Red Bull's 2019 F1 spending revealed
Perez makes "progress' in 2021 talks
FerrarI on young driver logjam
Why Bagnaia is the right choice

Red Bull Racing’s spending fell slightly in 2019 compared to the previous year, but the Formula 1 team still faces a difficult task in scaling back to meet the FIA budget cap that will be imposed in 2021.

Sergio Perez says there has been some progress in resolving his Formula 1 future, but remains in no rush to finalise a deal for the 2021 season.

Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies insists that planning the Formula 1 futures of the Italian team’s talented young proteges is “not a headache."

How Bagnaia can do what his mentor couldn't at Ducati Prime

Ducati has now confirmed its works line-up for the 2021 MotoGP season, with Francesco Bagnaia handed a step up to the factory team. With his progress in 2020, Bagnaia has shown he is capable of doing what his great mentor couldn't...

Loeb joins Prodrive-run Bahrain team for Dakar return

Nine-time World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb will return to the Dakar Rally in 2021 after signing a deal with the Prodrive-run Bahrain Raid Xtreme team.

“Business limitations” keep Honda out of NASCAR for now

Honda Performance Development president Ted Klaus suggests that more technical commonality at U.S. motorsport’s pinnacle would encourage manufacturers to diversify.

Ricciardo confident Renault can be strong everywhere now

Daniel Ricciardo is confident that his Renault Formula 1 team can be competitive at every type of upcoming venue following a recent run of good results.

Espargaro “not really enjoying” riding Aprilia in 2020

Aleix Espargaro admits he is “not really enjoying” riding his Aprilia MotoGP bike right now as he is “fighting for very bad positions”. 

Schumacher, Ilott and Shwartzman enjoy Ferrari F1 tests

Mick Schumacher, Callum Ilott and Robert Shwartzman enjoyed an “unforgettable” Ferrari Formula 1 test on Wednesday at Fiorano, stepping up preparations ahead of their grand prix weekend debuts.

IndyCar’s Harvest GP double-header preview – facts, schedule

All you need to know ahead of the 12th and 13th rounds of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series – the Harvest Grand Prix presented by GMR on Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course.

IndyCar, NASCAR to team up again in 2021 at IMS Road Course

IndyCar and NASCAR will once again combine for a doubleheader race weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next season but with an added twist.

Special “Drive Pink” livery for Andretti in Harvest GP

AutoNation will become primary sponsor of Marco Andretti’s #98 entry this week for the Harvest Grand Prix double-header to mark its Breast Cancer Awareness campaign.

Hyundai takes covers off new Elantra N TCR car

Hyundai has officially unveiled its latest challenger for TCR-spec touring car racing, the Elantra N TCR joining its existing i30 N and Veloster N models.

Ferrari planning further SF1000 car updates at Nurburgring

Ferrari is set to bring further updates for its SF1000 Formula 1 car to the Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring next weekend.

Mercedes must not give stewards "even a sniff" of penalties

Lewis Hamilton says he and Mercedes must “cover ourselves” to ensure the Formula 1 stewards do not have “even a sniff” to sanction them after his Russia penalties.

Solberg to make Italy WRC return with Pirelli test car

Former World Rally champion Petter Solberg believes his chance to compete on the Power Stage of next month’s Rally Italy is the perfect litmus test for Pirelli’s new gravel tyres.

Bagnaia joins works Ducati team, Zarco makes Pramac switch

Ducati has announced it has chosen Francesco Bagnaia to replace the outgoing Andrea Dovizioso for the 2021 MotoGP season, while Johann Zarco steps up to Pramac as a works rider. 

Bahrain not expecting outer loop to replace normal GP layout
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Bahrain not expecting outer loop to replace normal GP layout

The Bahrain International Circuit does not anticipate the outer loop layout to become its regular Formula 1 grand prix track following its planned debut in December.

United Autosports targeting Bathurst, Spa 24 Hours entry

Le Mans 24 Hours class winner United Autosports is targeting an Intercontinental GT Challenge campaign in 2022 as part of its latest expansion.

New safety car rule for Bathurst 1000

Supercars has tweaked its safety car regulations for next month's Bathurst 1000, with lapped cars able to get a lap back during cautions.

Proposed 2021 Cup schedule features road racing, new venues

The much-anticipated 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule features a vastly different regular season schedule but a familiar playoff structure.

O'Keeffe beats Bathurst quarantine deadline

Dylan O'Keeffe has made it back to Australia in time to serve his two weeks hotel quarantine and be free to partner Andre Heimgartner for the Bathurst 1000.

Chad Knaus stepping off pit box and into leadership role
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Chad Knaus stepping off pit box and into leadership role

Chad Knaus, one of the most successful crew chiefs in NASCAR history, is stepping off the pit box and will move into the role of vice president of competition at Hendrick Motorsports.

Dixon: 2020 IndyCar title would “mean the most”

Five-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, who leads the 2020 championship with three rounds to go, says that each one becomes more significant.

The epic sophomore showdown brewing in the MotoGP title race Prime

The epic sophomore showdown brewing in the MotoGP title race

Formerly teammates in Moto3, Fabio Quartararo and Joan Mir are emerging as the most likely protagonists in the 2020 MotoGP title race. Both second-year riders are playing down their chances, but with Marc Marquez still sidelined, the way is clear...

The Sochi tech tweaks amid the midfield arms race Prime

The Sochi tech tweaks amid the midfield arms race

The intensity of Formula 1's midfield battle shows no signs of abating, with each team in the fight developing their 2020 machinery to find an advantage. With Sochi proving a more familiar venue than Mugello, it was the perfect venue for a technical tussle

Was Hamilton's Sochi defeat inevitable even without penalties?

As the Russian GP headlines focused on Lewis Hamilton's two practice start penalties, Valtteri Bottas ran almost unchallenged to a much-needed win for his title hopes. But a crucial advantage from qualifying might have resulted in the same outcome anyway.

Why MotoGP’s ageing rock star isn’t just clinging to the limelight Prime

Why MotoGP’s ageing rock star isn’t just clinging to the limelight

Valentino Rossi remains a MotoGP superstar and while his skill and motivation cannot be questioned, the long-awaited announcement of his Petronas SRT move has presented a new reality for the nine-time world champion.