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Toyota driver Ott Tanak says he is "taking more care" and avoiding "unnecessary risk" in a bid to turn around his fortunes and win a first WRC title this year.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he is already preparing himself for "disappointment" in Baku, with the track’s characteristics worse for his car than recent venues.
Andrea Dovizioso says MotoGP rival Valentino Rossi “changed his mentality” in his time in the premier class, and believes the Yamaha rider would've “destroyed himself” otherwise.
Nick Cassidy says winning the opening round of the 2019 Super Formula season at Suzuka felt “absolutely incredible”, given that he was hobbled by “strange” issues all weekend.
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Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding opened his 2019 British Superbike campaign with what he described as a “not deserved” podium finish at Silverstone.
As the FIA continues to refine its vision of the 2019 aero regulations, three Formula 1 teams have been forced to alter their front wing designs.
The Autodromo di Monza is fast approaching its centenary. Within the Formula 1 era, bar 1980 when the race moved to Imola, Monza has been a staple of the F1 calendar. Motorsport Live explains why you should put the Italian Grand Prix on your go-to list.
Ronald Ten Kate says Honda did not offer a “motivated” answer for why it split with the Dutch World Superbike team towards the end of last year.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto says the way that Mick Schumacher approaches his job reminds him of the young driver’s father Michael.
DS Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne says “something needs to change” with the consistency of ABB FIA Formula E full course yellow penalties after he was penalised for an infringement in Rome.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari faces a vital few weeks in which it must establish how to develop its car over the middle part of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
TOM’S driver Nick Cassidy pulled off a strategic gamble from 12th on the grid to take an unlikely victory in the opening round of 2019 Super Formula season at Suzuka.
IndyCar rookie Marcus Ericsson says he enjoyed his first test on an oval, at Texas Motor Speedway, but admitted it that there was “so much to learn” and that “it’s one thing to talk about it, but another to actually do it.”
Ahead of the season-opening race to be held during Memorial Day weekend, Motorsport.com will feature drivers from each team that were drafted earlier this year.