Ferrari: Cost cap breach worth 0.5s
Alpine reliability "unacceptable"
Magnussen: FIA call "over the top"
Red Bull: Perez is over rough patch

Ferrari says the FIA needs to take Formula 1 cost cap breaches seriously because even a minor overspend could be worth as much as 0.5 seconds per lap.

Fernando Alonso says Alpine's reliability level this year has been "really unacceptable" after yet another retirement in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix.

Kevin Magnussen thinks the FIA went "way over the top" in showing him a black-and-orange flag for a loose wing endplate in Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix.

Red Bull hopes that Sergio Perez’s triumph in Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix delivers a confidence boost that helps get him out of a self-proclaimed ‘rough patch’.

The two key contributors to Leclerc's defeat to Perez in Singapore Prime

The two key contributors to Leclerc's defeat to Perez in Singapore

In a marathon Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, Sergio Perez’s victory was only assured hours after the race due to a stewards investigation. Throughout the contest the Red Bull driver impressively held off Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc in changing conditions to see the Mexican pull out enough of an advantage to negate his post-race penalty

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The signs the old Marquez is really back to trouble his MotoGP rivals Prime

The signs the old Marquez is really back to trouble his MotoGP rivals

OPINION: Marc Marquez has completed the first three races of his MotoGP comeback from a fourth major operation on his right arm and has already achieved more points than Honda scored in his absence. While there is still some way to go before he is ready to win races, there have been plenty of signs to suggest that the old Marquez really is back

How Rally New Zealand encapsulated record-breaking Rovanpera’s WRC title charge Prime

How Rally New Zealand encapsulated record-breaking Rovanpera’s WRC title charge

Kalle Rovanpera’s coronation as the new World Rally Championship king had been a long time coming, only to be postponed by hiccups in Belgium and Greece. But at Rally New Zealand the “Full Send” Finn demonstrated exactly how he's been able to rewrite the rallying record book as he stormed to victory to become the youngest ever world champion

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Buemi leaves Nissan for Envision in Formula E for 2022-23

Sebastien Buemi has signed a deal to join the Envision Formula E team for 2022-23, formalising his departure from the Nissan e.dams squad after eight years there.

Razgatlioglu: Better to be like Rea than MotoGP also-ran

Toprak Razgatlioglu insists it would be better to stay in World Superbike and emulate six-time champion Jonathan Rea than becoming a midfield rider in MotoGP.

Saudi GP chiefs meet F1 teams and drivers over security

Saudi Arabian Formula 1 chiefs have met privately with all teams and drivers to offer reassurances about security in Jeddah following the events that marred this year's race.

Vila Real eyeing slot on German-centric 2023 DTM calendar

Portuguese street circuit Vila Real is pushing for a slot on a heavily-revised 2023 DTM calendar, which could feature just one event outside of German-speaking countries.

Prodrive ace Nani Roma to miss Dakar 2023 after cancer recovery

Two-time Dakar Rally champion Nani Roma will miss the 2023 edition of the marathon as he gets back up to speed after recovering from bladder cancer.

Yamamoto "just wants to win" after Autopolis frustration

Honda's Naoki Yamamoto says he "just wants to win" next month's SUPER GT season finale after he and Tadasuke Makino barely kept their title hopes alive with a "frustrating" run to second last weekend at Autopolis.

Pink Dunlops return for the Bathurst 1000

The pink Dunlop tyres will return for the 2022 Bathurst 1000 as part of the brand's work with the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Dick Johnson to be first new Mustang driver

Supercars legend Dick Johnson will be the first person to drive the seventh-generation Ford Mustang when he drives the Supercars-spec car on Thursday.

Tokyo signs agreement to host 2024 Formula E race

Formula E looks set to achieve its long-held ambition of holding a race in Japan after reaching a preliminary deal for an E-Prix to be held in Tokyo in 2024.

Van Gisbergen keen for more rallies after WRC2 podium

Shane van Gisbergen is keen to do more rallying but isn’t planning a career change following a remarkable run to a class podium on his World Rally Championship debut at Rally New Zealand.

Number switch for De Pasquale’s Bathurst Mustang

Anton De Pasquale and Tony D’Alberto will race this year’s Bathurst 1000 under a different number unveiled at Mount Panorama today.

Lexus PLM winners celebrate, teammates rue DNF that “stinks”

Lexus GTD Pro drivers Jack Hawksworth, Ben Barnicoat and Kyle Kirkwood were able to help the brand celebrate its first IMSA endurance win, but their colleagues were left licking their wounds after being taken off course in a shunt.

Blomqvist reveals key to MSR Acura’s Petit Le Mans win

Tom Blomqvist says that fuel saving in the penultimate stint of Petit Le Mans is what enabled the Meyer Shank Racing team clinch race victory and IMSA’s 2022 Prototype championship at Road Atlanta.

Leclerc sees final F1 races as Ferrari strategy testbed

Charles Leclerc wants Ferrari to use the final races of the Formula 1 season as a testbed for nailing its strategy execution.

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Chase Elliott's first 2022 playoff win is a timely one

Chase Elliott’s first playoff victory of the 2022 season may have been the most difficult to obtain but it couldn’t have come at a better time.

Upset Gasly says AlphaTauri "threw away" F1 Singapore GP

Pierre Gasly has hit out at his AlphaTauri team for throwing away a decent points haul in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix with a bad strategy call.

McLaren: Singapore F1 swing showcases "open battle" for P4 with Alpine

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says the team isn't getting carried away by jumping Alpine in the standings after Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix, as the recent points swings show the fight for fourth remains an "open battle".

Russell: Mercedes F1 "had to try something" with slick tyre gamble

George Russell says Mercedes "had to try something" with his his unsuccessful gamble to switch from intermediate to slick tyres during Formula 1's wet-dry Singapore GP.

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 first drive review: Detroit’s Ferrari

The 2023 Z06 is arguably the best Chevrolet Corvette ever, and it got there by being more like a decade-old Ferrari.

WRT to make BMW GT3 switch, MotoGP legend Rossi among those testing

The Belgian WRT team has confirmed the switch to BMW for its 2023 GT3 programmes as it began testing with a roster of drivers including MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi.

Singapore Grand Prix Driver Ratings 2022

A testing return to the Singapore Grand Prix in tricky conditions created plenty of hazards and mistakes for the Formula 1 drivers to fall into. That partly explains a number of low scores, including from a handful of high profile runners, allowing others to take a starring role under the floodlights

Why is Oscar Piastri F1's most sought-after rookie? Prime

Why is Oscar Piastri F1's most sought-after rookie?

The Australian rising star is fast, consistent, confident, adaptable and has shown excellent racecraft, but there’s already a taint to his reputation. That hasn’t stopped him becoming the hottest property in this year’s F1 driver market and why McLaren moved fast to snap up the 21-year-old

The unintended benefit that F1's new engine rules era will deliver Prime

The unintended benefit that F1's new engine rules era will deliver

Formula 1's incoming engine rules shake-up has multiple targets. But it may also solve what has been a bone of contention since the hybrids arrived in 2014. The new plan will allow the series to pump up the volume

How de Vries made himself impossible to ignore for a belated F1 chance Prime

How de Vries made himself impossible to ignore for a belated F1 chance

Nyck de Vries appeared to have missed his opportunity to break into Formula 1 as he was passed over for more exciting talents who have now become frontrunners and title fighters. But after catching the eye outside of the F1 sphere, before his stunning impromptu grand prix debut in Italy, will it lead to a delayed full-time race seat?