Wolff responds to Marko's comments
Why Red Bull 2020 pace means little
Could Todt rejoin Ferrari in 2022?
Hamilton "wily" on track - Horner

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says it is important to view incidents with “common sense” after Helmut Marko claimed Red Bull is being treated differently by the stewards.

Mercedes thinks Red Bull’s dominance of last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix should not be used as a form indicator for this weekend’s Formula 1 title showdown.

FIA president Jean Todt has been reticent so far about what he plans to do once his tenure ends later this month.

Hamilton can be "very wily" in F1 track battles, says Horner
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Lewis Hamilton can be "very wily" in his approach to racing, reckons Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner.

The long-term F1 vision causing Haas’s short-term pain Prime

The long-term F1 vision causing Haas’s short-term pain

From ranking as one of the most impressive new teams to join the Formula 1 grid, Haas’s stock has plummeted along with its on-track performances over the past two seasons. Everything now hangs on whether its reforged alliance with Ferrari can deliver a better car – and whether its rookie drivers can set aside their quarrels. Oleg Karpov asks if any of these goals are achievable…

Why thrilling Jeddah F1 circuit needs to be safer Prime

Why thrilling Jeddah F1 circuit needs to be safer

OPINION: Saudi Arabia's new F1 circuit delivered a memorable first event, although not necessarily for all the right reasons. In the wake of the chaotic race, drivers voiced their concerns about the track but small changes could make significant improvements ahead of a return in four months.

The line Verstappen finally crossed in F1's first Jeddah race Prime

The line Verstappen finally crossed in F1's first Jeddah race

OPINION: Max Verstappen has made the 2021 Formula 1 championship. He’s taken the fight to the all-conquering Mercedes squad and its dominant champion, produced driving displays few can match. But he’s been on a controversial course too, and finally crossed a particular line in Jeddah

Seamer to resign as Supercars CEO

Supercars is expected to announce the resignation of CEO Sean Seamer later today.

Phillip Island to host two Shannons rounds in 2022

Phillip Island will host a pair of Shannons Motorsport Australia Championship rounds in 2022 thanks to fresh government funding.

Hamilton can be "very wily" in F1 track battles, says Horner
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Hamilton can be "very wily" in F1 track battles, says Horner

Lewis Hamilton can be "very wily" in his approach to racing, reckons Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner.

The beer that helped Holdsworth win the Bathurst 1000

Lee Holdsworth has detailed a moment of spiritual healing with Mount Panorama, beer in hand, that helped him make peace with the Mountain Gods.

The ten closest finishes from the 2021 NASCAR season

The top three national divisions of NASCAR featured some exciting battles and incredible finishes during the past year. Take a look back at the ten closest margins of victory from the 2021 season.

NBC and Paul Tracy go their separate ways on IndyCar TV comms

Paul Tracy will not be part of NBC Sports’ commentary team for the NTT IndyCar Series in 2022.

Ricciardo: Verstappen-Hamilton F1 title showdown a "dream scenario"

Daniel Ricciardo says Formula 1 has a “dream scenario” with Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton tied on points heading into the Abu Dhabi championship showdown.

Ocon: Alpine will be "very dangerous" to F1's top teams
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Ocon: Alpine will be "very dangerous" to F1's top teams

Esteban Ocon says Alpine's recent race execution gives him the belief it is "going to be very dangerous" to Formula 1's top teams with a better car, as it tries to cure its inconsistency.

The line Verstappen finally crossed in F1's first Jeddah race

OPINION: Max Verstappen has made the 2021 Formula 1 championship. He’s taken the fight to the all-conquering Mercedes squad and its dominant champion, produced driving displays few can match. But he’s been on a controversial course too, and finally crossed a particular line in Jeddah

Red Bull's 2020 Abu Dhabi F1 dominance means little, says Mercedes

Mercedes thinks Red Bull’s dominance of last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix should not be used as a form indicator for this weekend’s Formula 1 title showdown.

Wolff urges ‘common sense’ after Marko’s F1 stewards comments

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says it is important to view incidents with “common sense” after Helmut Marko claimed Red Bull is being treated differently by the stewards.

Why thrilling Jeddah F1 circuit needs to be safer

OPINION: Saudi Arabia's new F1 circuit delivered a memorable first event, although not necessarily for all the right reasons. In the wake of the chaotic race, drivers voiced their concerns about the track but small changes could make significant improvements ahead of a return in four months.

Shwartzman to drive for Ferrari in Abu Dhabi post-season F1 test

Robert Shwartzman will drive for Ferrari in the post-season Formula 1 testing taking place in Abu Dhabi next week, alongside a previously confirmed test with Haas. 

Rossi has fondness for all his “special” MotoGP rivalries
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Rossi has fondness for all his “special” MotoGP rivalries

Retired MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi has labelled the many rivalries he had during his career as “something special” and expressed fondness for all his on-track foes.

Baguette headlines Nissan SUPER GT ‘shootout’ test line-up
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Baguette headlines Nissan SUPER GT ‘shootout’ test line-up

Bertrand Baguette was one of three drivers in action during Nissan’s SUPER GT ‘shootout’ test at Fuji Speedway earlier this week.

Insider’s guide: What is parc fermé and what does it mean?
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Insider’s guide: What is parc fermé and what does it mean?

Do you know what teams can change on their cars after qualifying or why drivers stop where they do after a race? Find out that and more here…

Analysis: Could Todt be poised for shock Ferrari F1 return?

FIA president Jean Todt has been reticent so far about what he plans to do once his tenure ends later this month.

Verschoor replaces injured Fittipaldi in F2 Abu Dhabi finale Abu Dhabi
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Verschoor replaces injured Fittipaldi in F2 Abu Dhabi finale

Richard Verschoor will drive for Charouz Racing System in this weekend’s FIA Formula 2 season finale in Abu Dhabi in place of the injured Enzo Fittipaldi.

The long-term F1 vision causing Haas’s short-term pain Prime

The long-term F1 vision causing Haas’s short-term pain

From ranking as one of the most impressive new teams to join the Formula 1 grid, Haas’s stock has plummeted along with its on-track performances over the past two seasons. Everything now hangs on whether its reforged alliance with Ferrari can deliver a better car – and whether its rookie drivers can set aside their quarrels. Oleg Karpov asks if any of these goals are achievable…

How Quartararo cast aside prior doubts to become MotoGP's new king Prime

How Quartararo cast aside prior doubts to become MotoGP's new king

Doubts were cast over Yamaha’s French recruit after his disastrous end to the 2020 MotoGP season with Petronas SRT, but Fabio Quartararo answered them convincingly in 2021 to claim a MotoGP title that exhibited both his devastating speed and mental strength