News and Analysis
The Mercedes Formula 1 team has dismissed speculation that its new black livery could compromise the cooling of its 2020 F1 car, stating the new colour scheme has “no effects" on the car's temperatures.
Former Williams F1 driver Sergey Sirotkin will make his GT3 debut with SMP Racing in the endurance rounds of this year’s GT World Challenge Europe.
The McLaren Formula 1 team has tweaked its MCL35 livery ahead of this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix, as part of the sport's campaign to fight COVID-19 and tackle inequality.
FIA WEC manufacturer Toyota says it’s “disappointing” that it won’t be able to explore the absolute limits of its advanced TS050 LMP1 hybrid, even though it welcomes the new era of hypercar regulations.
On June 19 2016 Toyota was at the heart of the most dramatic finish in Le Mans history when its leading car broke down with one lap to go. Three key players from Toyota's LMP1 programme explain how the team bounced back from that heartbreaking loss, which was one of several near misses.
Last weekend’s Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours proved a milestone in sim racing that was eerily similar to the real-world race, including a few technical issues. Studio 397, the developer behind rFactor 2, explains the issues that set back Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso.
Porsche factory driver Laurens Vanthoor says he “fears the worst” for the future of the GTE class after the German marque’s decision to pull out of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has announced it intends to field two hypercars in the 2021 Le Mans 24 Hours and FIA World Endurance Championship.
Formula E championship leader Antonio Felix da Costa and IndyCar star Felix Rosenqvist will race in the Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours next month.
Formula 1 drivers Max Verstappen and Lando Norris will team up at the Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours, sharing an LMP2 car for sim race outfit Team Redline.
The Monaco Grand Prix is the most celebrated event of the Formula 1 season, but the race can also be a cruel mistress. We look back at five occasions on which domination on the streets of Monte Carlo ultimately wasn't rewarded with victory.
Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo has used the coronavirus downtime to reflect on his most memorable races in the sport.
The Belgian government has approved Formula 1’s plans to host its August 30 race at Spa-Francorchamps, which paves the way for a deal between Spa and Liberty Media.
On May 15 2016, Max Verstappen rewrote Formula 1's history books by winning the Spanish Grand Prix at the age of 18. In the four-year period since his stunning maiden win, the Dutchman has continued to make a mark on the sport.
On May 12 2002 Ferrari was the centre of controversy at the Austrian Grand Prix when Rubens Barrichello was asked to hand the win to teammate Michael Schumacher.