Reigning World Rallycross Champion Timmy Hansen claimed his first victory in over a year by beating points leader Johan Kristoffersson in the first instalment of the series’ Spanish double-header in Barcelona. Hansen qualified second in the Intermediate Classification and started from pole for semi-final two, then overcame brother Kevin Hansen
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power claimed his third pole of the season, his fifth at Mid-Ohio and the 60th of his career when unusually Group 1 proved the faster. Traditionally, the 2.258-mile Mid-Ohio course gets ever quicker as more rubber goes down rapidly but Power’s top time from Group 1 –
Valtteri Bottas made it a clean sweep of the practice timesheets at Mugello, setting the pace in FP3 ahead of, you guessed it, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Formula 1 could not have asked for a more perfect day in the beautiful setting of the Tuscan hills with the air
Chase Briscoe was not going to be denied a chance to kiss the bricks Briscoe lost the lead late in Saturday’s Pennzoil 150 only to come back and went three-wide with then-leader A.J. Allmendinger and Austin Cindric with two laps remaining and emerged the leader. Briscoe then quickly began to
Alex Rins admits that the widespread perception the Suzuki MotoGP bike is the easiest on the grid to ride “annoy” him. Last year, Rins scored his first victories aboard the GSX-RR on his way to fourth in the riders’ standings, triumphing at both the Circuit of the Americas and Silverstone.