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With just a handful of laps to go in Santiago, Maximilian Gunther appeared to have lost his shot at a maiden Formula E victory. His response to that, which included a sensational overtake to reclaim the lead, proves why BMW's new star is one to watch
Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko says he has no regrets about letting Carlos Sainz part ways with the energy drink giant, as he does not rate Sainz as highly as Max Verstappen.
BTCC driver Matt Neal has been involved in a mountain bike incident from which he has sustained multiple fractures and a collapsed lung.
Spend the day car shopping with Nico.
Sandro Cortese will take the place of the injured Leon Camier in this week's first World Superbike test of the 2020 season at Jerez.
Antonio Felix da Costa says his DS Techeetah team gave him “either incomplete or wrong information” regarding his battery temperature, which he feels cost him a potential Formula E victory in Santiago.
Mercedes driver Nyck de Vries lost a maiden Formula E podium in Santiago because the battery coolant his team added to his car ahead of the race was too cold.
Mazda Team Joest has "by far" its best-ever package ahead of this year's Rolex 24 at Daytona as it seeks to convert its strong performance in the Roar test, claims Harry Tincknell.
Pierre Gasly felt he was in a Hollywood movie at times last year as he experienced an incredible season of highs and lows in Formula 1.
FIA President Jean Todt says people who work in Formula 1 should not complain about the calendar expanding in future, and instead acknowledge how fortunate they are to be involved in the sport.
BMW’s Maximilian Gunther passed DS Techeetah’s Antonio Felix da Costa on the final lap to win a stunning Santiago E-Prix battle, the third round of the 2019-20 season at the O’Higgins Park venue.