News and Analysis
Current MotoGP points leader Fabio Quartararo says it’s “not correct” to start thinking about the championship after two races despite Marc Marquez’s absence strengthening the Frenchman’s position.
NASCAR unveiled the remainder of its 2020 schedule on Thursday which keeps the 10-race Cup Series playoff schedule as-is and adds Xfinity and Truck series races.
Mercedes has revealed it will race with a tribute to Sir Stirling Moss on both of its Formula 1 cars at this weekend's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg says that he's in talks with some Formula 1 teams about a possible full-time return in 2021.
Cal Crutchlow doesn't believe Honda will change its philosophy to make a more user-friendly MotoGP bike in light of Marc Marquez's injury, and doesn't think it needs to.
Sergio Perez could return for this weekend's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix after completing his required quarantine period following a positive test for COVID-19.
Antonio Felix da Costa claimed pole position for the second Berlin race by over 0.4 seconds as his domination of the Formula E season finale continued while his title rivals faltered.
Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 must be braced for unpredictable weather when it returns to the Nurburgring in October, calling the region "German Siberia".
Citroen works rally driver Mads Ostberg will make his rallycross debut in the opening weekend of the World Rallycross Championship in Sweden, racing in the new electric Projekt E category.
The fate of Formula 1’s ‘old school circuits’ like Imola and the Nurburgring will rest on whether their return this year produces spectacular racing, reckons McLaren’s Carlos Sainz.
Honda MotoGP boss Alberto Puig says Marc Marquez broke the plate in his right arm “trying to open a window” at home, which led to a second operation on Monday.
Silverstone is installing some extra crash barriers on the outside of the Becketts complex in response to Daniil Kvyat's high-speed crash in the British Grand Prix.
FIA president Jean Todt says Formula 1 is currently working on a "standard" calendar for the 2021 season, but must remain flexible for future impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ferrari does not believe it now has the third quickest car in Formula 1, despite recent updates delivering performance progress.