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In 2018, the junior single-seater scene was full of exciting talent, shown best by Mercedes, Red Bull and McLaren each bringing an F2 star into Formula 1. Motorsport.com ranks the top 20 youngsters of the year.
Lewis Hamilton says he is “more intrigued to learn something new” than take the “super-easy” option of continuing to work in Formula 1 once he stops racing.
The name comes from Battista Pininfarina, founder of the famous coachbuilder.
A number of Supercars stars will debut a series-first helmet design feature next season, with Chaz Mostert, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen among those to introduce custom colours for cheek pads.
Toni Vilander will partner Cooper MacNeil in the WeatherTech Racing-sponsored Ferrari 488 GT3 in the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's GT Daytona class.
Triple Eight team manager Mark Dutton says the squad will review both its own procedures and those used by rivals as it looks to extinguish a run of costly pitlane mistakes.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. still has an “itch” to drive but these days he’s more concerned with working to become a better TV broadcaster.
Media and organizers tour the Formula E street circuit created for the race, which takes place this weekend.
Hunter McElrea will compete for next year’s USF2000 championship after beating 18 competitors to earn the third annual Mazda Road to Indy $200K Scholarship Shootout.
Ryan Hardwick, Lamborghini Super Trofeo North American and World Champion, will join reigning IMSA GTD champion outfit Paul Miller Racing for the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Formula 1-bound Andreas Seidl would have taken a new role with overall control of motorsport at Porsche had he remained with the German manufacturer.
Pirelli has revealed its compound choices for the first four races of the 2019 Formula 1 season, marking the first time that the new simplified designation of hard, medium and soft has been used.