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The Envision Virgin Racing ABB FIA Formula E team has announced that it will be sponsored by the Harley-Davidson motorcycle brand.
Ferrari is bringing “a few updates” to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, marking the first development of its 2019 Formula 1 car as it bids to close the gap to Mercedes.
Michael Schumacher's former manager Willi Weber believes the seven-time world champion would have returned to Formula 1 in a management role with son Mick, were it not for his 2013 skiing accident.
Reigning Super Formula champion Naoki Yamamoto says his second-place finish in last weekend’s “wild” opening race at Suzuka shows that risking leaving his Mugen team was the right decision.
It laps the track quicker than a 755-horsepower Corvette ZR1.
Le Mans 24 Hours winner Neel Jani could race in the X1 Racing League later this year after confirming his association with the upcoming India-based motorsport series.
TCR Australia has announced there will be $1000 on offer for the pole position winner at each round this year.
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Parker Chase will remain as Starworks Motorsports’ full-time partner for Ryan Dalziel, “pending sponsor commitments”, in the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Brenda Jackson, the mother of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kelley Earnhardt Miller, has lost her battle with cancer at the age of 65.
While manufacturer and team coordination has become a key to success recently on NASCAR’s superspeedways, Cup Series star Chase Elliott is not a fan.
Ferrari's FIA World Endurance Championship drivers are having to "scrape the bottom of the barrel" in the corners to remain competitive because of the 488 GTE's lack of straightline speed, says Davide Rigon.
Red Bull Formula 1 junior Dan Ticktum rued a difficult start to his first full Super Formula campaign after finishing eighth out of 12 classified finishers in the Suzuka curtain-raiser.
Toyota driver Ott Tanak says he is "taking more care" and avoiding "unnecessary risk" in a bid to turn around his fortunes and win a first WRC title this year.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he is already preparing himself for "disappointment" in Baku, with the track’s characteristics worse for his car than recent venues.
Andrea Dovizioso says MotoGP rival Valentino Rossi “changed his mentality” in his time in the premier class, and believes the Yamaha rider would've “destroyed himself” otherwise.