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.
How Bottas rediscovered himself and why we still don't know a thing about the real Ferrari
The first race of the Formula One season is notorious for offering up more questions than answers, and Sunday's Australian Grand Prix was no exception. We take a look at the main talking points from a surprising weekend.
Red Bull takes jab at Alonso after first Honda podium
Red Bull has taken a cheeky swipe at two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, tweeting the message 'Now we can fight!' after claiming third place at the Australian Grand Prix.
Bottas shows what he's really made of as Ferrari sets off alarm bells in Australia
Ferrari was expected to come out swinging in Melbourne. Instead, while the Italian team struggled, it was under-pressure Valtteri Bottas who set down a marker to Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton for 2019.
Bottas fires expletive to critics after Australian Grand Prix win
Valtteri Bottas delivered a not-so-subtle message for his critics after crossing the line to win the season-opening Australian Grand Prix by over 20 seconds to Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
'Why are we so slow?' - Ferrari's revealing race radio in Melbourne
Ferrari entered the Australian Grand Prix as the preseason favourite but leaves Melbourne after a baffling loss of pace and an early decision to implement team orders on its drivers.
Whincup survives as Red Bull flounder
Shane van Gisbergen slumped outside of the Supercars championship's top 10 after a sorry weekend in Melbourne.
McLaughlin wins race, Mostert takes meet
Ford drivers have continued their winning ways at the Australian Grand Prix with Scott McLaughlin tallying his third race win of the Supercars meet.
Stanaway smacked by Supercars stewards
Boost Mobile bad boy Richie Stanaway has won few friends at the Australian Grand Prix after his reckless overtaking efforts.
Custer wins Xfinity race, denying Busch 200th win
Cole Custer won the NASCAR Xfinity Series race Saturday, preventing Kyle Busch from tying Richard Petty's record with his 200th career victory across NASCAR's three major series.
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