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Vettel tried 'not to see the truth'
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Wolff to skip Brazilian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel says the early stages of the 2019 Formula 1 season were about 'trying not to see the truth' as Ferrari fell further behind Mercedes.

Patricio O’Ward, the 2018 Indy Lights champion, turned his first laps in an Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet IndyCar this week. Circumstances weren’t ideal but driver, race engineer and managing director are already excited about their collective prospects, reports David Malsher.

Ferrari believes that Formula 1's top teams will still be clear of the opposition in 2021, despite a radical overhaul of the rules aimed at making the sport more exciting.

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is to miss his first Formula 1 race since 2013 when he skips this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix now that the championships have been won.

Driver dies after competing in IMSA race at Sebring

A 59-year-old driver has died after being taken ill while competing in the Michelin IMSA SportsCar Encore at Sebring International Raceway.

Vettel: F1 would be "stupid" to ignore issues like environment

Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 would be "stupid" to ignore major world issues such as the state of the environment, amid the series' impending announcement of a new sustainability initiative.

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda Prime

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda

There's no simple explanation to why Marc Marquez has been able to leave his MotoGP rivals firmly in the shade - but the world champion's affinity for motocross may be a major part of the puzzle.

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible? Prime

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible?

DTM organiser ITR has mooted a radical plan for a "truly new and inspiring" future motorsport series. How realistic are its suggestions of automated pitstops and 1000bhp hydrogen-fuelled touring cars?

Podcast: Did Vinales’ Sepang win signal Yamaha’s true return?

Last weekend’s Malaysian MotoGP served up a significant statistic for Yamaha, as Maverick Vinales’s dominant win marked its first brace of victories in a season since 2017.

Promoted: The first 100 laps of Arrow McLaren SP’s bold new era

Patricio O’Ward, the 2018 Indy Lights champion, turned his first laps in an Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet IndyCar this week. Circumstances weren’t ideal but driver, race engineer and managing director are already excited about their collective prospects, reports David Malsher.

Penske fines ‘a waste of time’, says Triple Eight boss

Penalising DJR Team Penske with monetary fines for its Bathurst breaches is "a waste of time" according to Triple Eight boss Roland Dane.

Why Truex raced Phoenix with 'half a team' and an 'old car'

While his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates spent Sunday’s race at Phoenix working to join the championship fight at Homestead, part of Martin Truex Jr.’s team was already preparing for the battle ahead.

Massa and Fittipaldis star in Ayrton Senna festival in Sao Paulo

Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, his grandson Pietro and ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa all starred as Sao Paulo’s streets echoed to the sound of Ayrton Senna’s F1 cars last weekend.

Ferrari: Top F1 teams will still dominate in 2021

Ferrari believes that Formula 1's top teams will still be clear of the opposition in 2021, despite a radical overhaul of the rules aimed at making the sport more exciting.

Chris Amon on Ford beating Ferrari at Le Mans in 1966

Ford’s 1966 Le Mans winner Chris Amon reminisces about that historic race, when it beat Ferrari, in this exclusive interview conducted shortly before he passed away in 2016.

Vettel: F1 would be "stupid" to ignore issues like environment

Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 would be "stupid" to ignore major world issues such as the state of the environment, amid the series' impending announcement of a new sustainability initiative.

Piquet interested in Extreme E entry

Inaugural Formula E champion Nelson Piquet Jr has expressed his interest in contesting the new Extreme E series.

Hamilton still "working on a masterpiece" in F1

Lewis Hamilton says he can still improve as a Formula 1 driver because he is "working on a masterpiece" that is not finished, despite wrapping up a sixth title.

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda Prime

Marquez's secret weapon for taming the Honda

There's no simple explanation to why Marc Marquez has been able to leave his MotoGP rivals firmly in the shade - but the world champion's affinity for motocross may be a major part of the puzzle.

Wolff to miss first F1 race since 2013

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is to miss his first Formula 1 race since 2013 when he skips this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix now that the championships have been won.

Toyota hurt in Shanghai by handicap "overreaction"

Toyota says its lack of competitiveness in last weekend's Shanghai FIA World Endurance Championship race is partly down to the series' "overreaction" with the success handicap system after Silverstone.

Vettel tried 'not to see the truth' in early 2019

Sebastian Vettel says the early stages of the 2019 Formula 1 season were about 'trying not to see the truth' as Ferrari fell further behind Mercedes.

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible? Prime

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible?

DTM organiser ITR has mooted a radical plan for a "truly new and inspiring" future motorsport series. How realistic are its suggestions of automated pitstops and 1000bhp hydrogen-fuelled touring cars?

WEC's return to Interlagos plunged into doubt

The Interlagos round of this season's FIA World Endurance Championship in Brazil next February is in doubt.

Rally Australia set to be reduced to 59 timed miles

Rally Australia organisers have revealed a heavily revised schedule as a proposal to keep this week's World Rally Championship finale running.

Haas "a team with 11 defenders and no strikers" during F1 races

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he cannot wait for the season to end, because his hates his cars being like a "lame duck" in Formula 1 races now.

Title-winning Super GT team set for Toyota split

This year’s SUPER GT title-winning Team LeMans is looking unlikely continue in the Toyota stable in 2020, Motorsport.com has learned.

MV Agusta announces 2020 Moto2 rider line-up

MV Agusta has announced its 2020 Moto2 line-up, signing category veteran Simone Corsi to join current rider Stefano Manzi.