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Jun 6

What To Watch: Your Weekend Racing Schedule

(Photo: Steven Tee/LAT Photographic)

No need to set your alarm clocks! The 2014 Canadian GP will go green at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 8. (Photo: Steven Tee/LAT Photographic)

Friday, June 6

12 p.m. ET – NASCAR Sprint Cup Practice | Pocono (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
2 p.m. ET – Formula 1 Practice | Canada (GP Racecast) *LIVE
4:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Sprint Cup Qualifying | Pocono (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
8:30 p.m. ET – NASCAR Trucks Race | Texas (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE

Jun 5

F1: Rosberg And Hamilton Have ‘Moved On’ After Monaco Spat

Nico Rosberg (left) and Lewis Hamilton (right) have cleared the air after a tension-filled Monaco Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Nico Rosberg (left) and Lewis Hamilton (right) have cleared the air after a tension-filled Monaco Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Nico Rosberg says that the tension with Lewis Hamilton is recent weeks is to be expected given that they are both fighting for the World Championship – and he adds that their relationship has has its ups and downs over the years.

“I didn’t see it as too unusual, we’ve always had periods when it was more difficult,” said Rosberg. “We have that base respect that goes back 15 years, and that’s the important one, and as a result we always then discuss things and move on. And that’s how it’s been this time.

Jun 5

FOX Sports To Provide Flag-To-Flag Coverage Of 24 Hour Of Le Mans

FOX Sports will provide 25 hours of coverage for this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. (Photo: Getty Images)

FOX Sports will provide 25 hours of coverage for this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. (Photo: Getty Images)

Veteran race broadcaster Bob Varsha leads a team of 10 on-air personalities and analysts as FOX Sports delivers live multi-platform coverage of the 82nd running of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans from famed Circuit de la Sarthe in France, beginning June 14.

FOX Sports opens the first of five live coverage segments at 8:30 a.m. ET, with Varsha serving as host and lead play-by-play announcer for the marathon coverage of the world’s most famous sports car endurance race.

Jun 5

F1: No Progress On New McLaren Contract, Says Button

McLaren's Jenson Button addresses the media prior to the Canadian Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

McLaren’s Jenson Button addresses the media prior to the Canadian Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jenson Button insists that he intends to race on in 2015, but adds that it’s too early to be finalizing a deal with McLaren.

Inevitably there has been speculation about Button stepping aside, possibly to make way for protege Stoffel Vandoorne – although Fernando Alonso’s name continues to be linked to a return to the team.