Bob Bell says he is excited to play a role in the latest Renault works Formula 1 team, as he returns to an Enstone factory that…
Kamui Kobayashi has taken Alexander Wurz's Toyota LMP1 seat for the 2016 World Endurance Championship season, after the…
Ahead of this weekend's Buenos Aires ePrix, Formula E looks at the greatest Argentinian racers.
Over nearly 20 years in Formula One, the Renault team has produced several beautiful (and a few not-so-beautiful) liveries. The colour scheme unveiled this week in Paris — as part of the launch ceremony reintroducing the French teamShow More Summary
Former NHRA driver Don Prudhomme estimates that Tony Stewart was alone for 90 minutes after he was injured driving a sand buggy over the weekend. Stewart is slated to be out for the first part of the NASCAR season after suffering a burst fracture to his L1 vertebra on Sunday. Show More Summary
Former Sprint Cup Series champion and NBC analyst Dale Jarrett said Thursday that Stewart-Haas Racing believes Tony Stewart will likely be sidelined from racing at least three months and could be out as many as six months. Jarrett made the comments while discussing Stewart's back injury on NASCAR America. Show More Summary
If Tony Stewart never drives in another Daytona 500, he's the only driver to finish his career with three or more Sprint Cup Series titles and no Daytona 500 victories. 2016 was set to be Stewart's last shot at an elusive Daytona 500 win. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart sustained a burst fracture of the L1 vertebra in an all-terrain vehicle accident on the West Coast on Sunday, according to an announcement from Stewart-Haas Racing on Thursday. As a result of his injury, Stewart is expected to miss the start of the 2016 Sprint [...]
The ripple effect from Tony Stewart's ATV wreck earlier this week will cost him what could be his final chance at his long-desired Daytona 500 victory, and possibly much more. Stewart, 44, who wrecked his ATV on Sunday while vacationing on the West Coast, sustained a burst fracture of the L1 vertebra in his back. Show More Summary
News on the health of seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher is "not good", his former Ferrari boss Luca di…
Michael Schumacher's former boss says latest news about the F1 great's health "is not good" - but refuses to elaborate.
Former Ferrari chief engineer Chris Dyer has joined the recruiting Renault works team as Head of Vehicle Performance Group, the…
Formula 1 plans to remove restrictions on engine development for 2017 in an attempt to level the playing field.
Williams will field an unchanged lineup for the 2016 Formula One season, with veteran Felipe Massa once again partnered by rising star Valtteri Bottas. The ideal mix of experience and youth has seen the Grove-based team secure thirdShow More Summary
Super Late Model racer B.J. McLeod plans to compete in the NASCAR Xfinity Series full-time in 2016. He’ll field his own two-car team in the series, driving a No. 78 Ford himself and also fielding a No. 99 Ford that will be driven by multiple drivers. He has yet to name any of the drivers [...]
Norman Nato has joined Racing Engineering for the 2016 GP2 season, completing the team's line-up. French racer Nato, 23, made…
The car on show may only have been a 2015-style chassis with a lifeless (albeit interim) livery, but Renault's return to the Formula One grid felt close enough to touch in Paris on Wednesday. Following their purchase of the Enstone -based...Show More Summary
Jolyon Palmer says that he sees "immense potential" at Renault in the coming seasons, as the French manufacturer embarks on its…
From his crashes spawning their own websites, to his only grand prix win, the reasons F1 will miss Pastor Maldonado.
The NASCAR season has a way of feeling like it just happened, you know? It feels as though Kyle Busch crossed the finish line at Homestead yesterday, Jeff Gordon won at Martinsville (again) and Kevin Harvick finished second (again). The season is a grind, and it will be on us like a restrictor plate at Daytona. Show More Summary