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Nissan e.dams' Sebastien Buemi says a broken steering wheel regen paddle caused his illegal power spike in Formula E's Santiago E-Prix, which cost him his first points finish of 2019-20.
BTCC driver Matt Neal has been involved in a mountain bike incident from which he has sustained multiple fractures and a collapsed lung.
Antonio Felix da Costa says his DS Techeetah team gave him “either incomplete or wrong information” regarding his battery temperature, which he feels cost him a potential Formula E victory in Santiago.
Jaguar’s Mitch Evans claimed pole position for the Santiago E-Prix, the third round of the 2019-20 season, by topping the superpole session on Saturday at the O’Higgins Park venue.
Nissan e.dams driver Oliver Rowland topped the red flag-interrupted Formula E practice ahead of the Santiago E-Prix as only the top three managed to post a full-power lap.
Mercedes driver Stoffel Vandoorne reckons the layout changes made to Santiago’s Park O’Higgins circuit have created “one of the most tricky corners” on the Formula E calendar.
Former Formula 1 driver Mark Blundell has announced his retirement from full-time racing after a difficult maiden season in the British Touring Car Championship.
Colin Turkington won the 2019 BTCC title in dramatic fashion from 25th on the grid after Dan Cammish crashed out with one lap remaining at Brands Hatch.
Ash Sutton scored his first win of the BTCC season at Brands Hatch as Colin Turkington spun down to 25th to give Dan Cammish the points lead.
Dan Cammish headed a shock Team Dynamics 1-2 in the opening BTCC race at Brands Hatch as points leader and polesitter Colin Turkington dropped to fifth.
Colin Turkington moved a step closer to the 2019 British Touring Car Championship title with pole at Brands Hatch as title rival Andrew Jordan crashed out of the session.
Goodyear will replace Dunlop as the sole tyre supplier of the British Touring Car Championship for the 2020 season ahead of the introduction of hybrid powertrains.
BTCC driver Dan Cammish says his collisions with title rival Andrew Jordan while under safety car conditions at Silverstone was a "farce from start to end".
Jack Goff scored Team Hard’s first ever BTCC victory in race three at Silverstone after a wet tyre gamble, as Colin Turkington extended his points lead.
Tom Ingram survived contact from Jason Plato to win a dramatic rain-hit BTCC race at Silverstone in which points leader Colin Turkington flew from 14th to second.
Tom Ingram denied Jason Plato victory in the opening British Touring Car Championship race at Silverstone as a spin for Colin Turkington split the title race wide open.
Jason Plato scored his first BTCC pole position in two years at Silverstone, as Colin Turkington qualified eight places higher than chief title rival Andrew Jordan.