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Silverstone no longer for sale, say owners BRDC

British Racing Drivers Club will 'go it alone' after deciding to shelve plans to sell Silverstone.

Williams confirms schedule for testing

Williams has confirmed its driver line-up for the pair of pre-season tests at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Felipe…

Bold idea: NASCAR should have made the first stages of races shorter

The stage lengths for the Daytona 500 are 60, 60 and 80 laps. When NASCAR released the lengths of stages for all of its Cup Series races last week, it was clear the lengths of the first two segments were designed to avoid fuel mileage racing within the segments. Show More Summary

Bold idea: NASCAR should have made the first stages of races shorter

When NASCAR released the lengths of stages for all of its Cup Series races last week, it was clear the lengths of the first two segments were designed to avoid fuel mileage racing within the segments. It’s not the most thrilling of visuals...Show More Summary

Force India aim to break into constructors' top three with 2017 car

Force India aim to break into the Formula 1 constructors' championship top three for the first time after launching their 2017 car.

Pérez dreams of maiden win with VJM10

Sergio Pérez is "dreaming" that he and Force India will be able to achieve their first victory together in 2017, following the…

Mallya hits back at Abiteboul comments

Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has hit back at Renault's Cyril Abiteboul, after the Frenchman suggested lesser-resourced…

Hamilton reveals helmet design winner

Lewis Hamilton has revealed the winner of his helmet design competition. Hamilton launched the competition at the end of…

Motor racing-Mallya's Force India aim to be a top three team

SILVERSTONE, England, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Force India set their sights on breaking into Formula One's top three at the launch of their new car on Wednesday and hit back at suggestions that they lack the budget to match the manufacturers in a spending 'arms race'.

Hamilton reveals helmet competition winner

Lewis Hamilton has revealed the winner of his helmet design competition for 2017. More to follow.

Hamilton expects 'massive challenge' from 2017 cars

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton says he believes the new faster Formula 1 cars this year will be a "massive challenge".

'Outdated Formula 1 has a lot of catching up to do'

Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 "has a lot of catching up to do" as it enters a new era under Liberty Media.

Valtteri Bottas: New Mercedes driver happy to be working with Lewis Hamilton

New Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas says he is looking forward to working with three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.

NASCAR Cup: Can-Am Duel line-ups

By AMANDA VINCENT Hendrick Motorsports teammates Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Chase Elliott are the only two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers who already know where they will be starting Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Show More Summary

Force India reveals VJM10 at Silverstone

Force India unveiled its 2017 challenger, dubbed the VJM10, during an official launch ceremony at the Silverstone circuit on…

Bell Media maintains Canada’s NASCAR rights

FROM MOTORSPORT.COM Canada’s TSN and RDS television networks have reached a multi-year media rights extension with NASCAR, with the networks retaining exclusive Canadian media rights to all Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series races across all platforms. A longtime partner of the sport, TSN has broadcasted races since the network’s inception in 1984. [...]

Lando Norris: McLaren sign British teenager to young driver programme

McLaren sign British teenager Lando Norris to their young driver programme, with a view to developing him towards a Formula 1 career.

Norris joins McLaren driver programme

British racer Lando Norris has joined McLaren's driver programme ahead of the 2017 season. More to follow.

Mercedes won't change Lewis Hamilton's mechanics

Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have officially confirmed that they will not change the British driver's mechanics for the forthcoming Formula One season.

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