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Pat Symonds race engineered Michael Schumacher to his first two Formula 1 World Championships, but what made the seven-time champ so special both in and out of the cockpit?
Retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. will pace the field to the green flag in the Daytona 500 in a truck for the first time.
Robert Kubica says the rule changes being introduced for the 2019 season are coming at the “perfect” time for his return to Formula 1.
Formula 1 teams are no strangers to tying up with mobile phone companies, but McLaren’s new partnership with Chinese smartphone company OnePlus has taken things to the next level.
Japanese driver Takuma Koga is changing teams in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West next season.
Network airings look a lot like this past season with one notable change to start the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs in Las Vegas.
Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo has admitted he was "very close" to retiring before he sealed a deal with Honda.
Carlos Sainz says a presentation his new McLaren team gave him when he arrived at Woking has left him convinced the team knows what it needs to do to return to the front of the Formula 1 grid.
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Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves and one-time Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi will join the Race of Champions field in Mexico, representing Team Brazil.
The inaugural winner of gamer-to-racer contest GT Academy, Lucas Ordonez, has announced he is ending his decade-long relationship with Nissan.
Motorsport.com's panel of experts pick their highs, lows, surprises and laments from the 2018 Formula 1 season.
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.