the weekend of Culture TV It is full of sporting attractions. This Saturday (16), there is LBF, Paulista Cup and the first race Formula E. On Sunday (17) there is Indy Formula and the second series of Formula Eat the New York E-prix.
This Saturday (16), there is the second match of the LBF. O Sesi Araraquara receives at the Arena Sesi, in São Paulo, the Vera Cruz Campinas. The ball goes up at 11:20 a.m., with narration by Gil Arruda and commentary by Helen Luz.
After finishing the regular season in first place, the Araraquara team is aiming for victory to stay in the fight for a spot in the competition’s decision. Vera Cruz, meanwhile, finished the regular season in fourth place, but has a playoff advantage for winning Game 1 and is one win away from the LBF Finals.
Also this Saturday (21) is game day for another round of Paulista Cup. From 3:20 p.m., the ball rolls for the confrontation between Saint Bernard and Holy water, who compete at the 1° de Maio Municipal Stadium, in São Bernardo do Campo (SP). For the third round of competition, the São Paulo classic will have narration by Gil Arruda and commentary by Jamelli.
This weekend, the motorsport enthusiast will be able to follow the New York E-Prix given Formula E, on TV Culture. On Saturday (16) and Sunday (17), from 9.30 a.m., the station broadcasts qualifying training. The race starts at 1:45 p.m. on both days. The narration is by Marco de Vargas and the commentary by Fábio Seixas.
On Sunday (22), the channel broadcasts the 10th stage of the fastest motorsport category. This time, the teams of Indy formula challenge the Toronto Grand Prix, on Canadian streets. Departure is from 4:00 p.m., with narration by Geferson Kern and commentary by Rodrigo Mattar.
Currently, even with a sixth place in the last stage, in Mid-Ohio, Marcus Ericsson retains the championship lead. However, the Ganassi driver sees his advantage shrinking in the competition. Australian Will Power, in second place, has a gap of 20 points.
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