The DTM and European Formula Three championships were decided in the final events for the two series at the Hockenheimring last weekend.
Last weekend set up final-round title-deciders in European Formula Three, Japanese Super Formula, the DTM and the Formula Renault Eurocup.
A bizarre incident involving an ambulance almost cost a NASCAR driver a shot at the championship. Also two F1 juniors had strong weekends.
McLaren and Red Bull junior development drivers Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly enjoyed successful weekends in their respective championships.
The DTM season passed the halfway mark with its Russian round and the drivers left the Moscow Raceway with the top two separated by one point and a rookie in contention for the crown.
A close scrap in the Rally of Poland was decide when one of the contenders crashed out. Last weekend’s DTM and Euroformula races were also marked by unusual incidents.
Toyota’s president suggested hybrid technology may be “not yet ready for the long distance of the 24 Hours of Le Mans” after failing to win the race.
Formula Three’s prestigious Pau Grand Prix was decided when a suspension failure sent the race leader into the barriers.
The World Endurance Championship’s dress rehearsal for the Le Mans 24 Hours at Spa produced a close and exciting finish.