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More Supercars outings for F1 Brabham
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More Supercars outings for F1 Brabham

Repco is planning to showcase its Brabham BT19 Formula 1 car at more Supercars races this season.

Border threat to Townsville Supercars continues

The Townsville Supercars round continues to be threatened by border controls as Queensland extends its ban on travellers from Melbourne.

2021 Supercars Darwin Triple Crown session times and preview

The 2021 Supercars season will resume in Darwin this weekend courtesy of six teams spending two weeks in exile in New South Wales.

Keelan Harvick gives 'Monster' Father's Day gift to his dad Nashville
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Keelan Harvick gives 'Monster' Father's Day gift to his dad

Keelan Harvick wanted to give his dad, NASCAR star Kevin Harvick, something special this year for Father’s Day and it was a ‘Monster’ of a surprise for both of them.

Penske IndyCar aces are options for Porsche drives in 2023

Roger Penske says he hopes that his current IndyCar drivers will be part of the endurance race line-ups when Porsche Penske Motorsport's LMDh cars start competing in IMSA and WEC in 2023.

Wright Motorsports shuffles IMSA driver line-up

Wright Motorsports has replaced Ryan Hardwick with Trent Hindman as a full-time driver alongside Patrick Long in its GT Daytona class Porsche 911 GT3 R.

Mercedes postpones Grosjean Paul Ricard F1 test

The Mercedes Formula 1 team has postponed Romain Grosjean's Paul Ricard test due to travel restrictions between the United States and France.

Kimi Raikkonen: How the Iceman became an F1 legend

2021 marks the 20th anniversary of Kimi Raikkonen’s arrival in Formula 1, and what makes his story more compelling is that he is once again racing for the team with which he started his career.

NASCAR Pinty's Series will begin its 2021 season in August

After a delay due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the NASCAR Pinty’s Series in Canada plans to start its 2021 season in August.

Van der Linde "laughs" at GT3 specialist advantage in DTM

Audi driver Kelvin van der Linde says he "has to laugh" at suggestions that GT3 specialists will have an early advantage in the new era of the DTM, saying he expects the series’ veterans to be on the pace immediately.

Esteban Ocon signs new Alpine F1 deal until 2024

Esteban Ocon has signed a new three-year deal with the Alpine Formula 1 team, keeping the Frenchman at the Enstone outfit until the 2024 season.

Promoted: Dream of working in motorsport?

Formula E is one of the most innovative and exciting sports in the world, and one ambitious engineer could have the chance to be a part of one of its top teams for a season.

Kevin Magnussen to make IndyCar debut at Road America

Kevin Magnussen will drive the #7 Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet at this weekend’s ninth round of the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series.

Gasly: "Special" to return to French GP as an F1 race winner

Pierre Gasly says it will be “pretty special” to race in the French Grand Prix as a Formula 1 race winner for the first time this weekend at Paul Ricard.

What to watch for as the DTM's brave new era begins

The DTM has undergone its biggest overhaul since its 2000 revival as it has ditched Class One for GT3. While it means the new season has little in common with recent campaigns, there are still plenty of storylines to follow.

The F1 figures Red Bull and Mercedes can't afford to see again Prime

The F1 figures Red Bull and Mercedes can't afford to see again

OPINION: An interloper squad got amongst the title contenders during Formula 1’s street-circuit mini-break, where Red Bull left with the points lead in both championships. But, as the campaign heads back to purpose-built venues once again, how the drivers of the two top teams compare in one crucial area will be a major factor in deciding which squad stays in or retakes the top spot

Manuel Maldonado joins United Autosports for Le Mans debut

Venezuelan Manuel Maldonado, cousin of Formula 1 race winner Pastor, will make his Le Mans 24 Hours debut with the United Autosports LMP2 squad in August.

Redding: "No good points" to take from Misano WSBK

Ducati rider Scott Redding admits there were "no good points" about his performance last weekend at Misano, as he failed to score a podium for the first time in his World Superbike career.

The F1 tyre tricks that new clampdown will stamp out

Pirelli’s carefully worded statement on Baku’s Formula 1 tyre failures may not have explicitly blamed teams, but the strength of the FIA’s response tells us all we need to know.

Russell: F1 performance secondary to survival at old Williams

George Russell says performance was “secondary” during the Williams family’s final years owning its Formula 1 team while it fought to keep it afloat, something Dorilton Capital’s investment has reversed.

COVID-19 rules Campos driver Toth out of Paul Ricard F3 round

Campos Racing’s Laszlo Toth has been ruled out of this weekend’s FIA Formula 3 round at the Formula 1 French Grand Prix after testing positive for COVID-19.

