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Berlin E-Prix: Da Costa heads de Vries in practice

A last-ditch effort from new Formula E champion Antonio Felix da Costa meant he topped the free practice times on the extended Tempelhof Airport circuit over Nyck de Vries.

MotoGP riders excited by "super difficult" Portimao

Leading MotoGP riders have reacted to the "super difficult" Algarve circuit in Portugal coming onto the 2020 calendar as the season finale.

Williams opts against appealing FIA's Racing Point ruling

Williams has announced that it will not appeal the FIA’s ruling against Racing Point, feeling its “most fundamental concern” about Formula 1 car copying has been addressed.

Sochi targeting 30,000 spectators for Russian Grand Prix

The promoters of the Russian Grand Prix aim to have grandstands at 50% capacity for September’s Formula 1 race in Sochi, welcoming around 30,000 fans to the event.

Suzuka 8 Hours cancelled amid Japan travel restrictions

The 2020 edition of the Suzuka 8 Hours has been cancelled as a result of continued travel restrictions that would have prevented foreign riders from taking part.

Horner: Mercedes could be guilty in Racing Point case

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says that Mercedes could be a guilty party in the Racing Point brake duct case, which is set to go to the International Court of Appeal.

Sixth was the limit for Nissan at Fuji, says Hiramine

Sixth place was the limit in last weekend's second Fuji SUPER GT race for Nissan, according to Impul driver Kazuki Hiramine.

Supercars teams in favour of extended Queensland stay

Supercars teams are in favour of an extended stay in Queensland between Townsville and the Bathurst 1000, which would likely see the season finish at Mount Panorama.

Aussie lands in Europe for TCR test

Reigning TCR Australia runner-up Dylan O'Keeffe has flown to Europe to test a Renault TCR car, a trip that will require a stint in mandatory hotel quarantine upon his return down under.

Christopher Bell briefly found his NASCAR future "very scary"

It may have seemed like a forgone conclusion to many, but when Leavine Family Racing announced its sale, Christopher Bell wasn’t so certain about his NASCAR future.

Alonso says Indy 500 is “impossible” when he returns to F1

Fernando Alonso has said next week’s Indianapolis 500 will be his last attempt to complete his triple crown for at least two years, as he will be returning to Formula 1 with Renault.

McLaren withdraws Racing Point F1 appeal

The McLaren Formula 1 team has decided not to progress with an appeal regarding the Racing Point brake duct case – although Ferrari and Renault will continue to do so.

Why this is Graham Rahal's best chance yet for Indy 500 glory

With the Rahal Letterman Lanigan-Honda team running better than for many years, Graham Rahal’s well-known proficiency around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and a clipped schedule, the pieces appear to be in place for this second-gen driver to conquer the biggest race in the world. David Malsher-Lopez explains the reasoning.

Elliott's approach to Daytona road course: "Learn and learn fast"

Chase Elliott has a pretty solid record on the NASCAR Cup Series’ road courses but he still harbors some concern entering Sunday’s inaugural race on the Daytona road course.

How an overlooked F1 talent found his true calling Prime

How an overlooked F1 talent found his true calling

Formula E's six-race Berlin finale was billed as the most intense in motorsport history, and expected to go down to the wire in true FE style. But it was decided two races early, for the first time ever, as one driver showed his F1 rejection hadn't defined him

Zarco says he was "right to doubt" Avintia last year

Johann Zarco says he was "right to have doubts" about the Avintia Ducati MotoGP squad at the end of 2019, after scoring pole and a third-place in the Czech Grand Prix.

How F1's COVID goodwill broke apart on its birthday weekend Prime

How F1's COVID goodwill broke apart on its birthday weekend

When Formula 1 was forced into hibernation by the coronavirus pandemic, teams came together in unprecedented fashion. The mudslinging that occurred off track last weekend at Silverstone suggests such cooperation won't be seen again for a while

Spire confirms purchase of Leavine Family Racing assets

Spire Motorsports announced Tuesday it had purchased the assets of Leavine Family Racing, confirming a report from on Aug. 4.

Williams has "very clear" position on Racing Point appeal

Claire Williams says a "very clear" position regarding the DNA of Formula 1 is behind her team's decision to appeal the FIA's ruling in the Racing Point brake duct case.

The keys to KTM's meteoric rise in MotoGP Prime

The keys to KTM's meteoric rise in MotoGP

KTM has dominated every motorsport discipline it has entered throughout its history, but faced an entirely new challenge in MotoGP. Five years on, with huge investment in personnel and technology, here's how the Austrian brand has reached the summit

Ferrari: Racing Point saga like "copying a test"

Mattia Binotto has compared Racing Point's role in the Formula 1 brake duct controversy to "copying a test" amid Ferrari's plans to appeal for a harsher sanction.

Honda: Tsunoda "showed how much he's grown" with F2 win

Honda Formula 1 boss Masashi Yamamoto has hailed Yuki Tsunoda's progression after the Japanese driver scored his first FIA Formula 2 race win last weekend at Silverstone.

Haas retired Magnussen for "safety" reasons

The Haas Formula 1 outfit retired the car of Kevin Magnussen from the 70th Anniversary for safety reasons because it was using up its tyres, Guenther Steiner has revealed.

KTM made Aprilia's Espargaro feel like Moto2 rider

Aleix Espargaro says the traction of Brad Binder's race-winning KTM relative to his Aprilia made him feel like he was a Moto2 rider during MotoGP's Czech Grand Prix.