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Crunches and Cocktails: Day Three at Shell House

The Shell House eases our way into the weekend with a gruelling fitness session followed by Shell tech-inspired cocktails.

Drive Mexico City Like a Pro: Tips from Ferrari’s Marc Gene

Speed versus Fuel Economy: Scuderia Ferrari Development Driver Marc Gene shows how to save fuel around the Mexico City circuit.

Sirotkin column: When going all-in for the win backfires

In his final column of the 2016 season, Sergey Sirotkin looks back at how he secured third place in the GP2 drivers' standings on countback in the last round at Abu Dhabi.

Sirotkin column: "If only we could redo this season..." columnist Sergey Sirotkin looks back at his return to the GP2 podium at Sepang – and the gearbox failure that knocked him out of the title fight a day later.

Sirotkin column: A weekend of Monza misery columnist Sergey Sirotkin talks about a very difficult GP2 weekend at Monza, which yielded no points and did serious damage to his title chances.

Sergey Sirotkin: I owe Markelov an apology

ART Grand Prix driver Sergey Sirotkin looks back at a trying GP2 weekend at Spa-Francorchamps, which started with the fastest lap in practice yet only went downhill from there.

Sergey Sirotkin: Heading into summer as joint leader

In his latest column, GP2 racer Sergey Sirotkin reflects on another successful weekend in the Formula 1 feeder series that has propelled him into a joint-points lead heading into the summer break.

Sergey Sirotkin: Hungary win proves we can get it done columnist Sergey Sirotkin reflects on a GP2 Hungaroring weekend that gave him a long-awaited first win with ART Grand Prix.

Sergey Sirotkin: Title hopes still alive despite Silverstone troubles columnist Sergey Sirotkin looks back at a bruising Silverstone GP2 round, in which an exclusion and a puncture deprived him of a potentially solid points haul.

Sergey Sirotkin: Pole, penalty and pace struggles in Austria columnist Sergey Sirotkin looks back at the downward spiral of his Red Bull Ring weekend, in which he scored more points in qualifying than in the two races.

Sergey Sirotkin: Making the most of Baku havoc columnist Sergey Sirotkin looks back at his performance in GP2's chaotic debut in Baku, where the Russian claimed two podiums despite significant damage to his car.

Sergey Sirotkin: The toughest moment of my life

In his second column for, GP2 ace Sergey Sirotkin reflects on another difficult weekend in Monaco, where the Russian once again had only himself to blame for his lack of results.

Sergey Sirotkin: No excuses for Spain spin columnist Sergey Sirotkin looks back at a promising, but ultimately fruitless debut weekend with his new GP2 team ART Grand Prix.

FOX Sports' Bob Varsha previews WEC Silverstone 6 Hours

The FIA World Endurance Championship kicks off its 2016 season this weekend at Silverstone. FOX Sports offers multi-platform coverage of the 6 Hours of Silverstone, hosted by Bob Varsha and Calvin Fish.

Giorgio Piola tech blog: Australian GP

Although there’s not been much time for teams to deliver radical changes to their cars since the end of testing, Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield investigate a number of interesting detail changes among the frontrunners.

Dover notebook: The storylines beyond Harvick and Johnson

Non-Chasers show up in the playoffs at the Monster Mile, while contenders take different approaches to Sunday's setbacks.

Dion von Moltke: Back on the podium at Laguna

TUSC driver and blogger Dion von Moltke looks back on his podium finish at Laguna.

Dion von Moltke: Battling the heat at Sebring

After a couple great finishes to start off 2015, Paul Miller Racing driver and blogger Dion von Moltke talks about his top five at Sebring.

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The paradigm has shifted: IndyCar is a street course series

With much of the IndyCar schedule looking like a street course series, will we see more in the future. Mark Wilkinson discusses where the money is for IndyCar

The 98th Indianapolis 500 by the numbers photographer Jay Alley talks Indy and what the numbers have to say about what might happen this weekend.

Big weekend ahead in Long Beach

What to expect at Long Beach this year?

Lewis Hamilton beats his teammate under the floodlights of Bahrain

Mercedes domination continues with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in 1st and 2nd places on podium with a Sahara Force India Sergio Perez in 3rd.

Mercedes on front row of Bahrain starting grid with Nico Rosberg in front

Nico Rosberg showed today that he is also able to get pole positions. Mercedes locked the front row with Bottas and Perez behind.

Lewis Hamilton fastest in third Bahrain free practice dominated by Mercedes-powered cars

Top 6 of today's free practice result were claimed by Mercedes-powered teams.

