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Tue 21 Apr 2015
The FG X’s secret key to beating Triple EightHeadline

The FG X’s secret key to beating Triple Eight

The new FG X Falcon V8 Supercar is fast, sure, but it’s not quite a regular Triple Eight beater just yet. Australian Editor Andrew van Leeuwen looks at what may be the missing ingredient.

Mon 20 Apr 2015
Harry Tincknell: Nissan's LMP1 is going to surprise peopleHeadline

Harry Tincknell: Nissan's LMP1 is going to surprise people

In his second column for Motorsport.com, Harry Tincknell has been testing Nissan's radical LMP1 and getting his elbows out in the European Le Mans Series at Silverstone.

Moran Jr. tipped Daly for Long Beach startHeadline

Moran Jr. tipped Daly for Long Beach start

Motorsport.com spoke to Conor Daly about his whirlwind weekend in Long Beach, when he arrived expecting to drive the two seater, and ended it with the second-best Honda lap of the race.

Horner: Bahrain charge will boost KvyatHeadline

Horner: Bahrain charge will boost Kvyat

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says that Daniil Kvyat's drive from 17th to ninth place in Bahrain will serve as a big confidence boost for the under-pressure Russian.

Huff fears he'll need new car after Marrakech crashHeadline

Huff fears he'll need new car after Marrakech crash

Rob Huff fears that Lada will be forced to build a new car after his Vesta was heavily damaged in the second World Touring Car Championship at Marrakech in an incident with teammate Mikhail Kozlovskiy.

Vettel focused on pressuring Mercedes, not fifth titleHeadline

Vettel focused on pressuring Mercedes, not fifth title

Sebastian Vettel insists that he's not thinking about a championship challenge – and is focusing instead on short-term efforts to make Ferrari more competitive and push Mercedes harder.

BMR says it is the equal of BTCC works teamsHeadline

BMR says it is the equal of BTCC works teams

Team BMR boss Warren Scott says his outfit can now be considered equal to any other in the BTCC after securing its first wins of the season at Donington Park.

Ferrari doesn't want Raikkonen Headline

Ferrari doesn't want Raikkonen "to fall asleep"

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene is not in a hurry to extend Kimi Raikkonen's contract, and has made it clear that he sees that as source of motivation for the Finn.