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The collective of seven UK-based Formula 1 teams working to assist the British government in combatting the coronavirus crisis will pool its resources and work united as 'Project Pitlane'.
Clint Bowyer says NASCAR drivers aren’t any different than anyone else during the novel coronavirus outbreak – looking for diversions from the problems and inconveniences caused by the pandemic.
Formula 1 needs to "put a pin" in allowing closer alliances between teams in the future if it is to keep a full grid in the future, says Williams.
Figuring out the fight formula.
MotoGP rookie Alex Marquez says it is the riders’ “responsibility” to encourage self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, hence Honda’s participation in Sunday’s all-star Esports race.
In other news, someone is trying to sell a build slot for nearly $50,000.
Weight is the enemy.
Valentino Rossi admits the forced hiatus for MotoGP due to the coronavirus pandemic has “messed up the plan” he had for deciding his future beyond the 2020 season.
Flavio Briatore says he warned Fernando Alonso against going to McLaren in 2007 because he believed Lewis Hamilton was in the "pocket" of team boss Ron Dennis.
Penske Entertainment and IndyCar CEO Mark Miles says he’s hopeful that the double-header weekend in Belle Isle, Detroit, can happen as scheduled on May 29-31 as the season-opener and that St. Petersburg can be installed as the finale.
Parnelli Jones and Bobby Unser have both stated that the Indianapolis 500’s shift from Memorial Day Weekend in 2020 is a pity but a necessary move as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.
IndyCar and Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg promoters Green Savoree have revealed that March’s planned 2020 season-opener may possibly become the new finale.
The coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series schedule has seen officials move the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis to July 4 and the 104th running of the Indy 500 to August 23, while three other races have been shifted.
The first NTT IndyCar Series Esports event will feature at least 25 cars, with Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin and former Formula 1 driver Scott Speed joining a phalanx of series champions and race winners.
BMW Formula E driver Alexander Sims is part of a campaign to collect protective equipment from UK motorsport companies and donate it to the NHS in response to COVID-19.
Haas has confirmed Pietro Fittipaldi and Louis Deletraz will serve as its official test and reserve drivers through the 2020 Formula 1 season.
Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says there can be no degree of certainty when Formula 1 will return to normal amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.