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Mercedes driver Stoffel Vandoorne reckons the layout changes made to Santiago’s Park O’Higgins circuit have created “one of the most tricky corners” on the Formula E calendar.
Fernando Alonso says that Max Verstappen has been his choice for the best driver in Formula 1 this year thanks to his "attack mode" attitude.
Alex Rins admits he and his Suzuki MotoGP team do not have a good explanation for their dramatic loss of form in qualifying for the Argentina Grand Prix.
Mark Miles, CEO of Hulman & Company, owners of IndyCar, has confirmed that the series is in talks with promoters Grupo OSD about a race at the Circuito San Juan Villicum in Argentina.
Edoardo Mortara says his fourth-place finish in the Santiago ABB FIA Formula E race was "like a victory" for his Venturi team after a difficult start to the 2018/19 season.
Juncos Racing announced today that Top Race Championship and TC2000 ace Agustin Canapino is to join Will Owen, Kyle Kaiser and Rene Binder in the team’s first shot at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.
Sebastien Loeb's World Rally Championship comeback looks highly unlikely to continue into 2019 because Citroen team principal Pierre Budar is reluctant to allow the nine-time champion to compete part-time again.
Jack Miller says he "expects" Ducati to exercise its option to keep him in the Pramac satellite squad for the 2019 MotoGP season.
FIA Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has completed an “informal visit” of Argentina’s Buenos Aires circuit to evaluate the state of the facility.
Indy Lights driver Santiago Urrutia claims to have "70 percent" of the budget in order to race in the Verizon IndyCar Series next season and is currently in negotiations with three winning teams.
Tiago Monteiro says he wants to continue with Honda in WTCC, and has already started to discuss conditions for a contract renewal with the Japanese manufacturer.
Volvo driver Nicky Catsburg believes that the WTCC organisers need to take a "hard look" at the series' tyres after the two punctures he suffered in both races last weekend in Argentina.
Aprilia rider Aleix Espargaro says the Italian mentality of his new MotoGP team is a better fit for him than the "super-strict" Suzuki outfit he raced for previously.