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Analysis: The tweaks that boosted Mercedes in Singapore

Mercedes arrived in Singapore knowing it would be on the back foot, as relatively speaking the longer wheelbase W08 has struggled at high-downforce, low-speed circuits already this season.

Ricciardo loans winning Red Bull F1 car to Australian museum

Daniel Ricciardo has loaned the RB10 that he took to a maiden Formula 1 race win in Canada three years ago to the newly-expanded Motor Museum of Western Australia.

Alex Bowman on moving to the No. 88: “I’m not Dale...

Alex Bowman is going to take over a very high-profile ride in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next season but he’s determined to make it a smooth transition.

“Awesome” 2018 IndyCar aerokit will improve racing, says Servia

Oriol Servia says the universal aerokit’s ability to allow one IndyCar to closely track another has left he and fellow tester Juan Pablo Montoya impressed, and convinced that the fans will be the biggest beneficiaries. David Malsher reports.

Tony Stewart on uncertain driver lineup for 2018: “We’re working on...

Stewart-Haas Racing still wants Kurt Busch to race the No. 41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Ford in 2018.

At home with Valtteri Bottas: How he’s targeting F1’s jackpot

As calm out of the cockpit as he is within it, this man is a true product of his Finnish hometown - as Anthony Peacock learned on a visit to Nastola for the Valtteri Bottas Duathlon...

Ganassi returns to two IndyCar entries for 2018

Chip Ganassi has confirmed that his team will reduce its number of IndyCar entries from four to two next season.

Mexico City’s F1 track escapes damage during huge earthquake

The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, where the Mexican Grand Prix will take place next month, did not sustain any damage in the massive earthquake that hit the country on Tuesday.

Aprilia says beating KTM is “almost an anomaly”

Aprilia racing manager Romano Albesiano believes the fact his MotoGP outfit has been ahead of rival manufacturer KTM for most of this season is "almost an anomaly".

Sato rejoins Rahal Letterman Lanigan for 2018 IndyCar season

Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato will return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for the 2018 IndyCar season, it has been announced.