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Former Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta has signed a deal with United Autosports to compete in the 2018/19 Asian Le Mans season.
Ex-Formula 1 drivers Pascal Wehrlein and Jerome d’Ambrosio will compete for Mahindra Racing in the 2018/19 Formula E championship.
Lilly Diabetes, which has partnered with Roush Fenway Racing since the 2013 NASCAR Xfinity Series season with Ryan Reed, will cease their sponsorship at the conclusion of 2018.
Aric Almirola had led more laps this season, he had been in better positions to earn wins, but the sweetest takeaway from Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway on Sunday was the victory.
Ex-Formula 1 champion Jenson Button believes he lost a likely first FIA World Endurance Championship podium finish at Fuji as a result of more SMP Racing reliability trouble.
After setting himself apart as one of the ‘Big 3’ throughout most of the NASCAR Cup Series season, reigning series champion Martin Truex Jr. is in danger of falling out of playoffs.
Renault Sport has followed up on its threat to press on with its Regional Formula 3-style series in 2019, despite losing the FIA World Motor Sport Council vote to an Italian bid.
Valentino Rossi has conceded that his MotoGP records are in danger if Marc Marquez continues his current form.
Sauber’s development rate this season has transforming the team from a backmarker into a midfield challenger.
Toyota’s advantage over its LMP1 rivals in the FIA World Endurance Championship is mainly down to the Japanese marque’s perfect race execution, reckons Fernando Alonso.
Formula 1 risks losing one of its current manufacturers if the escalating costs of engine development are not cut in the near future, fears Renault.
Newly-crowned DTM Gary Paffett feared that he had a loose wheel during the title-deciding second race at Hockenheim, which made his team call him into the pits earlier than planned.