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Mercedes DTM refugee Dani Juncadella is in the frame for a 2019 Nissan Super GT drive, along with Japanese racing veteran James Rossiter and Porsche GT racer Frederic Makowiecki.
Former grand prix driver Karun Chandhok is to make a return to Sky’s Formula 1 coverage next season, as the network gears up for its exclusive broadcast deal.
Lewis Hamilton says he has not peaked yet and has a “super focus” to work out how to defeat new Formula 1 rivals Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc next season.
Newly-promoted factory Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci says he wants to avoid the strained relationship his predecessor Jorge Lorenzo had with Andrea Dovizioso.
Even if it's not the fastest, we'd still take the Carrera GT every day of the week and twice on Sundays.
Taiwan-based GT team HubAuto has called on Supercars drivers Tim Slade and Nick Percat to spearhead its Ferrari 488 GT3 entry for next year's Bathurst 1000.
Dion von Moltke is a racer with victories in endurance racing crown jewels such as the Rolex 24 Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. Now he's launching a company that makes driver coaching easier and more accessible for the next generation of racers.
A Bugatti Type 35A grand prix car piloted by marque legend Louis Chiron will be auctioned in Arizona next January
Oliver Rowland says he is no longer aiming for a Formula 1 race drive after sealing his ABB FIA Formula E deal with the Nissan e.dams squad.
Fourteen-time European rallycross champion Kenneth Hansen is working on a return to World RX as a team owner in 2019.
Veteran driver Jamie McMurray has landed another NASCAR ride, this time on TV.
Motorsport.com begins its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with a look back to a milestone achieved at one of America’s oldest events.
Lando Norris said he steered clear of choosing hero Valentino Rossi’s #46 in Formula 1 because he didn’t want to be a "copycat".
One of most surprising storylines from the 2018 Formula 1 season was the change in fortunes at Sauber, which lifted itself from the rear of the grid to lead 'Class B' on occasion. Here's how that turnaround came to be.