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F1 working to cure red flag delay
Hamilton "more of a team player"
"Disgraceful" Whincup could face ban
Key Yamaha MotoGP figure steps down

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says efforts are being made to integrate the twin red flag systems that have on occasion created doubt about whether a driver has completed a qualifying lap before the session was aborted.

Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton believes he has become "more of a team player" compared to when he was younger.

Confederation of Australian Motor Sport CEO Eugene Arocca has labelled Jamie Whincup's Pukekohe outburst as "disgraceful", and is not ruling out a race suspension as punishment.

Yamaha’s President of its motor racing division Kouichi Tsuji has left his post, signalling another high-profile change of personnel as the marque continues to rebuild its MotoGP operation.

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault Prime

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault

For five years Cyril Abiteboul has been in charge of Renault's Formula 1 presence. The hybrid era put Abiteboul at odds with his counterpart at Red Bull, and prompted Renault to return in force to prove itself again as a manufacturer. But as he explains to Stuart Codling, his career has been eventful even before this latest chapter

Hulkenberg: Underachiever or wasted talent? Prime

Hulkenberg: Underachiever or wasted talent?

Dropped by the first manufacturer team to put its faith in him as its leader and with his podium-less record getting ever longer, Nico Hulkenberg is beginning to look like an underachiever. But do the statistics do him an injustice?

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1 Prime

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1

There's a host of drivers who could lay claim to being F1-ready talent, but those around Rene Rast point to the double DTM champion's incredible record as proof that should he ever get the chance, he would be as worthy as any.

Flashback: Vettel’s disastrous Singapore 2017 start shunt

Sebastian Vettel returns to the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend much in the same shape as he left the 2017 edition – under fire.

Supercars ace Golding added to S5000 grid

Supercars driver James Golding has been named as a last-minute addition to the S5000 grid for Sandown.

TCR beats Supercars to new Bathurst race

TCR Australia promoter Australian Racing Group has beat Supercars to the right to host a new event at Mount Panorama.

CAMS not ruling out race ban for "disgraceful" Whincup outburst

Confederation of Australian Motor Sport CEO Eugene Arocca has labelled Jamie Whincup's Pukekohe outburst as "disgraceful", and is not ruling out a race suspension as punishment.

Waters in CAMS firing line over Pukekohe comments

Cam Waters will meet with Confederation of Australian Motor Sport CEO Eugene Arocca in the coming days to discuss his fiery comments after Sunday's Pukekohe Supercars race.

Erik Jones will need 'no mistakes' to rebound at Richmond

Erik Jones had a fast car in the spring race at Richmond, but this time he’ll need a fast car with a strong finish.

Supercars engines to drop 15 horsepower in 2020

The V8 engines used in Supercars will produce approximately 15 horsepower less in 2020 amid cost-saving measures set to save teams as much as $50,000.

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault Prime

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault

For five years Cyril Abiteboul has been in charge of Renault's Formula 1 presence. The hybrid era put Abiteboul at odds with his counterpart at Red Bull, and prompted Renault to return in force to prove itself again as a manufacturer. But as he explains to Stuart Codling, his career has been eventful even before this latest chapter

How Newgarden can win the IndyCar title, how he can be stopped

The points permutations heading into the NTT IndyCar Series finale leave Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Josef Newgarden clear favorite for his second championship in three years. But double points for the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey mean three drivers can still beat him.

McLaren won’t compromise 2020 to save fourth place

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andrea Seidl insists that the team won't compromise its development programme for 2020 in order to defend its fourth place in this year's world championship.

Flashback: Vettel’s disastrous Singapore 2017 start shunt

Sebastian Vettel returns to the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend much in the same shape as he left the 2017 edition – under fire.

Quartararo can fight for 2020 MotoGP title - Marquez

San Marino Grand Prix winner Marc Marquez says Fabio Quartararo proved at Misano he has the “potential” and the “talent” to fight for the MotoGP title in 2020.

Formula 1 working to cure red flag button delay

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says efforts are being made to integrate the twin red flag systems that have on occasion created doubt about whether a driver has completed a qualifying lap before the session was aborted.

Petrucci convinced weight disparity is hurting him

Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci believes his weight is the main reason he lagged behind teammate Andrea Dovizioso in last weekend's San Marino Grand Prix.

F1 should reconsider run-off/gravel trap balance - Wurz

Formula 1 tracks should seek better ways of blending the use of asphalt run- offs and gravel traps at different parts of corners reckons former Formula 1 driver Alex Wurz.

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1 Prime

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1

There's a host of drivers who could lay claim to being F1-ready talent, but those around Rene Rast point to the double DTM champion's incredible record as proof that should he ever get the chance, he would be as worthy as any.

Hulkenberg: Underachiever or wasted talent? Prime

Hulkenberg: Underachiever or wasted talent?

Dropped by the first manufacturer team to put its faith in him as its leader and with his podium-less record getting ever longer, Nico Hulkenberg is beginning to look like an underachiever. But do the statistics do him an injustice?

Key Yamaha MotoGP figure steps down

Yamaha’s President of its motor racing division Kouichi Tsuji has left his post, signalling another high-profile change of personnel as the marque continues to rebuild its MotoGP operation.

Hamilton says he's "more of a team player" now

Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton believes he has become "more of a team player" compared to when he was younger.

Third DRS zone added to Marina Bay F1 track

Formula 1's ruling body, the FIA, has added a third DRS zone to the Marina Bay circuit for this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.

Muller to partner Hartley at Dragon in Formula E

Dragon has completed its 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E driver line-up by signing Audi factory racer Nico Muller, who will compete alongside ex-Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley.