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Chile WRC: Tanak ends Friday stages in command

Toyota’s Ott Tanak has taken command of the WRC’s inaugural Rally Chile, extending his lead over Citroen’s Sebastien Ogier after dominating Friday afternoon’s two long stages.

Chile WRC: Tanak leads Ogier after tough first morning

Toyota’s Ott Tanak leads the way after the opening three stages of the WRC’s inaugural Rally Chile, heading Sebastien Ogier and Thierry Neuville after a challenging first morning.

Brands Hatch Blancpain: Engel/Stolz win for Mercedes

Black Falcon Mercedes pair Maro Engel and Luca Stolz took a dominant race two win in the Brands Hatch Blancpain sprint season-opener, after surprise poleman Fabian Schiller dropped back.

Brands Hatch Blancpain: Bastian and Neubauer take sensational win

Silver Cup competitors Nico Bastian and Thomas Neubauer took a sensational Blancpain World Challenge Europe win in the Brands Hatch season-opener in their Akka ASP Mercedes, having seized the lead during the pitstops.

Chris Hoy to drive Formula E demo car in Rome

Six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy will drive an ABB FIA Formula E Gen2 demonstration car at this weekend's race in Rome.

Vergne has changed approach for title defence

Reigning ABB FIA Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne says he has changed his approach to races from his title-winning campaign for the 2018/19 season.

Formula E losing "unpredictability" with flat-out Gen2 racing

ABB FIA Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi believes that flat-out races with the series' new Gen2 cars will result in lower in-race variation and unpredictability.

BMW is FE pre-season favourite, says Audi

Audi ABB FIA Formula E team boss Allan McNish reckons BMW Andretti is the team to beat heading into the upcoming 2018/19 season.

Vandoorne "would've liked more preparation" for Formula E debut

McLaren Formula 1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne admits he would've liked "a bit more preparation" ahead of his Formula E debut with series newcomer HWA.

Junior ladder "disappointment" a factor in Albon Nissan deal

Nissan e.dams Formula E team boss Jean-Paul Driot says his “disappointment” at the lack of progression opportunities for young drivers motivated him to sign Alexander Albon for season five.

Österreichring - a matter of perspective

A look at the return to the Red Bull Ring in Austria for the 2014 Austrian Grand Prix.

Mercedes's international rescue - views on the outcome of "testgate"

FIA slapped a couple wrists...what came of the tribunal meetings today?

Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve - a modern classic

The Canadian Grand Prix has a rich and interesting history.

Pirellis, passes and politics: Thoughts on F1 in 2013

From the on-going degrading comments about Pirelli to the notorious pass for the win in Malaysia and then add a spice of politics and note that the early 2013 Formula One season has already had plenty of drama.

The fall and rise of Felipe Massa

Massa is not only still on Ferrari's driving staff but is looking a much stronger proposition than he has in some time.

What is right and what is wrong on team orders?

Team orders is not a new idea in any motor sports event over the ages, nor will it cease to exit.

The curious case of the F1 pay driver

Pay drivers are not new in Formula One, or in any major racing series. While they may not pay out of their own pockets, many drivers secure sponsorship for their rides.