Merc baffled by RBR's wing choice
How Russell avoided Hungary penalty
What happens with no cars on grid?
Williams F1 team releases Ticktum
Mercedes baffled by Red Bull's 'odd' F1 wing choice Hungarian GP
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Mercedes says it was slightly baffled by Red Bull’s ‘odd’ decision not to use its maximum downforce wing at Formula 1’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

How queue-jumping Russell avoided an F1 penalty in Hungary Hungarian GP
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Formula 1’s top stars know that if they no longer go for a gap that exists, they are no longer a racing driver. So when George Russell saw a big gap at the pit lane exit ahead of the restart at the Hungarian Grand Prix, he went for it.

How would F1 have dealt with no cars on the grid? Hungarian GP
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The resumption of the red-flagged Hungarian Grand Prix delivered one of the most bizarre race starts in Formula 1 history.

Williams has parted company with Formula 1 development driver and young driver programme member Dan Ticktum.

Why unseen Hungary heroics could be Latifi's making Prime

Why unseen Hungary heroics could be Latifi's making

The chaotic start to the Hungarian GP set the scene for F1's less heralded drivers to make a name for themselves. Esteban Ocon did just that to win in fine style, but further down the order one driver was making his first visit to the points and - while the circumstances were fortunate - took full advantage of the chance presented to him

The "heart-breaking" call that led to Ocon's Hungarian GP triumph Prime

The "heart-breaking" call that led to Ocon's Hungarian GP triumph

Set to restart the red-flagged Hungarian Grand Prix in second, Esteban Ocon had some doubts when he peeled into the pits to swap his intermediate tyres for slicks. But this "heart-breaking" call was vindicated in spectacular fashion as the Alpine driver staved off race-long pressure from Sebastian Vettel for a memorable maiden Formula 1 victory

Formula 1
Aug 2, 2021
Why Suzuki desperately needs to find Brivio's MotoGP replacement Prime

Why Suzuki desperately needs to find Brivio's MotoGP replacement

OPINION: While Shinichi Sahara insists that Suzuki does not need a team manager following the departure of Davide Brivio, the team's performance in the early part of the 2021 MotoGP season and the sentiment of the staff suggests the opposite

MotoGP
Aug 3, 2021
Brawn defends Alonso's "tough" defensive F1 moves on Hamilton Hungarian GP
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Brawn defends Alonso's "tough" defensive F1 moves on Hamilton

Ross Brawn believes that Fernando Alonso’s “tough” defensive moves in Hungary were fair despite sparking an in-race complaint from Lewis Hamilton, making for a “brilliant” Formula 1 battle.

Williams releases Ticktum from F1 junior programme

Williams has parted company with Formula 1 development driver and young driver programme member Dan Ticktum.

Winkelhock set to make DTM return at the Nurburgring

One-time Formula 1 starter Markus Winkelhock is set to make a surprise return to the DTM this month according to Motorsport.com's sister title Motorsport-Total.com.

Redding says Most track not up to WSBK safety standards

Ducati World Superbike rider Scott Redding has voiced safety concerns ahead of the championship's first visit to Autodrom Most this weekend.

Brabham Automotive joins European GT2 Series

Brabham Automotive will enter the Fanatec GT2 European Series with its new Brabham BT62 GT2 Concept.

Mercedes baffled by Red Bull's 'odd' F1 wing choice Hungarian GP
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Mercedes baffled by Red Bull's 'odd' F1 wing choice

Mercedes says it was slightly baffled by Red Bull’s ‘odd’ decision not to use its maximum downforce wing at Formula 1’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

How queue-jumping Russell avoided an F1 penalty in Hungary Hungarian GP
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How queue-jumping Russell avoided an F1 penalty in Hungary

Formula 1’s top stars know that if they no longer go for a gap that exists, they are no longer a racing driver. So when George Russell saw a big gap at the pit lane exit ahead of the restart at the Hungarian Grand Prix, he went for it.

New Zealand legend Graham McRae dies

Kiwi racing legend Graham McRae has passed away aged 81.

IndyCar testing could complicate McLaughlin's Bathurst 1000 return

Team Penske's off-season IndyCar testing schedule could still complicate Scott McLaughlin's planned return to Australia for this year's Bathurst 1000.

