Hamilton should join RBR - Jordan
F1 doesn’t need tyre drama - Symonds
Toyota claims Le Mans 24h hat-trick
Nurburgring to sell 20,000 tickets

Lewis Hamilton should join Red Bull and help form a super team alongside Max Verstappen, reckons former Formula 1 team boss Eddie Jordan.

Formula 1 chief technical officer Pat Symonds backs the FIA’s move to cut downforce in 2021 – and says the sport doesn’t need drama created by tyre failures.

Toyota Gazoo Racing completed a hat-trick of Le Mans 24 Hours wins as Kazuki Nakajima, Sebastien Buemi and Brendon Hartley piloted the #8 Toyota TS050 Hybrid to a third consecutive victory on the car’s swansong outing at La Sarthe.

The Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring is set to take place in front of 20,000 fans, with race organisers having been granted permission to open the doors to spectators.

Bagnaia adamant that crash from lead was caused by debris

Francesco Bagnaia thinks his crash out of a commanding MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix lead was caused by a visor tearoff or “something dirty on track”.

Toyota "running out of words" to console unlucky #7 Le Mans crew

Toyota’s LMP1 team says it is “running out of words” to console its #7 crew after another near-miss at the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours.

Misano MotoGP: Vinales becomes sixth different winner of 2020

Maverick Vinales took first win of the 2020 MotoGP season after a late crash for long-time leader Francesco Bagnaia gifted the Yamaha rider victory in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Quartararo didn't get track limits warning before penalty

Fabio Quartararo says he wasn’t shown a track limits warning from Race Direction during the MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix before he was handed a long lap penalty.

Thruxton BTCC: Josh Cook wins finale in BTC Honda

Josh Cook led all the way from reversed-grid pole position to claim his first British Touring Car Championship win of the season at Thruxton.

Cole Custer: "We can hold our head high" despite playoff exit

Cole Custer’s rookie run in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs came to a quick end at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

Albon avoids media speculation on his Red Bull F1 future

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 driver Alexander Albon says he avoids reading the media because he doesn’t want to be distracted by speculation over his future with the team.

Thruxton BTCC: Ingram fends off Cammish for second win

Toyota ace Tom Ingram made it two wins from two in the British Touring Car Championship round at Thruxton.

Senna: P2 for Rebellion an "incredible achievement"

Bruno Senna has described Rebellion Racing's second-place finish in the Le Mans 24 Hours as an "amazing achievement", hailing a relatively trouble-free run for the LMP1 privateer team.

Latvia WRX: Ekstrom beats Kristoffersson to close points gap

In a battle between two multi-discipline experts, Mattias Ekstrom came out on top to win the second instalment of World Rallycross’ Latvian double-header, his second win of the campaign.

Conway “gutted” over #7 Toyota’s latest Le Mans agony

Toyota’s Mike Conway admits he’s “gutted” to miss out on Le Mans 24 Hours victory once again with his #7 teammates, who lost the lead of the race due to a turbo problem just after half distance that ultimately restricted it to a third-placed finish.

Barcelona WSBK: Ducati's Davies claims first victory of 2020

Ducati rider Chaz Davies became the seventh different rider to win a World Superbike race in the 2020 season after taking top honours in the final encounter of the weekend in Barcelona.

Buemi feared "everything was lost" before Le Mans win

Toyota driver Sebastien Buemi admits he feared "everything was lost" for the #8 crew that ultimately came through for a third consecutive Le Mans 24 Hours victory following the car's early troubles.

Turkey WRC: Evans takes dramatic win, points lead

Toyota driver Elfyn Evans won Rally Turkey and soared back to the top of the WRC drivers’ standings after a day of high drama.

Nurburgring DTM: Muller bounces back to win Race 2

Nico Muller eased to his fifth DTM victory of the 2020 season at the Nurburgring on Sunday, beating title rivals Robin Frijns and Rene Rast to extend his lead in the drivers’ standings.

Thruxton BTCC: Ingram holds off Cammish for first 2020 win

Tom Ingram and Toyota took their first victory of the BTCC season in the opening race of the triple-header at Thruxton. 

Misano Moto2: Bastianini wins red-flagged race

MotoGP-bound Enea Bastianini won a shortened Moto2 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix to close in on the world championship lead after points leader Luca Marini was fourth.

Misano Moto3: Fenati delivers first win for Husqvarna

Romano Fenati snatched his first Moto3 win in a year in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at the scene of the controversial Moto2 incident which stalled his career in 2018.

Barcelona WSBK: Van der Mark wins, Bautista crashes out

Michael van der Mark scored his maiden win of the 2020 World Superbike season in the Superpole race in Barcelona after Honda rider Alvara Bautista crashed out from the lead.

Le Mans 24, H20: Rebellion issues put Toyota well clear

Toyota remains in control of the 88th running of the Le Mans 24 Hours with four hours remaining, with the #8 crew boasting a four-lap advantage at the head of the field.

How F1 cars left Mugello with its own Eau Rouge paradox Prime

How F1 cars left Mugello with its own Eau Rouge paradox

Formula 1's maiden race at Mugello had it all: thrills, spills and a battle of wills. Although the circuit tested the drivers physically, the modern-era F1 machinery rather took some of the sting out of the circuit's tail

The bust and boom that will start Ferrari's second F1 millennium Prime

The bust and boom that will start Ferrari's second F1 millennium

Ferrari celebrated its Formula 1 history at the Tuscan Grand Prix, but its current car isn't going to add any more major achievements to that story. However, there is more than one reason why the future beyond the immediate looks good for the Scuderia.

The other factor that helped make the Tuscan GP exciting Prime

The other factor that helped make the Tuscan GP exciting

With the many incidents dominating the headlines after Formula 1's first visit to Mugello, the quality of racing in-between was largely overlooked. As our technical expert Tim Wright explains, a key circuit trait had a major role to play

How a ‘butt-kicking’ helped shape MotoGP’s newest winner Prime

How a ‘butt-kicking’ helped shape MotoGP’s newest winner

It's not been the easiest of routes to the top for Franco Morbidelli, but as the San Marino GP winner tells Motorsport.com, his pasting by Fabio Quartararo in 2019 and loss of factory Yamaha support has been vital in shaping Italy's next big MotoGP hope