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NTT reveals new data boost to improve IndyCar fan experience

NTT, IndyCar’s title sponsor and technology partner, has announced an enhanced and more immersive experience for IndyCar fans in time for the 106th Indianapolis 500 in 10 days.

New York City mayor offers Liberty a site for F1 race

Liberty Media boss Greg Maffei has revealed that recently elected New York City mayor Eric Adams has offered Formula 1 a potential site for a future Grand Prix.

WRC Generations game unveiled, will showcase 2022 season

2022’s official World Rally Championship game has a brand new name – WRC Generations – and will feature the current hybrid Rally1 machines.

Sainz says F1 2022 cars need rethink over long-term health worries

Carlos Sainz has cautioned that Formula 1 drivers could suffer long-term neck and back issues as a direct result of the current breed of cars.

Sicard to start in FIA sporting director role at Monaco GP

New FIA single-seater sporting director Francois Sicard will begin his new role over the Formula 1 Monaco GP weekend.

Haas expects no "pain" from two-month wait for F1 updates

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner is not concerned about rivals making steps with upgrades at the Spanish GP while the US-owned team runs an unchanged package.

Ducati: Our riders "will think twice" about joining MotoGP rivals

Ducati sporting director Paolo Ciabatti believes the marque’s current riders “will think twice before going anywhere else” on the MotoGP grid in 2023.

Mercedes' Spanish GP F1 upgrades spotted

The Spanish Grand Prix has been viewed as a critical Formula 1 weekend for Mercedes, with it hoping planned upgrades can help it unlock the potential it believes the W13 has.

Review: New Sebastien Ogier WRC documentary The Final Season

A new documentary on eight-time conqueror of the World Rally Championship Sebastien Ogier is released today. got a sneak preview and heard the Frenchman's thoughts on the project, produced by Red Bull Media House

FIA: Extra F1 sprint race plan hold-up not about money

FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has insisted that a recent move that held up plans for extra Formula 1 sprint races in 2023 was not about money.

The key aspects of Porsche and Audi's planned F1 entries Prime

The key aspects of Porsche and Audi's planned F1 entries

The VW Group’s German superpowers of sportscar racing have all but confirmed they are coming to F1 when the next set of engine rules come into force in 2026. Here's why both manufacturers are all set to take the plunge, and crucially how it might work

Vips gets Red Bull FP1 nod at Spanish GP

Red Bull junior driver Juri Vips has been drafted in for a first free practice outing for the Formula 1 team at this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.

FIA could train rally co-drivers to become F1 race directors

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem believes rally co-drivers could be trained to become future race directors in Formula 1, with the FIA actively pursuing the initiative.

WRC reveals plans to launch 24/7 rally TV channel

The World Rally Championship has revealed plans to launch a 24/7 television channel next year, in a bid to reach new markets.

2022 F1 Spanish Grand Prix session timings and preview Spanish GP
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2022 F1 Spanish Grand Prix session timings and preview

Formula 1 travels to Barcelona this weekend for the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix. Here's the full schedule for the sixth round of the 2022 F1 season.

Toyota's Yamashita doesn't fear '21-style points drought

The SUPER GT championship-leading Rookie Racing Toyota team has conquered its race pace issues from last year, believes Kenta Yamashita.

2022 Supercars Winton SuperSprint session times and preview

Supercars returns to Winton this weekend for the fifth round of the 2022 season.

Toyotas have speed but need better "execution in pit lane"

Last weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas was a winner-take-all day for Toyota but the manufacturer still has plenty of work to do this season.

Indy 500: Day 2 practice rained out

There will be no track action at Indianapolis Motor Speedway today due to ongoing rain.

Espargaro “has no strong points” on Honda MotoGP bike

An “angry” Pol Espargaro blasted the 2022 Honda MotoGP bike following a tough French Grand Prix as he claims he has “no strong points” on the RC213V.

Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance gets F1 Edition special

The F1 Edition costs €222,815 in Germany and takes the shape of an appearance package that adds €23,800 to the car's base price of just under €200,000.

How Vegas went from byword for F1 indifference to grand Liberty coup

Holding a race in Las Vegas – party central, a city of dreams and decadence and, yes, more than a smattering of tackiness – has been on Liberty Media’s most-wanted list since it acquired Formula 1’s commercial rights. But, as LUKE SMITH explains, F1 has been here before and the relationship didn’t work out

Every Indy 500 pace car and its driver, 1911 to 2022

Sarah Fisher is the latest in a long roll-call of celebrities and/or motorsport figures to drive the pace car and lead the eleven rows of three to the green flag for the Indianapolis 500.

Audi's Muller explains factors that helped end DTM win drought

Team Rosberg DTM racer Nico Muller says he is "more comfortable" in Audi's updated R8 LMS Evo II package, which helped him end his year-long win drought in Portimao.

Indy 500: Rain delays practice on Day 2

Practice is on indefinite hold as rain continues to fall at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Andretti wants to give American drivers "legitimate shot" in F1

Michael Andretti is eager to “pave the way” for American drivers to reach Formula 1 with a “legitimate shot” if his plan to form a new team is successful.

Autograph announces 2022 Indy 500 NFT Collection

Autograph, IndyCar, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Team Penske today announced the launch of their first exclusive NFT collection in celebration of the 106th Indianapolis 500.

F2 selects Paul Ricard as replacement for cancelled Sochi round

FIA Formula 2 organisers have announced the series will host a round at Paul Ricard as the replacement for the cancelled Sochi event for 2022.

Why de Vries' FP1 outing could add a new path to his current crossroads Prime

Why de Vries' FP1 outing could add a new path to his current crossroads

A Formula 2 and Formula E champion, Nyck de Vries is currently considering where his future in motorsport lies. Continuing in WEC and Formula E is possible and he's also courted glances Stateside after impressing in an IndyCar test. But ahead of his Formula 1 FP1 debut with Williams, he could have another option if he impresses...

Lausitzring DTM round could root out "one-hit wonders" - Auer

Mercedes DTM race winner Lucas Auer predicts that the championship’s return to the familiarity of the Lausitzring this weekend after starting off at Portimao could uncover “who was a one-hit wonder”.

IndyCar to adopt regular qualifying procedure at Detroit GP

IndyCar will no longer run the “two group” qualifying for this year’s Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear, and instead run a session resolved by a typical Firestone Fast Six shootout for pole.

2022 Lausitzring DTM: Start time, how to watch and more

The DTM travels to the Lausitzring this weekend for the second round of the 2022 season. Here's the full schedule for the race weekend.

No replacement for Russian GP as F1 schedule stays at 22 races

Formula 1 has opted not to replace the cancelled Russian Grand Prix with a new event on September 25, leaving the 2022 calendar at 22 races.

Is F1 heading for a budget cap showdown over Red Bull/Ferrari development war?

Formula 1 has long been a hotbed of innuendo and accusation, with teams suggesting that a quick rival has a bendy front wing or an unusual straightline speed advantage.

Why Leclerc's crash shouldn't put off F1 drivers tasting history Prime

Why Leclerc's crash shouldn't put off F1 drivers tasting history

OPINION: For a demo run ahead of Monaco's Historique Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc was blessed with the opportunity to drive Niki Lauda's former Ferrari 312B3 - but a brake failure at Rascasse suggested Leclerc's Monaco hoodoo transcended contemporary F1. Although an awkward incident, Leclerc deserves credit for embracing F1's history.

2022 Indy 500 Pace Car: What is it and who’s driving it?

Regardless of who’s competing, there’s always one car that leads at the Indy 500 – the pace car. Find out what it is, who’s driving and more.

Saudi female racer Juffali starts sportscar team, targeting Le Mans

Saudi Arabia’s first female racing driver Reema Juffali has set up her own sportscar team with the aim of competing in the Le Mans 24 Hours.

Fritz gets Motoxracing Yamaha WSBK call-up for Estoril

Yamaha FIM Endurance World Championship regular Marvin Fritz will take part in this weekend's World Superbike round at Estoril in place of an injured Roberto Tamburini.

De Vries expects to be "thrown in the deep" in F1 practice debut

Nyck de Vries expects to be "thrown in the deep" in his upcoming Formula 1 FP1 debut at the Spanish Grand Prix, driving Alex Albon's Williams in the session.

Evans: Portugal road position no "automatic ticket" to result

Toyota World Rally Championship driver Elfyn Evans says a favourable road position won’t guarantee a good result at Rally Portugal as he looks to kick start campaign.

Horner: Angsty Verstappen nothing to worry about

Red Bull insists it is not worried by Max Verstappen’s irritation at recent reliability dramas as both team and driver share the same focus on winning in Formula 1.

Winning in F2 was harder than in Super Formula - Matsushita

Nobuharu Matsushita feels it was harder to win races in Formula 2 than in Super Formula after securing his first victory in the latter category.

Sato says Coyne did “great preparation” for Indy 500

Two-time Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato set fastest time in Day 1 of Indy 500 practice and believes Dale Coyne Racing did strong work in the off-season.

NASCAR suspends three on Cup driver Justin Haley's team

Justin Haley’s No. 31 Kaulig Racing team became the first repeat offender this season of NASCAR’s loose wheel policy.

Dixon happy to be at Indy after “pretty horrendous” start to season

Scott Dixon admits he’s relieved to be focusing on the Indianapolis 500 after a very difficult opening five races of the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season.

Palou: Fighting Castroneves for Indy win was an education

Alex Palou says he learned a lot from his duel with Helio Castroneves for last year’s Indianapolis 500 – but he’s still upset by the result.

Indy 500: Sato puts Coyne on top on Day 1, Jimmie Johnson third Indy 500
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Indy 500: Sato puts Coyne on top on Day 1, Jimmie Johnson third

Takuma Sato’s Dale Coyne Racing with RWR-Honda entry topped the speed charts on Day 1 of practice at the Indianapolis 500, while Jimmie Johnson starred with third fastest speed.

Alpine to bring new F1 rear wing to Spanish GP

Alpine is to bring a new rear wing to Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix as part of its upgrade push to help Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon.

Ken Block reveals Porsche Hoonipigasus 911 with 1,400bhp

Ken Block will race the twin-turbo AWD monster at Pikes Peak next month.

NASCAR Le Mans entry evoked fairness concerns by Toyota, Ford

Toyota and Ford executives have expressed concerns of fairness regarding Chevrolet’s Next Gen car entry in the 2023 Le Mans 24 Hours.

Wilson successfully completes Refresher course for Indy 500

Stefan Wilson has been cleared to take part in this afternoon’s full-field IndyCar practice session after completing his Refresher course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Honda to be title sponsor of F1’s Japanese Grand Prix

Honda is to become the official title sponsor of this year’s Japanese Grand Prix, despite it pulling out of Formula 1 at the end of last season.

Karam relieved there's no need for Bump Day drama again

Sage Karam says he’s happy there are only 33 entries in this year’s Indianapolis 500, – although he’s confident anyway that the Dreyer & Reinbold Racing-Chevrolet won’t be starting from the back row.

Williams thinks qualifying issues hiding true F1 car potential

Williams Formula 1 boss Jost Capito says that the team has to solve its qualifying issues in order to show the true potential of the FW44.

Indy 500: Dixon leads Ganassi-Honda 1-2 in opening practice

Scott Dixon headed Marcus Ericsson in first practice for the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

Why the lack of "needle" between Red Bull and Ferrari is a mirage

OPINION: The fight for the 2022 Formula 1 world titles between Red Bull and Ferrari so far features little of the public animosity that developed between the former and Mercedes last year. But that isn’t to say things are full on friendly or won’t get much worse very quickly…

The epic Loeb battle that ignited Ogier's WRC career

World Rally Championship legends Sebastien Ogier and Sebastien Loeb will again do battle on this weekend's Rally Portugal, 12 years after young pretender Ogier won out and secured his first career win. As the WRC prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary season in Portugal, Ogier reflects on the significance of that breakthrough

Glickenhaus warns IMSA not to block customer entries for 2023

Glickenhaus has advised the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship against blocking a potential entry in 2023, having received strong interest from potential customer teams in taking its Le Mans Hypercar to America.

Hyundai sheds more light on Sordo/Solberg WRC 2022 schedule

Hyundai has further outlined plans for its third World Rally Championship entry shared by Dani Sordo and Oliver Solberg.

What Miami F1 hype will and won't change for British GP

Miami’s fake marina, its Hard Rock Beach Club, the celeb fest and massive hype created a buzz around a new Formula 1 race that we had not seen for years.