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Chip Ganassi says he would prefer to stay with Ford should the company continue in IMSA and/or WEC, but intends for his team’s sportscar arm to continue.
Isle of Man TT organisers the ACU has announced a series of procedural changes for the 2019 event, following the inquiry into the rider/course car collision last year.
Fabio Quartararo's strong start to life as a MotoGP rider has come as a surprise to his Petronas Yamaha squad, says team manager Wilco Zeelenberg.
George Russell says it is understandable under-pressure Red Bull juniors drive at “120 percent” given the programme's "cut-throat" history, but believes fellow Formula 1 rookie Alex Albon can thrive this year.
Ferrari must ensure its Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto is not overwhelmed by his responsibilities and consider recruiting a secondary figure to help deal with politics, says Gerhard Berger.
Tom Luthi has described his tough season in MotoGP as a "good school" for his return to Moto2 this year, following his victory last weekend at Austin.
McLaren Formula 1 sporting director Gil de Ferran says his team is under no illusion about the "long road" to recovery it still faces, despite the progress it has made with its car this year.
Erebus owner Betty Klimenko has admitted that she initially didn't want the team to sign rising Supercars star Anton De Pasquale.
Historic Circuit Ricardo Tormo course will host NASCAR Whelen Euro Series until at least 2024 with new agreement.
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The R-Motorsport squad that is running the Aston Martin Vantage in the DTM this year has obtained permission to catch up on its allocation of test days during the season.
Stoffel Vandoorne will contest the final two races of the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship season with the SMP Racing LMP1 team, replacing Jenson Button at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Maximilian Gunther will continue with the Dragon Racing team for the next ABB FIA Formula E Championship round in Paris rather than handing back to Felipe Nasr as expected.
Ferrari hopes Alfa Romeo will switch to new control electronics as soon as possible following the failures that have hit Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi in successive Formula 1 races.
Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green says that the Silverstone outfit has "to be patient" as it awaits the first big upgrade package of 2019 in Barcelona.
Pol Espargaro says he is "super-excited" by KTM's potential in MotoGP this year, after claiming the Austrian marque's best dry-weather result to date at Austin.
Porsche ABB FIA Formula E team manager Amiel Lindesay says adapting to the electric series’ reduced team size compared to its old LMP1 squad is a “huge challenge”.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it is wrong to suggest he is "suspicious" about what Ferrari is up to with fuel.
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Former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger believes that the Maranello team has "got it wrong" with calls favouring Sebastian Vettel over Charles Leclerc in the early races of the 2019 season.