Bahrain GP: first practice, first impressions

Hamilton is fastest in FP1 with his teammate Roberg behind him chased by Ferrari's Alonso.

Around the world in seven days with Lucas Ordonez

Super GT is a new adventure for Lucas and he will be reporting on this challenge throughout the season in a series of blogs.

Belgian Audi Club Team WRT to field customer Audi R18 e-tron quattro

In a surprise move, Audi Sport has announced that its Audi R18 e-tron quattro will be fielded by privateer Belgian Audi Club Team WRT.

Ten worthless opinions: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg edition

Thoughts from a seasoned IndyCar fan..take them or leave them.

Ten worthless opinions: IndyCar preseason edition

Blogger Mark Wilkinson offers up his 10 worthless opinions (not so worthless really!) ahead of the first race of the season in St. Pete.

Audi COTA test: behind the scenes's George Achorn attended Audi's testing of the R18 e-tron quattro at the Circuit of the Americas last week. Here is an indepth look at what the Ingolstadt's marque is undertaking with the FIA's new rules for the World Endurance Championship and Le Mans.

Is IndyCar "Almost Famous?"

Will a new title sponsor and concerts make IndyCar rock and roll cool? Hipster cool? Not cool?

Controlling emotion: Busy week in Sebring

What does Dion von Moltke do to prepare for another long endurance race in Sebring?

Should Formula One return to Long Beach?

As the Long Beach city council examines whether to continue with IndyCar or change direction, what would bringing F1 back to the Californian city do to it?

Adieu Red Dragon till we meet again

A look at the unfortunate circumstances leading to Gainsco's withdrawal from the Tudor United SportsCar Championship.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway: museum or racing facility?

Should IMS hold itself to one race a year for tradition's sake, or make money by attracting more races to its hallowed grounds?

Speedweeks 2014: Carnage on the frontstretch

A look at the ARCA 200 and the Sprint Unlimited from behind the lens.

Speedweeks 2014: Friday

Two days down at the World Centre of Racing, and everyone is ready for some racing.

Audi news: Bathurst 12 Hour

Four of the six Audis were entered in Class A GT3 Outright, a class for the newer GT3 machinery.

Pirelli World Challenge: GMG Racing testing Audi R8 LMS ultra cars

GMG Racing will once again be out in force with an army of Audi R8 LMS cars, also adding the Audi R8 LMS ultra to their line-up this year.

Bathurst 12 Hour: Class B 1-2 pole position and top ten places in Class A for the Audi teams

Four practice sessions kicked off proceedings yesterday and three qualifying sessions today determined the grid for tomorrow’s race at Mount Panorama.

Pirelli World Challenge: North America’s version of GT3 racing

The GT class is becoming even more aligned with the very popular GT3 concept during 2014.

GT Tour: Sébastien Loeb Racing confirms two Audi R8 LMS ultra in GT Tour!

For the third year in a row, Sébastien Loeb Racing will be on the French GT Championship.

Audi news: Weekend round up

News from Audi focusing on the weekend of 1 - 2 February 2014.

Bathurst 12 Hour: United Autosports hoping for “third time lucky” down under

The British-based team contests the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour race next Sunday (9 Feb) hoping it will be “third time lucky”.

Laser light assists the Audi drivers at Le Mans

Audi tests innovative lighting technology on the race track; The new R18 e-tron quattro combines matrix LED and laser ligh.

Weekend Round Up – Audi Motorsport

The 24 Hours of Dubai was held this weekend. One Audi was on the entry list and competed in the ninth edition of the event.

2014 Rallye Monte-Carlo – Preview

Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team and M-Sport World Rally Team have exciting new driver line-ups.

Three-day Roar Before the Rolex 24 concluded successfully for the Audi teams at Daytona

Five Audi R8 LMS cars took part in the GT Daytona (GTD) class, fielded by four different teams.

Audi teams performed well again in day 2 of the Daytona tests

It was a titanic battle in all four sessions of the day in the demanding GT Daytona class between the different brands and teams.

22 races, one photographer

Photographer Jay Alley accounts the top five moments of his 22 race season.

Audi, a championship brand

Can you name all the championships Audi has claimed in its history?

Interview with Christopher Haase – Audi GT factory driver

A very interesting Q/A with Christopher Haase about his debut with the Audi brand in GT racing, the 2013 season and his expectations for 2014.

BES: Audi teams 2013 season review

The season review has been compiled from the 2013 Audi Motorsport Blog Weekend Round Up posts.

Interview with Christopher Mies – Audi GT factory driver

A very interesting Q/A about Christopher Mies debut with the Audi brand in GT racing, the 2013 season and his expectations for 2014.