F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says that simulation work being done for 2019 is already showing “tangible” effects that should improve racing.
The facility formerly known as Miller Motorsports Park joins Geely’s growing portfolio of automakers and race tracks around the world.
The FIA decided that Ocon was responsible for causing Verstappen to spin during last weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
Two-time F1 champ Fernando Alonso will take another stab at winning the Triple Crown with McLaren in the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 next year.
The 22-year old will test the VF-18 in Abu Dhabi this year, and continue into 2019 as a test driver.
The Veloster N TCR is a customer racing car that can compete in the Blancpain GT World Challenge.
Hugo Boss will equip the entire Porsche Motorsport team as its official clothing partner.
A rare Jaguar XJR-6 prototype and Le Mans class-winning XJ220-C are coming up for auction at the same London event.
The Blue Oval is preparing the Mustang to replace the Falcon in Australia’s Supercars championship
James Glickenhaus and company aren’t waiting on the heavy hitters before signing up for the next era of Le Mans prototypes.
We’re both skeptical and hopeful about reports that Subaru’s planning a new supermini hot hatch to enter in the World Rally Championship.
The two time Formula 1 champion will get to drive Jimmie Johnson’s no. 48 Chevrolet at the end of this month.