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KTM rider Pol Espargaro says he wants to have no input on his MotoGP teammate for 2020, but believes whoever is chosen should show dedication and willingness to "suffer".
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul is confident that none of the big teams will try to "hijack" Formula's 2021 rule changes at a crunch meeting in Paris on Wednesday.
Supercars race director Tim Schenken addressed drivers and teams about the New Zealand Safety Car controversy in the lead-up to the Bathurst 1000.
New IMSA president John Doonan says that encouraging cooperation between sportscar governing bodies to aid teams who want to participate in more than one series is on his wish list.
Josef Newgarden says he grew accustomed to IndyCar’s aeroscreen after just 30-40 laps of Richmond Raceway, as he and Scott Dixon began testing at the 0.75-mile oval which returns to the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020.
This is the video that Supercars pitched to the Bathurst Regional Council as part of its unsuccessful bid for a new event at Mount Panorama.
Ross Chastain will have the opportunity to compete for a NASCAR championship next season.
Andretti Autosport, the team that took Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew to the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires titles over the past two seasons, has announced four drivers for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial Open Test on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. knew he had a good shot at a win at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway and he came oh-so-close.
Alfa Romeo’s Formula 1 drivers were left baffled by being “nowhere” in the Japanese Grand Prix, a race Kimi Raikkonen labelled “far from normal”.
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says a "very unfortunate" system error was to blame for the chequered flag light panel being displayed too early at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz called his latest fifth-place finish “a bit more special than others” after being so quick he forced Ferrari and Charles Leclerc to "give up" in the Japanese Grand Prix.