IndyCar star Bourdais to co-drive with Holdsworth

IndyCar star Bourdais to co-drive with Holdsworth

Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais will make his Bathurst debut later this year when he joins Lee Holdworth and Charlie Schwerkolt Racing for the Pirtek Enduro Cup Read More

V8 Utes signs co-naming rights partner

V8 Utes signs co-naming rights partner

East Coast Bullbars will take up co-naming rights sponsorship of the Australian V8 Ute Racing Series for the next three years Read More

Craft-Bamboo confirms Aussie for GT Asia

Craft-Bamboo confirms Aussie for GT Asia

Australian Jonathan Venter has secured a full-time seat with the Craft-Bamboo Racing squad for the GT Asia Series Read More

FEATURE: Heritage Touring Cars – Mike Imrie XD

FEATURE: Heritage Touring Cars – Mike Imrie XD

The latest Heritage Touring Car feature takes a closer look at one of the more obscure Group C race cars from the early 1980s Read More

Ecclestone hints at uncertain Italian GP future

Ecclestone hints at uncertain Italian GP future

Formula 1 commercial boss Bernie Ecclestone has thrown fresh doubt on the future of the Italian Grand Prix Read More

Robert Kubica pulls out of Rally Argentina

Robert Kubica pulls out of Rally Argentina

Polish ex-Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica has been forced into an 11th hour withdrawal from this weekend’s Rally Argentina Read More

Jeromy Moore enjoying WEC freedoms at Porsche

Jeromy Moore enjoying WEC freedoms at Porsche

Former Red Bull Racing Australia engineer Jeromy Moore says working in the FIA World Endurance Championship is a real “eye-opener” after more than a decade in V8 Supercars Read More

VIDEO: Prodrive’s Navy alliance

VIDEO: Prodrive’s Navy alliance

With ANZAC Day this weekend, Prodrive Racing Australia has recognised its alliance with the Royal Australian Navy and its three team members Read More

POLL: Will Nissan win a V8 race in 2015?

POLL: Will Nissan win a V8 race in 2015?

Nissan Motorsport continues to chase a second V8 Supercars Championship race win, nearing two years since its controversial breakthrough success Read More

CAFE CHAT: Tony Quinn on Race to the Sky

CAFE CHAT: Tony Quinn on Race to the Sky

New Zealand’s treasured gravel hillclimb, the Repco Race to the Sky is back for good according to new custodian Tony Quinn Read More

GRM looks to Volvo S60 for Dunlop Series

GRM looks to Volvo S60 for Dunlop Series

Garry Rogers Motorsport appears destined to become the first team to campaign a non-Ford or Holden in the Dunlop Series next season Read More

Matt Kenseth wins rainy Bristol marathon

Matt Kenseth wins rainy Bristol marathon

Matt Kenseth has come through to score his first win of the season in a rain-marred Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway Read More

Engine limit dispensation set to help Ricciardo

Engine limit dispensation set to help Ricciardo

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says that dispensation for drivers to run a fifth power unit without penalty this season has been unanimously agreed by the teams Read More

DJR Team Penske confirms Ipswich test plan

DJR Team Penske confirms Ipswich test plan

Marcos Ambrose and DJR Team Penske will be on track at Queensland Raceway later this week, making early use of their one and only private test day for the season Read More

Scott Dixon surges to maiden Long Beach victory

Scott Dixon surges to maiden Long Beach victory

Kiwi superstar Scott Dixon scorched to his first win in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in round three of the IndyCar Series Read More

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