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Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kyle Larson salvaged an 11th-place Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finish at Talladega on Sunday, but was unable to hide his frustration as he hit out at his team’s lack of pace at restrictor plate tracks.
McLaren is developing a new GT3 racer based on its latest 720S sportscar in-house for 2019. Charles Bradley tried the road-going supercar for size at a Californian test track as part of its Pure McLaren academy.
DTM chief Gerhard Berger says Mick Schumacher reminds him of his father Michael in many ways, and believes Mick can make it to Formula 1 if he continues to show the form that took him to the European F3 title.
The driver who hit and killed MotoGP and World Superbike star Nicky Hayden has been given a one-year suspended jail sentence for his role in the fatal accident in 2017.
Welcome to the morning after the Japanese Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton dominated from start to finish from pole as Max Verstappen played pinball with the Ferraris on his way to third. Let’s look at the stories behind the headlines…
The path from Formula 1 to rallycrossing a Volkswagen Beetle, via NASCAR’s Cup series and Formula E, is trodden by very few. Well, one person, to be precise.
NASCAR star-turned-TV commentator Jeff Burton says this Sunday’s inaugural round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Charlotte’s new ‘Roval’ course spells potential “disaster” for playoff contenders.
Mercedes GT Open racer Alan Hellmeister suffered two broken legs in a horrific crash after the chequered flag in race two at Monza on Sunday.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the most laps on his racing return in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Richmond on Friday night, and although he had to settle for fourth place, Junior confirmed that he’ll run another one-off next season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. qualified on the front row for his racing return in the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Friday night.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. – who is making his racing comeback this weekend in NASCAR’s Xfinity Series – admitted he almost missed today’s rain-truncated second practice session due to chatting with his old crew chief in Hendrick Motorsports’ #88 Cup hauler.
Ferrari’s new signing Charles Leclerc completed the equivalent of more than two race distances at Paul Ricard on Thursday, as part of Pirelli’s 2019 Formula 1 tyre evaluation programme.
Welcome to the morning after the Singapore Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton won again at a track where Mercedes has traditionally struggled more than others. And there was more disappointment for Ferrari, so let’s look at the stories behind the headlines…
Racing legends Fernando Alonso and Jimmie Johnson have teased their fanbases with a Twitter video exchange which features a scripted conversation between them.
Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen says that the FIA’s first-ever Women Drivers Assessment Programme proved the high level of female talent in the sport, and will form the basis for further development opportunities in future.
Martin Truex Jr. remained stoic following his early exit from the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, his first race for the #78 Furniture Row Racing team since the announcement this week that it will close its doors at the end of the season.
Erstwhile IMSA GT Le Mans championship leader Ryan Briscoe admits Sunday’s result at Virginia International Raceway was “terrible” for his #67 Ford entry – as it allowed Corvette to take the points lead.
Alexander Sims and Connor de Phillippi scored a dramatic GT-only IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship win at Virginia International Raceway on Sunday, despite Sims spinning and being penalised for causing a crash.
Richard Westbrook will start Sunday’s GT-only IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race at Virginia International Raceway from pole position after topping a fascinating qualifying session on Saturday.
Chevrolet’s Antonio Garcia led the second IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship practice session at Virginia International Raceway on Friday, lapping over half a second clear of his rivals.
Ford’s Richard Westbrook set the pace in the opening practice session for the GT-only round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Virginia International Raceway.
Former series champion and Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay says he’d welcome Fernando Alonso to IndyCar next year, and that the Spaniard would find the switch to America “fun”.
IndyCar and Indy Lights team Juncos Racing has confirmed it will run a sportscar programme in 2019, fielding a Cadillac DPi-V.R in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.