With F1 heading for a summer break, how can you ease the pain of missing the highest echelon in motorsport? Easy. Watch old races.
This week Sky Sports F1 has a number of classic races on show, with the 1988 Italian Grand Prix on offer (Friday, 2100-2130hrs, Sky Sports F1).
That was the only event Mclaren failed to win in that season, with the British marque being thwarted by an old adversary on home turf.
Also available are two excellent races from the 2012 season, the European GP (Wednesday, 21002315hrs, Sky Sports F1) and Brazilian GP (Thursday, 21002130hrs, Sky Sports F1).
If you’ve missed any action over the past week, then BT Sport has you covered; a three-hour highlights marathon begins with the Blancpain Endurance Cup and its showpiece event –the Spa 24 Hours. The prestigious race is never one to be missed (Thursday, 1800-1900hrs, BT Sport 2).
Following Spa, there’s action from arguably rallying’s second most coveted prize after the world championship itself: Rally Finland (Thursday, 1900-2000hrs, BT Sport 2). Did Jari-matti Latvala make it three in a row?
The final hour of the stint (don’t switch seats, you don’t want to miss anything) is Indycar action from Toronto (Thursday, 2000-2100, BT Sport 2). The championship has been competitive and fun to watch in 2016.