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Supercars star Will Davison has revealed that he was once grabbed by the throat during a heated exchange with rival-turned-friend Will Power.
Multiple Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop will return to the Isle of Man’s Southern 100 races in a fortnight's time, despite suffering a “serious” injury in a Rally Donegal crash that will mean he misses this weekend’s Pikes Peak Hillclimb in the USA.
Stewart-Haas Racing’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Kevin Harvick has spoken out about his team’s winless streak this season, and admits “we just chose the wrong direction to start the year”.
Ford shouldn't point to Balance of Performance for its failure to have won the title in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's GT Le Mans class, believes Richard Westbrook.
Toyota's FIA World Endurance Championship team director Rob Leupen admits that working with Fernando Alonso meant "a few sparks" during their hugely successful campaign together – which resulted in two Le Mans 24 Hours wins and Alonso's third world title.
Winfield Racing School graduates battled at the front of the FIA French F4 Championship field during round three at Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium on 21-23 June.
That ZX10-RR rolled over, but refused to sit or stay.
Increasingly, automotive and motorsport organisations are enjoying greater gender diversity within their workforces, and initiatives such as International Women in Engineering Day 2019 (celebrated earlier this month) are encouraging more females to consider engineering as a career.
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Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says the door back to MotoGP in 2020 "is more closed" now, as the marque looks set to retain its current line-up.
Lewis Hamilton's unfiltered thoughts on Formula 1's governance, and commitment to improving the championship, should mark him out as F1's greatest asset - yet his value continues to be misjudged
Lewis Hamilton spoke his mind on the state of F1 at last weekend's French Grand Prix, highlighting where it has gone wrong in the past, who he feels is responsible, and who he believes needs to fix it.
Lucas di Grassi maintains that resetting the order of the pack following the first-corner crash in Formula E's Swiss E-Prix to the starting grid positions was "super unfair".
Ferrari will bring more developments to the Austrian Grand Prix in a bid to get more answers about its Formula 1 car's performance, after previous upgrades underdelivered.
McLaren says it takes no relief from closest rival Renault having failed to make a big step forward with its new update package at the French Grand Prix.