The fifth Formula E season gets underway in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, but will it be worth watching?
F1 reveals plan to attract new engine manufacturers
Formula One is hoping to attract new engine manufacturers to the grid by introducing rules that require existing manufacturers to share technology with new entrants in the future.
Sainz wants to put McLaren 'back where it belongs'
Carlos Sainz says he has joined McLaren in the belief the struggling British team can return to the front of the Formula One grid.
The Valkyrie's V12 sounds like an F1 engine from the 1990s
Aston Martin has released the first audio and images of the V12 engine that will power the Adrian Newey-designed Valkyrie hypercar.
McLaren enters professional cycling with Bahrain-Merida
McLaren will enter the world of professional cycling after announcing a joint venture deal with Team Bahrain-Merida.
Supercars give Ford Mustang green light
Ford's Mustang has been given the green light to compete in next year's Supercars championship, replacing the blue oval's Falcon model.
Red Bull once doubted Ricciardo's overtaking ability
He's now rated as one of F1's best overtakers, but uncertainty over that area of his race craft almost stopped Red Bull bosses promoting Daniel Ricciardo to the team in 2014.
Supercars rookie quits team after bad year
New Zealand driver Richie Stanaway and Supercars team Tickford Racing have parted ways after a difficult 2018 championship.
Hamilton collects F1 trophy and eager for more
Lewis Hamilton looked forward to more success with Mercedes after collecting his fifth Formula One world champion's trophy at the governing FIA's gala awards on Friday.
Rossi in for Rahal with Team Penske at Rolex 24
Alexander Rossi has replaced fellow IndyCar driver Graham Rahal at Acura Team Penske for the IMSA sports car endurance events.
Reynolds leads Erebus Bathurst 12-hour bid
Bathurst 1000 winner David Reynolds will spearhead Erebus Motorsport's return to the Bathurst 12-hour endurance race.
Renault puts figure on power deficit to Ferrari and Mercedes
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says there is no reason why his team should still be lagging behind Mercedes and Ferrari in terms of engine power next year.
Ricciardo underestimated stress of Renault move decision
Daniel Ricciardo admits the process which led to him leaving Red Bull to join Renault for 2019 may have affected his preparation for some of the races leading up to the summer break.
Alonso to be powered by Chevy in Indy 500
Fernando Alonso will be powered by Chevrolet for his second attempt to win the Indianapolis 500.
Alonso's Indy 500 to be powered by Chevrolet, not Honda
After burning bridges with Honda in Formula One, Fernando Alonso and McLaren will contest next year's Indy 500 with Chevrolet power.
F1 plans to give fans data teams do not have
Formula One will use artificial intelligence to better explain racing to fans during broadcasts of events in 2019, using some data not available to the teams themselves.
F1 'hopeful' of new deal with Silverstone
Formula One's commercial boss Sean Bratches remains hopeful a new deal can be struck with Silverstone over the future of the British Grand Prix, but says a race on the streets of London remains the ideal scenario.
English hopeful completes Supercars test
English driver Abbie Eaton has successfully completed her first laps behind the wheel of a Supercar, as she continues to explore her options in Australia.
$1.3B award upheld against racer in payday scam
A U.S. appeals court has upheld a nearly $1.3 billion award against a pro racecar driver convicted of deceiving consumers with his payday loan business.
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