Why Ferrari hobbling Vettel doesn’t make any sense
Opinion: Verstappen's crude comments
Schumacher worked harder, Hamilton has more talent - Massa
Norris issues apology for comments

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is enduring a tough time this season as he struggles to get as much out of the team's SF1000 car as teammate Charles Leclerc.

Following his FP2 clash with Lance Stroll at the Portuguese Grand Prix, Max Verstappen's choice of language over the radio was insulting and offensive to numerous groups of people. And yet, it has conspicuously gone unpunished...

Felipe Massa says Michael Schumacher was the harder worker, but Lewis Hamilton has the edge on talent, when the two Formula 1 greats are compared.

Lando Norris has issued an apology on social media for "stupid and careless" comments made over the Portuguese Grand Prix weekend about Formula 1 peers Lewis Hamilton and Lance Stroll.

Gasly feels he is driving better than ever

AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly believes that he's driving better than ever after a strong run to fifth place in Portugal.

Ten things we learned from the Portuguese GP

For the first time since 1996, Portugal played host to a Formula 1 grand prix. The undulating nature of the Algarve circuit and low-grip surface challenged the drivers. LUKE SMITH picks out the biggest talking points from Portimao.

Rast joins Audi FE team full time for 2020-21 season

Double DTM champion Rene Rast has been signed full time by the Audi Formula E team to contest the 2020/21 season alongside Lucas di Grassi.

MotoGP “disappointed” with paddock members breaking bubble

The International Race Teams’ Association has issued a letter to the MotoGP paddock expressing its disappointment at several riders going home between the Aragon races and breaking the COVID-19 bubble.

Mir: MotoGP title would hold same value as my 2017 Moto3 crown

Suzuki’s Joan Mir says the value he has placed on fighting for the 2020 MotoGP World Championship is the same as it was when he won the 2017 Moto3 title.

Vettel trusts Ferrari giving him same F1 car as Leclerc

Sebastian Vettel trusts that Ferrari is giving him the same specification of car as Charles Leclerc amid his ongoing struggles up against his Formula 1 teammate.

Dovizioso "completely finished" rear tyre in Teruel GP

Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso says he "completely finished" his soft rear tyre in Sunday's MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix, which left him 13th.

Rudy Fugle named Byron's 2021 NASCAR Cup Series crew chief
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Rudy Fugle named Byron's 2021 NASCAR Cup Series crew chief

Rudy Fugle will take the place of Chad Knaus atop the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports pit box with driver William Byron in 2021.

Davies: "Impossible" not to take Ducati exit personally

Chaz Davies says it is “impossible” not to take Ducati’s decision to drop him from its World Superbike line-up personally, after a seven-year stint with the Bologna marque.

Mercedes explains set-up call key to Hamilton's Portimao win

Mercedes has explained the set-up call that led to Lewis Hamilton's dominant victory in Sunday's Portuguese Grand Prix that saw him break Formula 1's all-time win record.

Teruel GP winner Morbidelli felt race "lasted only two laps"

Franco Morbidelli says his MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix win felt like “it was a trip” as he achieved a “really high level” of concentration he never had before.

Whincup evicted from Queensland after Bathurst return

Jamie Whincup has been evicted from his home state of Queensland after crossing the border with a freight pass following the Bathurst 1000.

Red Bull insists Albon will see out 2020 F1 season

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says that the team is committed to running Alex Albon for the rest of the 2020 season.

The pre-race call that gave Hamilton the edge at Portimao

Lewis Hamilton seized Formula 1's all-time win record with victory in a tricky Portuguese Grand Prix for Mercedes. He went wheel-to-wheel with Valtteri Bottas and won out, but a pre-qualifying decision was key to gaining a decisive advantage

Marquez: Better to crash fighting for podium than just points

Alex Marquez says his crash in the MotoGP Teruel Grand Prix was his own error, but believes it’s better to “make a mistake fighting for the podium” than just points.

F1 to present provisional 2021 calendar to teams

The provisional 2021 Formula 1 schedule will be formally presented to the teams in a virtual meeting of the F1 Commission today.

Portuguese Grand Prix - Driver ratings

Formula 1’s first visit to Portimao produced a frantic race start in tricky conditions before normal service resumed, as two standout performers in 2020 continued to shine

Porsche's Tandy "burst into tears" after sealing Spa win 24 Hours of Spa
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Porsche's Tandy "burst into tears" after sealing Spa win

Porsche driver Nick Tandy has revealed that he cried with emotion as he completed victory in last weekend's Spa 24 Hours for Rowe Racing.

Ferrari: Red Bull's engine freeze plan not the priority

Ferrari says sorting out plans for Formula 1's engine regulations from 2026 is a bigger priority right now than worrying about an engine freeze to help Red Bull.

Leading Portuguese GP "a nice taste" for McLaren

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says the sight of Carlos Sainz leading in Portugal created "a nice taste" - despite knowing that the Spaniard would slip down the order.

Williams axe rumours fuelled by Perez camp, says Russell

George Russell believes speculation about his Formula 1 future with Williams has been “fed by the Perez camp”, and expects clarity about his position from the team within a week.

Cerumo Toyota pair lament stint length miscalculation

SUPER GT championship leaders Kazuya Oshima and Sho Tsuboi were left to rue a miscalculation by the Cerumo Toyota team that forced them into a second pitstop in last weekend's Suzuka round.

Why history risks repeating itself for Mercedes’ star F1 junior Prime

Why history risks repeating itself for Mercedes’ star F1 junior

Speculation linking Sergio Perez with Williams next year will make for uncomfortable reading for George Russell. Despite his consistently strong showings, a precedent from 2018 suggests holding onto his seat may not be a straightforward matter…

Why a decades-old F1 tradition had to be axed Prime

Why a decades-old F1 tradition had to be axed

The controversial 'party modes', outlawed by the FIA this season, represent the peak of a development curve which began many years ago - but it was right to put an end to it, says PAT SYMONDS...