Legendary team owner Roger Penske says he’s told NASCAR CEO Jim France “let’s make the decision and go” with revolutionary plans for the next generation of machinery.
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.
Rookie NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece ready to make his second start at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway this Sunday.
The Lexus Racing program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GT Daytona class must achieve a level of success before a move to DPi will be considered, says Toyota Racing Development boss David Wilson.
The NASCAR Roundtable is back to tackle some of the hot topics from this past week in NASCAR.
Bubba Wallace will pull double duty this weekend at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
This weekend the NTT IndyCar Series will race at Circuit of The Americas for the first time, supported by Indy Lights, Stadium SuperTrucks and the Global MX-5 Cup. Here’s what’s on, when it’s on, and how to watch it.
Martin Truex Jr. has had a stellar career in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but there is a nagging absence he’d like to fill.
Two-time Indy 500 winner and 2005 IndyCar champion Dan Wheldon will be inducted into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame this May, along with radio and TV commentator and IMS public address announcer Bob Jenkins.
The First turn at Brands Hatch was too narrow for British F2 rising talent: Peter Kox pushes Craig Baird off the track and further downhill there is a collision between Mark Albon and Vincenzo Sospiri that puts a race in the red flag mode.
Motorsport.com’s Global Editor-in-Chief Charles Bradley speaks to Lexus Racing’s drivers and team boss in the moments before the start of the Sebring 12 Hours sportscar classic.
Red Bull's switch to Honda engines for 2019 was considered a gamble, but the new partnership got off to a great start with Max Verstappen splitting the Ferraris in qualifying and then finishing on the podium in the Australian Grand Prix. Red Bull's pace p
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A repeat of the bizarre out-lap crash between Supercars star Scott McLaughlin and Cam Waters can be avoided through a simple rule change, according to a leading endurance driver.
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.
Giorgio Piola starts his selection of the most intriguing Formula 1 tech updates from the Australian Grand Prix with a look at the upgrade Red Bull brought forward by a month, and how teams are changing DRS actuators to make the most of the new 2019 rules
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.
Pirelli World Challenge SprintX stars Wei Lu and Jeff Segal have confirmed their fulltime racing plans in the European Le Mans Series in 2019, bringing their Ferrari of Vancouver backing to the JMW Motorsport squad.
Red Bull's partnership with Honda began with a podium in Formula 1's Australian Grand Prix, and led to Toto Wolff declaring that the pairing will "become a threat" to Mercedes.
Toro Rosso technical director Jody Egginton says that the Italian team was impressed by Alex Albon on his Formula 1 debut, describing the Thai-British driver’s approach as “not emotional” and “methodical.”
Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says that the teams need clarity on plans for the championship's 2021 regulations.
While Nissan has culled many of its drivers, arguably its most successful and highest profile gamer-turned-racer Jann Mardenborough has kept his place. Will he be the last of the manufacturer-backed motorsport sim graduates?
Ex-Formula 1 racer Will Stevens says he would love to seal a full-time drive in the FIA World Endurance Championship after winning on his return to the series in the Sebring 1000 Miles.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Melbourne pitlane at the Australian Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
The first official sessions of the 2019 Formula 1 season are now over, and plenty of new developments were unveiled on the opening day of running in Melbourne.
In our last deep dive into Giorgio Piola’s treasure trove, we cast our eye over Ferrari’s 312. But it was 1974 rivals McLaren and Emerson Fittipaldi that prevailed, running out the eventual winners in a less complex but far more compliant car.
Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images available from the third day of the final test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.