Sam Bass, NASCAR’s first officially licensed artist who fought a lengthy battle with serious kidney issues, died on Saturday.
Daniel Ricciardo has made his on-track debut with the Renault Formula 1 team as its RS19 hit the circuit at Barcelona for a shakedown after all.
Sebastian Vettel says not to expect anything other than him remaining at Ferrari beyond 2019 as his "mission" at the Scuderia remains incomplete.
Jeffrey Earnhardt is no stranger to NASCAR competition, but as far as he’s concerned, the 2019 season is “only the beginning” of his racing career.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says his team is taking engine supplier Renault's positivity at face value because the French manufacturer proved “very honest” in its communications the year before.
Joe Gibbs Racing may begin the 2019 NASCAR without co-founder J.D. Gibbs but Joe Gibbs insisted Friday that “J.D. lives on in us.”
Joey Logano believes what’s done is done, which means that Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship? That’s all in the past.
The reigning NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series championship team returned to Victory Lane but with a new driver.
It appears DJ Kennington will not be the only Pinty’s Series driver competing this month at Daytona International Speedway.
Two-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion will drive in Xfinity Series race for his 51st start in the series and eighth over at Daytona International Speedway.
Former Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says that his first-ever race later this year at the Zolder track in Belgium, where his father Gilles was killed in 1982, will be “quite important to me”.
Formula 1 now has two major tobacco companies taking up branding on cars again, with Philip Morris International promoting its 'Mission Winnow' initiative on the Ferraris from late last year, and McLaren recently announcing a deal with former BAR owner Br
Ferrari has talked of trying to be "extreme" with its 2019 F1 car, but from the images seen so far it doesn't appear to be an overly complex design. Jake Boxall-Legge joins Glenn Freeman to highlight the areas where it's clear Ferrari has made big changes
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Mahindra Racing's Pascal Wehrlein took a dominant first ABB FIA Formula E pole position for the Mexico City E-Prix by 0.306s over Audi's Lucas di Grassi.
Andreas Mikkelsen and Esapekka Lappi are tied for second place on Rally Sweden with three stages remaining, as Ott Tanak continues to lead the way.
Michael McDowell paced the final practice session Saturday prior to Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.
The 2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series season opened with a crash-filled race at Daytona International Speedway.
BMW Andretti's Antonio Felix da Costa set the pace across the two practice sessions ahead of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship's Mexico City E-Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that the way Red Bull handled his collision with Max Verstappen in Baku last year played a part in his decision to leave the team for Renault.
Ott Tanak has extended his Rally Sweden lead to nearly a minute, while a three-way fight for second place has emerged between Andreas Mikkelsen, Esapekka Lappi and Thierry Neuville.
Toyota’s rising star Christopher Bell says today’s Xfinity Series opener will be “more like the Truck race” than the Cup Series racing seen so far at Speedweeks.
Felipe Nasr says his IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship title defence will take priority over his 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E campaign, meaning he will skip the Rome race.
Will Mercedes be able to extend its run of Formula 1 dominance into the 2019 season? Legendary technical expert Giorgio Piola looks for clues from its recent designs.
In this new series of articles we are going to uncover the incredible detail of Formula 1’s most iconic cars, drawing from the huge collection of illustrations painstakingly crafted by Motorsport.com’s legendary illustrator and technical analyst Giorgio Piola.
Mercedes' season got off to a slow start, as the team grappled with another, at times, temperamental machine. Forced on to the backfoot by a fast-starting Ferrari, and unable to get the best from the tyres, the team took its time and set about rectifying deficiencies without panic.
Ferrari mounted another assault on the Formula 1 World Championship in 2018, and while it looked to have got the better of Mercedes in the opening phases, its title aspirations fell agonisingly short of the target once again.
The RB14 continued to carry the DNA of Red Bull’s previously successful cars, as it pressed on with the same title-winning chassis philosophy, only making alterations in order to comply with the prevailing regulations.