With the Speed channel already gone for most Canadians, the internet is the main option to see most motorsports beyond the F1, IndyCar, and Nascar events carried by TSN and Sportsnet. Even then, indycar.com
had already started freely streaming IndyCar practice sessions this year.
Less than an hour from now as I type this, the United SportsCar Championship race from Circuit of The Americas in Austin TX will be starting (at 12:30 pm eastern time) on imsa.com
. Already seen yesterday were qualifying and the Continental Tire Series race.
Tonight starting at 6pm e.t. is the FIA World Endurance Championship race also from CoTA, on fiawec.com
, although this year they started requiring a paid subscription. They also showed qualifying yesterday.
(Edit: The WEC race is being shown on Speed, despite not being in the TV listings I've seen. It's sort of live -- it seems to be oddly delayed by a few minutes -- and has the Fox Sports commentators instead of the ones on the webcast.)
Tomorrow starting at 5:45 am e.t. will be the Blancpain Endurance Series 1000km race from Nürburgring, hopefully available on nismo.tv
as advertised. The Blancpain Sprint Series races have been available live on blancpain-gt-series.com
The European Le Mans Series has one race remaining this year, Sunday Oct. 19 from Estoril Portugal, on europeanlemansseries.com
The SCCA World Challenge series has ended for 2014. Their races were available live on world-challengetv.com
As you can see, I'm mostly interested in sports car racing. Maybe others could post about availability of more motorsports on the web, particularly the type of things that used to be seen on Speedvision/Speed.