Elliott escapes elimination in ‘total team effort’ at Kansas

Chase Elliott clawed his way into the Round of 8 with an impressive charge in the closing laps at Kansas Speedway. With the laps clicking away and Elliott running solidly in eighth place, it appeared his 2019 playoff run was over as he was still three points shy of Brad

Hamlin wins, Elliott advances in double overtime at Kansas

Denny Hamlin held off Chase Elliott in double overtime to win Sunday at Kansas Speedway, which also saw Elliott squeak into the next round of the playoffs. Hamlin led the way on the restart to the second overtime and quickly put some distance between himself and Elliott.  After taking the

Guenther Steiner: Haas haven't listened to drivers enough

Haas principal Guenther Steiner admits the team should have listened more to the feedback given to them by their drivers in 2019. It has been a frustrating campaign for the American outfit who are all the way down in P9 in the Constructors’ Championship, scoring only 28 points so far

Grosjean: Split-screen can fix F1’s midfield TV coverage

Romain Grosjean reckons a split-screen option would be a “cool” fix to Formula 1’s problem of not showing enough battles while television coverage focuses on race leaders. F1’s TV direction has come under scrutiny from drivers, particularly McLaren’s Carlos Sainz, for favouring less exciting fights at the front of the

Full statement: How and why DJRTP was charged

This is the full stewards report from the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport over the DJR Team Penske breach, which reveals how charges were laid and defended and how the verdict was reached. Key highlights from the detailed report include how the initial post-race enquiry played out and why CAMS

Marquez ‘surpassed’ by brother’s ‘once in a lifetime’ save

MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says he was “surpassed” by brother Alex’s save in Moto2 practice at Motegi, which he described as a “once in a lifetime” feat. The younger Marquez, who currently leads the Moto2 standings, was launched out of his seat 15 minutes into Saturday morning’s third practice sessionn

Penske hints at US chance for McLaughlin

Roger Penske has hinted that a chance for Bathurst winner Scott McLaughlin in the US could come in the ‘near future’. McLaughlin has made no secret of his desire to race in NASCAR, the Bathurst 1000 – which he won alongside Alex Premat last Sunday – the final empty box

No light at end of Haas tunnel in 'short term'

Guenther Steiner concedes there is no light at the end of the Haas, at least in the “short-term”, he just hopes they are learning lessons for next season. Haas have scored just two World Championship points since the German GP despite several appearances inside the top ten on Saturday afternoons.

Wehrlein tops final morning of pre-season Formula E test

Ex-Formula 1 driver Pascal Wehrlein set the fastest time of 2019 Formula E pre-season testing so far to lead the way on the final morning at Valencia. Mahindra Racing’s Wehrlein grabbed the top spot as the three-hour session entered its final 15 minutes, which were then cut short when BMW

'Schumi could have won more if he hasn't joined Ferrari'

Michael Schumacher would have won more grands prix and World titles had he opted to join another team instead of Ferrari, says former team-mate Eddie Irvine. With two World titles in the bag having won with Benetton in 1994 and again in 1995, Schumacher moved over to Ferrari despite the