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Track limits at Austin: where is the line?

Motorsport.com's Covy Moore is concerned the lack of track limit rules at the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship race at COTA will have a negative effect on the sport, if not enforced.

Guy Martin still wants to race after huge shunt at Ulster

The English rider gave fans an update via his Facebook page, describing his accident, recovery and future plans in the sport after his Dundrod 150 crash during the Ulster Grand Prix weekend in Northern Ireland.

Beyond the limit: Experiencing the Ulster Grand Prix

Motorsport.com's Covy Moore experienced the thrilling Ulster Grand Prix first-hand.

Project CARS is here, and it looks incredible

It took a few years, but as of today (on Steam) Project CARS has been released to the public.

Conor Daly confirmed with SPM in Detroit

Conor Daly spoke to Motorsport.com this morning about his next opportunity behind the wheel this coming weekend in Detroit.

The road from USAC to Indy has become a tough one to travel

Shifting from a USAC car, be it a silver crown, midget or sprint to an IndyCar is a feat in itself, but according to Bryan Clauson USAC veterans are used to driving something different every weekend.

Andretti Autosport ready for 'interesting afternoon'

Andretti Autosport's Rob Edwards spoke about the challenges teams are up against ahead of today's revised qualifying session.

Flying Lizard adds Byrne, Cosmo to #45 lineup for Monterey

The team who almost took home the win last year in this exact event sets its lineup for the Continental Tires Grand Prix of Monterey.

Moran Jr. tipped Daly for Long Beach start

Motorsport.com spoke to Conor Daly about his whirlwind weekend in Long Beach, when he arrived expecting to drive the two seater, and ended it with the second-best Honda lap of the race.

IndyCar penalizes Hunter-Reay, others after NOLA

IndyCar announced a slew of penalties today after the caution filled Grand Prix of New Orleans.

James Hinchcliffe hoping for better results at NOLA

Canadian IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe says he is expecting the City of New Orleans to come out in full force for this weekends inaugural NOLA GP.

Motorsports falls from television in Canada

I am Canadian. I am proud of that fact. But the lack of motorsports support is really starting to hurt the regular fan.

A lot of debris raises a lot of questions following IndyCar season opener

The new aero kits had an unintended consequence Sunday ... A lot of debris.

Power, Dixon top overall times at IndyCar Barber test

After two days of testing, and watching the times pretty closely, here are some thoughts on the aero kit performance situation in IndyCar is.

Pagenaud fast in opening session of IndyCar testing

The opening test of the season, and first official test with the Chevrolet and Honda aero kits at Barber has ended its first session of a two-day test.

Montoya talks pressure at Team Penske and 2015 expectations

Juan Pablo Montoya spoke with Motorsport.com about the aero kits expected to be on track in only days, among other topics.

Toro Rosso struggles with power in Melbourne

A successful day from the point of view of seat time, Carlos Sainz says there is more to be desired from the Renault power unit.

Australian Grand Prix FP2 results: Mercedes continues to top charts

Mercedes 1-2 has shades of 2014, but the rest of the field is optimistic they will find some more speed.

Canadian driver ready to Race to 24

Edmonton, Alberta's Stefan Rzadzinski will be jetting off to Abu Dhabi to participate in the SARD Morand Race to 24 competition.

SAFER Barriers, a quick history lesson

It's been nearly 17 years since the call was made to create a soft wall solution for auto racing, but with recent injuries, that system, and its 100 per cent installation at tracks has become a headline topic.

Testing IndyCar's aero kits with Tony Kanaan

Tony Kanaan spoke in an interview with Motorsport.com about his time behind the wheel of the new Chevrolet road course/short oval aero kit, and what we could see in store for 2015.

Dyson Racing and Bentley ready to take on the Pirelli World Challenge

With a half-season under its belt, Dyson Racing is hoping to win more races and contend for a title in 2015 with the Bentley Continental GT3.

Lola Heritage division and Chevron look towards the future

Any Lola customers out there wondering if you can hit the track again, and still find the parts if something fails, you are in luck as Chevron and Lola partner to ensure support for classic cars moving forward.

Maldonado: "We don't have a lot of time"

While Pastor Maldonado brought Lotus an evening of glory at Barcelona topping practice times today, he added they still have a lot of work to do.

The good, the bad and the ugly: IndyCar's first aero kit

Chevrolet released images of their aero kit today and after just a couple conversations I have started to make my conclusions about the look of the first of four aero kits scheduled to be released in 2015.

By the numbers: Jeff Gordon

With the 4-time champion stepping away from the sport full time at the end of this year, and beginning what can only be a storybook season ahead for the veteran, let's look at the numbers significant to Jeff Gordon's career

Earnhardt Jr. says Gordon's exit due to multiple factors

During Media Day at DIS, defending Daytona 500 Champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. spoke about what factors take a driver like Jeff Gordon out of the sport.

Is Calgary, Canada IndyCar's next new stop?

Motorsport.com has learned that Schmidt Peterson's James Hinchcliffe, along with team co-owner and Calgary businessman Ric Peterson are making a push to bring IndyCar back to western Canada.

