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Former Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski believes NASCAR’s shorter race formats, with no qualifying nor practice, is ideal for midweek races – regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic that created the requirement for them.
Silverstone’s hopes of hosting Formula 1 races this year have taken a further boost after the UK government declared the resumption of sport behind closed doors from Monday, June 1.
Ferrari Formula 1 star Charles Leclerc will make his virtual rallycross debut in the first round of the World Rallycross Championship’s four-round Esports Invitational Series at the Yas Marina Circuit on Sunday.
Formula 1’s turbo-hybrid powertrain regulations are too complex and expensive for any new manufacturers to consider joining the championship, says Motorsport UK chief David Richards.
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser is to receive a miniature Borg-Warner Trophy 50 years after his first victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Carroll Shelby Foundation and the First Responders Children’s Foundation are to raise money to benefit families on the front lines battling COVID-19 by auctioning memorabilia including items from the Ford v Ferrari movie.
Formula 1 stars Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi will share a GTE-spec Ferrari 488 in the Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours.
For now, the Italian OEM is focusing on its small-capacity line.
We've heard the rumor before, but there's evidence to suggest it could happen.
Williams wants to complete the process of finding investors, or even new owners, for its Formula 1 team in the next three or four months.
The wait is nearly over.
DTM race-winner Manuel Reuter believes that the series made “exactly the same mistakes” as the International Touring Car Championship by putting its focus on engineering that raised costs for entrants.
The World Superbike Championship has issued an update on the 2020 calendar amid the coronavirus crisis, with the first round since the Phillip Island season opener now locked in for early August.
Mercedes has made it clear that it fully plans to remain in Formula 1 as a 'works team' and will continue with current team principal Toto Wolff beyond 2020.
Williams plans to reveal a new livery before the start of the Formula 1 season, in the wake of it terminating its title sponsorship deal with ROKiT.
Racing Point will not turn into a “monster” Formula 1 team when it becomes the Aston Martin works operation in 2021, according to technical chief Andrew Green.
The MotoGP races at Silverstone and Phillip Island have been called off, bringing the total number of race cancellations in 2020 up to five.
The Ferrari Driver Academy will team up with Motorsport Australia to establish an Asia-Pacific base in Sydney.