If you thought last weekend’s Bathurst, F1 and rugby was too much to contend with, hold onto your seat – this Sunday we’ve got another big day of sport.

Sure, the Korean Formula 1 Grand Prix isn’t the biggest event on the calendar – but you cannot walk away from a sensible hour broadcast of live Formula One.  Mark Webber might finally get some favour from the Red Bull Racing team to push him toward second place in the Championship. Meanwhile, down at Phillip Island, Victoria, the Australian MotoGP is on, with Casey Stoner looking to wrap up the championship on home soil, and fellow Aussie Damian Cudlin on the grid too.

Up in Newcastle, NSW, The Kangaroos take on the Kiwi’s in the Trans-Tasman Rugby League test which is not only going to be a great contest, but is also Darren Lockyer’s last game on Australian soil. Then, across the ditch the Wallabies are playing the All Blacks in the Semi-Finals of the Rugby World Cup.

How will you fit it all in? My suggestion is to get the man-cave setup with a big screen TV for primary viewing, and a laptop or PC with a digital TV adaptor for your secondary viewing. The MotoGP is on ONE HD Sunday afternoon, followed by the F1 at 5pm (if you’re in Sydney or Melbourne).  The Rugby League test coverage starts on Nine at 3.30pm Sunday, with a break for Nine News at 6 before the Rugby World Cup Semi coverage begins at 6.30.

If you love your sport, this Sunday is going to be a cracker – make sure you put dibs on the remote control ASAP or you’ll be stuck with Australia’s Next Top Model and Junior Masterchef. Oh the shame…

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