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Hamilton declined stewards visit
Hamilton's late stop "plain dumb"
Red Bull hails strategist
Ducati holds Zarco Avintia talks

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton was penalised by the FIA stewards for his clash with Alex Albon on the penultimate lap of the Brazilian GP after declining to take up an opportunity to defend himself.

Mercedes Formula 1 team technical director James Allison has called the decision to give Lewis Hamilton the opportunity to pit under the final safety car in the Brazilian Grand Prix “dumb” and a “rookie error.”

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says putting Red Bull’s strategist Hannah Schmitz on the podium was the right reward for her "brave" call in helping Max Verstappen win the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Ducati has held talks with Johann Zarco at Valencia on Monday ostensibly aimed at convincing the French rider to take up an offer to join the Avintia MotoGP squad in 2020.

Supercars to consult fans over new rules

A formal fans council will help Supercars shape its Gen3 technical regulations.

Gasly: "Insane" podium "the best day of my life"

Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly says his Brazilian Grand Prix podium was “insane”, “really emotional” and “just the best day of my life”.

How Red Bull forced Mercedes into clumsiness

Outpaced and outduelled, the usually flawless Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes combination ended up making a lot of mistakes in Brazil as they tried to respond to the brilliance of Max Verstappen and Red Bull-Honda

Promoted: The first 100 laps of Arrow McLaren SP’s bold new era

Patricio O’Ward, the 2018 Indy Lights champion, turned his first laps in an Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet IndyCar this week. Circumstances weren’t ideal but driver, race engineer and managing director are already excited about their collective prospects, reports David Malsher.

Vinales "never got a chance to be fast" in Valencia

Maverick Vinales says a lack of grip from the off meant he “never got a chance to be fast” in the MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix finale on Sunday.

Ducati aims to convince Zarco over Avintia ride

Ducati has held talks with Johann Zarco at Valencia on Monday ostensibly aimed at convincing the French rider to take up an offer to join the Avintia MotoGP squad in 2020.

Massa: Tuka Rocha died “a hero” for trying to save child’s life

Ex-Ferrari Formula 1 star Felipe Massa has paid tribute to Tuka Rocha, the Brazilian racing driver who died on Sunday, labelling him a hero for attempting to save the life of a young boy who was on the plane that crashed last Thursday.

Haberfeld returns to racing in Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy

Mario Haberfeld will make his first racing appearance in more than a decade when he takes part in this weekend's Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy Formula E support races in Riyadh.

FIA: Hamilton opted not to defend himself to stewards

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton was penalised by the FIA stewards for his clash with Alex Albon on the penultimate lap of the Brazilian GP after declining to take up an opportunity to defend himself.

DTM stars expect closer fight with Super GT cars at Fuji

Two of the DTM's leading drivers have predicted that this weekend's 'Dream Race' at Fuji will feature much closer competition with their SUPER GT counterparts than was the case at Hockenheim.

Petrucci laments "Murphy's law" final race

Ducati MotoGP rider Danilo Petrucci said he had a 'Murphy's law' race in the 2019 season finale at Valencia.

How Red Bull forced Mercedes into clumsiness

Outpaced and outduelled, the usually flawless Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes combination ended up making a lot of mistakes in Brazil as they tried to respond to the brilliance of Max Verstappen and Red Bull-Honda

Macau winner Verschoor had bent steering

Macau Grand Prix winner Richard Verschoor has revealed that he clouted the wall while leading the race and damaged his steering.

Red Bull: Strategist's podium visit reward for "brave" call

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says putting Red Bull’s strategist Hannah Schmitz on the podium was the right reward for her "brave" call in helping Max Verstappen win the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Zarco feared broken ankle after "shock" Lecuona hit

Johann Zarco was afraid that his horror accident with Iker Lecuona's bike during MotoGP's Valencia GP fractured his left ankle, but the Frenchman escaped the hit without any broken bones.

Binotto: Leclerc and Vettel get on better than people think

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto says Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have a better relationship than people think, but admits their Brazilian Grand Prix clash “may not help”.

Hight, Torrence are champions, Kalitta, Beckman take Pomona wins

Robert Hight, Steve Torrence, Erica Enders and Andrew Hines are the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series champions, but Doug Kalitta, Jack Beckman, Jeg Couglin Jr. and Jianna Salinas scored the final wins of the season at Pomona.

Brazilian GP: The best images from Sunday’s race

Check out the best images as the Formula 1 circus descended on Interlagos for the Brazilian Grand Prix, which featured a crazy finish after a fantastic duel between race winner Max Verstappen and world champion Lewis Hamilton.

Harvick's title hopes rested on trying "something different"

To have a chance at a second NASCAR Cup Series title, it became clear to Kevin Harvick his team was going to have to try something different.

Hamlin: "I don't think I could have done a better job"

Denny Hamlin's pursuit for that elusive Cup title will continue into the 2020 season.

Truex: "One mistake probably cost us a shot at it"

It was a very uncommon mistake for a championship-caliber team, but it may have cost Martin Truex Jr. his chance at the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series title.

Supercars adds $500,000 prize pool to Super2

Supercars has added a $500,000 cash prize pool to its second-tier Super2 series, but won't press on with plans for a combined junior class featuring pre-Car of the Future hardware.

Kyle Busch wins Homestead finale, claims second Cup title

Kyle Busch is now cashing in on all the NASCAR Cup Series championship opportunities he’s earned the last half-decade.

Kyle Busch tops Harvick for Stage 2 win, drama for Truex

Kyle Busch passed Kevin Harvick with two of 80 laps remaining and held on for the Stage 2 win at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Retro: Why this Lotus 72 was Piola’s “most important” F1 drawing
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Retro: Why this Lotus 72 was Piola’s “most important” F1 drawing

The Lotus 72 was one of Formula 1’s most successful cars, winning three constructors’ titles and two drivers’ championships piloted by Jochen Rindt and Emerson Fittipaldi.

Revealed: Mercedes cooling idea that F1 rivals are looking at

One of the fascinating aspects about the battle between Ferrari and Mercedes this year has been how their performance has swung between qualifying and the race.

United States GP: Latest F1 tech updates, straight from pitlane

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Austin pitlane at the United States Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.

Tech verdict: How teams cruised through Mexico City’s altitude

The Mexican Grand Prix provided a significant challenge to drivers and teams alike, as the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez sits 2250m above sea level. This makes it an outlier on the Formula 1 calendar in terms of altitude, meaning teams had to focus their efforts differently in order to get close to their usual levels of performance.