Singapore GP's sleep challenges
Ocon on Hamilton/Alonso rivalry
Quartararo not enjoying riding bike
Johnson retires from fulltime racing

As Formula 1 returns to Singapore this week, the focus for everyone working in the sport will be on sleep, and how to get enough.

Esteban Ocon thinks it ‘strange’ that not everyone appreciates the speed and results he has shown in Formula 1 – especially considering he is up against Fernando Alonso.

MotoGP championship leader Fabio Quartararo admits his struggles with the Yamaha in 2022 have led to him "not enjoying riding a bike in a race for a long time".

Seven-time NASCAR champion and IndyCar sophomore Jimmie Johnson has announced he is to step down from full-time racing in 2023.

How its faltering first turbo car advanced a Williams-Honda glory era Prime

How its faltering first turbo car advanced a Williams-Honda glory era

Stuart Codling charts the development of the Williams FW09, the ugly duckling that heralded the start of the title-winning Williams-Honda partnership

Formula 1
Sep 25, 2022
The Moss-Ferrari farce that current F1 drivers are thankfully spared Prime

The Moss-Ferrari farce that current F1 drivers are thankfully spared

Recent moves within the driver market have reminded Maurce Hamilton of a time when contracts weren’t worth the paper they weren’t written on…

Formula 1
Sep 24, 2022
The seven factors powering Verstappen's 2022 F1 domination Prime

The seven factors powering Verstappen's 2022 F1 domination

After a tooth and nail and, at times, toxic Formula 1 world championship scrap last year, Max Verstappen's march to a second consecutive title has been the exact opposite. But has he really changed in 2022? Here's a dive into what factors have played a crucial role, both inside the Verstappen camp and elsewhere, in the Dutch driver's domination.

Formula 1
Sep 23, 2022
NASCAR admits missing Byron/Hamlin clash under caution, but will review it Texas II
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NASCAR admits missing Byron/Hamlin clash under caution, but will review it

NASCAR's Sr. Vice President of Competition Scott Miller admits race control missed the contact between William Byron and Denny Hamlin under yellow at Texas on Sunday night that sent Hamlin spinning through the infield.

McLaren chases "big step" for F1 2023 car to avoid recovery repeat

McLaren says it needs a "big step" with its 2023 Formula 1 car this winter, as it cannot go through another year of playing catch up during the campaign.

Bortolotti questions why DTM ran qualifying in "undriveable" conditions

Lamborghini driver Mirko Bortolotti doesn’t understand why DTM didn’t cancel Sunday’s qualifying session after torrential rain had made it “undriveable” at the Red Bull Ring.

Marquez: Japanese GP first MotoGP race where “I didn’t feel pain"

Marc Marquez says Sunday’s MotoGP Japanese Grand Prix was the first race since badly breaking his right arm in 2020 where “I didn’t feel pain during the race”.

Nineties throwback for DJR at Bathurst

Dick Johnson Racing is throwing it back to 1998 with a special livery for the Bathurst 1000.

Why F1 has held back on "unfair" early sustainable fuel switch

Formula 1 has nailed its flag to the mast in mapping out a long-term future revolving around hybrid engines running on fully sustainable fuels.

S5000 blocked from racing at Bathurst

Motorsport Australia has effectively blocked S5000 from racing at Mount Panorama during the Bathurst International later this year.

Alesi penalty points result in TOM'S Autopolis grid drop

The #36 TOM'S Toyota crew will serve a four-place grid penalty in this weekend's Autopolis SUPER GT round after Giuliano Alesi surpassed six penalty points.

Hamlin will "add it to the list" after run-in with Byron Texas II
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Hamlin will "add it to the list" after run-in with Byron

Denny Hamlin and William Byron collided under both green and under yellow-flag conditions during Sunday's wild NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Reddick wins Texas Cup race plagued by tire failures Texas II
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Reddick wins Texas Cup race plagued by tire failures

Tyler Reddick survived a chaotic 500-miler at Texas Motor Speedway, taking victory.

