Fernando Alonso has hit back at popular F1 podcast 'Off the Grid' after former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo said on the show that Alonso was not a team player during his time at Ferrari.
Hamilton condemns 'despicable' racist abuse suffered by England players
Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has condemned the racist abuse several England players were subjected to in Montenegro during a qualifier for football's Euro 2020 competition on Monday.
Ashwin's mankading of Buttler has divided the opinions of fans and experts alike, but cricket isn't the only sport where the line between the laws and the spirit of the game occasionally gets blurred.
How did a great team like Williams produce a fundamentally flawed F1 car?
The Australian Grand Prix showed just how far off the pace Williams' car is at this stage of the season. But the problems go deeper than just a failure in design.
Mick Schumacher to test for Ferrari in Bahrain
Mick Schumacher, son of Ferrari legend Michael, will test for the Italian team at one of the two days of testing taking place after this weekend's Bahrain GP.
What's at stake in F1's crucial 2021 meeting on Tuesday?
F1 faces a crucial meeting this week to determine what its long-term future looks like. Laurence Edmondson looks at the key issues which need addressing before 2021.
14-year-old motorcycle racer dies in Spain crash
Fourteen-year-old Marcos Garrido Beltran died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle race on Sunday at the Jerez Circuit in southern Spain.
Herta becomes youngest IndyCar winner at 18
Eighteen-year-old rookie Colton Herta took advantage of a late-race crash to become the youngest winner in IndyCar history.
35 years on: Senna's inauspicious F1 debut belied the successes to come
The late Brazilian F1 driver didn't make much of an impression on home turf 35 years ago except on those who looked beyond his disastrous debut.
Power nips Rossi for IndyCar pole in COTA debut
Will Power will start IndyCar's first race at the Circuit of the Americas from the pole after the Team Penske driver edged Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi during qualifying Saturday.
Why Bahrain should help answer the questions around Ferrari
A look at where Ferrari was losing lap time to Mercedes in Melbourne and whether it will be the same at the next round in Bahrain.
Hamilton gets in on Ricciardo/Avocado meme
Daniel Ricciardo earned himself a new nickname during the Australian Grand Prix weekend -- Lewis Hamilton is more than happy to keep the Danny Avocado meme alive.
COTA has big plans as IndyCar debut at hand
From the time the first piles of dirt and rock were moved to start paving a new Formula One track in Texas, the owners of the Circuit of the Americas eyed a future with IndyCar.
Kubica: When rookies were driving I was fighting for my life
Despite a difficult first race with Williams at the Australian Grand Prix, Robert Kubica says he has no regrets about his decision to return to Formula One.
Horner distances Red Bull from 2019 title talk
Christian Horner thinks it is premature to put Red Bull in the world championship conversation despite kicking off its new Honda partnership with a podium.
NBC Sports adds Danica to Indy 500 coverage
Danica Patrick will join NBC Sports' inaugural coverage of the Indianapolis 500 as an analyst alongside host Mike Tirico.
Vietnam begins work on Hanoi's 2020 F1 venue
Vietnam on Wednesday launched construction of a race circuit in capital Hanoi, where the Southeast Asian nation will host its first Formula One race next year.
How long will Leclerc respect team orders at Ferrari?
Ferrari's awful Melbourne performance coincided with its first use of team orders in 2019. Our F1 team picks through that and the other major talking points from the Australian Grand Prix.
Ricciardo felt drained by prerace promotional schedule
Daniel Ricciardo regrets trying to please too many people in his pre-Australian Grand Prix promotional activities as he feels it hampered his preparations for the race.
Bottas ignored Mercedes order to get fastest lap point
Despite Mercedes boss Toto Wolff favouring a cautious approach to the first race, Australia race winner Valtteri Bottas was determined to leave with F1's newest prize.
Ferrari explains rationale behind Leclerc decision in Australia
After telling Charles Leclerc to hold station behind Sebastian Vettel in Australia, Ferrari decided not to give its wonderkid a chance to go for the new championship point available for fastest lap. Here's why it made both those calls.
Ecclestone: Whiting death hurt me more than any driver's
Bernie Ecclestone says the death of Formula One race director Charlie Whiting has affected him worse than when he lost drivers he worked with closely as a manager and team boss.
Crampton wins again at NHRA Gatornationals
Richie Crampton beat Clay Millican in the Top Fuel final to claim the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville for the second straight year.
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