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With the brilliant World Series by Renault rocking up at Silverstone this weekend we're looking at some very good reasons to like this free-to-view racing package.
A bumper weekend round-up sees action from the Hungaroring, 'The Monaco of Germany' and Mugello to name but three. We also travel to America, report on British F3 at the Nurburgring and have a good old laugh as a man slips on champagne.
There was no F1 this weekend but there was a ludicrous amount of action elsewhere, with this week's Racing Digest covering no fewer than 11 different series. We were so pushed for space we had to ignore the Superstars Series' trip to Donington Park - oh the humanity! Enjoy.
In this week's racing digest we cover everything from a dramatic final lap of the Indy 500 through to the dramatic final lap of NASCAR's Cup race in Charlotte.
The mid-season Formula Renault 3.5 championship leader will once again get a run in Formula One machinery for Renault this year, getting behind the wheel for the JSP Lotus-liveried car's exhibition laps during the World Series by Renault event in Budapest.
A weekend without F1 doesn't mean a weekend without any motorsport, and luckily there was a gluttony of racing events being held all over the world for us to keep a keen eye on. Welcome to another Badger weekend digest, where Europe seems to be the place to be for action and intrigue.
Carlin team-mates Robert Wickens and Jean-Eric Vergne produced a dominant display at Formula Renault 3.5's second round at Spa-Francochamps, taking a pole position and a win apiece at the legendary Belgian circuit.
There may not have been a grand prix this weekend but there was a whole host of other motorsport taking place across the globe. Here we're rounding up the results and the action in our (non-F1) weekend digest.
Team Lotus junior driver Alexander Rossi enjoyed a strong start to the new World Series by Renault campaign, taking a win in the opening race before finishing runner-up in the second run at the Motorland Aragon Circuit.
Toro Rosso third driver and Red Bull rising star Daniel Ricciardo will miss the opening round of this year's Formula Renault 3.5 championship so as to contest first practice at the Chinese Grand Prix.