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Motorsport.com continues its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing this year with the story behind Formula E’s step forwards with its Gen2 car.
Marcus Ericsson believes he is leaving Formula 1 at the end of his strongest year in grand prix racing.
Jay Frye joined IndyCar in 2013 and moves into top position with the organization as part of restructuring announced Monday by Hulman and Company.
FIA World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson says it is “highly unlikely” that he will defend his back-to-back driver’s crowns in the series next season.
The DTM must continue its push to attract more manufacturers and teams to join the series to ensure its 'stability', believes BMW motorsport boss Jens Marquardt.
Pol Espargaro says he won't be "offended" if Dani Pedrosa criticises the KTM MotoGP bike after he tests it for the first time this week.
Fernando Alonso's input on the 2019 McLaren Formula 1 car would be "very valuable" to the team, driver Lando Norris says.
The key technical differences between Mercedes and Ferrari and how they defined the 2018 Formula 1 title battle are scrutinised in our special analysis of their respective challengers.
Sebastien Buemi says he was not in the same league on pace as the DS Techeetah squad that lost a likely one-two finish in the Ad Diriyah E-Prix.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing this year continues with the shock news of G-Drive Racing's disqualification from the Le Mans 24 Hours after its dominant LMP2 class victory.
Jorge Lorenzo will have "no excuses" for losing out to Marc Marquez in the Honda MotoGP stable next season, believes 500cc legend Mick Doohan.
As part of its continued development as a team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, StarCom Racing has purchased a charter and signed a driver for the 2019 season.
DragonSpeed has confirmed a part-time 2019 IndyCar programme with the intention of going full-time the following year.
We’ve all know Sebastien Bourdais can boost an IndyCar team to victory lane, and Dale Coyne Racing has surrounded him with top engineering talent. But will that be enough to beat Ganassi, Penske and Andretti teams over the long haul? David Malsher investigates.