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The NTT IndyCar Series, the most diverse open-wheel race series in the world, is back tomorrow and live on NBC. David Malsher-Lopez looks ahead to what is currently set to be a 14-race season, analyzes Alexander Rossi's chances of winning his first IndyCar title, and checks out his competition.
Jimmie Johnson has never been one to shy away from his opinion, but admits when it comes to the social unrest in the United States, he’s been doing a lot of listening and learning.
With Pol Espargaro and Marc Marquez set to become Honda MotoGP teammates in 2021, a clash dating back eight years hints towards simmering tensions coming to a boil next year.
The 2020 DTM season will kick off at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit after the cancellation of the Norisring rounds was made official on Friday.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says his team has nothing to fear about the arrival of a cost cap in Formula 1 – even though it will likely hurt the top outfits more.
The bagger doesn't embarrass itself.
Gerard Neveu is optimistic next week's Virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans will spark more interest from drivers outside of sports car racing to enter the real-world race.
People love a little red Corvette.
The W16 engine alone has about 3,700 parts.
Formula 1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn says that some "fairly serious people" are considering an investment in the Williams team.
On this day in 1983, a winning era for Formula 1's most successful engine came to an end when Michele Alboreto triumphed for Tyrrell around the streets of Detroit.
Ousted Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci would be "competitive right away" in World Superbike if he chose to switch to the series in 2021, according to his former team boss Francesco Guidotti.
Racing Point Formula 1 team boss Otmar Szafnauer has made it clear that the team isn't in the market for a new driver as it morphs into Aston Martin in 2021.
Formula 1 could mix up tyre compounds between double-header events in order to liven up the second race of the weekend.
Toyota driver Heikki Kovalainen admits he faces a “tricky situation” being able to get into Japan in time for the start of the new SUPER GT season.