Scott Dixon doesn't regret not pursuing F1 | F1 News by PlanetF1

Six-time IndyCar World Champion Scott Dixon says he doesn’t regret the fact that he never made the transition into Formula 1. While Lewis Hamilton is rapidly catching and surpassing many of the records set by Michael Schumacher in Formula 1, Dixon is IndyCar’s equivalent. The New Zealander secured his sixth

World Superbike: Scott Redding ‘just surviving’ after crash

Scott Redding admits he feels he and the factory Ducati World Superbike team are “just surviving, not swimming” after conceding considerable ground in the title race last weekend at Aragon. Off the back of a subdued first Aragon round in which he conceded the lead of the championship to Jonathan

World Superbike: Scott Redding takes maiden victory at Jerez

Scott Redding converted his maiden World Superbike pole into his first series win after beating Jonathan Rea in the first feature race at Jerez. The two-time MotoGP podium finisher was promoted to the works Ducati squad in WSBK this year having won the British Superbike title last season for the

Why Scott McLaughlin must become an IndyCar driver

Scott McLaughlin, two-time and current Supercars champion, should have been making his NTT IndyCar Series debut for Team Penske at the GP of Indianapolis, but the Covid-19 pandemic forced a rescheduling that has put the brakes on his career switch. But David Malsher-Lopez explains why the New Zealander deserves this

Scott Speed breaks his back in rallycross landing

Former Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Scott Speed has broken his back following a heavy jump landing in a standalone rallycross event in America. Competing in the second ever Nitro Rallycross event at Utah Motorsports Park, part of the Nitro World Games conceived by extreme sports star Travis Pastrana, 36-year