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How F1 kept the Japanese GP on TV
F1 agrees Miami plan for 2021
Zarco's MotoGP return confirmed
Ferrari has no plans for new GTE

For many Formula 1 fans at home, the biggest inconvenience of super typhoon Hagibis was having to set an earlier alarm for the super Sunday Japanese Grand Prix spectacular of qualifying and the race taking place a few hours apart.

Plans to run the Miami Grand Prix around the city's Hard Rock stadium have taken a step close to fruition with the confirmation of an agreement in principle between Formula 1 and the local promoter.

Johann Zarco will contest the three final races of the 2019 MotoGP season on an LCR-run Honda bike, the Japanese manufacturer announced on Wednesday.

Ferrari says it currently has no plans to build a GTE version of the successor to the 488 road car, the F8 Tributo.

What Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance Prime

What Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance

Mercedes' era of dominance is casting a shadow on the success Ferrari enjoyed during its Michael Schumacher days, but the Silver Arrows squad has one key skill that its Formula 1 rival must learn to dethrone it.

Honda extends Nakagami deal, confirms early end to campaign

Takaaki Nakagami will remain an LCR MotoGP rider in 2020 but will skip the final three races of 2019 due to a planned shoulder surgery, Honda has announced.

FIA: F1 needs tolerance approach to start system

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says that allowing secret tolerances in jump-start rules remains the right thing to do, despite the controversy over Sebastian Vettel's getaway at the Japanese Grand Prix.

McLaughlin's Bathurst engines to be stripped

The two V8 engines Scott McLaughlin used during the Bathurst 1000 weekend will be stripped and checked by Supercars' technical department this week.

Ferrari has no plans for F8 Tributo GTE

Ferrari says it currently has no plans to build a GTE version of the successor to the 488 road car, the F8 Tributo.

The inside story of how F1 kept the Japanese GP on TV

For many Formula 1 fans at home, the biggest inconvenience of super typhoon Hagibis was having to set an earlier alarm for the super Sunday Japanese Grand Prix spectacular of qualifying and the race taking place a few hours apart.

F1 agrees Miami Hard Rock stadium plan for 2021

Plans to run the Miami Grand Prix around the city's Hard Rock stadium have taken a step close to fruition with the confirmation of an agreement in principle between Formula 1 and the local promoter.

Zarco's three-race MotoGP return announced by LCR

Johann Zarco will contest the three final races of the 2019 MotoGP season on an LCR-run Honda bike, the Japanese manufacturer announced on Wednesday.

The Supercars car share proposal dividing team opinion

A proposal to tweak the Supercars entry regulations to allow two drivers to share one entry across a season, and then team up for the endurance races, is dividing paddock opinion.

Rare Subaru TCR cars find new home

The two remaining Subaru TCR cars in competition have found a new home in Australia.

Schenken addressed Supercars drivers over NZ controversy

Supercars race director Tim Schenken addressed drivers and teams about the New Zealand Safety Car controversy in the lead-up to the Bathurst 1000.

Talladega shakes up NASCAR Cup Series playoff standings

Four more drivers will be eliminated from the playoffs this weekend at Kansas Speedway, cutting the field down from12 to eight title contenders.

Doonan: “A lot of work to do” to bring sportscar regs closer

New IMSA president John Doonan says that encouraging cooperation between sportscar governing bodies to aid teams who want to participate in more than one series is on his wish list.

Newgarden: Aeroscreen felt “kind of normal” in first test

Josef Newgarden says he grew accustomed to IndyCar’s aeroscreen after just 30-40 laps of Richmond Raceway, as he and Scott Dixon began testing at the 0.75-mile oval which returns to the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020.

Supercars releases unsuccessful Bathurst pitch video
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Supercars releases unsuccessful Bathurst pitch video

This is the video that Supercars pitched to the Bathurst Regional Council as part of its unsuccessful bid for a new event at Mount Panorama.

Tech verdict: How Mercedes struck back at Suzuka

Mercedes achieved a monumental feat in Japan, becoming the first team in the sport’s history to capture six back-to-back drivers’ and constructors’ F1 World Championships. What makes this particularly impressive is that it has been able to achieve this through a sequence of regulation changes, which shows it could adapt and develop to a range of circumstances.

New chassis for De Pasquale after Bathurst crash

Anton De Pasquale will debut a brand new Erebus Holden on the Gold Coast thanks to his heavy hit in the closing stages of the Bathurst 1000.

Ross Chastain joins Kaulig Racing for 2020 Xfinity season

Ross Chastain will have the opportunity to compete for a NASCAR championship next season.

Andretti Autosport reveals four drivers for Indy Lights test

Andretti Autosport, the team that took Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew to the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires titles over the past two seasons, has announced four drivers for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial Open Test on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. "bummed" not to "finish off" Talladega win

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. knew he had a good shot at a win at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway and he came oh-so-close.

Former Mazda boss Doonan named IMSA President

The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) announced today that John Doonan has been named the next president of the sanctioning body effective January 1, 2020, with his first day on the job scheduled for Monday, Oct. 21.

Bird leads Gunther on opening day of Formula E test

Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird topped the first day of Formula E 2019/20 pre-season testing at Valencia as Mercedes’ woes on Nyck de Vries’s car continued.

Alfa was "nowhere" in "far from normal" Japanese GP

Alfa Romeo’s Formula 1 drivers were left baffled by being “nowhere” in the Japanese Grand Prix, a race Kimi Raikkonen labelled “far from normal”.

Early end to Japanese GP "very unfortunate", Masi admits

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says a "very unfortunate" system error was to blame for the chequered flag light panel being displayed too early at the Japanese Grand Prix.