Fri 28 Dec 2012
Motorsport.com’s 13th top moment is the record holder of Formula One championships who lost his ride at Mercedes and swiftly went back into retirement. Michael Schumacher leaves the premier series with seven world championships.
In 2013, DRS will only be used during races and not during free practice and qualifying. Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen agrees with the FIA.
Playing in Petrov's favour is the desire to have a local driver on the grid when Russia hosts its inaugural grand prix in 2014.
While his hometown may have snow this time of the season, Jeg Coughlin has a smile that could warm up the coldest wintry weather in Ohio.
DAKAR 28/12/2012 02:52
Will Power: self-discipline, control of oneself and one’s conduct and one heck of a racer but for the third consecutive time, he lost out on taking the IndyCar championship. The Team Penske driver thus becomes our 14th top moment.
Joining Henrique Cisneros and Sean Edwards will be Porsche pilots Patrick Pilet and Kuba Giermaziak in the MOMO Porsche 911 GT3.
Thu 27 Dec 2012
Motorsport.com staff selected as the 15th top moment the pull out of Peugeot's prototype contender that was to contest the World Endurance Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Reason given was “economic reasons”!
The Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge GS championship team will field both a Porsche and an Audi next year. First 2013 race will be at Daytona.
X-Raid Team is running six MINIs ALL4 Racing in the 2013 Dakar challenge. Peterhansel, Roma, and Holowczyc are the first-line candidates for the win.
Formula One star and IndyCar racer Rubens Barrichello switches gears to take on Stock Car V8 racing in a Peugeot.
Don Schumacher Racing Funny Car teammates gave it all they could in the season final two events, and at Pomona Jack Beckman took his victory and earned a spot in our 2012 top 20 moments.
F1 27/12/2012 04:46
It appears now that the July date placed on the Formula One 2013 calendar by the FIA has now been decided. Despite the financial trouble, Nurburgring will host the German Grand Prix.
Ferrari president firmly shuts the door on Michael Schumacher's apparent attempt to make a return to the Italian team.
Stefano Domenicali claims that while his Ferrari team plays their cards with an open hand, Red Bull does not.
The 17th spot on Motorsport.com’s top 20 moments goes to the popularity of the GT3 cars by fans, manufacturers and drivers. In just seven seasons the GT3 category has become the biggest and most popular GT racing category in the world.
Five Scottish drivers are in the solid U.K. contingent expected for 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona. Ryan Dalziel and Dario Franchitti are past winners of the challenging race.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. became the only NASCAR Nationwide driver to earn the championship under the new “declare a series rule” and he did it twice! We felt that he definitely deserved a spot in our top 20 moments.
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