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Pierre Gasly’s efforts to show more speed at Red Bull are being hindered by his style not totally suiting the team’s 2019 Formula 1 car, says team boss Christian Horner.
Safari Rally organisers have been tasked with toughening up the route for the event's proposed return to the World Rally Championship following a visit by WRC safety delegate Michele Mouton.
Kimi Raikkonen thinks Alfa Romeo can deliver much more this season if it tidies up its execution of race weekends.
Sales were down last year in the U.S., but it still leads the global two-door charge.
Valentino Rossi concedes the only reason the MotoGP title fight is so finely poised at the moment is because Marc Marquez crashed out of a commanding lead last weekend at Austin.
Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto has admitted it was "difficult" to order Charles Leclerc to move aside for his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel during the Chinese Grand Prix.
The final specification of the S5000 chassis and engine package has been ticked off following a successful test at Winton today.
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This year’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race will debut two proposed components of the new Gen-7 model race car.
Supercars is using fines dished out to drivers and teams through its judicial system to fund the Hawk-Eye technology being used in race control this year.
Chip Ganassi has expressed his support for both his NASCAR ace and for manufacturer Chevrolet as they struggle to make a positive impression on the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season.
Nico Hulkenberg says that his Renault Formula 1 team has to find fixes soon after he suffered a second consecutive retirement with an MGU-K issue in the Chinese GP.
Jonathan Rea admits there are no upcoming World Superbike tracks where Kawasaki can beat the dominant Alvaro Bautista, and feels Ducati is not its “full potential” yet.
Pascal Wehrlein suspects his Mahindra Racing team is struggling in cold conditions after the Rome E-Prix made it three "not so great" ABB FIA Formula E races.
Haas believes its 2019 Formula 1 car has a fundamental problem in not getting its tyres working properly at tracks where there are long straights and low-energy corners.
A new system designed to prevent a 'demolition derby' made its debut last weekend and the idea of a yellow card warning for bad behaviour has made an immediate impact in correcting the course.
Daniil Kvyat believes the Chinese Grand Prix Formula 1 stewards accepted they were too harsh with his punishment for colliding with McLaren drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris.