Danica Patrick excited about her way to call it a career
Danica Patrick will be the first to admit things just weren't very fun anymore in NASCAR. She got emotional Friday as she announced plans to run next year's Daytona 500 and Indy 500 and then hang up her helmet. But you could see the excitement too.
Motorcyclist Hegarty dies after crash in Macau
British rider Daniel Hegarty has died after a horrific crash in the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix.
A history of Kiwis in F1
With Brendon Hartley signing a contract to race with Toro Rosso next year, Maurice Hamilton looks back at the history of New Zealanders in F1.
Danica to race Daytona, Indy before retiring
Danica Patrick says she will run in the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 next year and then end her racing career.
The Pit Stop: What would you change about F1?
Gary Anderson joins Jennie Gow to tackle your social media questions in the Pit Stop.
McLaren not concerned by recent Renault issues
Fernando Alonso and McLaren insist Renault's recent reliability issues are not a concern for 2018.
Hamilton: DRS is still a 'Band-Aid' for F1's biggest flaw
Lewis Hamilton made ten overtakes en-route to his fourth-place finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, but he didn't like any of them.
Hartley and Gasly to stay at Toro Rosso in 2018
Toro Rosso has confirmed it will retain its current driver line-up of Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly next year.
Brawn 'a little bit shocked' by responses to 2021 engine plans
Formula One's managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn was not expecting such a negative response to his vision for the future of the sport's engine regulations.
Red Bull releases details of track-focused Valkyrie
Aston Martin and Red Bull have revealed the first details of their track-only version of the Valkyrie hypercar.
IndyCar champ Newgarden tests new Chevys
IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden was among the first to test the new Chevrolets at Texas Motor Speedway on Wednesday. Newgarden believes the sleeker cars with new universal aero kits look more like an open-wheel car.
Late-season run key to Force's Top Fuel title
Brittany Force nixed plans to become a teacher when her father gave her a taste of driving a Top Fuel dragster. Now, she's the first woman in 35 years to claim the season championship in that class.
F1 security to be reviewed by FIA after Brazil incidents
Formula One event security will be a topic of discussion at the next meeting of the FIA's World Motor Sport Council after the concerning incidents which marred the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Radio Ga Ga: Brazilian Grand Prix
A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the Brazilian Grand Prix, which featured an emotional send-off for Felipe Massa and a Ferrari returning to the top of the podium.
Vettel: Returning Ferrari to domination remains the aim
Despite the disappointment of missing out on the championship this year, Sebastian Vettel still believes he and Ferrari can return to the dominance the team enjoyed in the Michael Schumacher era.
Is Interlagos too dangerous for F1?
Jennie Gow and Gary Anderson discusses safety concerns at the Interlagos circuit after multiple incidents of F1 personnel being attacked during the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Why three engines per season won't work.
Gary Anderson explains why he believes limiting teams to three engine changes per season won't work.
Why is it so hard to overtake in F1?
Jennie Gow and Gary Anderson discuss what the FIA need to do in order to promote more overtaking in races.
Who will win the battle for 6th?
As the midfield battle hots up, Jennie Gow and Gary Anderson discuss who they think will get the sought-after 6th place in the Championship.
Horner: Ricciardo is F1's best overtaker
Christian Horner thinks Daniel Ricciardo proved he is the best overtaker on the Formula One grid with his display at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
A reminder of the grim reality F1 left behind
Maurice Hamilton reviews the new film Racing Immortality, which documents the Ferrari team of the late 1950s and serves as a frank reminder of how far Formula One has come in terms of safety in the decades since.
F1 bosses urge Interlagos to address security concerns
Formula One bosses say they cannot be held responsible for the security failings which dogged the Brazilian Grand Prix and have urged Interlagos circuit chiefs to find a solution to the issue in time for the 2018 race.
Why Hamilton thinks F1 will be 'like NASCAR' in 2018
Recently-crowned world champion Lewis Hamilton believes the move to restrict drivers to just three engines for 2018 "sucks", adding Formula One should be centred on flat-out racing.
Pirelli test cancelled after another F1 staff attack in Brazil
A Pirelli tyre test set to take place at the Interlagos circuit this week has been cancelled due to security fears after the Italian manufacturer had staff members targeted by robbers after Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Haas irked by latest stewarding inconsistencies
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has once again called into question the consistency of Formula One's stewards, after Romain Grosjean was penalised in the Brazilian 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.