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BMW GT racer Tom Blomqvist followed in the footsteps of his World Rally Championship-winning father by contesting his first rally last weekend.
Top single-seater team Motopark is aiming for an entry to the DTM next season with a privateer squad of BMWs.
Two-time Macau Grand Prix winner Dan Ticktum has lost his drive in Japan’s Super Formula series, Motorsport.com understands.
Audi sport chief Dieter Gass has said that differences in sporting regulations need to be ironed out before the manufacturer can commit to Japan’s Super GT Championship.
Audi DTM star Rene Rast has described his win in the opening round at Hockenheim as “one of my craziest races ever” and says he was lucky that an Audi stablemate caused the safety car that transformed his race.
Audi talisman Rene Rast benefited from an inspired two-stop strategy to take victory from near the back of the grid in the second race of the DTM opener at Hockenheim.
BMW star Marco Wittmann took a start-to-finish win at Hockenheim as the new turbocharged era of the DTM kicked off, in the face of almost race-long Audi pressure.
Two-time DTM champion Marco Wittmann put in a spectacular final qualifying lap to clinch pole position for the opening round of the DTM at a wet Hockenheim.
Nico Muller led an Audi 1-2-3-4 as the new-generation DTM kicked off its action with free practice for the Hockenheim opener.
Super Formula 2018 runner-up Nick Cassidy says it’s impossible to predict the outcome of the 2019 season on the eve of the new car’s inaugural race at Suzuka.
Formula 3 European Championship race winner Enaam Ahmed has switched to the B-Max with Motopark squad for his move to the Japanese series in 2019.
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Formula 3 racer Sophia Floersch has made her comeback to the cockpit, less than four months after her horrific high-speed aerial Macau Grand Prix accident.
Highly-rated New Zealander Liam Lawson has won a place on the Red Bull Junior programme and will race in Formula European Masters this season.