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Valentino Rossi "has perhaps hung around a little bit too long" in MotoGP according to his former crew chief Jeremy Burgess.
Antonio Giovinazzi says fighting for his Formula 1 future is the same experience as his entire career, as is being considered "shit" one race and a "hero" the next.
Citroen will not use the radical World Rally Championship aero upgrades it recently tested on this week's Rally of Spain.
Thirty years ago today, it happened: Lap 47 of the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix and Ayrton Senna lunges to the inside of McLaren teammate – and Formula 1 World Championship rival – Alain Prost. What happened next would not only cause huge controversy at the time, and define that year’s title, but spark a fire that would rage for years.
Leon Camier has secured a deal to remain on the World Superbike grid in 2020, teaming up with Ducati privateer outfit Barni.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes has "no hope" of challenging Ferrari on Mexico's straights this weekend, as he has his first opportunity to wrap up his sixth Formula 1 world championship.
How did the word 'debris' spark such a fierce furore at Mount Panorama? We attempt to answer that and other burning questions about the 2019 Great Race scandal.
William Byron’s NASCAR playoff run is over but there’s still time to build on his career-best season.
To say Kevin Harvick was disappointed with how his weekend at Kansas Speedway turned out is clearly an understatement.
Kevin Magnussen says pinpointing problems is harder to do with the current generation of grand prix cars, because they handle so well.
BMW says it has no concerns over its driver line-up for the first pair of joint races between SUPER GT and DTM at Fuji Speedway in November.
Formula E testing is now complete and examining the short and long-run data as well as 'simulated' races suggests one manufacturer has gone from being on the backfoot to an early advantage for 2019/20
Max Verstappen reckons Red Bull-Honda will only get podium finishes at best in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season and cannot see further chances to win grands prix.
Jorge Lorenzo says he "found something" in the latter stages of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, which he described as his best MotoGP outing since his return from injury.