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Max Verstappen says the ideal teammate for him in Formula 1 is one who can push him to greater heights like Daniel Ricciardo did.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl thinks it would not be right for Formula 1 to hold qualifying and the race on the same day in the future, despite the format proving popular in Japan.
Chevrolet has confirmed that Jan Magnussen will no longer drive for Corvette Racing in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season after 16 years with the team.
The Arrow McLaren SP team – formerly Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports – is sending personnel to the Mexican and US Grands Prix as guests of the McLaren Formula 1 team, but the team denies that this suggests an imminent announcement regarding Patricio O’Ward.
NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Gray Gaulding missed Friday’s first practice sessions at Kansas Speedway after suffering a medical issue during his flight to the track.
NASCAR has completed its acquisition of International Speedway Corporation and the two are now one private company.
McLaren's sponsorship deal with Brazilian oil company Petrobras looks set to be brought to an official end within a matter of days, Motorsport.com has learned.
Jean-Eric Vergne says it would be “a logical step” for Lewis Hamilton to sample Formula E following the five-time Formula 1 world champion’s recent comments about the environment.
Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso says he needs more dry running at Motegi to mount a Japanese Grand Prix victory challenge, with forecasts of rain throwing a potential spanner in the works.
Suzuki MotoGP test rider Sylvain Guintoli was left "encouraged" after a strong practice debut for the GSX-RR’s prototype 2020 engine on Friday at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul says 2019 has been the most difficult season he has faced in Formula 1, but insists critics who say his team have "lost the plot" are wrong.
Jorge Lorenzo said that FP2 for MotoGP's Japanese Grand Prix has been his best session since he got injured at Assen, as he reverted to a chassis he used back in May.
This is the moment that Garry Rogers confirmed to his staff that the team won't compete in Supercars beyond the end of this year.
Garth Tander isn't convinced by claims from Bathurst winner Scott McLaughlin that the Safety Car controversy had no affect on the potential outcome of the race.