News and Analysis
South Korean brand Hankook has won a tender to supply tyres for the Gen3 Formula E car from the 2022-23 season, seeing off competition from current supplier Michelin.
The dominant manufacturer as the Group C era came to a close, twice in three years Sauber didn't start the biggest sportscar race of them all. When its one and only Le Mans 24 Hours victory finally came, it was amid unlikely circumstances.
Lucas di Grassi says he will miss having Daniel Abt in the Audi Formula E team and believes the ousted German merits another drive in the series.
DTM race-winner Manuel Reuter believes that the series made “exactly the same mistakes” as the International Touring Car Championship by putting its focus on engineering that raised costs for entrants.
It's 20 years since the DTM roared back into life at a packed Hockenheim with a back-to-basics approach as the antidote to its high-tech past. Now it's on its knees again, so is it time to recall the lessons learned in 2000?
The FIA has confirmed the appointment of Compact Dynamics as the exclusive supplier of hybrid systems to the World Rally Championship from the 2022 season.
Enaam Ahmed will return to Europe this year to lead Carlin’s FIA Formula 3 championship assault.
Former Benetton and BAR team principal David Richards has criticised the “foolish” in-fighting that overshadowed the ground-breaking thermal efficiency rating of Formula 1’s new turbo-hybrid engines in 2014.
Barwell Motorsport team boss Mark Lemmer has described the pitlane incident that went viral during last weekend's Dubai 24 Hours as “deeply regrettable”.
The revived Brabham marque must "earn the right" to be able to support a hypercar programme in the FIA World Endurance Championship, says sporting director David Brabham.
British Touring Car Championship race winner Rory Butcher was forced to miss the Dubai 24 Hours after his flight was diverted to avoid airstrikes over Iraq.
Enzo Ide, the 2016 Blancpain GT Sprint champion, is recovering at home after spending five months in hospital in his native Belgium.
Adam Carroll led from lights-to-flag in the Ferrari Challenge’s showpiece Trofeo Pirelli World Final at Mugello, seeing off late pressure from Bjorn Grossmann.
James Weiland capitalised on a mistake from Tani Hanna to take victory on the last lap of the Ferrari Challenge Coppa Shell World Final at Mugello.
Louis Prette has been crowned Ferrari Challenge Europe champion after a steward’s review into overtaking under yellow flags in race two resulted in penalties for six other drivers.
Despite losing out on race victory to Benjamin Hites, Cooper MacNeil successfull defended his Ferrari Challenge North America title at the Mugello season finale.
Philippe Prette capped off his fifth Ferrari Challenge Asia-Pacific title-winning season with his eighth victory of the year at Mugello, seeing off late pressure from Go Max.
Niccolo Schiro overturned a 13-point deficit to win the Ferrari Challenge Europe title with victory in the final round at Mugello, as rival Louis Prette was given a 25-second penalty.
Cooper MacNeil beat title rival Benjamin Hites to pole for the final round of the Ferrari Challenge North America series at Mugello, and extends his points lead in the process.