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Perez: Team now 'hiding things'
Verstappen shrugs off Hamilton talk
Castroneves to sub for Askew at IMS
Renault worried about windtunnel use

Sergio Perez is disappointed that some people within Racing Point have started to “hide things” since confirmation of his exit from the Formula 1 team at the end of the year.

Max Verstappen has brushed off the idea of Lewis Hamilton joining him at Red Bull, questioning why the world champion would want to switch teams.

Helio Castroneves will stand in for Oliver Askew at Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet in next week’s Harvest Grand Prix double-header after the IndyCar rookie was declared not fit to drive.

Formula 1 teams sharing wind tunnels remains the "elephant in the room" when it comes to stopping outfits being fully independent right now, reckons Renault team boss Cyril Abiteboul.

Hendrick fined $100,000 for Wind Tunnel testing violation

Hendrick Motorsports has been penalized for exceeding 70 hours of Wind Tunnel testing allotted this year.

Bagnaia wants new tear-off rules brought in for MotoGP

Francesco Bagnaia thinks MotoGP should implement new rules on where riders are allowed to deposit visor tear-offs after Pramac teammate Jack Miller's race was ended by one at Misano.

Marquez: I need to stop riding “Moto2 style” in qualifying

Honda’s Alex Marquez says his struggles in extracting speed from the RC213V on fresh soft tyres in qualifying is because he is trying to gain time “in Moto2 style”.

Audi Sport launches dedicated OTT channel with Motorsport.tv
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Audi Sport launches dedicated OTT channel with Motorsport.tv

Leading German manufacturer will bring action from its race teams directly to fans on Motorsport.tv.

Mugello restart crash prompts GPDA letter to FIA

The Grand Prix Drivers' Association has written to Formula 1 race director Michael Masi asking how to improve safety car restarts after the crash in the Tuscan GP.

Crutchlow explains bizarre slip that caused latest injury

Cal Crutchlow has explained the bizarre circumstances of his latest injury misfortune, as he gears up for his first MotoGP race in September this weekend at Barcelona.

DPi drivers expect "wild" IMSA races with LMP3 cars

The arrival of LMP3 cars in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship next season will herald a return to "wild" races with increased potential for accidents and caution periods, believes Filipe Albuquerque.

Giorgio Piola’s incredible career in motorsport
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Giorgio Piola’s incredible career in motorsport

Giorgio Piola is a much-celebrated figure within the Formula 1 paddock, famous for his technical artworks that span over 50 years of the championship's history. Having first attended the 1969 Monaco Grand Prix, Piola continued to document the evolution of F1 car design over the next five decades, and continues to illustrate technical developments today in his own inimitable style.

Grosjean has “options” in FE, WEC if he loses Haas F1 seat

Romain Grosjean says he has “options elsewhere” for 2021 if he were to lose his Haas Formula 1 seat, citing interest in Formula E and the FIA World Endurance Championship.

2020 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix session timings and preview

After a week-long break, Formula 1 returns to action this weekend at Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix. Here's the weekend timetable in all major timezones.

Perez not a "no-brainer" for Haas - Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says taking a fast and well-backed driver like Sergio Perez is not necessarily a "no-brainer" for his team.

Davies: "I deserve better" than satellite Ducati ride

Chaz Davies insists he isn't interested in a satellite Ducati World Superbike ride in 2021, and feels he "deserves better" following his victory in last weekend's Barcelona round.

Alonso willing to help Renault with 'anything needed' in 2020

Fernando Alonso says he is available to assist Renault with “anything they need” on Formula 1 race weekends this year as he steps up preparations for his 2021 return.

Honda makes changes to F1 engine after Verstappen problem

Honda has made changes to the electrics and software of its Formula 1 engines in a bid to avoid a repeat of the problems that hit Max Verstappen at the Tuscan Grand Prix.

F1 drivers warned over backing up and track limits at Sochi

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi has issued warnings to drivers over track limits and backing up in qualifying ahead of this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

Only Stroll will have Racing Point upgrades in Russian GP

Lance Stroll will get exclusive use of Racing Point's latest upgrade in Sochi, after the team ran out of time to get a second version ready for Sergio Perez.

Whitmarsh appointed to Hamilton Commission board

Lewis Hamilton's former McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh has been named as a board member of the Commission he has set up to improve the representation of black people in motorsport.

WEC working on new qualifying format for 2021 season

The FIA World Endurance Championship is planning to introduce a new qualifying format for next season. 

International Bathurst 12 Hour ‘unlikely’ in 2021

The Bathurst 12 Hour is unlikely to happen as an international GT race next year, according to Supercars boss Sean Seamer.

Hyundai pulls out of Nurburgring WTCR round

Hyundai has decided to withdraw its customer teams from this weekend’s World Touring Car Cup event at the Nurburgring Nordschleife.

Will Sebastian Vettel be Aston Martin’s F1 saviour? Prime

Will Sebastian Vettel be Aston Martin’s F1 saviour?

Racing Point's decision to hire Sebastian Vettel for the start of its new era as Aston Martin is intriguing. Lawrence Stroll's team opted to cut the emotional ties to Sergio Perez to sign a multiple world champion, as the next step of a wider long-term strategy…

Why running Le Mans without the fanfare was crucial Prime

Why running Le Mans without the fanfare was crucial

This year's Le Mans 24 Hours was always going to standout in the history books as the one without the fans and the festival atmosphere, but running it in the first place was vital for both the present and the future

Could Mir end Suzuki's 20-year wait in MotoGP? Prime

Could Mir end Suzuki's 20-year wait in MotoGP?

Three podiums from the last four races have propelled Joan Mir into the fight for the most unlikely of MotoGP titles. However, there are other factors that further back up his chances of serving up Suzuki's first premier-class crown since 2000

How Vinales went from 'kitty' to MotoGP 'beast' at Misano

MotoGP's double-headers have produced second acts that are anything but repeats of the first, with Maverick Vinales pulling off the latest seven-day turnaround to go from supporting cast to headline performer in the 2020 title show