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NASCAR debuts new sponsorship model
Steve Phelps on the state of NASCAR
NASCAR slams teams for manipulation
Gallery: Johnson's seven Cup titles

NASCAR unveiled its new Cup Series sponsorship model on Thursday which features four “premier partners” beginning with the 2020 season.

NASCAR President Steve Phelps provided an optimistic update Sunday about three upcoming key initiatives – the next generation car, a new engine and a schedule overhaul in the 2021 season.

NASCAR has issued hefty penalties to team owners Jay Robinson of Premium Motorsports, Rick Ware of Rick Ware Racing, and TJ Puchyr of Spire Motorsports for race manipulation in the Homestead-Miami finale.

With the news that Jimmie Johnson's career as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver will end following the 2020 season, here's a look back on his seven championships.

Opinion: Why there needs to be a Ford v Ferrari sequel

The Hollywood blockbuster that brought the story of Ken Miles, Carroll Shelby and Le Mans 1966 to the silver screen was so good that it’s crying out for a sequel, says Charles Bradley.

Opinion: The new manufacturer NASCAR really needs

And the next manufacturer in NASCAR is…? Until recently, that question could be answered by another – ‘When is Dodge coming back?’ But a revised NASCAR technical ethos, and some broader-minded thinking about what the future of the sport should look like, has opened up its game perhaps like never before.

The 2020 Cup Series rookie class ready for 'next chapter'

The 2020 NASCAR Cup Series rookie class is shaping up to be a stout one, featuring three drivers who combined to win 21 races this season.

Promoted: Why Oliver Askew can be IndyCar’s next star rookie

Arrow McLaren SP has signed Oliver Askew as one half of its 2020 youth movement, and the team’s belief is not misplaced, writes David Malsher.

ROKiT unveiled as W Series' first sponsor

The W Series has unveiled Williams Formula 1 team partner ROKiT as its first sponsor.

Tanak has "no doubts" after first Hyundai test

Reigning World Rally champion Ott Tanak says he has "no doubts" he can fight to defend his crown with Hyundai after testing the i20 Coupe WRC this week.

Verstappen: Red Bull's 2020 start key to my future

Max Verstappen thinks both Red Bull’s Formula 1 title hopes and his own future with the team rest on a strong start to 2020.

BMW reveals teaser image of all-new M4 GT3

BMW has announced it will introduce a new GT3 model for the 2022 season, based on the upcoming next-generation M4 road car, to replace the ageing M6 GT3.

Makowiecki replaces Pilet in Porsche's IMSA line-up

Frederic Makowiecki will contest the full 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season with the factory Porsche team, in place of Patrick Pilet.

Wright announces Long, Hardwick for IMSA GTD campaign

Wright Motorsports will enter a Porsche 911 GT3 R in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, with Patrick Long and Ryan Hardwick as the full-time drivers.

Would Hamilton switch to Ferrari in 2021?
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Would Hamilton switch to Ferrari in 2021?

Speculation of Lewis Hamilton driving for Ferrari in the future was reignited over Formula 1's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend.

What the new Cup Series sponsorship model means for NASCAR

The rollout of NASCAR’s new sponsor model for its Cup Series has prompted many questions and some aspects of the change won’t be apparent to fans right away.

Alonso hits back at "self-centred" suggestions

Fernando Alonso has hit back at suggestions that he is a ‘self-centred’ driver – pointing out that the kind of troubles Ferrari faced between teammates this year never happened when he was there.

Berger: DTM clash with Le Mans in 2020 unavoidable

DTM boss Gerhard Berger says the series cannot avoid a clash between its new Anderstorp round and the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours.

Mazepin quickest as Abu Dhabi F2 test ends

Carlin driver Nikita Mazepin topped the timesheets as Formula 2 post-season testing concluded in Abu Dhabi.

Yamaha would be happy to keep Vinales "for 2021 and beyond"

Yamaha MotoGP boss Lin Jarvis says he would be happy for Maverick Vinales to remain part of the manufacturer's line-up "for 2021 and beyond".

Wolff hints at Mercedes stay amid links to F1 role

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dropped the firmest hint yet that he will stay on in his current role, despite ongoing speculation linking him to a position running F1 from 2021.

Lauda named Personality of the Year at FIA prize-giving

The late Niki Lauda was honoured with the Personality of the Year Award at the end-of-season FIA Prize Gala in Paris on Friday night.

Alonso: Indy 500 is “the main priority” in 2020

Fernando Alonso says that trying to win the Indianapolis 500 is top of his list of priorities but until his inaugural attempt at the Dakar Rally is out of the way, he won’t be seeking to close any deals among IndyCar teams.

Supercars signs off on 2020 aero packages

Supercars has signed off on the 2020 aero packages for the Holden Commodore and Ford Mustang after a five-day homologation test in Queensland.

Hamilton: All my rivals phoning Wolff over Mercedes F1 seat

Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says his rivals want to join Mercedes and that a top-line driver is among those calling team boss Toto Wolff about a move.

What the fallout from Aston's engine split means for 2020 Prime

What the fallout from Aston's engine split means for 2020

Aston Martin's DTM arrival, via the R-Motorsport outfit, was heralded as a salvation of sorts for the series. After plenty of bumps in the road in 2019, the team finds itself in a similar position to the one it was in 12 months ago. Can it get its act together?

F1 2021 cars will be “nasty pieces of work to drive”

Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green believes that 2021 cars will be “nasty pieces of work to drive” due to the airflow off the front wing making them unpredictable.

Technical director Chester leaves Renault F1 team

Renault Formula 1 chassis chief Nick Chester is leaving the team as part of the major restructuring of its technical department.