Gagne beats Petrucci to MotoAmerica crown

Yamaha's Jake Gagne beat season-long rival Danilo Petrucci to MotoAmerica title honours in last weekend's season finale at Barber Motorsports Park.

Playoff stars Elliott, Bell suffer Texas NASCAR Cup wrecks Texas II
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Playoff stars Elliott, Bell suffer Texas NASCAR Cup wrecks

NASCAR Cup Series playoff contenders Chase Elliott and Christopher Bell suffered wrecks caused by blown tires in Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway.

BTCC Silverstone: Ingram narrows points gap to Sutton with win

Tom Ingram beat Ash Sutton to victory in the final race of the day in the penultimate round of the British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone.

Larson on possible Texas changes: "Anything would be better"

While looking ahead to Sunday's crucial playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway, reigning NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Larson is also looking further ahead to the future of the 25-year-old race track.

Alfa Romeo CEO: “No hurry” to decide F1 future beyond 2023

Alfa Romeo CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato says the company is in “no hurry” to make a call on its long-term future in Formula 1.

BTCC Silverstone: Hill beats Butcher to win Race 2

Jake Hill moved himself to just two points off the British Touring Car Championship points lead at Silverstone by defeating Rory Butcher in the second race at Silverstone.

DTM Red Bull Ring: Preining wins thriller, van der Linde struggles Red Bull Ring
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DTM Red Bull Ring: Preining wins thriller, van der Linde struggles

Thomas Preining clinched Porsche’s third victory in the DTM with an impressive drive in wet-to-dry conditions at the Red Bull Ring, as championship leader Sheldon van der Linde failed to break inside the points for a second race in succession.

Barcelona WSBK: Bautista completes treble win on home turf

Alvaro Bautista made it a hat-trick of World Superbike victories on home turf at Barcelona with an imperious ride to his 11th win of the season in Sunday's finale.

BTCC Silverstone: Butcher holds off Hill to win opening race

Rory Butcher soaked up massive pressure from Jake Hill to take his first victory of the 2022 British Touring Car Championship season in the opening race of the penultimate round at Silverstone. 

Steiner: Colin McRae was “the most gifted driver I ever met”

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner reckons the late world rally champion Colin McRae was the “most gifted driver” he ever met during his motorsport career that began in rallying. 

The time lag of ideas that offers intrigue over F1's future fight Prime

The time lag of ideas that offers intrigue over F1's future fight

The pecking order in 2022's Formula 1 season may look pretty static as the season draws to a close, but the unique nature of the cost cap means that preparation for next season takes precedence. New developments are being pushed back to 2023, which could mask the technical development war ongoing...

The surprise biggest indicator of Ferrari's 2022 F1 points downfall Prime

The surprise biggest indicator of Ferrari's 2022 F1 points downfall

Looking back to the early races of 2022 and Ferrari’s challenge to Red Bull and Max Verstappen was going better than many expected. But it has lost so much ground a surprise rival can even pip Charles Leclerc to runner-up in the standings if given the chance

The trait Vandoorne rediscovered to claim Formula E's era-ending title Prime

The trait Vandoorne rediscovered to claim Formula E's era-ending title

After Nyck de Vries was crowned Formula E champion in 2021, his Mercedes teammate Stoffel Vandoorne stepped forward this season as the Gen2 era and his team bowed out. As he did on the way to the GP2 crown in 2015, the Belgian achieved a peerless level of consistency and was only outside the points once, with his sole win in Monaco sufficient to head off a chasing pack headed by Mitch Evans

The unique advantage Ducati must now use to win the 2022 MotoGP title

Ducati has littered the grid with eight strong motorcycles that has ensured it has had at least one rider stand on the podium at every grand prix in 2022. The drama of the Aragon Grand Prix has thrust Francesco Bagnaia well and truly into title contention with five races to go, and Ducati must now consider utilising a unique strength it has so far been reticent to embrace