The conflicts at the heart of F1's TV graphics push

Formula 1 fans have never had more information at their disposal when it comes to following the live action on grand prix weekends.

Monza WEC round to allow limited number of fans

Spectators will be allowed to return to the FIA World Endurance Championship at Monza next month for the first time in nearly 18 months.

Buhk to replace absent Paffett in opening DTM races

Factory Mercedes-AMG driver Maximilian Buhk will contest the opening two races of the DTM in 2021 for Mucke Motorsport in the absence of Gary Paffett.

Oliver Askew to sub for injured VeeKay at Road America Road America
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Oliver Askew to sub for injured VeeKay at Road America

Oliver Askew will drive for his second IndyCar team in a week when he hits Road America in the #21 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet, subbing for the injured Rinus VeeKay.

Penske: IMSA return to Indy “high on the list” of targets
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Penske: IMSA return to Indy “high on the list” of targets

Roger Penske says he expects Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course will be the venue for an IMSA race, while playing down the idea of an imminent return by Formula 1.

Dunlop expecting "curveballs" from new Supercars tyre

Dunlop is expecting its brand new super soft compound Supercars tyre to produce some "curveballs" when it debuts in Darwin this weekend.

IndyCar on reasons behind Detroit cautions, stoppages, non-calls

IndyCar has explained the reasoning behind some of the seemingly debatable decisions made during last weekend’s Detroit Grand Prix double-header.

F1 teams face new cold pressure tyre checks from French GP French GP
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F1 teams face new cold pressure tyre checks from French GP

The FIA is introducing new checks on tyres after they have been run from this weekend’s French Grand Prix to ensure Formula 1 teams are not running too low pressures.

Pirelli reveals findings from Baku F1 tyre failure investigation Azerbaijan GP
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Pirelli reveals findings from Baku F1 tyre failure investigation

Pirelli has concluded that the tyre failures that affected Max Verstappen and Lance Stroll at Formula 1’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix were likely caused by how their teams were running the tyres.

How a 'B' strategy still gave Kyle Larson an All-Star win

Kyle Larson earned his second NASCAR All-Star Race victory last weekend – and another $1 million paycheck – but for a while in the race his crew chief, Cliff Daniels, wasn’t certain Larson would be in the mix.

VeeKay’s Road America participation “pending” after injury Road America
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VeeKay’s Road America participation “pending” after injury

Rinus VeeKay has suffered a clavicle injury after a bicycle accident in training, his Ed Carpenter Racing team has revealed.

Tost: Gasly now one of the "absolutely top drivers" in F1

AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost believes that Pierre Gasly now deserves to be ranked among the top drivers on the Formula 1 grid.

Why Alfa's boss is up to the task of securing a stronger F1 future Prime

Why Alfa's boss is up to the task of securing a stronger F1 future

Two tenth places in recent races have lifted Alfa Romeo to the head of Formula 1's 'Class C' battle in 2021, but longer-term the Swiss-based squad has far loftier ambitions. With the new 2022 rules set to level out the playing field, team boss Frederic Vasseur has good reason to be optimistic, as he explained to in an exclusive interview

Cody Ware to make IndyCar race debut at Road America

NASCAR driver Cody Ware will race a second Dale Coyne Racing with RWR-Honda this weekend at Road America.

DTM 2021: Full list of drivers, teams and manufacturers

The new GT3 era of the DTM is about to get underway this weekend at Monza. Here's the full list of drivers, teams and manufacturers competing in the revamped series this year.

Calderon, Floersch set to race as a duo at Monza Monza
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Calderon, Floersch set to race as a duo at Monza

Tatiana Calderon and Sophia Floersch are set to become the first prototype drivers since 2018 to contest a six-hour FIA World Endurance Championship race as a duo next month at Monza.

How Barnard's revolutionary McLaren transformed F1 car construction Prime

How Barnard's revolutionary McLaren transformed F1 car construction

The MP4/1 was pioneering by choice, but a McLaren by chance. STUART CODLING relates the tangled (carbon fibre) weaves which led to the creation of one of motor racing’s defining cars

Rea 'has to accept' winless Misano WSBK weekend Misano
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Rea 'has to accept' winless Misano WSBK weekend

Kawasaki World Superbike star Jonathan Rea has conceded that he didn’t have the pace to fight for victory in Misano, describing the weekend as “damage limitation."

Tyre presssures in the spotlight as F1 awaits Pirelli Baku report
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Tyre presssures in the spotlight as F1 awaits Pirelli Baku report

Scrutiny over Formula 1 teams playing around with tyre pressures looks almost certain to ramp up in the wake of the failures that marred the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

WRC working on plan for 2022 USA event

The World Rally Championship is working on a plan to host a non-championship event in North America next year as it bids to secure a future WRC rally in the region.

