As we get closer to the start of summer, the motorsport world is only getting busier and busier as we get into some of the most action-packed weeks of the racing year.

June brings its usual offering of Formula 1 and MotoGP action, but also welcomes some of the most iconic events in all of world motorsport.

Here’s a look at all of the racing action you can enjoy this month.

Isle of Man TT – May 25 to June 7

The most iconic event in all of road racing, the Isle of Man TT got underway at the end of May, only for wet weather to wash out a number of the planned sessions.

At the time of writing, the TT is set to stage its first races on Sunday June 2, with extra qualifying sessions due to take place on Saturday. The RST Superbike race will kick off the racing action on the Isle of Man on Sunday afternoon.

Action is set to run all the way to June 7 as the likes of Michael Dunlop, Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison contend for top honours, with a number of new lap records expected to be set this year.

Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix – June 7-9

With the first European races of the year now complete, Formula 1 ventures across the Atlantic to pay a visit to North America with the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has traditionally been a happy hunting ground for championship leader Lewis Hamilton, who will be looking to add to his six wins at the track this year and to extend his points advantage over Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas.

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel will arrive in Canada hoping to repeat his victory from last year, but with the team struggling to match Mercedes’ pace and without a win so far this season, the odds appear to be stacked against the German driver.

Following Canada, F1 returns to Europe later in June with its first back-to-back of the year. The French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard takes place on June 23, followed by the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg set for June 30.

24 Hours of Le Mans – June 15-16

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is always one of the grandest affairs in motorsport, but this year’s race will have an extra edge as it marks the end of the FIA World Endurance Championship ‘super season’.

Toyota will be bidding to win the endurance classic for a second time following its long-awaited maiden victory last year, with Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima eager to defend their crown against the sister crew of Mike Conway, Jose Maria Lopez and Kamui Kobayashi. Both crews will also being going head-to-head for the WEC drivers’ title, which is yet to be settled.

In GTE-Pro, Ford and BMW will be making their final appearances in the GTE-Pro class after confirming the closure of their programmes at the end of the super season, while Porsche will be hoping for another win after its success last year.

As predictable as much of the WEC season may have been, when it comes to Le Mans, nothing can be certain – something Toyota knows only too well…

Formula E Swiss E-Prix – June 22

Formula E is nearing the conclusion of its season, with the penultimate round taking place in Bern, Switzerland on June 22.

Defending champion Jean-Eric Vergne will arrive in Bern leading the standings by six points, but is being closely tailed by Audi’s Lucas di Grassi following his victory last time out in Berlin.

It will be the final chance for the drivers to make up any ground in the title race prior to the double-header finale in New York in July.

Bern will also be hosting Formula E for the first time later this month after the race moved away from Zurich following its debut in Switzerland last year.

MotoGP Dutch TT – June 30

Much as June is a busy month for Formula 1, so it is for MotoGP with three races taking place, all of which are known for their incredible race atmospheres.

The opener takes place this weekend with the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello, with home favourites Valentino Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso typically set to attract the lion’s share of support.

MotoGP then returns to Spain for the second time this season for the Catalan Grand Prix at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, where championship leader Marc Marquez will be hoping to tap into his home support in a bid to extend his points lead.

Finally, there is the longest-running event in MotoGP – the iconic Dutch TT at Assen – will take place at the end of the month on June 30 as Marquez looks to become the first driver to win the race in consecutive years since Rossi managed the feat in 2004 and 2005.

Also on this month...

- Formula 2 and Formula 3’s seasons will continue in support of Formula 1, with both staging races in support of the French and Austrian Grands Prix.

- IndyCar is showing no signs of slowing down after a busy month of May, with four races scheduled at Detroit (x 2, June 1-2), Texas (June 8) and Road America (June 23).

- The World Rally Championship continues in Portugal (June 2) and Italy (June 16).

- DTM returns at Misano with W Series in support (June 9).

- Forming an exciting – and tiring – back-to-back for endurance racing fans, the Nürburgring 24 will take place on week after the 24 Hours of Le Mans (June 22-23).