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Mercedes made good on its promise to finally show some pace on the final day of the opening Formula 1 test of 2019, proving it had been holding back on the first three days.
Last weekend at Daytona, Toyota brought the Supra model to NASCAR in the Xfinity Series opener at Daytona. Although it didn’t win, it led its first laps in Jeffrey Earnhardt’s hands, Brandon Jones finished third and hot-shot prospect Christopher Bell pulled some bold moves in the pack to nail a top-six finish.
Hopes are high that Red Bull-Honda will join Ferrari and Mercedes in the 2019 Formula 1 title battle.
Following its historic Daytona 500 1-2-3 finish on Sunday, Joe Gibbs Racing is about to share some more good news about one of its star NASCAR performers.
Toyota Racing Development’s David Wilson says the possibility of getting two-time Formula 1 world champion and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Fernando Alonso behind the wheel at one of NASCAR’s road course races in future “would be fun”.
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.
The new Alfa Romeo Racing Formula 1 car, which takes over the Sauber entry on the grid this year, was tested by Kimi Raikkonen for the first time on Thursday at Fiorano in Italy. Check it out from all the angles.
Colton Herta astounded the NTT IndyCar Series paddock with his pace throughout two days of Spring Training at Circuit of the Americas for 25 cars, and the second-gen ace remained fastest overall for Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda. Here are the best photos from the US GP venue...
Check out the differences between the new Renault RS19 and the previous year’s contender. Move the slider tool below on each image…
Check out the differences between the new Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14 and the previous year’s contender. Move the slider tool below on each image…
Paul Menard has criticized Jimmie Johnson’s restrictor plate driving tactics on superspeedways after being taken out of the lead of Sunday’s Clash at Daytona, which Johnson went on to win.
NASCAR burst back into life with the opening day of Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway, which will culminate in next Sunday’s Daytona 500. Here’s the Cup action from Day 1, as cars practiced on Saturday for both the 500 and Sunday's Advance Auto Parts Clash.
Friday’s test was rained out after lunch, but over the morning session's 4.5 hours, 21 of the projected 24-25 cars hit the track, with Max Chilton’s Carlin-Chevrolet emerging fastest. Here are images from top-rank U.S. open-wheel racing’s first visit to Laguna Seca since March 2007.
Check out the differences between the black-and-gold Haas VF-19 and the previous year’s grey-hued contender. Move the slider tool below on each image…
Australian motorsport superstar Craig Lowndes will join Fox Sports' commentary team for its Virgin Australia Supercars Championship broadcasts in 2019.
Check out Yamaha’s striking new MotoGP livery for the 2019 season from every angle, starring Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales.
Check out Suzuki’s striking new MotoGP livery for the 2019 season from every angle – including race riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir.
The 2019 Daytona 24 Hours turned into a wet and wild event, with dramatic storylines unfolding across all the classes. Here are 100 of the best photos of a classic event…
Fernando Alonso added the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona to his 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours success, and hailed his Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac team for giving him an “amazing experience”.
Legendary team boss Roger Penske says the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona was run in the worst weather conditions he’s ever seen in his long history in the sport.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves says Fernando Alonso did a “great job” to hit the front in the Rolex 24 at Daytona – but claims the way he did it proves that his Wayne Taylor Racing team was sandbagging until now.
A hardcore book for fans of the American sportscar series that recently turned 50, but this is no anorak’s guide adorned with pretty photographs for the coffee table – it contains some epic stories that truly chart the formation of a fast-evolving series that’s stood the test of time, featuring some larger than life characters.
Fernando Alonso has spoken out over the Balance of Performance for the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona, claiming the Cadillacs didn’t have the speed to challenge for the front two rows in qualifying.