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Mazda Team Joest’s recent winning streak in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship is the result of "two-and-a-half years of tenacity" according to Multimatic Motorsport boss Larry Holt.
Jean-Eric Vergne says that a fault in a ’10 cent’ part was to blame for the Formula E champion’s G-Drive Racing team losing a likely LMP2 class victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Formula 2 title contender Nyck de Vries says that he felt 'hopeless' in his high-speed accident towards the closing stages of the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Multimatic Motorsport is pursuing numerous options to remain in international sportscar competition following Ford’s decision to withdraw factory support for its GT programmes.
A prospective McLaren IndyCar team may have “missed the boat” for the 2019 season, says Carlin team boss Trevor Carlin.
The Villorba Corse LMP2 team is set to be ready to take part in Le Mans 24 Hours warm-up on Saturday after its Dallara chassis survived Giorgio Sernagiotto's airborne crash in qualifying intact.
The next generation of IndyCar will not go for a divisive style similar to Formula E’s Gen2 “Batmobile” car, says series’ director of aerodynamic development Tino Belli.
After recovering from injury, drivers don't always manage to get back to the same level they were racing at before. But sometimes they aren't given much of a chance, as Cristiano da Matta found out.
Bentley has announced Spa 24 Hours winner Jules Gounon as the replacement for Oliver Jarvis in its Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup and Intercontinental GT Challenge line-ups for 2018.
Aston Martin will not treat the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship season as a learning campaign with its new Vantage, says Darren Turner.