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Marrakesh E-prix
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Thailand GP
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Birmingham
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Alonso joins Arrow McLaren for Indy
Blaney laments "crappy situation"
DiBenedetto second at Las Vegas
Newgarden tips Palou as top rookie

Fernando Alonso will make his third attempt at the Indianapolis 500 from behind the wheel of an Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet, it was announced today.

Ryan Blaney appeared set to take his first victory of the 2020 season Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, but a late-race caution and a chaotic finish derailed his efforts.

There has been no lack of enthusiasm on Matt DiBenedetto’s part regarding his opportunity to run with Wood Brothers Racing this season and he’s already cashing in.

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden has tipped new Dale Coyne Racing-Honda with Team Goh hotshot Alex Palou to win a tough Rookie of the Year battle.

Kyle Busch on driver safety: "We're not invincible"

Ryan Newman’s fellow NASCAR competitors are pleased to see his speedy recovery from last week’s Daytona crash but also offered a stark warning about the dangers of their sport.

Miami Grand Prix clears latest roadblock to 2021 F1 race

The Miami Grand Prix has scored a major win in its battle against local opposition following a vote on Wednesday, removing a potential roadblock for the planned event on the 2021 Formula 1 race calendar.

Erik Jones sees 'big aero change' in NASCAR's Next Gen car

Much work remains on NASCAR’s Next Generation car but following his first test in the car, Erik Jones can already see significant changes.

Schmidt: Fans deserve to see Alonso in the Indy 500 again

Amid rumors that Honda Japan has rejected the idea of Fernando Alonso driving an Andretti Autosport-Honda in the Indianapolis 500, Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet co-owner Sam Schmidt says he has received no approaches from the two-time Formula 1 champion yet.

Ferrari expects Vettel contract talks to end "very soon"

Ferrari is hoping for a swift conclusion to contract talks with Sebastian Vettel to keep the German beyond the end of this year.

Revealed: First images of Zandvoort’s completed banking

Ahead of Formula 1’s return to the Netherlands after a 35-year absence, an extensive upgrade project has taken place at Zandvoort, including the modification of two corners to create a banking.

Live: Follow Barcelona F1 testing as it happens

Follow all the action from the second Barcelona F1 test as it happens with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Jones excited by Hazelwood potential

Supercars team owner Brad Jones says new signing Todd Hazelwood showed flashes of "exciting" speed during the Adelaide 500 weekend.

Real Racing withdraws from 2020 Super Formula season

Real Racing has announced it will not participate in the 2020 Super Formula season, reducing the size of this year's grid to 20 cars.

What Holden's demise really means for Supercars

The demise of Holden won't kill Supercars in Australia. But it will force the series to face its future with a sense of genuine urgency.

Aeroscreen prompts updated IndyCar pitstop, equipment regs

The introduction of the Red Bull Advance Technologies-developed aeroscreen in 2020 has prompted the NTT IndyCar Series to allow an extra team crew-member over the wall in a pitstop, to act purely as an aeroscreen attendant.

How Red Bull’s new front suspension harks back to Ferrari F2004
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How Red Bull’s new front suspension harks back to Ferrari F2004

Red Bull’s new RB16 features an all-new front suspension setup, which it has been further developing in Barcelona Formula 1 testing this week.

Test 2, Day 1: F1 2020 testing tech updates from the track

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you an update of the best technical images from the Barcelona pitlane on first day of the final Formula 1 test of 2020.

Perez: Racing Point is best car I’ve ever had to start season

Sergio Perez says the new Racing Point is the best Formula 1 car he has had in his career, but he still does not know how strong his team will be at the start of the season.

Alonso open to other IndyCar races besides Indy 500

Fernando Alonso has suggested there is a possibility of him racing in other rounds of the NTT IndyCar Series besides the Indianapolis 500, either in preparation for the 104th running or afterward.

Ryan Newman's recovery includes visit to Roush Fenway HQ

Ryan Newman’s road to recovery included a visit to his Roush Fenway Racing team’s headquarters in Concord, N.C.

Kubica says Alfa still has "something in the pocket"

Robert Kubica says there is more to come from the Alfa Romero Formula 1 team after he topped the first day of the second test in Barcelona.

Williams already on third Mercedes engine of testing

Williams has already been forced to move onto its third engine of pre-season testing after a string of issues with the Mercedes power unit.

Already with a win, Logano asks 'how we can be stronger'

If Las Vegas was the first true test of the new pairing of Joey Logano and crew chief Paul Wolfe, they not only passed but may have set a standard that will be hard to match this season.

Kubica ends first day of second F1 test on top

Robert Kubica ended the opening day of Formula 1’s second week of pre-season testing at Barcelona on top, as second-placed Max Verstappen’s late spin brought out a red flag.

F1 says "systems are go" for Vietnam amid coronavirus threat

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has insisted that the Vietnam GP is going ahead as planned – although he acknowledged that the coronavirus situation is "fluid" as more countries are impacted.

Ferrari: Mercedes wrong about engine performance

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has dismissed suggestions from Mercedes that it was running its engine at a different level to its customer teams in testing last week.

Ferrari considered DAS-style system in the past

Ferrari has revealed that it considered running a Mercedes-style DAS system on its own car in the past, but decided against it because it felt it would not be legal.

Opinion: WEC can’t go on like this – time to axe handicaps

The FIA World Endurance Championship hasn’t exactly produced too many classic races since Toyota was left as the only manufacturer in LMP1, but last weekend’s Lone Star Le Mans was by far the least eventful this writer can recall.