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The remarkable story of Ferrari at Le Mans was the key theme of the fourth Chantilly Arts and Elegance Richard Mille event at Chantilly Castle, near Paris, last weekend.
Ex-Ferrari Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa and former team chief Jean Todt will be part of a 70th anniversary celebration at this weekend's Chantilly Arts and Elegance Richard Mille event.
Competitive motorsport will make its annual return to Crystal Palace on the August bank holiday, 44 years after the south London track hosted its last race meeting.
A rare BMW 635 CSi built and raced to Australian Group C regulations in the 1980s won the ‘Most Admired Car’ award at last weekend’s Silverstone Classic.
This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed centrepiece will honour the career of ex-Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone.
The first iteration of Aston Martin’s only outright Le Mans 24 Hours winner is expected to sell for more than $20 million when it goes for auction in August.
For the first time, the Central Feature at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed on June 29-July 2 will celebrate an individual rather than an honoured marque when it focuses on the life and career of Bernie Ecclestone.
The 18th edition of the Richard Mille Rallye des Princesses was decided by a change of lead on the last of five days of competition across France in classic cars.
A total of 100 all-female crews are taking part in the Richard Mille Rallye des Princesses this week, in five days of competition across France in classic cars.
Formula 1 cars will race against Formula 5000s at Silverstone this weekend, 42 years after the last non-championship International Trophy race at the British Grand Prix venue.
History will be made in November when Britain’s Shelsley Walsh hillclimb course is used downhill for a rally special stage.
Hollywood star Sir Patrick Stewart OBE will return to the racing scene at the Silverstone Classic in July in an Austin A35.
Zak Brown sweeps ex-Dyson Porsche 962 to victory from pole-position