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DTM Norisring: Kelvin Van der Linde beats Preining to pole

Kelvin van der Linde became the seventh different polesitter in as many DTM races this year, as the Abt Audi driver topped Group B in split qualifying at the Norisring.

Fourth wildcard joins Bathurst 1000 field

A fourth wildcard entry has been added to the Bathurst 1000 field thanks to Matt Chanda Motorsport.

Luca Stolz: The DTM’s Raikkonen turning heads with Mercedes

He’s invariably billed as the DTM’s quiet man, who has a Kimi Raikkonen-esque aversion to the cameras. But Luca Stolz has been earning plaudits that are becoming impossible to ignore, and that will only increase the level of interest in his performances

BMW M4 GT3 has made "quantum leap" over M6 at Norisring

The Norisring will no longer be a bogey track for BMW following the introduction of the more agile M4 GT3 model, believes the marque’s development driver Jens Klingmann.

Lamborghini driver Perera joins GRT for Norisring DTM

Factory Lamborghini racer Franck Perera will be making his DTM debut at the Norisring this weekend with the Grasser Racing team, deputising for an ill Rolf Ineichen.

Indigenous liveries to return in Townsville

A number of Supercars teams will carry their Indigenous liveries over to next week's Townsville 500.

Norisring DTM qualifying format tweak will avoid traffic “disaster”

DTM drivers have welcomed the decision to hold split qualifying sessions for this weekend’s Norisring round, praising the “fair option” for preventing a “disaster” dictated by traffic. 

DTM drivers call for changes to improve pitlane safety

Two-time DTM champion Marco Wittmann believes that the series should consider “a change in the rules” to deter unsafe releases and improve the safety of mechanics in the pits. 

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

Races seven and eight of the 2022 DTM season will be staged at Norisring this weekend on 2-3 July, as the series returns to the iconic street circuit in Germany.

BTCC Croft: Shedden beats Cook in finale

Gordon Shedden cruised to victory from reversed-grid pole in the final British Touring Car Championship race of the day at Croft.

BTCC Croft: Lloyd doubles up to beat Ingram in Hyundai 1-2

Dan Lloyd made it two wins out of two at the Croft round of the British Touring Car Championship by leading home Tom Ingram for an Excelr8 Motorsport Hyundai 1-2.

BTCC Croft: Lloyd beats Turkington for emotional win in Race 1

Dan Lloyd withstood everything the British Touring Car Championship’s King of Croft Colin Turkington could throw at him to take victory in the first race.

Cassidy: "Big desire" to have closer ties with Ferrari

Nick Cassidy says "there’s a big desire" to continue building his relationship with Ferrari, as the Italian marque gears up for its Le Mans Hypercar programme in 2023.

BTCC Croft: Turkington claims pole in ‘retired’ BMW

Four-time British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington bounced back from his Oulton Park shunt last time out to claim pole position for the fifth round of the series at Croft.

DTM targeting manufacturers from UK, USA, Japan – Berger

DTM boss Gerhard Berger wants to continue to grow the pool of manufacturers represented in the championship, and is targeting new marques from the UK, United States and Japan. 

Goddard, Kostecki out of PremiAir running

Zane Goddard and Kurt Kostecki have committed to their Bathurst drives with Tickford Racing and ruled themselves out of the vacant PremiAir seat.

Supercars star explains 2023 NASCAR plan

Supercars star Brodie Kostecki is looking to dovetail a partial NASCAR Cup Series programme with his Australian commitments next season.

DTM Electric targets 2024 start date, operational prototype in 2023

DTM Electric organiser ITR is targeting a 2024 start date for its new series, according to director of competition and technology Michael Resl.

Supercars signs five-year Adelaide 500 deal

The Adelaide 500 will be the season finale for at least the next five Supercars seasons as part of a new deal with the South Australian government.

Percat slams Adelaide 500 critics

Supercars driver Nick Percat has unloaded on "infuriating" detractors of the revived Adelaide street race.

Berger: "Too early" to discuss DTM returning to popular Imola

DTM drivers and teams welcomed the prospect of returning to Imola after the championship’s maiden visit last weekend, but series boss Gerhard Berger says it’s still “too early” to decide.

"Seamless" first test for T8 Bathurst wildcard

Craig Lowndes says it was a "seamless" opening day of testing for the Triple Eight wildcard entry that will tackle the Bathurst 1000 this year.

Dunlop happy with Supercars tyre rule despite criticism

Dunlop is satisfied with the outcome of its increased minimum tyre pressure limit despite some criticism from Supercars drivers.

Auer: Restart, not BoP tweak, key in Mercedes' Imola DTM turnaround

Lucas Auer says his restart in the DTM’s second Imola race was more responsible for earning Mercedes’ best result of the weekend in fourth than its improved Balance of Performance.  

Glock: Slow pitstop, "complete idiot" Grenier ruined DTM return

Factory BMW driver Timo Glock was forced to lament a lap 1 incident and a slow pitstop after returning empty handed from his DTM comeback at Imola.

How a “weird 20-position overtake” yielded a landmark DTM podium

Dev Gore became the first American podium-finisher in the DTM's history at Imola on Sunday, despite making two pitstops, after “a weird 20-position overtake” helped him to claim second.

PremiAir Racing confirms Jacobson split

Supercars squad PremiAir Racing has confirmed that it has split with driver Garry Jacobson effective immediately.

Triple Eight wildcard, TCR teen to test tomorrow

Queensland Raceway will host a Supercars test tomorrow that will see the Triple Eight wildcard and a TCR young gun in action.

