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Binotto: Ferrari can win again
Channel 4 extends Formula 1 deal
Zandvoort vows to be ready for GP
Crutchlow: Marquez win "a miracle"

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto is adamant his team will still have more chances to win in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season, despite the last two tracks having clearly favoured his cars.

The British Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Channel 4 in a "multi-year" deal with Sky that secures Formula 1's free-to-air presence in the UK.

Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers says that Zandvoort will be ready to host an F1 race next May, despite the huge amount of work that still needs to be done.

Cal Crutchlow has dubbed fellow Honda MotoGP rider Marc Marquez's victory in Misano a "miracle", given his own miserable weekend at the circuit.

How Ocon ended up back at the team that rejected him Prime

How Ocon ended up back at the team that rejected him

Renault's decision to forego an agreement to give Esteban Ocon a 2019 race seat fractured its relationship with Mercedes. Neither side lost trust, though, and put their squabbles behind them to revisit the deal - successfully - a year later

How Quartararo made Yamaha see what it was missing Prime

How Quartararo made Yamaha see what it was missing

The amazing form of rookie rider Fabio Quartararo and newcomer team Petronas has stunned MotoGP - but its biggest significance is in showing Yamaha the value of a trick it's been missing.

Opinion: The solution that can solve F1's sausage kerb dilemma Prime

Opinion: The solution that can solve F1's sausage kerb dilemma

Safety and track limits were unsurprisingly among the main topics of conversation in the F1 paddock at Monza after Alex Peroni's scary F3 crash. One alternative to the sausage kerbs used in Italy could drastically reduce the frequency of such discussions.

Promoted: What sets this Casio EDIFICE watch apart from the rest

Casio EDIFICE, a partner of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula 1 team, introduces their thinnest chronograph yet with the EQB1000 series.

Di Giannantonio hits out at Moto2 stewards' call

Fabio Di Giannantonio has expressed his disillusionment that Moto2 rival Augusto Fernandez was not penalised for his race-winning move in last weekend's Misano race.

Zandvoort replaces Paul Ricard on F2 calendar

Paul Ricard will not feature on the Formula 1 support series calendar in 2020, with the F2 and F3 championships both visiting Zandvoort and Bahrain next season.

Channel 4 extends Formula 1 TV coverage deal

The British Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Channel 4 in a "multi-year" deal with Sky that secures Formula 1's free-to-air presence in the UK.

Zandvoort 'doesn't need to worry' about remaining track work

Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers says that Zandvoort will be ready to host an F1 race next May, despite the huge amount of work that still needs to be done.

Marquez's victory a "miracle" given Honda weaknesses

Cal Crutchlow has dubbed fellow Honda MotoGP rider Marc Marquez's victory in Misano a "miracle", given his own miserable weekend at the circuit.

Fenestraz: Japan success shows Renault "wrong" to drop me

Sacha Fenestraz says his rookie season success in All-Japan Formula 3 shows that Renault was “wrong” to drop him from its driver development programme.

Monza not Ferrari's last chance to win in 2019 - Binotto

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto is adamant his team will still have more chances to win in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season, despite the last two tracks having clearly favoured his cars.

Miller was "paranoid" about crashing at Misano

Jack Miller admits he became "paranoid" about crashing in the San Marino Grand Prix as he battled a lack of front grip, and was relieved to make it through the Misano weekend without injury.

Team Kiwi outlines Bathurst 1000 wildcard plan

Team Kiwi could return to the Supercars grid next month thanks to an ambitious Bathurst 1000 wildcard plan.

S5000 to race at 2020 Australian Grand Prix

The V8-powered S5000 series will feature on the support card at the season-opening Formula 1 race at Albert Park next March.

Aero change saved Holden's Bathurst hopes – Triple Eight

The Bathurst 1000 would have been a "non-event" for the Holden teams if not for the aero update made to the Commodore, says Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton.

Ex-Australian F3 runner-up joins Sandown S5000 grid

Ex-Australian F3 runner-up Ricky Capo has confirmed his participation in the S5000 season opener at Sandown after testing the 560-hp single-seater twice in the run-up to the event.

Whincup remorseful over Pukekohe controversy

Jamie Whincup has expressed remorse over both passing the Safety Car, and his subsequent criticism levelled at race control, at Pukekohe.

Bowyer, Busch and Jones face NASCAR playoff elimination

One race into the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and some drivers have already found themselves in danger of elimination.

Montoya, Cameron feel “big relief” at points advantage

Acura Team Penske drivers Juan Pablo Montoya and Dane Cameron are feeling confident heading for the IMSA season finale with a 12-point lead in the title race, following their triumph at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

MotoGP riders baffled by "strange" Misano crashes

Several MotoGP riders, including Cal Crutchlow, were at a loss to explain their crashes during the San Marino Grand Prix.

Ogier warns Citroen not to get complacent after 1-2

Rally Turkey winner Sebastien Ogier has urged his Citroen team to push for further developments and not be distracted by its first WRC one-two in four years.

Hamilton: Realities of F1 dangers are still "shocking"

Lewis Hamilton says dealing with the realities of motor racing's dangers after Anthoine Hubert was killed last month was something that hit him in the 'depths' of his soul

Audi reveals talks with Kubica's management

Audi motorsport boss Dieter Gass admits he has held discussions with the management of Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica about a drive in the DTM.

Hand: Ford went from “worst car we've had here to the best”

Joey Hand and Dirk Muller, who scored their first IMSA win in more than a year at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, has hailed the progress made over the course of the weekend that transformed the #66 Ford GT into a dominant winner.