Al-Attiyah coasts to claim third Dakar Rally title
Nasser Al-Attiyah won his third Dakar Rally crown while Toby Price won his second motorbike title in a race that featured one last twist on Thursday.
Trophy ceremony leaves Power, Penske reflective
Will Power and Team Penske owner Roger Penske received their "Baby Borg" trophies on Wednesday for winning last year's Indianapolis 500.
IndyCar announces NTT title sponsorship deal
IndyCar announced a multi-year title sponsorship deal Tuesday with NTT, a global information technology and communications company based in Japan.
Verstappen serves day 1 of community service
Max Verstappen attended this weekend's Formula E race in Morocco as part of the punishment handed down to him for an altercation with Esteban Ocon at last year's Brazilian Grand Prix.
McLaren restructure continues with new managing director
McLaren has appointed the man who helped guide Porsche to multiple World Endurance Championship titles and Le Mans victories, Andreas Seidl, as managing director.
Red Bull pairs Tander with van Gisbergen
Shane van Gisbergen and Garth Tander will unite in Supercars car No.97 for the Enduro Cup this season.
GRM dumps Tander out of Supercars
Garry Rogers Motorsport will rebrand as Boost Mobile Racing and field Richie Stanaway and not Garth Tander in its 2019 Supercars outfit.
Key dates on the 2019 Formula One calendar
A run down of the key dates for any Formula One fan ahead of 2019 with a calendar of events which stretches from February all the way through to December.
Ferrari's move to appoint Binotto leaves key questions to be answered
Ferrari has confirmed technical chief Mattia Binotto has replaced Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal, a move which is not surprising given the team's recent failures to beat Mercedes to a championship.
Stroll wants to turn Force India into one of F1's greatest teams
Lawrence Stroll has outlined his lofty ambitions for the Force India team he purchased mid-way through 2018.
F1 legend Lauda in hospital with flu - reports
Former Formula One world champion Niki Lauda has returned to intensive care five months after undergoing a lung transplant, Austrian media sites reported Sunday.
Supercross riding high despite champ departures
The 2019 AMA Supercross season begins this weekend at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, with the series riding a wave of momentum despite the retirements of two high-profile champions in recent seasons.
Hamilton leads Schumacher birthday tributes
Hamilton's tally of five championships and 73 Grand Prix wins is second only to Schumacher, who holds a record seven world titles and 91 wins.
Schumacher and the burning passion that made him great
On Michael Schumacher's 50th birthday, Maurice Hamilton remembers a revealing and -- as it turned out -- poignant interview with the seven-time world champion, whose health still remains a closely-guarded secret.
Schumacher 'well cared for' as he turns 50 - family
Family of seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher have assured fans the Ferrari great is being well cared for as they prepare to celebrate his 50th birthday.
The storylines likely to dominate F1 in 2019
A look at the most compelling narratives likely to dominate the new year of Formula One, including Ferrari's brewing intra-team battle and Red Bull's hopes of becoming title contenders with Honda.
Lowndes happy to be a rookie for Le Mans
At 44 years of age, Craig Lowndes hardly falls into the rookie category but he would happily wear that handle if he can get a crack at the famous Le Mans race.
Ricciardo: Driver market games wore a little thin this year
Daniel Ricciardo says he found it difficult and frustrating to work out which teams had genuine interest in signing him while he weighed his options in the driver market this year.
Gordon Murray: A legend gets recognition
South African car designer Gordon Murray is set to be honoured by Queen Elizabeth - Maurice Hamilton explains why it is a worthy recognition to a man who has made a huge contribution to many spheres of motoring, including racing.
McLaren targets championship within next five years
McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes his team is on a journey back to competitiveness but is refusing to set lofty targets for the 2019 season.
The top five drivers of 2018
ESPN rates the top five drivers of the 2018 Formula One season -- a mix of two of the grid's most experienced drivers with three of its most exciting talents.
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