Jacobson linked to PremiAir Racing split

Garry Jacobson could exit PremiAir Racing ahead of the next Supercars event in Townsville, according to paddock speculation.

DTM Imola: Feller delivers maiden win after frantic restart

Ricardo Feller earned his first DTM victory at Imola after a frantic safety car restart that allowed him to atone for a lap one error.

DTM Imola: Rookie Feller snares maiden pole in Abt Audi

Ricardo Feller took his first DTM pole position in a frenetic qualifying session at Imola on Sunday as the Abt Audi driver pipped Felipe Fraga's Red Bull Ferrari by 0.152s.

Darwin Supercars: Mostert wins thrilling finale

Chaz Mostert held off Anton De Pasquale to win a thrilling final race of the Darwin Triple Crown.

Darwin Supercars: Waters wins crash-marred Race 2

Cam Waters held off Will Davison to win a Supercars race marred by a nasty early crash for James Courtney.

Mostert disqualification appeal thrown out

Walkinshaw Andretti United's appeal of Chaz Mostert's disqualification from yesterday's Supercars race in Darwin has been thrown out by Motorsport Australia.

Darwin Supercars: Sunday poles for Waters, Davison

Cam Waters and Will Davison split the pole positions for the second and third Supercars races in Darwin.

Van der Linde "maximised" Imola DTM result with 25kg ballast

DTM championship leader Sheldon van der Linde says "we maximised the day" by securing eighth place with 25kg of success ballast in the first Imola race on Saturday.

Bortolotti explains podium charge from 16th in Imola DTM

Mirko Bortolotti says managing his tyres in the early stages of the DTM's Imola opener was "crucial" in his recovery from 16th on the grid to finish third on Saturday.

Rast "proven wrong" by "unexpected" win in DTM comeback year

Rene Rast says that he "got proven wrong" by taking his first DTM victory of 2022 at Imola, having doubted that he'd be capable of winning races on his comeback.

Imola DTM: Rast dominates as Bortolotti charge yields podium

Rene Rast took a commanding first win of his DTM comeback at Imola over fellow Audi driver Nico Muller after a controlled drive in searing heat.

WAU appeals Mostert disqualification

Walkinshaw Andretti United will appeal Chaz Mostert's disqualification from today's opening Supercars race in Darwin.

Mostert disqualified from Darwin race

Chaz Mostert has received his second disqualification in as many days after being scrubbed from today's opening Supercars race in Darwin.

Imola DTM: Audi's Rast claims first pole since return

Rene Rast became the fifth different polesitter from as many DTM races in 2022 as he snatched top spot with a late effort for the championship's first race at Imola.

Davison cool on teammate contact

Will Davison says he wasn't expecting first-lap contact with Anton De Pasquale in Darwin, but praised his teammate for the race-defining move.

Darwin Supercars: De Pasquale wins tense Race 1

Anton De Pasquale won a tense opening heat of the Darwin Triple Crown from Will Davison and a fast-finishing Shane van Gisbergen.

Supercars keeps Sandown and NZ on calendar

Supercars has elected to keep both the Sandown and Auckland SuperSprint events on the 2022 schedule.

Darwin Supercars: Davison storms to record pole

Will Davison will start his 500th Supercars race from pole thanks to a record-breaking lap in the Top 10 Shootout in Darwin.

Mostert disqualified from Darwin practice

Chaz Mostert has been disqualified from the second Supercars practice session in Darwin for a tyre breach.

Supercars drivers wary of 'extreme' tyre rules

Supercars drivers are unsure if what have been labelled 'extreme' tyre rules will improve the racing in Darwin this weekend.

Darwin Supercars: Van Gisbergen tops Practice 2

Shane van Gisbergen ended the Friday running for the Darwin Triple Crown as the pacesetter.

Supercars scraps tyre baking rule

Supercars has backflipped on its new rule banning teams from baking tyres in the sun before sessions.

Darwin Supercars: Mostert pips Brown in P1

Chaz Mostert pipped Will Brown to top the opening Supercars practice session at the Darwin Triple Crown.

2022 Supercars Darwin Triple Crown – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

Supercars heads north this weekend for the Darwin Triple Crown at Hidden Valley.

Glock: DTM return at Imola will be a “new experience”

Timo Glock says his DTM return at Imola this weekend will be a “new experience” as he adapts to running BMW’s M4 on Michelin rubber in his team’s series debut.

Red Bull announces Cassidy's replacement for Norisring DTM

Red Bull has announced that Turkish racer Ayhancan Guven will substitute for team regular Nick Cassidy in the fourth round of the 2022 DTM season at the Norisring next month.

Erebus takes unique Indigenous Round approach

Erebus Motorsport has taken a unique approach to this weekend's first official Supercars Indigenous Round.

2022 Supercars Darwin Triple Crown session times and preview

Supercars kicks off its mid-year Northern Swing this weekend with the Darwin Triple Crown at Hidden Valley.

Supercars set to retain Australian GP support slot

Supercars is expected to retain its spot on the Australian Grand Prix undercard next year despite FIA Formula 2 and Formula 3 making the trip down under.

WAU unveils three Indigenous Round liveries

Walkinshaw Andretti United has unveiled its three Indigenous Round liveries ahead of this weekend's Darwin Triple Crown.

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

The DTM travels to Imola in Italy this weekend for the third round of the 2022 season. Here's the full schedule for the race weekend.

Lamborghini DTM squad pulls out of Imola round

Lamborghini DTM squad T3 Motorsport will miss this weekend's Imola round, it has been confirmed by series organiser ITR.