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The pioneer's successor charged with making FE grow up Prime

The pioneer's successor charged with making FE grow up

There's been a change on high at Formula E ahead of 2019/20, with ex-Manchester United and Los Angeles Rams executive Jamie Reigle becoming Alejandro Agag's successor as CEO. Motorsport.com sat down for a world-first interview with the new boss

William Byron to 'keep fighting' following end of playoff run

William Byron’s NASCAR playoff run is over but there’s still time to build on his career-best season.

Harvick: "We still have to beat the Gibbs cars" for title shot

To say Kevin Harvick was disappointed with how his weekend at Kansas Speedway turned out is clearly an understatement.

Carlin – defining perseverance in a weird second IndyCar season

Plenty of hope and promise, not enough points and too many drivers – Carlin’s sophomore season in the NTT IndyCar Series was bewildering. The one constant was its team principal’s determination and his employees’ hunger for success. Trevor Carlin tells David Malsher how the team got through it and how the work ethic hasn’t changed for 2020.

With Talladega win, Ryan Blaney "playing on house money"

Much like Kyle Larson’s victory at Dover, Ryan Blaney’s Talladega win Monday has turned his 2019 season upside down – and that’s a good thing.

Austin Hill thinking Truck title but "here to win Talladega"

Austin Hill believes he can win the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series title but it’s not his most immediate goal.

Daniel Hemric on 2020: "I think I will land on my feet"

Daniel Hemric hopes his future in NASCAR will become clearer in the next week or two as more opportunities have materialized.

Insight: How the F1 paddock is tackling the typhoon threat

Racing Point sporting director Andy Stevenson talks Motorsport.com through the measures taken by teams and the FIA to keep staff safe and equipment intact during Saturday's expected Typhoon Hagibis arrival.

DiBenedetto: "We have been contending like a playoff car"

Matt DiBenedetto didn’t make the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs but that hasn’t slowed his progress at Leavine Family Racing.

NASCAR's Phelps "very excited" to see Gen-7 car on track

NASCAR’s next generation race car gets its first on-track test this week and but don’t expect any sneak peeks. 

Lorenzo Q&A: "Sometimes my best is disappointing"

Three-time MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo's first season with Honda has so far proven a crushing disappointment. Speaking to Oriol Puigdemont, he opens up about a disastrous 2019 campaign, and what the future holds.

Alex Bowman "moving forward" after run-in with Bubba Wallace

Having survived the first round of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, Alex Bowman is focused more on performance than his run-in with driver Bubba Wallace last weekend at Charlotte.

The irregular and rocky rise to a Red Bull F1 seat Prime

The irregular and rocky rise to a Red Bull F1 seat

Alexander Albon has traced an unusually difficult path Formula 1, but an impressive start to his rookie season has yielded a fast-track promotion to Red Bull. James Roberts sat down the son of a former touring car racer to discuss his ascent from karting to the highest echelon of motorsport...

Chase Elliott: "We’re a stronger team now than we’ve ever been"

Chase Elliott won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race but may have come away with something much more important.

With "goal accomplished," William Byron looks for more at Dover

William Byron didn’t pick up his first NASCAR Cup Series win Sunday but he did advance in the playoffs and continues to impress his team owner.

Alex Bowman: "Pretty unacceptable" to miss next playoff round

Alex Bowman knows what needs to be done to advance to the next round of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and he’s making no excuses.

Stenhouse "blindsided" by firing from Roush Fenway

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. seems just as surprised as everyone else that he will not be back with Roush Fenway Racing in 2020.

Why Kubica’s amazing F1 comeback went wrong Prime

Why Kubica’s amazing F1 comeback went wrong

For Robert Kubica it's been uphill all the way in his long-awaited return to Formula 1 after a debilitating physical injury. But things are getting better and, even though it won't be at Williams, he's keen to stay in F1, he tells Stuart Codling

Daniel Hemric wants his next NASCAR move to be "a big one"

Daniel Hemric doesn’t know his next stop in NASCAR but has been “blown away” by the support he’s received over the past week.

Kevin Harvick's playoff plan: "Hammer away race by race"

Off to a strong start in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, don’t expect Kevin Harvick to coast to the next round.

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault Prime

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault

For five years Cyril Abiteboul has been in charge of Renault's Formula 1 presence. The hybrid era put Abiteboul at odds with his counterpart at Red Bull, and prompted Renault to return in force to prove itself again as a manufacturer. But as he explains to Stuart Codling, his career has been eventful even before this latest chapter

Truex's Las Vegas win a reminder "this is what we can do"

Martin Truex Jr. knows people have been asking where his No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team has been lately, even early in Sunday’s race at Las Vegas.

Bubba Wallace: "We get paid to race, not fall in line"

Bubba Wallace isn’t the first to criticize drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series who complain about hard racing from competitors but he may be among the most vocal.

Smith "very keen" to be KTM's Zarco replacement

Bradley Smith admits he is “very keen” on the possibility to return to the factory KTM MotoGP outfit for 2020 following Johann Zarco’s decision to leave the team.