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Ferrari's return to form has given it the headache of two drivers going head-to-head to become team leader, but its approach to handling the situation raises questions as to whether it's chosen the right strategy.
IndyCar’s new-for-2020 aeroscreen is a welcome step forward in terms of cockpit protection – but it brings with it some technical challenges, as James Hinchcliffe’s race engineer at Arrow McLaren SP, Will Anderson, explains to David Malsher.
Besides Mercedes’ highly successful aero update for the Japanese Grand Prix, three other Formula 1 teams brought significant new pieces to Suzuka as each searched for an upturn in form. Take a look at what changed, and what the pieces looked like before the revisions.
They say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but for Acura in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, this year it certainly did. Not only did it win the drivers’, teams’ and manufacturers’ titles in the overall DPi class with its Penske-run ARX-05, it also nailed the drivers’ and teams’ crowns in GTD with its Meyer Shank Racing NSX GT-3 Evo.
Sebastian Vettel's form has no doubt improved, but it's clear Ferrari's 2019 Formula 1 car doesn't suit his style. One fellow world champion can relate to that - an example that proves just one characteristic is the difference between the great and the good
For many Formula 1 fans at home, the biggest inconvenience of super typhoon Hagibis was having to set an earlier alarm for the super Sunday Japanese Grand Prix spectacular of qualifying and the race taking place a few hours apart.
A proposal to tweak the Supercars entry regulations to allow two drivers to share one entry across a season, and then team up for the endurance races, is dividing paddock opinion.
Four more drivers will be eliminated from the playoffs this weekend at Kansas Speedway, cutting the field down from12 to eight title contenders.
Mercedes achieved a monumental feat in Japan, becoming the first team in the sport’s history to capture six back-to-back drivers’ and constructors’ F1 World Championships. What makes this particularly impressive is that it has been able to achieve this through a sequence of regulation changes, which shows it could adapt and develop to a range of circumstances.
Rebellion Racing appears bullish of its chances of finally giving Toyota a real challenge in next month's Shanghai FIA World Endurance Championship round. But as Jamie Klein explains, the chance it has been given by the LMP1 handicap system is one it cannot afford to waste.
Ferrari turned around Mercedes' early advantage at Suzuka and should have been able to use its front row sweep to control the Japanese Grand Prix even with a race pace disadvantage - but it let things slip away, again
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Suzuka pitlane at the Japanese Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
Kyle Larson is the latest example of how one win in NASCAR’s playoff system can completely change the championship fortunes of a driver.
Kyle Larson ended a long winless streak in the NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday at Dover. Could Jimmie Johnson be next?
Renault wanted a closer relationship with McLaren going into Formula 1's new era. Instead McLaren is heading back to Mercedes - and that leaves Renault as the only F1 engine supplier with no customers
One is set up for sprint and one for endurance. So how exactly are the DTM and SUPER GT going to make their joint race a fair battle at Hockenheim this weekend? Jenson Button's chances of victory depend on it.
Ferrari's engine advantage has been talked up throughout 2019, but is it the real difference-maker? Gary Anderson's analysis of the Sochi weekend suggests there's multiple factors in the Ferrari/Mercedes battle
Ferrari turned the tables on its Formula 1 rivals since the summer break, not only taking victories at low-downforce tracks where expectations were high, but also at races where they were expected to be on the backfoot. The result in Russia may not have swung in its direction, but the signs are there that it will be able to fight Mercedes more often at the remaining races this season.
There were times this year when it seemed as is if Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ big-rigs must have run over the black cats that crossed their path. But at the end of it all, Sam Schmidt tells David Malsher that the team is in a better place now to make the next step toward vying for championships.
While Formula 1's technical race is slowing as minds turn towards 2020, recent developments should at least ensure a three-way fight between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull to the end of the campaign
The Russian Grand Prix weekend was supposed to prove just how much Ferrari had improved its SF90. But while its speed was impressive, Ferrari struggled to control its drivers during a race that got away from it