Ricciardo: More forgiving tracks will help fast track my learning

Daniel Ricciardo believes that "more forgiving" Formula 1 tracks will help to speed up his learning process as he continues to adapt to the McLaren MCL35M.

Perez wants talks with drivers over ‘gentleman’s agreement’

Sergio Perez is eager for Formula 1 drivers to discuss the existing ‘gentleman’s agreement’ in qualifying, saying that not everyone is respecting the rule about overtaking on warm-up laps.

British GP to still welcome fans, but numbers may be restricted Canadian GP
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British GP to still welcome fans, but numbers may be restricted

Formula 1’s British Grand Prix will go ahead in front of fans this year in spite of the UK's extended lockdown, but numbers may be more restricted than originally planned.

Tandy, Vanthoor join KCMG for Spa 24h title defence 24 Hours of Spa
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Tandy, Vanthoor join KCMG for Spa 24h title defence

Nick Tandy and Laurens Vanthoor will defend their Spa 24 Hours title next month in a works-supported Porsche fielded by the KCMG squad.

Police looking for witnesses of fatal Finke crash

Northern Territory Police are looking for witnesses to the Finke Desert Race crash that claimed the life of a spectator on Monday.

Supercars teams cross Northern Territory border

The six Melbourne Supercars teams have began crossing the border into the Northern Territory following their two-week exile in New South Wales.

NTe Sport Audi returns for Six Hours of the Glen Watkins Glen
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NTe Sport Audi returns for Six Hours of the Glen

NTe Sport will return to IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship action in next week’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen, albeit with a different line-up than was seen in the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.

Mostert extends Walkinshaw Andretti United deal
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Mostert extends Walkinshaw Andretti United deal

Supercars race winner Chaz Mostert has extended his stay at Walkinshaw Andretti United with a new multi-year deal.

How Alpine's stunted Portimao charge kept Toyota clear

Despite going stride for stride for pace at Portimao, Alpine’s grandfathered LMP1 couldn’t convert pole position into a sustained victory fight against Toyota. And due to rules and car limitations that are set in stone, the French manufacturer will be searching for solutions in its own battle of endurance.

WRC not expecting new manufacturer until 2024 at the earliest

Manufacturers are continuing to investigate the World Rally Championship’s new hybrid regulations, but FIA Rally Director Yves Matton is not expecting a new marque to join until 2024 at the earliest.

Calado "quite surprised" to beat Porsche in Portimao

Ferrari's James Calado admits he was "quite surprised" to beat Porsche in Sunday's FIA WEC Portimao 8 Hours considering the pace advantage the German marque appeared to hold.

Russell would be "massive loss" for Williams if he left in 2022

Senior Williams Formula 1 figure Dave Robson says seeing George Russell leave at the end of the year would be a "massive loss", hailing his role in the team's turnaround.

Formula E reveals oval-based Mexico track layout

Formula E has unveiled the oval-based track layout, featuring a unique attack mode loop, that will be used for the first-ever Puebla E-Prix for which 10,000 spectators will permitted.

Alpine chasing answers on lack of F1 race pace

Alpine has admitted it is still chasing answers as to why its current Formula 1 car is quite strong in qualifying but lacking in race pace.

How Red Bull's next F1 hopeful turned around his season Baku Prime

How Red Bull's next F1 hopeful turned around his season

Having impressed in Formula 3, Juri Vips looked to be next cab off the rank in Red Bull's prestigious Junior Team before his 2020 schedule was dealt a heavy blow by the COVID-19 pandemic. After a tough start to life in Formula 2, Vips is showing signs of a recovery - could he be the first Estonian to reach Formula 1?

Why Red Bull reject Kvyat believes he deserves another F1 chance

Daniil Kvyat has not given up on a Formula 1 comeback, and the Russian's current role as Alpine reserve has at least given him a foot in the door.

Da Costa revels in "amazing" home win after JOTA battle

JOTA LMP2 driver Antonio Felix da Costa says his first international home win at the WEC 8 Hours of Portimao "feels amazing" after passing teammate Tom Blomqvist for the lead at the end of the race.

Rinaldi: Misano WSBK wins silence critics who 'bashed me'

Michael Ruben Rinaldi feels his double win at Misano will serve to silence those critics who were “bashing” him following a lacklustre start to his first World Superbike season with Ducati.

Red Bull has no doubts of Mercedes F1 fightback

Red Bull and its engine partner Honda are bracing themselves for a Mercedes fightback after two difficult race weekends for the Formula 1 world champion team.