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Pirelli concludes Silverstone probe
Ricciardo to discuss Grosjean moves
Indy 500 to run without fans
Pirelli says softer tyres not a risk

Pirelli has concluded the British Grand Prix tyre failures resulted from the unusually long stints that were run on the hard compound during the race.

Daniel Ricciardo will raise Romain Grosjean's aggressive defensive moves during the British Grand Prix at the next Formula 1 drivers' briefing on Friday.

For the first time in history, the Indianapolis 500 will be held behind closed doors, as the COVID-19 pandemic trends deteriorate in Marion County and across Indiana.

Pirelli Formula 1 boss Mario Isola has downplayed fears about the move to softer tyre compounds for the 70th Anniversary GP at Silverstone following the failures in last weekend’s British GP.

Mahindra team principal Gill tests positive for COVID

Mahindra Racing CEO and team principal Dilbagh Gill has tested positive for COVID-19 and is set to miss all six races of the 2019-20 Formula E season finale.

Only "glimpses" of Racing Point's potential seen so far

Racing Point's technical director Andy Green says the Silverstone-based outfit has only been able to show “glimpses” of the RP20's true form, as it tries to unlock the full potential of its 2020 Formula 1 car.

F1's penalty system "not working right" - Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says F1's penalty system "is not working right" after Alex Albon received a five-second sanction for his collision with Kevin Magnussen in the British GP.

Ferrari changes allow Binotto to step back from tech role

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the recent restructuring at Maranello has allowed him to step back from his involvement in the technical department.

F1 reveals format for two-day Imola grand prix

Formula 1 has announced that teams will only have one 90-minute practice to prepare for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix at Imola as part of the event's condensed timetable.

Bradl to replace injured Marquez at Brno MotoGP

Honda has confirmed Marc Marquez will miss this weekend’s Czech Grand Prix following a second surgery on his broken arm, with HRC test rider Stefan Bradl to step in.

Bautista: Honda needs new parts to escape slump

Alvaro Bautista has admitted that the Honda World Superbike team is nearing the limit of the performance it can achieve without new parts to resolve the all-new Fireblade's turning woes.

Darwin Supercars travel pushed back again

A charter flight to Darwin for Supercars personnel has been pushed back 24 hours for the second time in as many days.

Ford Australia appoints new boss

Andrew Birkic has replaced Kay Hart as the CEO of Ford Australia and New Zealand.

Bell relieved by Road America win after “crazy” final lap

Townsend Bell says it was a relief to add to the Lexus RC F’s win tally after a final lap in which he lost and then regained the lead of the GT Daytona class in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

Marc Marquez to miss Brno MotoGP race after more surgery

Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will miss this weekend’s Czech Grand Prix at Brno after undergoing a second bout of surgery on his broken right arm on Monday.

Supercars champion could be crowned at Bathurst

Supercars will have ticked all of the boxes required to crown an Australian Touring Car Champion even if the 2020 season ends with October's Bathurst 1000.

Helio Castroneves aims for full-time IndyCar return in 2021

Helio Castroneves says that he is targeting a full-time ride in the NTT IndyCar Series next season but that he expects this month’s Indianapolis 500 will be his final drive for Team Penske in open-wheel racing.

Team Penske and Brad Keselowski announce contract extension

2012 NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski will stay with Team Penske for the 2021 season.

F1 technical update: Mercedes, Ferrari, Racing Point & Red Bull

In the ongoing development war between Formula 1’s teams, keep up to date with what’s new in our regular technical updates. Today, let’s look at four outfits at the British Grand Prix – Mercedes, Ferrari, Racing Point and Red Bull.

Keselowski: Bar to reach Cup Series has "lowered significantly"

It’s no secret Brad Keselowski is in a contract year with Team Penske and he’s found the landscape much different than when he’s been in a similar position in the past.

Magnussen critical of Albon's "poorly judged" passing attempt

Kevin Magnussen has criticised Red Bull's Alexander Albon for a "poorly judged" overtake attempt that ended the Haas Formula 1 driver's British Grand Prix.

British Grand Prix driver ratings Prime

British Grand Prix driver ratings

Several star performers shone amid the late tyre drama at Silverstone, but a few drivers will need to make improvements in next weekend's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

McLaren had no warning of Sainz's tyre failure

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says that the Woking team had no warning of the "sudden death" of Carlos Sainz's left front tyre in the closing laps of the British GP.

Bottas says he "can't afford" point-less races like British GP

Valtteri Bottas has conceded he "can't really afford" big points losses to Lewis Hamilton in their battle for the Formula 1 world championship after failing to score at Silverstone.

Juncadella gets Mercedes FE reserve role for Berlin

Daniel Juncadella will be the reserve driver for the Mercedes Formula E team for the last six races of the 2019/20 season in Berlin.

The crucial factors that took Hamilton to the brink of disaster

The narrative of the 2020 British GP flipped with three laps to go as tyre failures became the post-race focus. But amid Lewis Hamilton's seemingly inevitable run to a seventh Silverstone win, several key factors contributed to the late drama

The change on the horizon that could thwart Red Bull at Silverstone

The times set in Friday practice for the British Grand Prix provide positive reading for Red Bull, which looks to have closed its gap to Mercedes. But there's a change on the horizon that could redraw the picture for the rest of the weekend…

How the British GP was saved for 2020

When this year's Formula 1 season was being pieced back together, the home of British motorsport was perfectly placed to step up. In an exclusive interview with Motorsport.com, Silverstone MD Stuart Pringle explained how.