News and Analysis
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.
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.
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”.
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.
This weekend’s Sprint de Bengaluru will herald the start of new era for the Indian National Rally Championship.
Sam Bird says ABB FIA Formula E rival Andre Lotterer "wasn't interested" in hearing him out after their Hong Kong clash, although the pair have since shaken hands regarding the incident.
The FIA is working on an immediate solution to help F1 drivers better see the start lights, after complaints in the Australian Grand Prix about views of the gantry being blocked by the higher 2019 rear wings.
Jerome d’Ambrosio expects Mahindra to return to podium contention in Saturday’s Sanya E-Prix after a disastrous result at the previous ABB FIA Formula E race in Hong Kong.
A health warning from the Victorian state government has been directed at Australian Grand Prix goers, after a person with a confirmed case of measles visited the event.
The WRT team has been able to announce only one driver for its maiden DTM campaign this year with a pair of customer Audis on the launch of its 2019 programmes.
IndyCar driver Ed Jones has been cleared to contest this weekend's race at the Circuit of the Americas after breaking his hand in the season opener at St Petersburg.
John McGuinness says he wants to “get on the podium at least” with a Norton bike on his Isle of Man TT return, following a two-year absence through injury.