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Sideways cars star at COTA

407 shares By: Marshall Pruett | 6 hours ago There’s nothing like the sight of super-light, high-downforce Formula 1 cars in qualifying at Circuit of The Americas. Low on fuel, looking like the world’s most expensive slot cars, the machines

Kyle Busch keeps rolling with Truck Series win at Martinsville

By: Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service | 59 minutes ago A week after locking up his 200th NASCAR national series victory at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., Kyle Busch took the first step toward the next century mark. Holding


Kubica has no regrets over return with Williams

By: Chris Medland | 5 hours ago Robert Kubica says he has no regrets over his return to racing in Formula 1 with Williams despite the team’s difficult start to the season. Williams suffered a delay getting its new car

Hamilton excited by Honda resurgence with Red Bull

By: Chris Medland | 6 hours ago Lewis Hamilton expects a tough fight with Red Bull during this season based on the pace the team showed in its first race after leaving Renault for Honda. Max Verstappen finished third in


COTA offers $100,000 bonus for pole-race win double

By: RACER Staff | 2 hours ago This weekend’s inaugural INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas will offer the prospect of an extra treat for the NTT IndyCar Series contenders: A $100,000 bonus from the track if the same

PRUETT: Talking points ahead of COTA

415 shares By: Marshall Pruett | 7 hours ago IMS GP 2.0 I’ve been to COTA more than a dozen times, most often for sports car racing, and if there’s one unfortunate fact to accept, it’s how the lavish Formula


Mick Schumacher undaunted by Michael comparisons

By: Chris Medland | 5 hours ago Mick Schumacher says he has no problem being compared to his father Michael as he progresses through the ranks and gets closer to Formula 1. Michael Schumacher holds the F1 record of seven

Haas closer to Ferrari than expected – Steiner

By: Chris Medland | 6 hours ago Haas was close to Ferrari in terms of performance than expected at the Australian Grand Prix, according to team principal Guenther Steiner. Both Ferrari and Haas enjoyed promising pre-seasons but the Scuderia failed


Bottas coy on Australia ‘f*** you’ radio message

623 shares By: Chris Medland | 7 hours ago Valtteri Bottas refused to reveal who he was addressing with his strongly-worded radio message after winning the Australian Grand Prix. After a winless 2018, Bottas started this season in the perfect

Le Mans entry loses a Ferrari GT, adds a P2

By: Stephen Kilbey | 41 minutes ago Over the past 24 hours, two WEC entry lists have been released by the ACO and FIA, the first being a provisional 35-car FIA WEC list for the second round of the ‘Super


The 2019 Mint 400 delivers on its promise

115 shares By: Marty Fiolka | 4 hours ago It’s been just over a week now since the desert landscape outside of Las Vegas finally returned to its quiet place. The roaring V8s, buzzing four-strokes and the whirl of helicopter

Mercedes pace ‘surprising and shocking’ – Vettel

By: Chris Medland | 6 hours ago Sebastian Vettel admits that he was shocked by the pace Mercedes was able to show relative to Ferrari during the last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix. Ferrari appeared quick throughout testing and arrived in

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