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Rosenqvist: “IndyCar is the toughest beast yet”

Chip Ganassi Racing rookie Felix Rosenqvist says that the Dallara-Honda he’s been driving this year is the most difficult car he’s needed to master in his astonishingly varied career.

RCR to release Hemric following 2019 season

Richard Childress Racing will release driver Daniel Hemric at the conclusion of the 2019 season.

Porsche to run Coca-Cola livery at Petit Le Mans

The works Porsche 911 RSRs will run Coca-Cola livery in the finale of the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Petit Le Mans at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

The seven-race streak that proves Leclerc's usurped Vettel Prime

The seven-race streak that proves Leclerc's usurped Vettel

Going into 2019, Ferrari clearly viewed Sebastian Vettel as its number one driver. He is, after all, a four-time Formula 1 world champion, but there is now a compelling argument that his new teammate should be Ferrari's focus

Renault says fighting McLaren an "awkward situation"

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admits that fighting the French manufacturer's sole customer team McLaren is an "awkward situation."

Muller denies Rast's DTM title "pressure" claims

Audi DTM driver Nico Muller has dismissed newly-crowned series champion Rene Rast's claims that he failed to keep a "cool head" with the title on the line in last weekend's Nurburgring round.

KTM drops Zarco for rest of 2019 MotoGP season

KTM has dropped Johann Zarco from its MotoGP line-up effective immediately, replacing the Frenchman with Mika Kallio for the rest of the 2019 season.

Singapore GP: All the winners since 2008

The Singapore Grand Prix was first run in 2008 and, after that massively controversial first event, has been dominated by Mercedes and Red Bull. Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are tied for all-time winner status (four each). Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…

Ocon learned "a lot of things" from year out of F1

Esteban Ocon insists that he's benefited from his year as reserve driver for the Mercedes Formula 1 team, despite a lack of testing miles.

Why Aprilia can't afford to alienate its main asset Prime

Why Aprilia can't afford to alienate its main asset

Aleix Espargaro has shown continual patience at Aprilia, but the the MotoGP minnow's limited progress means it now faces losing a rider with an eye for bike development at a time when it needs it most.

Motorsport.com launches all-new mobile app

Introducing the all-new Motorsport.com App, now available to download on iOS and Android.

Gallery: All of Damon Hill's F1 wins

1996 Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill turns 59 today. On this occasion, we recall all of his 22 grand prix wins.

Da Costa to partner Vergne at DS Techeetah

Antonio Felix da Costa has been signed to partner Jean-Eric Vergne at the DS Techeetah ABB FIA Formula E team ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Why a key title-winning team builder is leaving F1

One of the most important yet understated members of two different, dominating Formula 1 teams will not be among the Mercedes contingent by the end of 2019.

Ghiotto joins Ginetta for Fuji WEC debut

Formula 2 frontrunner Luca Ghiotto will make his FIA World Endurance Championship debut with the Ginetta LMP1 team at Fuji next month.

How would qualifying races change F1? Prime

How would qualifying races change F1?

What impact would the mooted Saturday qualifying races have on grands prix? Can Sebastian Vettel recover Ferrari's focus from Charles Leclerc? Does DRS need to be 'BoP-esque'? Our ex-Formula 1 technical director answers these questions and more

Di Giannantonio hits out at Moto2 stewards' call

Fabio Di Giannantonio has expressed his disillusionment that Moto2 rival Augusto Fernandez was not penalised for his race-winning move in last weekend's Misano race.

Zandvoort replaces Paul Ricard on F2 calendar

Paul Ricard will not feature on the Formula 1 support series calendar in 2020, with the F2 and F3 championships both visiting Zandvoort and Bahrain next season.

Channel 4 extends Formula 1 TV coverage deal

The British Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Channel 4 in a "multi-year" deal with Sky that secures Formula 1's free-to-air presence in the UK.

Zandvoort 'doesn't need to worry' about remaining track work

Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers says that Zandvoort will be ready to host an F1 race next May, despite the huge amount of work that still needs to be done.

Marquez's victory a "miracle" given Honda weaknesses

Cal Crutchlow has dubbed fellow Honda MotoGP rider Marc Marquez's victory in Misano a "miracle", given his own miserable weekend at the circuit.

Fenestraz: Japan success shows Renault "wrong" to drop me

Sacha Fenestraz says his rookie season success in All-Japan Formula 3 shows that Renault was “wrong” to drop him from its driver development programme.

Monza not Ferrari's last chance to win in 2019 - Binotto

Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto is adamant his team will still have more chances to win in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season, despite the last two tracks having clearly favoured his cars.

Miller was "paranoid" about crashing at Misano

Jack Miller admits he became "paranoid" about crashing in the San Marino Grand Prix as he battled a lack of front grip, and was relieved to make it through the Misano weekend without injury.