislava. Over two days, the racing trucks with a combined power of more than 30,000 hp compete in four races on the 5.922-kilometers track. MOTORVISION TV shows you the best racing action from the event at Slovakiaring.

  • Hungaroring, Hungary

    After competing in Slovakia, Hungary is the next destination for the 2017 European Truck Racing Championship. Round 5 of the racing series takes place on the Hungaroring in Budapest, which features a length of 4.381 kilometers and is also home to a Formula One Grand Prix. MOTORVISION TV shows a highlights breakdown and all result from the four races in Hungary.

  • Most, Czech Republic

    The European Truck Racing Championship heads from Budapest in Hungary to the Most Autodrom for the sixth round of the 2017 season. The 4.212 kilometers race track in located in the northwest of the Czech Republic. It features a series of fast and big turns as well as plenty opportunities to take over competitors. MOTORVISION TV shows the exciting highlight breakdown from Most.

  • Zolder, Belgium

    After competing in Most in the Czech Republic, teams of the European Truck Racing Championship head to Zolder in Belgium for the seventh event of the 2017 season. Over the course of two days, they will have four races on Circuit Zolder, which features a length of 4.011 kilometers and a total of ten turns. Join MOTORVISION TV for a highlight breakdown of all four races in Zolder.

  • Le Mans, France

    Drivers of the 2017 European Truck Racing Championship meet for the penultimate event of the season at the world-famous Le Mans circuit in central France. For the ninth and final event of the season, they race on the smaller Bugatti Circuit, which is 4.273 kilometers long and features 11 turns. MOTORVISION TV brings you the exciting highlight breakdown from the four races in Le Mans.

  • Jarama, Spain

    Participants of the 2017 European Truck Racing Championship travel from France to the Circuito del Jarama for the final race of the season. The Trucks, which feature a weight of 5.3 tons, output of 1200 hp and a maximum speed of 160 km/h, compete in a total of four races on the 3.85 kilometers track, which is located north of Madrid. MOTORVISION TV shows the highlights from the finale in Jamara.