Touring News and Analysis
Lee Holdsworth has detailed a moment of spiritual healing with Mount Panorama, beer in hand, that helped him make peace with the Mountain Gods.
Hyundai Motorsport has announced team principal Andrea Adamo will leave the team with immediate effect after six years with the Korean marque.
Feedback from Supercars drivers shouldn't be the deciding factor in the paddles versus stick shift debate, according to outgoing Triple Eight boss Roland Dane.
SSR Performance will compete in the DTM as a full-time entrant in 2022, fielding a pair of Porsche 911 GT3 Rs in the German category.
Chaz Mostert and Lee Holdsworth combined to take a dominant Bathurst 1000 win for Walkinshaw Andretti United.
Chaz Mostert and Lee Holdsworth lead the Bathurst 1000 despite a tyre failure putting them out of sync with the other contenders.
The two Erebus Motorsport Holdens have been thrown out of the Bathurst 1000 Top 10 Shootout for failing post-session technical checks.
Chaz Mostert pipped Shane van Gisbergen in the final full practice session ahead of the 2021 Bathurst 1000.
Red Bull now appears set to continue in the DTM for a second season in 2022, partnering again with the Ferrari-supported AF Corse team.
Will Brown has taken provisional pole for the 2021 Bathurst 1000 while Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes will start 11th after missing the Top 10 Shootout.
Supercars Championship drivers Shane van Gisbergen and Anton De Pasquale have officially turned their first laps in Gen3 hardware.
Chaz Mostert led an intriguing final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Bathurst 1000.
Boost Mobile has struck a new alliance with Erebus Motorsport that could see the brand run its own Supercars team in 2023.
Three of the British Touring Car Championship’s leading teams are expanding their line-ups for 2022, meaning that the grid will increase to a maximum of 32 cars.
Lee Holdsworth set the pace in a Thursday co-driver practice that was cut short by a nasty crash for Chris Pither.
The biggest prize in Australian motor racing is on offer this weekend as 25 cars battle it out for the 2021 Bathurst 1000 crown.
The 2021 Supercars season is set to come to a spectacular close this weekend with the Bathurst 1000.
Cupra drivers Rob Huff and Mikel Azcona were delighted to end the FIA World Touring Car Cup season on a high by sharing a pair of victories in Sochi’s WTCR finale.
A Triple Eight-run wildcard entry could be key to Craig Lowndes being on the Bathurst 1000 grid in 2022.
Rob Huff scored his first World Touring Car Cup victory of the season and became the 12th winner in 16 races in a thrilling wet-weather finale at Sochi.
Yann Ehrlacher secured his second consecutive World Touring Car Cup title with a safe sixth place finish in race one at a sodden Sochi, as Mikel Azcona came from eighth on the grid to score his first win of the season.
The WTCR series has revealed its 2022 calendar, which includes a first trip to the classic Pau street circuit since 2009 and a return to its traditional Macau season finale.
Formula E and Extreme E race director Scot Elkins has been appointed in the same role for the DTM and its Trophy support championship for the 2022 season.
Shane van Gisbergen has revealed that a white lie about his health was critical to his dominant title run in Supercars this year.
Jamie Green says he’s still seeking opportunities with manufacturers to return to racing in 2022 after his Audi contract ended at the end of 2020, after missing out on a seat in the DTM this season.