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No "bad blood" over Racing Point
Verstappen a threat, says Wolff
Racing Point like "copying a test"
FIA to review formation lap radio ru

McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl says there is no "bad blood" with Mercedes despite holding opposing views of the Racing Point brake ducts controversy.

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff believes that his drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are now in a title fight with Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen.

Mattia Binotto has compared Racing Point's role in the Formula 1 brake duct controversy to "copying a test" amid Ferrari's plans to appeal for a harsher sanction.

The FIA is to review the rule that limits radio communication between Formula 1 teams and drivers on the formation lap, and which led to penalties for Haas in Hungary.

Racing Point: Concorde Agreement still needs work

Racing Point Formula 1 chief Otmar Szafnauer says the new Concorde Agreement "still needs some work" before the team can agree to sign.

Haas retired Magnussen for "safety" reasons

The Haas Formula 1 outfit retired the car of Kevin Magnussen from the 70th Anniversary for safety reasons because it was using up its tyres, Guenther Steiner has revealed.

Nissany to get FP1 outing with Williams in Spain

Williams test driver Roy Nissany will make his Formula 1 free practice debut for the team in FP1 for the Spanish Grand Prix, taking over George Russell's car.

Dovizioso: Past set-ups no longer working on Ducati

Andrea Dovizioso says he and Ducati have struggled to adapt to Michelin's new rear tyre because past MotoGP set-up solutions aren't working like they did before.

Morbidelli: First podium because of “big brother” Rossi

Franco Morbidelli says his maiden MotoGP podium in the Czech Grand Prix is “mostly because of” his mentor Valentino Rossi, who he says is “like a big brother” to him.

Supercars clarifies Darwin ticket info after postponements

Supercars has clarified the ticketing information for the Darwin double-header, after both rounds were postponed by a week.

Cassidy: Engine woes behind gap to sister TOM'S car

Nick Cassidy says that engine issues for the #37 car were behind the gap in performance between the two TOM'S Toyotas in last weekend's second SUPER GT round at Fuji Speedway.

Supercars to race on four consecutive weekends

Supercars will race on each of the next four weekends, with the second Darwin leg now locked in for August 22-23.

Full-time backer for Percat

Brad Jones Racing has secured a full-time backer for Nick Percat's car to cover the remainder of the 2020 season.

Pagenaud: Decisions at Indy will need to be quick – and right

Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Simon Pagenaud says the condensed practice schedule for this year’s race leaves far less leeway for experimenting with setups.

33-car entry list for 104th running of Indianapolis 500

IndyCar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have released the entry list for next week’s Indianapolis 500, confirming the last two entries in this three-month delayed edition of the iconic race.

JGR names Christopher Bell as Jones' replacement for 2021

Christopher Bell will move over to Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, replacing Erik Jones.

Da Costa wants title defense to go down to the wire

Antonio Felix da Costa, who won the 2019-20 Formula E title with two rounds to spare, says he wants to take next season’s fight down to the final race as he bids to defend his crown.

Formula 1 “close to finalising” 2021 calendar

Formula 1 boss Chase Carey says he’s close to finalising a 2021 calendar that will look far more like a 'normal' season than the final version of 2020.

Carey: F1 business will bounce back in 2021

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says that COVID-19 has turned the company's business plan "on its head" - but he's adamant that it will be back on track in 2021.

The race to make the Cup playoffs is going down to the wire

Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski seem to be involved in many battles for the win of late in NASCAR, but there’s another battle going down to the wire – the race to make the 16-driver Cup Series playoff field.

Redding relieved to get "tough" Portimao weekend over with

Scott Redding says he is relieved after a “tough” World Superbike Championship weekend at Portimao, having secured a podium at a track that didn’t suit the strengths of the Ducati.

Czech GP review podcast: KTM’s Binder brilliant in Brno

The MotoGP Czech Grand Prix was an historic day for KTM, as rookie Brad Binder took his and the marque’s first premier class victory.

Hulkenberg was Mercedes' next choice after Hamilton for 2013

Nico Hulkenberg was Mercedes' second choice to join the team for the 2013 Formula 1 season had it not signed Lewis Hamilton, Ross Brawn has revealed.

KTM says first MotoGP race win didn't come "by accident"

KTM boss Pit Beirer says the Austrian marque’s debut MotoGP win courtesy of Brad Binder at the Czech Grand Prix “didn’t come by accident”.

70th Anniversary Grand Prix driver ratings

There were no perfect performances on Formula 1's 70th birthday weekend, but three standout drivers came close on 2020's second Silverstone visit

How Verstappen exposed Mercedes' key weakness Prime

How Verstappen exposed Mercedes' key weakness

Employing a contra strategy to Mercedes in qualifying gave Red Bull's Max Verstappen an early edge in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. But the manner of the crushing defeat he inflicted on Mercedes reflected a key weakness in the so far dominant W11

The “copy-paste” deal that’s now helping Bottas to focus Prime

The “copy-paste” deal that’s now helping Bottas to focus

The British Grand Prix tyre failure that dropped Valtteri Bottas from second to scoring no points dealt a major blow to his hopes of beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the 2020 title, but his new contract removes one major distraction…as he demonstrated in qualifying for 70th Anniversary GP at Silverstone.

How an open title fight was defused in just two races Prime

How an open title fight was defused in just two races

It was open season as Formula E returned to action, with the championship contenders all close on points ahead of the six-part Berlin E-Prix. But after just two races, Antonio Felix da Costa's dominance this week has all but defused the title fight…