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Single-file racing in NASCAR's Daytona week so far has led to concerns about the show in Sunday's Monster Energy Cup Series season-opening 500.
Nelson Piquet Jr and Jean-Eric Vergne disagree on the cause of their crash in ABB FIA Formula E’s race in Mexico City, which sent Piquet airborne and brought out the red flags.
The final lap of ABB FIA Formula E's Mexico City E-Prix that took Pascal Wehrlein and both Nissan e.dams drivers out of contention was like "Christmas", says Venturi's Edoardo Mortara.
Sebastien Buemi was “speechless” after the Nissan e.dams team’s dramatic energy loss in the Mexican ABB FIA Formula E race, which he put down to a strategy software miscalculation.
Williams will miss the start of Formula 1’s pre season testing on Monday with the build of its car still running late.
Honda has taken covers off the bike with which it will return to World Superbike as a factory entrant for the first time in nearly two decades.
Audi's Lucas di Grassi says his dramatic last-gasp victory at the Mexico City E-Prix was the “best win” of his ABB FIA Formula E career.
Canadian driver secures three-race deal to drive truck for Kyle Busch Motorsports in 2019.
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Sam Bass, NASCAR’s first officially licensed artist who fought a lengthy battle with serious kidney issues, died on Saturday.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that the way Red Bull handled his collision with Max Verstappen in Baku last year played a part in his decision to leave the team for Renault.
Jeffrey Earnhardt is no stranger to NASCAR competition, but as far as he’s concerned, the 2019 season is “only the beginning” of his racing career.
Daniel Ricciardo has made his on-track debut with the Renault Formula 1 team as its RS19 hit the circuit at Barcelona for a shakedown after all.
Sebastian Vettel says not to expect anything other than him remaining at Ferrari beyond 2019 as his "mission" at the Scuderia remains incomplete.
Felipe Nasr says his IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship title defence will take priority over his 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E campaign, meaning he will skip the Rome race.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says his team is taking engine supplier Renault's positivity at face value because the French manufacturer proved “very honest” in its communications the year before.