Huis wins second Formula Pro Series race

Bono Huis won in dominant fashion at Silverstone for the second round of the Formula Pro Series, but only after overcoming early leader Jeffrey Rietveld.

NASCAR returns to indoor mask mandate at Watkins Glen

With rising COVID-19 cases across the country, NASCAR will reinstitute a limited mask policy for those who work at the track.

Raikkonen's F1 pitlane clash with Mazepin caused by traffic light issue Hungarian GP
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Raikkonen's F1 pitlane clash with Mazepin caused by traffic light issue

Kimi Raikkonen's clash with Nikita Mazepin in the pit lane during Sunday's Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix was caused by an issue with the Alfa Romeo's traffic light system.

How would F1 have dealt with no cars on the grid? Hungarian GP
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How would F1 have dealt with no cars on the grid?

The resumption of the red-flagged Hungarian Grand Prix delivered one of the most bizarre race starts in Formula 1 history.

Leclerc: Stroll's Hungarian GP F1 start move "unrealistic" Hungarian GP
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Leclerc: Stroll's Hungarian GP F1 start move "unrealistic"

Charles Leclerc believes Lance Stroll was “unrealistic” in his Hungary Formula 1 move that caused their race-ending accident at Turn 1, feeling it was “not really a small mistake”.

Masi explains why F1 drivers landed T-shirt reprimands Hungarian GP
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Masi explains why F1 drivers landed T-shirt reprimands

FIA race director Michael Masi has clarified why four Formula 1 drivers received reprimands for wearing T-shirts during the national anthem ceremony before the Hungarian GP.

Honda to check if Verstappen's cracked F1 engine can be repaired
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Honda to check if Verstappen's cracked F1 engine can be repaired

Honda will inspect further Max Verstappen's cracked Formula 1 power unit that needed replacing at the Hungarian Grand Prix to see if there is any chance it can be repaired.

What road cars did F1’s stars drive to the Hungarian GP?

Did you know that Fernando Alonso is driving a French minivan, while Carlos Sainz pilots a Ferrari SF90 Stradale?

How to become a Head of Communications in F1 – Qualifications, skills & more

We spoke to Haas F1 Team's Stuart Morrison to find out what a Head of Communications does, how to become one, and what skills you need for the job.

Suarez will race both in Nashville and Watkins Glen this weekend

Before the NASCAR Cup Series schedule resumes this Sunday at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International, Daniel Suárez is taking an important detour.

Trackhouse confirms Ross Chastain for 2022 NASCAR Cup season Watkins Glen
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Trackhouse confirms Ross Chastain for 2022 NASCAR Cup season

Trackhouse Racing has confirmed that along with their purchase of Chip Ganassi Racing, they will retain driver Ross Chastain.

Hungarian Grand Prix driver ratings

This was race that showcased the best and worst of Formula 1, producing a first time winner and a memorable comeback to a podium finish. Avoiding trouble at the start and astute strategy calls were key to success, but where some drivers took full advantage, others made key errors that cost them dearly

The F1 champion who became an Indy king in his second career Prime

The F1 champion who became an Indy king in his second career

Emerson Fittipaldi’s decision to go racing with his brother led to him falling out of F1, but he bloomed again on the IndyCar scene. NIGEL ROEBUCK considers a career of two halves

Why Mercedes is pleased to be in the Hungary hunt at a 'Red Bull track'

Mercedes ended Friday practice at the Hungaroring with a clear gap to Red Bull thanks to Valtteri Bottas’s pace in topping FP2. But there are other reasons why the Black Arrows squad feels satisfied with its progress so far at a track many Formula 1 observers reckon favours Red Bull overall...

How Red Bull endured its second car crash in two weeks Prime

How Red Bull endured its second car crash in two weeks

OPINION: Red Bull was justified to be upset that Lewis Hamilton survived his British GP clash with Max Verstappen and went on to win. But its attempts to lobby the FIA to reconsider the severity of Hamilton's in-race penalty were always likely to backfire, and have only succeeded in creating a PR disaster that will distract from its on-track efforts