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How does an IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship racer who was arguably the best in class in 2019 – and whose erstwhile engineer ranks him with two modern-day IndyCar legends – end up still seeking a ride for 2020 as we head into November? David Malsher makes the case for Richard Westbrook.
Motorsport.com’s Global Editor-in-Chief Charles Bradley gives his views as Lewis Hamilton produced another champion drive at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, albeit it without wrapping up his sixth Formula 1 world title in Mexico on Sunday.
And the next manufacturer in NASCAR is…? Until recently, that question could be answered by another – ‘When is Dodge coming back?’ But a revised NASCAR technical ethos, and some broader-minded thinking about what the future of the sport should look like, has opened up its game perhaps like never before.
Formula 1's push for three reverse-grid races in 2020 hit the buffers when the teams rejected the idea. By delaying the latest change to improve the racing spectacle, self-interested teams have proved they fear change
Why is Ferrari's Formula 1 engine being scrutinised? How did Racing Point find out about Renault's brake bias system? Is Sebastian Vettel any good at car development? Our ex-F1 technical director answers these questions and more
As Formula 1 heads to its next era, fears of a GP1 'spec series' are surfacing among team bosses and designers. But will F1's 2021 push close down creativity and create cars that all look the same?
If you recall anything about MotoE's first season, chances are the fire that wrecked its paddock will come to mind. But where the on-track action is concerned, the series' quirks - a result of technological limitations - have given it a unique identity
The latest driver to try a Formula 1 car for the first time was, paradoxically, perhaps the most experienced at Suzuka last weekend. But even after a stellar practice debut, can Japan's most prominent racer realistically expect anything more?
IndyCar’s Red Bull Advanced Technologies aeroscreen looks odd from the head-on angle, sexy from the side – but if it protects the drivers and they approve of its application, aesthetic appeal ceases to be a priority, writes David Malsher.
Safety and track limits were unsurprisingly among the main topics of conversation in the F1 paddock at Monza after Alex Peroni's scary F3 crash. One alternative to the sausage kerbs used in Italy could drastically reduce the frequency of such discussions.