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DTM title contender Paul di Resta says a “brain fade” from Robin Frijns cost him dearly in the penultimate race of the 2018 season at Hockenheim.
Max Verstappen says his Formula 1 employer Red Bull forbade him from trying out a MotoGP bike, on the grounds that it would be “too dangerous”.
MotoGP rider Scott Redding said he was pleasantly surprised by the reaction to his decision to join British Superbikes in 2019, having expected “a lot of negativity”.
Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa says he had the pace to win the Thailand Grand Prix, but feels his race was compromised by a “massive disadvantage” relating to tyre choice.
Max Verstappen feels Formula 1 rival Sebastian Vettel "drove into the side of my car" in their Japanese Grand Prix clash, which the Dutchman likened to their earlier collision in China.
Toro Rosso Formula 1 team boss Franz Tost says there will be no reason to replace Brendon Hartley if he maintains form after a breakthrough qualifying in Suzuka.
Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley says a fib from his race engineer contributed to his best-ever Formula 1 qualifying result in Suzuka.
Ducati rider Jorge Lorenzo says he is leaning towards sitting out the Thailand MotoGP race after a “scary” crash in Friday practice.
World Superbike rider Jordi Torres has been released from contract by his MV Agusta team in order to allow him “to fully focus on his MotoGP races”.
Jorge Lorenzo says he still faults Marc Marquez for the Aragon crash that left him injured, despite praising his MotoGP rival for getting in touch after the incident.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel says his team has not "lost direction" with its Formula 1 car, despite the recent advantage enjoyed by the rival Mercedes outfit.
Jorge Lorenzo has little doubt his former team Yamaha will return to the forefront of MotoGP because of the championship's "cyclical" nature.
Honda needs to make its MotoGP bike more user-friendly in case Marc Marquez decides to move on at the end of his contract, LCR rider Cal Crutchlow says.
Sebastian Vettel says he didn't want to be a “complete arse” in aggressively defending his position from Formula 1 title rival Lewis Hamilton in the Russian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 points leader Lewis Hamilton says he had been “slacking” in the Sochi Autodrom's second sector during Russian Grand Prix qualifying, which contributed to his error in the decisive final lap
Valtteri Bottas says he doesn't believe Ferrari's deficit to Mercedes in Friday practice for Formula 1's Russian Grand Prix is "real".