Motorsports have their share of low moments whether people like them or not - sometimes even the most interesting series out there gets a bad race that probably leaves you feeling disappointed, unless your favorite driver had a good, uninterrupted finish. That being said, what are the worst races you've personally seen? Let's leave out any that you've simply heard of being boring, and stick to those you've watched. Start to finish, preferably. I'm listing mine by series since comparisons between different classes can get tricky... NASCAR: Cup: 2012 Auto Club 400 @ Fontana. Just nothing really happened until past halfway, it was a Kyle show until Tony beat him out of the pits, and to add insult to injury, it got stopped by rain. As an extension, the season in general was pretty uninteresting too, a real letdown compared to the last. Busch: 2003 Winn-Dixie 250 @ Daytona. Jr. leading every lap at a plate track. 'Nuff said. Making it even worse was Michael Waltrip running second almost all race, being like a good dog behind his Cup teammate. Trucks: 2012 Kroger 250 @ Martinsville. Kinda like the race above, except it was Harvick and Dillon up front all the time. What a waste of a race. At least it was kinda hilarious in hindsight how their perfect partnership went down the drain 1.5 years later at the same track. ARCA: Gateway 2001. A bland Kimmel show that then got rained out. That's all there is to it. F1: I wanna say the 2005 US GP, but I was so angry with how it turned out that I didn't really stick around to watch any more of it than I had to - so make it Australia 2004. It was a traumatizing nightmare start to a season for 9-year-old me - Schumi leads all the way, Barrichello is second the entire way, and Kimi has a crap car that also nets him an early retirement while out of the points. Hooray? GP2: Not really a single race I find the worst, but Monaco sprints tend to provide yearly boredom. On a track too narrow to pass on, a no-pitstop race yields nothing to be really excited about. CART: Surfers Paradise 2002 had a big wreck at the start followed by the pace car comfortably leading the most laps in the rain, the 40-or-so-lap race only having 7 green flag laps. In general, 2002 was a terrible season for the series anyway, the new aero package making for parade racing anywhere they went to, not to mention the lack of cars on the grid compared to 2001. IndyCar: Milwaukee 2014. Another example of what kind of aero package not to use. It was incredibly pathetic watching every car drive around the same distance from one another, with no chance of ever closing in and passing someone without brand new tires on. Formula E: Beijing 2014. Yeah, I know, last corner crash that made the series famous... but other than that, action was hard to find anywhere in the race, the track profile was bland as ever, and though I may be a little unfair with this, the abundance of mechanical failures was another annoyance.