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Thu 28 May 2015
Mexico: No complacency despite sell-out F1 returnHeadline

Mexico: No complacency despite sell-out F1 return

Mexican Grand Prix chiefs insist that a sell-out crowd for this year's Formula 1 race will not allow them to believe their job is done in securing the event's long-term future.

Rossi not distracted by MotoGP points leadHeadline

Rossi not distracted by MotoGP points lead

Valentino Rossi says he will approach this weekend’s MotoGP race at Mugello aiming to win as normal, rather than thinking about protecting his championship lead.

Can Ducati end its losing streak at Mugello?Headline

Can Ducati end its losing streak at Mugello?

It’s been almost five years since a Ducati rider last won a MotoGP race – Jamie Klein asks whether the losing streak may be about to end this weekend at Mugello.

Bird aiming to fly in LMP2 battle at Le MansHeadline

Bird aiming to fly in LMP2 battle at Le Mans

Sam Bird told Sam Smith that he believes that he and his G-Drive Racing teammates have a good chance of LMP2 glory in his second Le Mans 24 Hours next month.

Nissan to run retro Group C livery at Le MansHeadline

Nissan to run retro Group C livery at Le Mans

Nissan will commemorate the 25th anniversary of its 1990 Le Mans 24 Hours pole position by running a special retro livery on one of its three GT-R LM NISMO cars at La Sarthe.

Magnussen unconcerned by Vandoorne's GP2 formHeadline

Magnussen unconcerned by Vandoorne's GP2 form

Kevin Magnussen insists he is not worried about McLaren junior Stoffel Vandoorne's impressive form in GP2 as he strives to get back into a race seat with the Woking-based team.

Catsburg replaces Kozlovskiy at LadaHeadline

Catsburg replaces Kozlovskiy at Lada

Dutch sports car specialist Nick Catsburg has become the latest driver to be involved in Lada's surprise round of in-year WTCC driver changes.

Analysis: A V6 engine won’t be the death of V8 SupercarsHeadline

Analysis: A V6 engine won’t be the death of V8 Supercars

The news that V8 Supercars is developing its own V6 engine has some die-hard fans worried about the future. But as Andrew van Leeuwen writes, the sport is actually looking as future-proof as ever.

Wed 27 May 2015