Campos has confirmed French youngster Julien Falchero as its first driver for the 2017 GP3 championship. Falchero, 19, moves…
Formula E considers the future of electric vehicles as it remains at the cutting edge of development.
BIRMINGHAM, England, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Administrators of the Manor Formula One team are still talking to interested parties and have agreed to pay all staff salaries to the end of January, a spokesman said on Friday.
Toro Rosso is the second team to confirm that its new car has passed the FIA's crash tests. Formula 1 will enter a new era of…
Ex-Formula 1 driver turned commentator Martin Brundle has revealed that he suffered a minor heart attack during Sky Sports…
Attempts to save the Manor F1 team are boosted by a decision to keep all staff employed until at least the end of January.
Pirelli motorsport boss Paul Hembery says he is expecting "a lot more" one-stop races throughout the 2017 season, as a result of…
Loeb and Peterhansel’s Dakar Battle Rolls On Rally Raid The Frenchmen are fighting to the end whilst Sam Sunderland remains top on two wheels. By Tim Sturtridge on 12 January 2017
IndyCar guru Jon Beekhuis explains how the technical inspection process has developed over the years.
Stephane Peterhansel, Sergey Karyakin and Eduard Nikolaev were among the winners when the 2017 Dakar Rally resumed on Thursday. Peterhansel remains the rally leader after being given back time following a serious crash. Peterhansel's...Show More Summary
Jan 12 (Reuters) - Peugeot's Stephane Peterhansel took back the overall Dakar Rally lead from team mate Sebastien Loeb on Thursday after regaining time lost in tending to stricken Slovenian bike rider Simon Marcic when they collided on the 10th stage in Argentina.
Finally on Top: Shane McElrath Talks Winning A1 Supercross The TLD KTM rider opens up about his first professional career win. By Eric Shirk on 13 January 2017
An Inside Look at Sound of Sport With Aaron Colton Motorsports Go behind the scenes as Aaron and the DTS crew work to bring viewers an immersive sound experience. By Anthony Sansotta on 12 January 2017
BIRMINGHAM, England, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Formula One fans can expect to see fewer pitstops this year and faster, more aggressive-looking cars, according to tyre supplier Pirelli's motorsport head Paul Hembery.
Loeb makes Dakar Rally push with Stage 10 win Rally Raid The Frenchman is turning up the pressure on his rivals, as Sam Sunderland remains top on two wheels. By Tim Sturtridge on 12 January 2017
Jonathan Palmer's MotorSport Vision (MSV) has added Donington Park to its UK portfolio. MSV announced on Thursday that it had…
By AMANDA VINCENT Ford announced a multi-tiered development program on Thursday in an effort to improve its NASCAR program. The first participants of that development program will be driver Chase Briscoe as a driver for Brad Keselowski Racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017. “We’re making a commitment to win long-term in [...]
No plan to replace departed Renault F1 team principal Vasseur
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have placed technical director Paddy Lowe on gardening leave just over two months before the start of the Formula One season.
Watch our short guide to the new F1 rules F1 Find out how Formula One’s new rules will dramatically change cars and engines for the 2017 season. By Paul Keith and Damn Fine Media on 11 January 2017