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Horner: Ideal time for reverse grids
New IndyCar, hybrid plans set soon
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F1 staff facing new reality

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 will never have a better opportunity to try a reverse-grid format than the double-header events this year, as he urged Mercedes to not block the plan.

President of IndyCar Jay Frye admits that the knock-on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic may shift the planned introduction of the new chassis and the hybrid units, but that Chevrolet and Honda are still planning on introduction of 2.4-liter engines in 2022.

Following Sebastian Vettel’s shock exit from Ferrari and subsequent moves for Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo, attention has shifted to Renault in Formula 1’s 2021 driver market.

Formula 1 team personnel are facing a new reality of strict tests and safety measures on their return to work this week after more than two months of factory shutdowns.

Hamilton calls out industry silence over racial injustice

Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has criticised his Formula 1 peers for “staying silent” amid the ongoing global protests against racial injustice.

Dixon unhappy with stipulated tire stint length in Texas

Ahead of this weekend’s 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season-opener at Texas Motor Speedway, five-time champion Scott Dixon says he wishes the series hadn’t been so radical with the regulation of tire usage.

Toyota donates last F1 car to COVID-19 charity auction

An example of the last Toyota Formula 1 car to race is one of the star items in a COVID-19 online charity auction that has been put together by the FIA.

NASCAR restart has given the sport real confidence, says IMSA boss
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NASCAR restart has given the sport real confidence, says IMSA boss

The United States is the first country where pro-level motor racing has restarted with NASCAR leading the way and the other major series IndyCar and IMSA set to follow in the coming weeks.

Holden, Triple Eight agree to early contract termination

GM Holden and Triple Eight Race Engineering have reached an "amicable agreement" over the early termination of the outgoing carmaker's factory Supercars contract.

IndyCar: New car, hybrid timeline to be set in “next 30 days”

President of IndyCar Jay Frye admits that the knock-on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic may shift the planned introduction of the new chassis and the hybrid units, but that Chevrolet and Honda are still planning on introduction of 2.4-liter engines in 2022.

With recent speed, Bubba Wallace and RPM "knocking on the door"

It wasn’t easy, but Bubba Wallace was finally able to translate the recent increased performance from his Richard Petty Motorsports team into a solid finish.

Dixon unhappy with stipulated tire stint length in Texas

Ahead of this weekend’s 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season-opener at Texas Motor Speedway, five-time champion Scott Dixon says he wishes the series hadn’t been so radical with the regulation of tire usage.

NASCAR restart has given the sport real confidence, says IMSA boss
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NASCAR restart has given the sport real confidence, says IMSA boss

The United States is the first country where pro-level motor racing has restarted with NASCAR leading the way and the other major series IndyCar and IMSA set to follow in the coming weeks.

Italian GP deal extended by an extra year to 2025

The mayor of Monza has revealed that his city’s circuit has extended its deal to host the Italian GP by a year to include the 2025 season.

Podcast: What Jack Miller will bring to Ducati in MotoGP

Ducati will bring in a fresh perspective to its 2021 MotoGP line-up after it signed Jack Miller on a one-year deal last week.

Revised Road To Indy schedule revealed

Both the Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 championships are set to feature 18 rounds each in 2020, according to the heavily revised schedule issued by Andersen Promotions today.

Race of my Life: David Coulthard on the 2000 French GP

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Clint Bowyer: “I’m ready to have fans back ... it’s time”

Since NASCAR’s return to racing, there have been several on-track incidents which likely would have brought crowds to their feet.

Can new rules save F1 as we know it? Prime

Can new rules save F1 as we know it?

A big week of off-track news means Formula 1 will hopefully become dramatically, and positively, different. But what can't yet be known is whether all the current marques will be a part of that future due to damage already done

Indy Lights confirmed as “deferred” until 2021

INDYCAR and Andersen Promotions today announced that Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires competition will be deferred until 2021 following a joint meeting over the weekend to address several variables affecting the 2020 calendar.

Horner: No better time for reverse-grid experiment

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 will never have a better opportunity to try a reverse-grid format than the double-header events this year, as he urged Mercedes to not block the plan.

Rossi: Lockdown has made me more relaxed about retirement

Valentino Rossi admits the coronavirus lockdown of the past two months has given him a more relaxed perspective on retirement as he continues to deliberate his MotoGP future beyond 2020.

Banned: How F1 finally overcame blown floor trickery

The FIA has to constantly adjust the regulations to reign in teams as they find new and interesting ways in which to defeat the spirit of the rules in the quest for better laptimes.

WRC will wait until "last minute" to cancel more rallies

The World Rally Championship has pledged to wait until the last minute before cancelling any of its remaining rallies, and remains confident of hosting at least four more events before the end of the year.

F1 staff face new reality as factories reopen

Formula 1 team personnel are facing a new reality of strict tests and safety measures on their return to work this week after more than two months of factory shutdowns.

Aprilia sets dates for testing return at Misano

The Aprilia MotoGP squad will resume testing for the first time since the coronavirus-induced shutdown took hold at Misano next weekend.

Toyota donates last F1 car to COVID-19 charity auction

An example of the last Toyota Formula 1 car to race is one of the star items in a COVID-19 online charity auction that has been put together by the FIA.

Who could replace Ricciardo at Renault?

Following Sebastian Vettel’s shock exit from Ferrari and subsequent moves for Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo, attention has shifted to Renault in Formula 1’s 2021 driver market.