Helio Castroneves gives impression of NOLA Motorsports Park

Spending two days in Louisiana testing at NOLA, Helio Castroneves spoke about his thoughts on learning a brand new track.

Barnhart hits back at Race Control criticism

With a rocky end to a successful, long 15 year stint in race control, Brian Barnhart told Motorsport.com that he isn't concerned about the public criticism after IndyCar announced his return to race control.

Conor Daly is next in line for IndyCar

After a massively successful test at Sebring that saw the 23-year-old match James Hinchcliffe's time in a team car, after two years away from IndyCar, Conor Daly feels he is at the top of the call list.

Pagenaud: "With Will there is respect"

Simon Pagenaud spoke to Motorsport.com about his new team mate in Will Power, who is a former rival...and team mate prior to that.

CFH Racing anxious to get ahold of aero kits

Best kept secret of the 2015 racing season so far are the looks of the aero kits. CFH Racing's Ed Carpenter spoke with Motorsport.com about the new kits, testing, and the cancellation of Brazil.

Carpenter: "I can't wait to get on track"

Motorsport.com spoke to Ed Carpenter to talk about 2015, Luca Filippi and the challenges of merging two race teams during the offseason in part one of a two part feature.

Bryan Herta Autosport open to return to Indy Lights

Bryan Herta said that with a new car in the series, and a revitalization of the series he is open to bringing his team back to Indy Lights.

Ericsson admits Sauber has more in the tank

After four days of testing, Sauber pilot Marcus Ericsson admits his team and the Ferrari power unit have more performance yet to be shown before Melbourne.

Ricciardo looking towards Barcelona after long day for Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo ran the second least amount of laps today at Jerez after an engine change early in the day.

Jos Verstappen proud of young Max's performance in Jerez

Max Verstappen now has a race distance under him in Winter testing, but what does his father, Jos, think?

Vettel: "To sum it up, Ferrari is something special"

Ending the day at the top of the charts didn't seem to matter to Sebastian Vettel, but the new addition to the Ferrari ranks is happy with the car.

Alonso: "Six laps is not enough"

Spaniard Fernando Alonso finished his first day on the job with McLaren-Honda, but completing only six laps was not the debut they were hoping for.

iRacers ready for 24-hour endurance challenge

The 24-Hours of Daytona is just around the corner, and iRacers all over the globe are

Canadian racers reeling after race track development squashed

After a 12-hour hearing in Calgary, Alberta, a multi-million dollar, professional grade race track called Rockyview Motorsports Park was denied its development permits.

Ogier wins Rally Monte Carlo

In four days of varying conditions, it was the reigning champion that came out on top.

Ogier holds lead heading into final day

The VW driver drove cautiously today, in tough conditions.

Ogier leads, Loeb breaks in Monte Carlo

Sebastien Loeb will have a long way to battle back after a suspension part issue on the sixth and final stage of the day in Monte Carlo.

Loeb holds onto lead at Monte Carlo

Winning the first stage, and a strong performance in the second kept former World Champion Sebastien Loeb's chances afloat, taking home the overall lead on day one of the classic rally.

Endurance racing is hard, even on iRacing

Ever wanted to try your hand at running a prototype for 24 hours around Daytona International Speedway's infield road course, just like the pros?

Top 20 moments of 2014

With the New Year upon us, we thought it would be great to compile our list of the top 20 moments of the season, from our series that ran this holiday season.

Top 20 moments of 2014, #6: Tom Kristensen retires from racing

Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we hit #11, and the emotional announcement that Danish driver Tom Kristensen would be leaving motorsports after 2014.

Top 20 moments of 2014, #8: Another LMP1 on track in 2015

Looking back over the top moments of 2014, one has got our heart racing. Nissan announced their efforts to field an LMP1 car for 2015.

Ex-Kimi Raikkonen chassis on the auction block

Another great car is coming up for auction in a couple weeks, along with a handful of other championship winning cars.

Top 20 moments of 2014, #15: It's about time, Dale Jr and Will Power

Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we simply couldn't nail down one of these stories to make the list, so we thought they could share. Will Power wins the IndyCar title, and Dale Jr joins Twitter.

Top 20 moments of 2014, #16: Kurt Busch attempts "the double"

Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #16, and the Memorial Day double attempt by NASCAR ace Kurt Busch.

Ayrton Senna's Toleman TG183B up for sale

Ayrton Senna sat in only so many race cars...want to own one of them?

Jamie Whincup, Australia's greatest driver ever

Taking home six title is no easy feat, just as Jamie Whincup.

Citroen cleans up at FIA Prize Giving

The WTCC podium was monopolized by the French marque.

International Race of Champions, where art thou?

The 12 car, 12 driver, 4 race dash for cash format championship was a crowd pleaser.

Top 5 NASCAR Championship moments

With many great championship stories to tell, Motorsport.com lists the favourite five, heading into what is looking to be another classic championship shootout.

Does television do the true speed of racing justice?

I spent quite a few years before I was able to get to a really big race track...

Cussing on television - where is the line?

After this weekend's slip of the television censor tongue from Jeff Gordon, it got me thinking...