Luis Ramírez
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Luis Ramírez

15 years of experience in motorsports that began in one of the most important national newspapers in Mexico, although unlike many, the passion did not come from F1, but from IndyCar, category closer to the country in the mid-eighties and early nineties. During this time he was collaborating with relevant media as a commentator for FOX Sports and currently in Motorsport.com. Despite the short time he has been fortunate to cover several races in different categories since 2005, including F1, WRC, WEC, WTCC, MotoGP and the Dakar Rally.

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Perez's bodyguard shot during car robbery attempt in Mexico

One of Sergio Perez’s security guards is in a “good condition” after being shot during a car robbery attempt involving the Formula 1 driver’s family on Saturday.

Perez "delighted" with Helmut Marko's honesty

Sergio Perez is enjoying Helmut Marko's brutally honest approach since joining Red Bull, saying he holds a lot of respect for the Formula 1 team's advisor.

Reutemann moved out of intensive care as condition improves Monaco GP
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Reutemann moved out of intensive care as condition improves

Twelve-time Formula 1 race winner Carlos Reutemann has left intensive care and been shifted to a general ward care in Rosario, Argentina, according to the latest reports in his home country.

Mexico Formula E back-up race boosted by fan attendance go-ahead

The viability of Formula E’s backup plan to host a Mexican race near the city of Puebla has been boosted by limited fan attendance being permitted for local sporting events.

Perez already has options for 2022 Formula 1 return

Sergio Perez claims he already has options to secure a Formula 1 comeback in 2022 if he is forced to take a sabbatical next year.

Perez: It's ‘obvious’ who Vettel would replace at Racing Point

Sergio Perez says it is “obvious” who would leave Racing Point if the team does sign Sebastian Vettel for the 2021 season.

Ogier: Rally Mexico should not have taken place

Rally Mexico winner Sebastien Ogier says that the event should not have taken place at all in light of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Rally Mexico to end early due to looming travel restrictions

Rally Mexico will end this evening to allow participants to get home as travel restrictions mount worldwide to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Maldonado drops out of JOTA LMP2 line-up

Pastor Maldonado has announced he will not participate in the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship season with the JOTA Sport LMP2 team.

Red Bull's O'Ward targeting IndyCar-to-F1 move

IndyCar driver Patricio O'Ward admits he is now targeting a move “straight into Formula 1” following his induction into the Red Bull junior programme.

Mexican president to cut grand prix funding to pay for railway

The president of Mexico has suggested the country’s Formula 1 race will not receive state support, as the event fights for its future on the calendar.

O’Ward on dumping IndyCar ride: “I have done what I had to do”

Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward says he is “talking to all the teams he can” after his eleventh-hour split from the Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda team left him without a ride on the eve of IndyCar Spring Training.

All 21 F1 Drivers of the Day in 2018 – as voted by the fans

Fernando Alonso started and finished what might be his final Formula 1 season as the fans' pick for Driver of the Day in 2018 – and here are all the others too...

Calderon: F1 car "in some ways easier" than GP3

Tatiana Calderon has said she feels Sauber's Formula 1 car is "in some ways easier" than her usual GP3 machinery after undertaking her first kilometres in the C37 on Tuesday.

Steinbrenner joins Harding in IndyCar, signs O’Ward and Herta

George Steinbrenner IV will join forces with Harding Racing next season to run the reigning Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward and runner-up Colton Herta, with the team receiving Andretti Autosport technical support.

Andretti: Alonso in IndyCar would have similar effect as Mansell

Michael Andretti says that Fernando Alonso racing in IndyCar would bring notoriety and attention to the series, similar to that achieved by Nigel Mansell in 1993.

Celis claims he had IndyCar options for 2018

Alfonso Celis Jr., who has joined Juncos Racing’s Indy Lights team for 2018, says he had options in IndyCar but has chosen to take a patient approach to his career.

Mexico City’s F1 track escapes damage during huge earthquake

The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, where the Mexican Grand Prix will take place next month, did not sustain any damage in the massive earthquake that hit the country on Tuesday.

Four spectators injured at NASCAR Mexico race - video

Santiago Tovar lost his brakes in the final turn on the course, hit a tire barrier and injured fans at Autodrome of Leon.

NASCAR Mexico debuts with its new format

The Series conducted an exhibition race this Sunday at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez where Homero Richards and Rogelio López were the winners.

Haas expected more from Gutierrez

Haas chief Gunther Steiner says his team expected Esteban Gutierrez to have been closer to teammate Romain Grosjean's points tally this year, but says the Mexican should not be blamed entirely for what has happened.

Mexico City targets sell-out crowd for 'fiesta of F1'

Organisers of this month’s Mexican Grand Prix have predicted the race-day crowd figure will increase this year, following its impressive return to the Formula 1 World Championship calendar in 2015.

Maldonado tipped for WEC debut with Manor in Mexico

Pastor Maldonado could compete in the World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of Mexico next month, according to confirmed driver Alfonso Toledano.

Lotus insists F1 future not under threat

Lotus insists there is no risk of it failing to see out the Formula 1 season, despite it facing a winding-up petition in the London courts later this month.

What is the future of the NASCAR Mexico Series?

The series goes into 2015 with no title sponsor and a new rival.

Andreas Mikkelsen calls starting order rules 'stupid'

Talking with Motorsport.com, the Norwegian believes that the starting order regulations set forth by the FIA ​​will be the key in Mexico and criticizes this decision.