Herta dominates Laguna, Grosjean sta
Why Grosjean “felt like Zanardi”
Why a break was all Ricciardo needed
Winner Herta enters blue-flag debate

Colton Herta scored his second win of the IndyCar season leading 91 of 95 laps, as Alex Palou extended his points lead with runner-up finish and Romain Grosjean charged to third.

Romain Grosjean says he “felt a bit like Alex Zanardi” after his stunning drive to the podium that included him pulling off some wild overtaking maneuvers at one of the most famed corner sequences on the IndyCar calendar.

The transformation in Daniel Ricciardo’s Formula 1 season from the woes before the summer break to his Italian Grand Prix victory was something no one could have predicted.

Firestone GP of Monterey winner Colton Herta says he’s in two minds over the rule that allows would-be lapped runners to hold up the leaders in order to stay on the lead lap.

The top 10 Formula E drivers of 2020-21 Prime

The top 10 Formula E drivers of 2020-21

OPINION: The 2021 Formula E campaign was one without a narrative for much of the season, with no single car or driver able to break away from the pack. That makes choosing a top 10 especially difficult, particularly as the qualifying format meant some worthy performers were unable to enjoy their day in the sun.

The squandered potential of a 70s F1 underdog Prime

The squandered potential of a 70s F1 underdog

A podium finisher in its first outing but then never again, the BRM P201 was a classic case of an opportunity squandered by disorganisation and complacency, says Stuart Codling.

Formula 1
Sep 18, 2021
How Audi's new DTM flagbearer is closing on his "childhood dream" Prime

How Audi's new DTM flagbearer is closing on his "childhood dream"

Having learned the ropes in GT3 alongside Rene Rast, Kelvin van der Linde is in line to take up the three-time champion's baton as Audi's new DTM king. From humble origins in South Africa, it's been a remarkable journey so far for the current series leader, but he knows that the 2021 title is a long way from settled just yet.

DTM
Sep 18, 2021
Barcelona WSBK: Rinaldi wins, Razgatlioglu retakes points lead Barcelona
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Barcelona WSBK: Rinaldi wins, Razgatlioglu retakes points lead

Michael Ruben Rinaldi beat Toprak Razgatlioglu to victory in a red-flagged final World Superbike race of the Barcelona weekend, as Jonathan Rea lost the points lead with a laboured run to sixth place.

Sainz "happy" for McLaren's Monza F1 win despite points blow

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz said he was happy to see his old McLaren team end its winless streak at the Italian Grand Prix, despite the result being a big blow to Ferrari in the championship.

The future Tavascan will be the face of Cupra's new car for Extreme E

Cupra has taken advantage of the flexibility written into the bodywork design regulations in Extreme E to unveil its Tavascan Concept car, which will incorporate sustainable materials to radically revise the look of its Odyssey 21 E-SUV.

Formula 1 and Motorsport Network launch world’s largest F1 Fan Survey

The world’s leading motorsport series and the industry’s largest digital platform unite to give fans across the world the chance to have their voices heard.

“Fantastic year,” says O’Ward – but he’s still disappointed

Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet ace Pato O’Ward says he’s proud of his 2021 season, but admits he’s disappointed that the team is not yet quite level with Chip Ganassi Racing.

Honda clinches 10th IndyCar Manufacturers’ title

Honda clinched its 10th overall, and fourth consecutive, NTT IndyCar Series Manufacturers’ Championship today at Laguna Seca, scoring an impressive podium sweep in the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey.

Grosjean “felt a bit like Zanardi” during Corkscrew passes

Romain Grosjean says he “felt a bit like Alex Zanardi” after his stunning drive to the podium that included him pulling off some wild overtaking maneuvers at one of the most famed corner sequences on the IndyCar calendar.

“You cannot relax,” says Palou, despite big lead ahead of finale

Alex Palou says that his commanding lead heading to the NTT IndyCar Series finale in Long Beach won’t alter his approach to race hard, race smart.

Herta enters blue-flag debate – and admits he killed a squirrel

Firestone GP of Monterey winner Colton Herta says he’s in two minds over the rule that allows would-be lapped runners to hold up the leaders in order to stay on the lead lap.

