Month: July 2019

IMSA’s flagship series competes at 12 of North America’s leading sports car venues, including Daytona, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta, Long Beach and Road America. Competition takes place in three different classes: Prototype, GT Le Mans and GT Daytona, with action in each of the three groups typically going all the way to the checkered
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A wet and wild Hockenheim produced a dramatic race for the ages… For more F1® videos, visit http://www.Formula1.com Like F1® on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Formula1/ Follow F1® on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/F1 Follow F1® on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/F1 #F1 #GermanGP
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7:48 AM ET A Renault Team truck has crashed on the way to next weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix. The truck came off the M1 motorway near the city of Gyor Monday morning, less than 24 hours after the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim. Renault said the driver of the truck had not suffered any serious
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Craig Breen could get further outings with the Hyundai World Rally Championship team in Turkey and Britain, Autosport understands. The former Citroen driver has been called up by Hyundai for this week’s Rally Finland, which will be his first WRC start since the end of 2018. Sources in the team have admitted Breen’s deal could
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6:26 AM ET Laurence Edmonson A previously unheard radio message during the German Grand Prix has revealed Lewis Hamilton wanted to retire his car after spinning at Turn 1 late in the race. Hamilton’s car was carrying damage after a collision with the barrier on lap 29 — the same incident that cost him the
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8:23 AM ET A thrilling German Grand Prix saw Red Bull take their second win of the season, Ferrari finish second with the fastest car and Toro Rosso make a surprise trip to the podium. From Mercedes’ fancy dress to Max Verstappen’s victory, ESPN’s F1 writers Kate Walker and Maurice Hamilton join editors Laurence Edmondson
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Tooned continues! 2013 marks McLaren’s 50 anniversary, and series two takes a look back at the team’s long and successful history. The third installment moves the story along a decade to the early 1970’s – the era of our first World Championship winner – Emerson Fittipladi. The man, the mouse… or the wolf? The old
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The 2019 season will see SRO Motorsports Group unite the sprint-format championships formerly known as the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup, Blancpain GT Series Asia and Pirelli World Challenge GT to form a new global initiative: the Blancpain GT World Challenge.   This exciting international endeavour will present GT3 manufacturers, partners and teams with the
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The R-Motorsport Aston Martin team will contest November’s Kyalami round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge ahead of a potential full-series entry in 2020. The Swiss DTM entrant has revealed that it will field two Aston Martin Vantage GT3s in the IGTC finale in South Africa on November 23 after the climax of its twin programmes
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Hyundai Motorsport director Andrea Adamo says his World Rally Championship team has done all it can to try to improve its Rally Finland form for this week’s event. WRC manufacturers’ championship leader Hyundai arrives at the Jyvaskyla-based event with significant upgrades to its i20 Coupe WRC. The team would not be drawn on the specifics
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6:50 AM ET The Mercedes F1 team has appointed a new non-executive chairman, a position previously held by Niki Lauda who died in May, and a new non-executive director to replace Ola Kallenius, who became chairman of parent company Daimler earlier this year. Markus Schafer, head of Damiler’s Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development, has
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9:43 AM ET HOCKENHEIM, Germany — Sebastian Vettel is confident his thrilling drive from last to second position at the German Grand Prix can help trigger a turnaround in Ferrari‘s season. Ferrari had looked set for another bitter disappointment on Saturday when Vettel’s engine hit trouble ahead of qualifying, before teammate Charles Leclerc was ruled
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