Audi pays a wonderful tribute to its rival proving sportsmanship is still alive and kicking.
Cyan Racing’s Lynk & Co 03 Concept TCR will race next year in the FIA WTCR competition.
All rival teams will have new engines next year and Renault can’t afford to stay behind.
Nissan’s new Formula E team made its debut this week in the first pre-season test session with former champion and Le Mans winner Sebastien Buemi.
Automakers like McLaren, Aston Martin and Toyota have expressed interest to compete in the new Le Mans category.
Mercedes racing partner HWA has signed a couple of former McLaren grand prix drivers to its new Formula E team.
The championship will start on March 17th in Melbourne and, like this year, will consist of 21 races.
Honda has rolled out a series of enhancements to its NSX GT3 in order to make it more competitive.
Zuffenhausen’s recalling its victorious Porsche 911 GT1 by applying the same livery to the 911 RSRs.
This VW Arteon was transformed by VW apprentices into a time attack art car.
The W Series kicks off next spring with a prize pool of $1.5 million.
This year, there were 21 races, the most ever in F1, but organizers are still looking for new venues.