Magnussen to race Ganassi Cadillac
Wheatley tests positive for COVID-19
Warning light panels to be mandatory on F1, MotoGP circuits
Steiner on Haas's 2020 struggles

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen is set for a switch to sportscar racing in 2021, driving for Chip Ganassi Racing’s revived IMSA team.

Red Bull Formula 1 sporting director Jonathan Wheatley has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not attend this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.

High-tech warning light panels are to be rolled out across all Formula 1 and MotoGP tracks from 2022 as part of a new safety initiative.

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says that surviving the season was the team's biggest achievement in 2020 – and he acknowledged that it was by no means certain.

Grosjean suggests others have managed him better than Haas

Romain Grosjean has suggested that Haas' management has not handled him as well as his previous Formula 1 bosses, after Gunther Steiner called him "tough to manage".

Drivers prepare for Bahrain’s “bonkers” outer circuit Sakhir GP
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Drivers prepare for Bahrain’s “bonkers” outer circuit

Williams driver George Russell believes that Bahrain’s high-speed outer circuit will be “bonkers” in a Formula 1 car, while McLaren’s Lando Norris has likened its flat-out nature to Thruxton.

Button targets Le Mans return with own team in future

Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button has targeted returning to race at the Le Mans 24 Hours with his own team in future.

Why a "bonkers" end to 2020 will be a good lesson for F1 Prime

Why a "bonkers" end to 2020 will be a good lesson for F1

The second-leg of F1's upcoming Bahrain double-header on the outer loop will provide a spectacle unlike any other on the calendar and serve as an acid test for out-of-the-box thinking on future race layouts

Triple Eight blocks van Gisbergen's speedway plans

Plans for Shane van Gisbergen to compete in a number of speedway events this summer have been blocked by Supercars team Triple Eight.

The fourth manufacturer gunning for Super GT title glory

It won't get the same attention as Toyota, Nissan or Honda, but there's another Japanese manufacturer fighting for title glory in SUPER GT's season finale at Fuji Speedway this weekend: Subaru.

Matsushita set to see out Super Formula season with B-Max

Ex-Formula 2 racer Nobuharu Matsushita is poised to see out the Super Formula season with the B-Max Racing team following his return to the Japanese series last time out at Autopolis.

Hendrick Motorsports crew member and wife killed in car crash

A longtime Hendrick Motorsports crew member and his newlywed wife were killed Tuesday night in a traffic accident in the Florida Keys, the team confirmed.

FIA confirms Nurburgring World Rallycross finale cancelation

The organisers of the final round of the FIA World Rallycross championship have confirmed that the event, scheduled for December 12-13 at the Nurburgring, has been cancelled “In light of continued health concerns regarding COVID-19”.

Petrucci rues he “never found a good bike” for Ducati swan song

Danilo Petrucci says he “never found a good bike” across his final race weekends as a Ducati MotoGP rider, ending the Portuguese Grand Prix without a point in 16th.

Audi Quattro: The Group B pioneer that transformed rallying forever Prime
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Audi Quattro: The Group B pioneer that transformed rallying forever

From Hannu Mikkola and Michele Mouton to Stig Blomqvist and Walter Rohrl, this is the story of a secret four-wheel-drive project from Bavaria that would transform the world of rallying and epitomise the bombast excess of its greatest era…

Roberts explains decision to turn down Aprilia MotoGP offer

American rider Joe Roberts turned down an Aprilia MotoGP offer for 2021 because “I want to win” and believes only Italtrans in Moto2 can allow him to do that.

The defining plot points from MotoGP 2020 Prime

The defining plot points from MotoGP 2020

Largely shaped by the pandemic and the absence of its dominant force, 2020 proved to be MotoGP's most dramatic campaign in recent memory as a new champion emerged from a cluster of more fancied names. Here are the year's key takeaways

Hydrogen-powered car to compete in 2024 Dakar Rally

Former World Rallycross team GCK Motorsport has launched a four-year off-road programme, starting with an all-electric vehicle and culminating in a hydrogen machine in the 2024 Dakar Rally.

How the much-missed Richard Burns scaled the WRC mountain

On this day 15 years ago, Richard Burns sadly passed away due to cancer, exactly four years after claiming the 2001 World Rally crown. In an article originally published in Autosport magazine on 1 December 2005, David Evans recounts his incredible career along with tributes from those who knew him best…

DS Techeetah to start 2020/21 Formula E season with old package

Reigning Formula E teams’ champion DS Techeetah will carry over its existing car into the upcoming 2020-21 season before introducing a new powertrain package in April. 

Dakar releases details of 2021 Saudi Arabia route

The Dakar Rally has released details of the route for the 2021 edition, featuring nearly 5,000 competitive kilometres divided into 12 stages.

Espargaro has “no regrets” exiting KTM without a win

Pol Espargaro admits he has “no regrets” ending his MotoGP career with KTM without a race victory and is “super-happy” with his achievements from the last four years.

Saudi Arabia dismisses F1 "sportswashing" criticism

Saudi Arabia’s motor sport boss fully understands fans’ scepticism about his country being added to the Formula 1 calendar, but insists it is not trying to sportswash its image.

Bautista: Kawasaki treating WSBK like it's MotoGP

Alvaro Bautista says Kawasaki has the luxury of being able to treat its World Superbike project with the same level of dedication that rival manufacturers commit to their MotoGP bikes.

Aleix Espargaro: Zarco ‘doesn’t seem to care’ about rider safety

Aleix Espargaro says he is “furious” by Johann Zarco’s apparent lack of “responsibility” for the safety of other MotoGP riders following an incident in Portuguese Grand Prix practice.

Mahindra retains Lynn for 2020/21 Formula E season

Mahindra has completed its driver line-up for the 2020/21 Formula E season after signing Alex Lynn alongside the previously-confirmed Alexander Sims.

How COVID-19 played a part in Mercedes' domination Prime

How COVID-19 played a part in Mercedes' domination

Mercedes may have topped the pre-season testing times, but engine unreliability proved to be a significant problem. The coronavirus pandemic therefore presented the team with a chance to address the issue and allowed its dominance to continue.

How a much-changed Macau GP kept the party going Prime
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How a much-changed Macau GP kept the party going

OPINION: The 67th edition of the Macau Grand Prix might have been a largely muted affair to the outside world without its international influx and star line-ups, another victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, but organisers deserve huge credit for keeping the party going…