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Motorsport.com begins its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with a look back to a milestone achieved at one of America’s oldest events.
Pat Symonds race engineered Michael Schumacher to his first two Formula 1 World Championships, but what made the seven-time champ so special both in and out of the cockpit?
Since the Formula 1 World Championship began in 1950, the aesthetics of car design have wowed racing fans just as much as the star drivers who raced them. Here’s our favourite 50 – in no particular order – and have your say in the comments.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were officially crowned Formula 1 World Champions at the FIA’s prize-giving ceremony in St Petersburg, Russia, although the evening was topped by Kimi Raikkonen’s high-spirited antics as he received the third-placed trophy.
FIA President Jean Todt met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the FIA’s General Assembly in St Petersburg on Friday, to discuss the future of the sport in the country.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso recently swapped cars with seven-time NASCAR Cup champ Jimmie Johnson in Bahrain – to experience each other’s world.
In what has become an end-of-season tradition, Motorsport.com's sister title Autosport asked Formula 1's team bosses to rank their top 10 drivers, based on their on-track performances this year.
Two-time Formula 1 World Champion Mika Hakkinen celebrated the 20th anniversary of his first title by receiving a Gregor Grant lifetime achievement honour at the 2018 Autosport Awards evening in London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane on Sunday.
The 1993 Portuguese Grand Prix was significant for a number of reasons – not least Alain Prost’s announcement that he was retiring from the sport, the day before he wrapped up his fourth world title. But it was a big weekend for a young Finn called Mika Hakkinen, too…
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Check out the opening episodes of Motorsport.tv’s exclusive fly-on-the-wall documentary series ‘Defending Victory’ which follows reigning LMP3 champions Guy Cosmo and Patrick Byrne in the Asian Le Mans Series.
Good morning. Welcome to the morning after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton put the seal on his fifth world championship with his 11th win of the season, despite the distraction of having Will Smith attempting to steal his car, while Nico Hulkenberg was flipped out by Romain Grosjean. So let’s look at the stories behind the headlines…
McLaren 2019 Formula 1 driver Lando Norris invites Autosport’s F2 correspondent Jack Benyon into his home to have a go on his personal simulator set-up.
Reigning LMP3 champions Guy Cosmo and Patrick Byrne return to the Asian Le Mans Series, stepping up to the top class for this season.
Triple Eight Race Engineering is to field its Supercars stars Craig Lowndes, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen in what it claims is “arguably the most formidable trio ever seen at the mountain”.
It’s one of the coolest Formula 1 photos ever – Mika Hakkinen flying through the air in Adelaide in his McLaren MP4/8. Twenty-five years on, he recalls that moment along with photographer Mark Sutton, who caught this amazing moment.
Kyle Busch says non-contenders for the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series should give the ‘Final Four’ who can win the title “that extra quarter-inch” of racing room this weekend.