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Will Power and Felix Rosenqvist, the fastest NTT IndyCar Series drivers on Firestone’s softer-compound tires in practice at Circuit of The Americas today, say that uncertainty over tire degradation should make IndyCar’s inaugural race here an exciting one.
Myatt Snider has no idea how many opportunities he will have in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series this season so he plans to maximize each one.
Ahead of this weekend’s IndyCar Classic, the series’ first race at the 3.41-mile Circuit of The Americas, NTT IndyCar officials have decided to allow drivers to use the run-off area exiting Turn 19 in order to reduce track limits controversies.
Will Power kept Team Penske-Chevrolet on top of the IndyCar leaderboard at Circuit of The Americas with the fastest time of the weekend in second practice.
The Lexus brand is perhaps more associated with building luxury cars than outright performance machinery, but it’s aiming to change that preconception with its GT racing program in America.
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Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says new signing Lance Stroll is a "gutsy racer" who will get due credit for his Formula 1 performances eventually.
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Josef Newgarden topped opening practice for the IndyCar Classic at Circuit of The Americas, but Colton Herta’s Harding Steinbrenner Racing blew a Honda engine that cost the field 15 minutes of track time.
Chevrolet’s new NASCAR driver development program has produced its first winner.
Sebastien Buemi says he cannot hide his frustration at his lowly placing in ABB FIA Formula E’s 2018/19 standings because Nissan e.dams is “much stronger than it was last year”.
Daniel Ricciardo and Johann Zarco rolled the dice last year, as each gave up a top-team option for a leading role in a longer-term project. Their choices could pay off down the line - but 2019 looks to have more pain than gain in store.
Now we've seen how far off the pace Williams is when it counts in F1 2019, the big question is how can it solve its problems?
Dilbagh Gill says Mahindra has got on bottom of its “horrible” wet weather performance in the Hong Kong E-Prix weekend, which left its drivers at the back of the ABB FIA Formula E grid.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the "peaky" characteristics of 2019 Formula 1 cars can make for a more unpredictable season.