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Maloney joins Red Bull Junior Team
VeeKay joins TDS Racing at Daytona
Lawson: SF car "felt a lot like F1"
Yamamoto tops Day 1 of Suzuka test
Gold Star, Tasman Series combined

Zane Maloney has joined the Red Bull Junior Team ahead of his maiden Formula 2 campaign next year.

Ed Carpenter Racing IndyCar driver Rinus VeeKay has joined LMP2 squad TDS Racing for the upcoming Daytona 24 Hours.

Red Bull junior Liam Lawson says his first experience of driving a Super Formula car at Suzuka reminded him of Formula 1 machinery, and considers the Japanese series a "big step up" from Formula 2.

Three-time Super Formula champion Naoki Yamamoto topped the timesheets on the opening day of this week's two-day post-season rookie test at Suzuka.

The Gold Star and the Tasman Series, two of the most famous prizes in Australasian motorsport, will join forces next season.

IndyCar to run hybrid units with 2.2s, not 2.4s, in 2024

The next-gen IndyCar engine formula, set for introduction in 2024, will now couple hybrid units with 2.2-liter engines rather than increasing capacity to 2.4 liters.

Why are Honda's Super Formula stars skipping Suzuka test?

Nine Honda-powered cars will be taking part in this week’s post-season Super Formula test at Suzuka, but Tomoki Nojiri, Tadasuke Makino and Toshiki Oyu are all absent. So what’s going on?

Ganassi, American Legion extend deal for IndyCar, Indy NXT

The American Legion has agreed terms with Chip Ganassi Racing to continue sponsorship in its IndyCar program and in backing development driver Kyffin Simpson.

Newgarden, McLaughlin to debut in Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona

Tower Motorsports will run IndyCar aces Josef Newgarden and Scott McLaughlin, in addition to Kyffin Simpson and 2022 LMP2 champion John Farano in next month’s Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.

Super Formula reveals Suzuka rookie test entry list

Super Formula has released an entry list for this week's two-day post-season rookie test at Suzuka with some surprise additions and absences.

Sasahara could replace Alesi at TOM'S for 2023

Ukyo Sasahara has emerged as a leading candidate to fill the twin vacancies at Toyota squad TOM’S in Super Formula and SUPER GT next season.

Roger Penske winner of Autosport’s 2022 Gold Medal
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Roger Penske winner of Autosport’s 2022 Gold Medal

American motorsport legend Roger Penske is the 2022 winner of Autosport’s Gold Medal.

Adelaide S5000: Crash decides Tasman title

Nathan Herne won the S5000 Tasman Series in controversial fashion after clashing with rival Joey Mawson in Adelaide.

The Top 10 SUPER GT/Super Formula drivers of 2022

After another memorable season in Japan's two top motorsport categories, it's time to look back on the top performers across both SUPER GT and Super Formula in 2022.

Adelaide S5000: Mawson handed Tasman title shot

Joey Mawson has unexpectedly become the S5000 Tasman Series favourite thanks to technical issue for Nathan Herne in Adelaide.

Armstrong joins Ganassi for IndyCar road and street courses

Marcus Armstrong has landed one of the best IndyCar rides after signing a deal to drive a fourth Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda on 2023’s road and street courses.

Matsushita felt limitations of one-car B-Max team

Nobuharu Matsushita feels that he and his B-Max Racing outfit reached the limits of what is possible with a one-car team in Super Formula after what he described as a "nightmare" 2022 season.

Adelaide S5000: Herne wins, Cameron crashes out

Nathan Herne won the opening S5000 Tasman Series race in Adelaide after a challenge from Aaron Cameron ended with a crash.

Aitken joins AXR for Rolex 24, Dixon confirmed at Ganassi

The last remaining seats in Cadillac’s roster for the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona have been filled by Williams F1 reserve driver Jack Aitken and six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon.

W Series champion Chadwick gets Indy NXT seat with Andretti

W Series champion and Williams young driver Jamie Chadwick has joined Andretti Autosport for the 2023 Indy NXT season, the team has announced.

Calderon: ‘All options open’ for 2023 after IndyCar sojourn

Tatiana Calderon feels she has “unfinished business” in IndyCar following the abrupt end to her 2022 campaign, but is open-minded about her 2023 options.

The next steps for Pourchaire after an F2 title miss

Theo Pourchaire entered the 2022 Formula 2 season a firm favourite for the title after remaining with ART Grand Prix for a second season. But an unexpected charge from Felipe Drugovich and MP Motorsport meant the Frenchman was forced to settle for second. What went wrong for the Sauber protege, and where does he go from here?

The remarkable career turnaround of Enzo Fittipaldi

Sixth in the F2 standings heading into this month's final round, but within touching distance of third, Enzo Fittipaldi has quietly put together a strong first full season in the Formula 1 support series, recovering well from the scary Jeddah start crash that cut his 2021 campaign short. It marks a turn in fortunes for the Brazilian who thought he'd bid hopes of a career in Europe goodbye two years ago.

What the future holds for two Red Bull juniors fighting in the F2 battleground Prime

What the future holds for two Red Bull juniors fighting in the F2 battleground

Despite having two talented drivers, albeit at very different stages of their careers, Prema Racing has had mixed fortunes in FIA Formula 2 this year. Both drivers told Motorsport.com how they rate their seasons so far – and their next steps beyond 2022

Logan Sargeant: Carrying America's F1 hopes on his shoulders Prime

Logan Sargeant: Carrying America's F1 hopes on his shoulders

Two feature race wins in as many rounds have helped Logan Sargeant to emerge as the closest challenger to runaway Formula 2 points leader Felipe Drugovich. The Williams F1 junior couldn't have timed his rise better, with interest in grand prix racing on the rise in his US homeland, and he could be his country's best shot at getting a driver on the grid for the first time since 2015.