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Ex-Formula 1 driver Esteban Tuero, who drove for Minardi in 1998, has been hospitalised following a serious road accident in Argentina that left him with multiple fractures.
Argentinian rider Leandro Mercado is set to take part in the 2018 World Superbike season along with a new team, Orelac Racing.
FIA Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has completed an “informal visit” of Argentina’s Buenos Aires circuit to evaluate the state of the facility.
Indy Lights driver Santiago Urrutia claims to have "70 percent" of the budget in order to race in the Verizon IndyCar Series next season and is currently in negotiations with three winning teams.
Tiago Monteiro says he wants to continue with Honda in WTCC, and has already started to discuss conditions for a contract renewal with the Japanese manufacturer.
Volvo driver Nicky Catsburg believes that the WTCC organisers need to take a "hard look" at the series' tyres after the two punctures he suffered in both races last weekend in Argentina.
Ex-F1 driver Esteban Tuero, who contested a full-time campaign with Minardi back in 1998, has retired from motorsport aged 38.
Mauricio Lambiris will make his debut in the WTCC this weekend in Argentina, after securing a last-minute agreement to replace Ferenc Ficza at Zengo Motorsport.
Former Red Bull reserve driver Antonio Felix da Costa has said Formula 1 is wrong to pursue closed cockpits as a future safety measure.
The body of five-time Formula 1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio has been exhumed today in order to test his DNA and determine his paternity over two men.
A judge has suspended the exhumation of five-time F1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio’s body until a similar case, from another man claiming to be his son, is completed.
The body of five-time Formula 1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio will be exhumed next month, following the orders of a judge in Argentina for a paternity test.
Jaime Alguersuari is currently eighth in the championship standings for the Virgin Racing team.
In an exclusive interview with Motorsport.com, the Brazilian opened up about his aspirations to return to NASCAR.
Motorsport.com spoke with the Formula E Team Principal.
Andretti Autosport team owner has already talked to the Colombian about the idea.
US$29,650,095 for the W196R the Argentinean drove in 1954 to earn his second of his five Formula One championships.
Keselowski made some serious allegations in the media this week about the hiring processes of some big teams in NASCAR.
Team owner Roger Penske will join his driver as they both will head to Washington DC after the Texas 500 to meet with President Obama
The manufacturer has never won at the California racetrack with the Sprint Cup Series, but Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch may change that this weekend