Ferrari has lodged a request for the FIA to review the decision to punish Sebastian Vettel for his actions at the Canadian Grand Prix, as predicted by Motorsport.com.
Triple Eight boss Roland Dane says he expects the parity "slip-up" with Ford's new Mustang to be corrected before the 2020 season, without Supercars resorting to costly wind tunnel testing.
Paul Ricard offers a unique set of challenges to a Formula 1 car, allowing fans to witness both man and machine stressed to their limits. Motorsport Live looks at the demands of this very special track and the characteristics that make it a great showcase for the modern grand prix car.
Graham Rahal is to run a throwback livery at this weekend’s race at Road America to celebrate his team owner and father Bobby Rahal’s role in Honda’s participation in top-rank U.S. open-wheel racing.
McLaren believes that the true benefit of the team changes it made last year will only be shown with its 2020 car, even though it has made good progress this season.
Valentino Rossi has spoken out against the tight Turn 10 left-hander of the Barcelona circuit where he was taken out in the Catalan Grand Prix, the Italian dubbing it "supermarket parking".
Oliver Gavin says he finds it baffling that Corvette stablemate Marcel Fassler was judged to blame for the crash that eliminated the #64 car from the Le Mans 24 Hours.
After Sebastian Vettel made another mistake that led to his penalty in Canada, should Ferrari replace him? Should bargeboards be banned? What should be Formula 1's future engine technology? Our technical expert answers your questions
Veloce Esports has won the first-ever Le Mans Esports Series, overturning a pre-race 15-second deficit to win the final race of the 24-hour Super Final.
This weekend, Corvette celebrates its 20th consecutive start at the Le Mans 24 Hours. There would be no greater birthday present for the American manufacturer than a ninth class win at La Sarthe, but the team is just as proud of its enduring legacy as it is of its past success.
Former Ferrari Formula 1 driver and 11-time grand prix winner Rubens Barrichello has, in conjunction with bespoke watchmaker Artisans de Geneve, launched his own reimagined version of the Rolex Daytona.
With the Texas Motor Speedway race in the books and the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team having received another couple of adrenaline shots from its performance there, team technical director Todd Malloy assesses the race in the Lone Star state and the season so far, and sets near-term targets. By David Malsher.
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Young Canadian driver Raphael Lessard finished ninth at Iowa Speedway in first race driving for DGR-Crosley in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series.
Andrea Iannone says Aprilia test rider Bradley Smith, who collided with teammate Aleix Espargaro on lap one, was acting “really dangerous” in the MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix.
The crew of the #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid that dominated last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours before losing victory with an hour to go reverted to its 2018 set-up before the race.
Toyota Gazoo Racing chief engineer Tom Fowler has confirmed a steering problem ruled Ott Tanak out of Rally Italy victory on Sunday.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner says he cannot get more "annoyed" about his team's misfortunes in the 2019 Formula 1 season.
The teams continue to wage a technical war on one another, as a slew of new parts arrived in Canada that they hoped would boost their respective performances. Here, we delve into those changes and see how more often than not they’re mimicking one another’s design direction.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Montreal pitlane at the Canadian Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
Giorgio Piola has been at the forefront of F1’s technical coverage throughout his career, helping to make the complex sport we love a little easier to understand. In this series of articles dedicated to his illustrative genius, we’ll uncover the cars that have captured his imagination.
The Monaco Grand Prix marked a significant milestone for Formula 1’s pre-eminent technical journalist, as Giorgio Piola covered his 814th Grand Prix – making it his 50th year covering the sport!