Honda salvaged Alonso's Singapore engine
Fernando Alonso will arrive in Malaysia without facing the immediate prospect of grid penalties after Honda confirmed his car's engine survived the heavy crash which prematurely ended his Singapore Grand Prix.
Wolff: Singapore lessons crucial for final six races
Toto Wolff says Mercedes has worked hard to understand its initial struggls to find performance in Singapore as the unlikely victory which followed proves the remaining six races could "defy all expectations".
Red Bull confirms Aston Martin as title sponsor
Red Bull confirms it has expanded its innovation partnership with British car manufacturer Aston Martin into a full-fledged title sponsorship, set to start in 2018.
Hamilton: Vettel rivalry has kept me going
Lewis Hamilton admits he considered retiring from Formula One, but says his current battle with Sebastian Vettel has renewed his motivation to stay in the sport.
Getting women revved up about auto mechanics
The founder of Girls Auto Clinic recognized the lack of women in auto repair, so she built a business -- and wrote a book -- to help educate and empower women in the male-dominated field.
Lauda: Vettel gave away valuable points in Singapore
Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda believes Sebastian Vettel took too big a risk at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix and threw away valuable championship points.
Palmer understands why Renault didn't re-sign him
Having accepted his team's decision to sign Carlos Sainz for next year, Jolyon Palmer is viewing the final six races of his tenure with Renault as an audition for a seat at another team in 2018.
Analysing the winners and losers from 2018's engine shuffle
McLaren, Red Bull, Toro Rosso, Renault, Honda and Carlos Sainz were all involved in the engine shake-up for 2018 -- ESPN looks at who got the best and worst ends of the various deals which fell into place.
Williams' Guy Martin experiment a perfect advert for F1
Maurice Hamilton reviews the recent Channel 4 documentary following bike racer Guy Martin's one-race cameo on the Williams pit crew in Belgium and explains why he thinks it painted the sport in exactly the correct light.
Sports car owner-driver Leven dies at 79
Bruce Leven, who owned cars that competed in the IMSA GT series as well as the CART Indy Car series, has died at 79 after a long illness, according to his son, Michael Leven.
Davison banking on Bathurst happy memories
Supercars star Will Davison is hoping happy memories will come flooding back for his embattled Tekno Autosports team as they aim to defend their Bathurst crown.
Report: Organizer of IndyCar race sues Boston
Former Boston Grand Prix CEO John Casey has filed a lawsuit in Suffolk Superior Court seeking $15.5 million in damages from the city of Boston over his group's attempt to hold an IndyCar race in the city, WGBH-FM reports.
State officials mull future of Detroit Grand Prix
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is considering whether to allow the annual Detroit Grand Prix to continue on Belle Isle after its current five-year contract expires after the 2018 race.
Rossi passed fit 21 days after leg-break
Valentino Rossi has been passed fit to take part in Sunday's Aragon MotoGP race three weeks after breaking his leg.
Ferrari prodigy Leclerc handed four FP1s by Sauber
Ferrari junior Charles Leclerc will appear in FP1 at four of the remaining six races of the season for Sauber, the team which appears poised to sign him for 2018.
Wolff still not ready to back Lewis over Bottas
Mercedes is still not willing to throw all its weight behind Lewis Hamilton's title bid despite his big lead in the drivers' championship.
Mexican GP organisers determined to have race as planned
Mexican Grand Prix organisers say there is no concern over the status of this year's race, which they say now has added importance after the devastating earthquake that hit the capital this week.
Ganassi moving to 2-car IndyCar team in 2018
Chip Ganassi Racing, which has fielded four teams in IndyCar over the past several years, will downsize to two cars in the series next season in a decision Ganassi said "was best for our business."
JR Motorsports juggernaut dominates Xfinity playoff conversation
The team led by William Byron and Justin Allgaier was the preseason favorite. In the Truck series, Johnny Sauter and Christopher Bell were expected to shine. Both projections have held up. But can either be challenged?
McLaren: Honda era 'a proper disaster'
McLaren team boss Eric Boullier says the team's lack of competitiveness during its partnership with Honda has been hugely damaging to its credibility.
Indy 500 winner Sato to drive for Rahal in 2018
Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato will return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing next season. Sato spent just one season with Andretti Autosport and became the first Japanese winner of the 500.
Perez donates £125,000 to Mexican earthquake victims
Force India driver Sergio Perez has donated three million pesos (£124,500) to the victims of the earthquake in his homeland Mexico.
Verstappen: Vettel took an unnecessary risk in Singapore
Max Verstappen thinks Sebastian Vettel would have avoided the dramatic crash at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix if he had been thinking about his championship fight with Lewis Hamilton.
Little guys crucial to Supercars: Davison
As Walkinshaw Racing reportedly confirm interest from McLaren's F1 boss in the Supercar team, Bathurst champ Will Davison has issued a warning.
The Pit Stop: Was Alonso on for a podium?
Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough tackle your questions after the Singapore Grand Prix.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.