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In detail: Honda's 2019 engine
McLaren set for aero reshuffle
Truex's crew chief leaves Gibbs team
Renault "exasperated" by Q2 rule

Motorsport.com takes a look at the complex layout of the power unit that ended Honda's Formula 1 win drought in 2019.

McLaren is set for a reshuffle of its aero department, Motorsport.com has learned, with its head of aerodynamics Guillaume Cattelani having left the team.

NASCAR Cup Series-winning crew chief Cole Pearn will not return as crew chief for Martin Truex Jr. in 2020, having decided to leave Joe Gibbs Racing.

Renault team boss Cyril Abiteboul says he's "exasperated" by fellow Formula 1 teams' refusal to abolish the rule that sees the second qualifying segment dictate the choice of tyre for the race start.

Holden dumps Commodore from line-up

Holden will axe the road-going Commodore from its line-up next year, however the iconic sedan will continue to race in Supercars until at least the end of 2021.

Ferrari doesn't need 'severe' changes - Binotto

Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari is not in need of 'severe' changes to avoid the errors that cost the team several times during the 2019 Formula 1 season.

Why achievements of 'lost world champions' still matter Prime

Why achievements of 'lost world champions' still matter

Formula E's 'lost world champions' will be a unique footnote in the history of the series. But it is a small price to pay for FE's latest step forward to greater prominence in motorsport

Promoted: Why Oliver Askew can be IndyCar’s next star rookie

Arrow McLaren SP has signed Oliver Askew as one half of its 2020 youth movement, and the team’s belief is not misplaced, writes David Malsher.

F1 teams unanimously reject 2020 tyre spec

Formula 1 will stick with 2019-specification Pirelli rubber next year, after teams unanimously voted to reject the new tyres that were being prepared for 2020.

Ferrari doesn't need 'severe' changes - Binotto

Mattia Binotto believes Ferrari is not in need of 'severe' changes to avoid the errors that cost the team several times during the 2019 Formula 1 season.

Zolder's status as DTM curtain-raiser in doubt

The DTM says it is "currently reviewing" a date clash between the series' opener at Zolder and the FIA World Endurance Championship's Spa round.

McLaren set for aero department reshuffle after Cattelani exit

McLaren is set for a reshuffle of its aero department, Motorsport.com has learned, with its head of aerodynamics Guillaume Cattelani having left the team.

In detail: The Honda engine powering Red Bull

Motorsport.com takes a look at the complex layout of the power unit that ended Honda's Formula 1 win drought in 2019.

Holden dumps Commodore from line-up

Holden will axe the road-going Commodore from its line-up next year, however the iconic sedan will continue to race in Supercars until at least the end of 2021.

Calderon joins GEAR Racing for Rolex 24 at Daytona

Tatiana Calderon will make her IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship debut in January's Rolex 24 at Daytona as part of the all-female GEAR Racing team.

Parente, Goikhberg join Heinricher Racing for 2020

Heinricher Racing has announced Alvaro Parente and Misha Goikhberg as full-time drivers for its Meyer Shank Racing-run Acura NSX GT3 for the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.

Truex’s crew chief Cole Pearn in shock Joe Gibbs Racing exit

NASCAR Cup Series-winning crew chief Cole Pearn will not return as crew chief for Martin Truex Jr. in 2020, having decided to leave Joe Gibbs Racing.

IndyCar reveals start times for all 17 races in 2020

The 2020 NTT IndyCar Series will see shifts in green-flag times for four of its 17 races, while IndyCar has also now revealed the start time of the returning event at Richmond Raceway.

Conway rejoins Action Express Racing for Rolex 24

Sportscar ace Mike Conway will rejoin Action Express Racing for the fourth consecutive year when he co-drives the Whelen Engineering Racing Cadillac DPi-V.R in the Rolex 24 At Daytona.

Kelly feared Ford fan backlash

Rick Kelly says he's been surprised by the positive reaction from fans to his 2020 Ford switch, having feared a backlash after years of competing against the Blue Oval.

Horner: 2019 Verstappen's strongest F1 season

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner says that 2019 was Max Verstappen's best season to date – and the statistics back him up.

Zarco's 2020 move to Avintia finally announced

Johann Zarco's place at the Avintia Ducati squad for the 2020 MotoGP season has been officially confirmed, after he revealed last week that the deal was signed.

Ogier has no interest in reasons for Tanak's Toyota exit

Sebastien Ogier says he has no interest in speculating about the breakdown of Ott Tanak's relationship with Tommi Makinen's team.

Ed Carpenter Racing signs Daly, US Air Force

Conor Daly will compete in IndyCar road and street course races next year driving the U.S. Air Force-sponsored #20 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet, and will drive a third ECR car in the Indianapolis 500.

Russia GP chiefs confident sporting ban will not impact F1 race

Russian Grand Prix officials are confident that the future of the race is not under threat, despite a global ban on the country hosting major sporting events.

Starworks back in prototypes for 2020 IMSA season

Starworks Motorsport has committed to a four-race program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's LMP2 class, returning to the prototype ranks.

Russell completes 18-inch tyre test for Pirelli

Pirelli has completed its final two days of 18-inch Formula 1 tyre testing this year, with Mercedes and George Russell completing the 2019 programme in Abu Dhabi.

Dovizioso surprised to finish as 2019 runner-up

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says he was “surprised” to have beaten “a lot of champions with good bikes” to second place in the 2019 standings.