“We got what we could,” says Newgarden as title hopes die

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s two-time champion Josef Newgarden is gunning for runner-up in the championship in Long Beach, after seeing his title hopes fade away, despite a strong drive in Laguna Seca.

Laguna Seca IndyCar: Herta dominates, beats Palou, Grosjean stars

Colton Herta scored his second win of the IndyCar season leading 91 of 95 laps, as Alex Palou extended his points lead with runner-up finish and Romain Grosjean charged to third.

Indy Lights Laguna Seca: Kirkwood dominates again for ninth win

Kyle Kirkwood scored his second straight Laguna Seca victory by 26 seconds, although title rival David Malukas limited the damage to the points margin by claiming runner-up spot.

Croft BTCC: Turkington cruises to victory in Race 3

Four-time British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington added to his reputation as the ‘King of Croft’ by scoring his 13th BTCC win at the North Yorkshire circuit in the third race of the day.

'Disappointed' Almirola among the four eliminated from playoffs Bristol II
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'Disappointed' Almirola among the four eliminated from playoffs

Aric Almirola was right on the edge of playoff advancement at Bristol Motor Speedway, but an ill-handling race car and older tires kept him from doing so.

Laguna Seca IndyCar: Rossi tops misty warm-up session

Andretti Autosport’s Alexander Rossi hit the top of the times in a gray Sunday morning IndyCar warm-up that was disrupted by a red flag for Callum Ilott spinning off at Turn 6.

Mir “angry” at MotoGP title loss as he is now a "better rider”

Suzuki’s Joan Mir admits he is “a bit angry” at the 2021 MotoGP title slipping from his grasp as he believes “I’m a better rider” than in 2020.

IndyCar reveals 2022 schedule, with season starting February

IndyCar has announced its 17-race 2022 schedule, which sees Iowa become the only double-header, and the season-opener at St. Petersburg moving to February.

Quartararo ‘enjoying riding on the limit’ despite MotoGP title risks

Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo says he almost crashed several times in the MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix but ‘enjoys’ being “fully on the limit” despite having to defend a championship lead.

Latvia WRX: Kristoffersson beats Gronholm to score first win of 2021

Triple World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson claimed his first victory of the 2021 campaign on the second day of a double-header weekend in Latvia.

Bagnaia was “terrified” of repeating 2020 Misano MotoGP crash San Marino GP
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Bagnaia was “terrified” of repeating 2020 Misano MotoGP crash

Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia admits he was “terrified” in the final laps of Sunday’s MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix about repeating the crash which robbed him of Misano victory in 2020.

The top 10 Formula E drivers of 2020-21 Prime

The top 10 Formula E drivers of 2020-21

OPINION: The 2021 Formula E campaign was one without a narrative for much of the season, with no single car or driver able to break away from the pack. That makes choosing a top 10 especially difficult, particularly as the qualifying format meant some worthy performers were unable to enjoy their day in the sun.

The squandered potential of a 70s F1 underdog Prime

The squandered potential of a 70s F1 underdog

A podium finisher in its first outing but then never again, the BRM P201 was a classic case of an opportunity squandered by disorganisation and complacency, says Stuart Codling.

How Audi's new DTM flagbearer is closing on his "childhood dream" Prime

How Audi's new DTM flagbearer is closing on his "childhood dream"

Having learned the ropes in GT3 alongside Rene Rast, Kelvin van der Linde is in line to take up the three-time champion's baton as Audi's new DTM king. From humble origins in South Africa, it's been a remarkable journey so far for the current series leader, but he knows that the 2021 title is a long way from settled just yet.

How Mercedes and de Vries achieved Formula E glory the hard way Prime

How Mercedes and de Vries achieved Formula E glory the hard way

When Nyck de Vries dominated the first race of what would be the most controversial and unpredictable Formula E season to date, it looked as though Mercedes was in for a cakewalk. But as the campaign wore on, the path to a title double became increasingly rocky. Neither driver or team would be assured of the crown until the closing stages of the very final race on a weekend of struggle in Berlin.