In a strange start to the 2016 IndyCar season the pole sitter for the first event of the year was forced to miss the race due to injury.
Weekend Racing Wrap returns with a cracking Formula E race in Buenos Aires. Plus the sons of Schumacher, Newey, Fittipaldi and Piquet have been in action,
Kimi Raikkonen and Jenson Button say they aren’t interested in racing in Formula E despite having watched some rounds of the new championship earlier this year.
Weekend Racing Wrap: One point decides first Formula E title • Pack racing fears after IndyCar crash • Another F3 driver flipped at Norising
Formula E holds the final race of its first season today. What do you think of the series which some believe could one day be a rival to Formula One?
Four drivers will go into the final weekend of the Formula E championship with a shot at the title. Highlights of their latest race plus IndyCar, NASCAR, WTCC and more.
Follow the 2015 Formula E Moscow ePrix on F1 Fanatic Live.
A thrilling Indianapolis 500, crash-strewn Monaco Grand Prix support race and controversy in Formula E feature in this week’s racing wrap.
Follow the 2015 Formula E Berlin ePrix on F1 Fanatic Live. The race starts at 3pm UK time (BST).
In this weekend’s racing wrap, IndyCar and Formula E raced at the hallowed Indianapolis and Monaco tracks, but both races saw major first-lap crashes.
Follow the 2015 Formula E Monaco ePrix on F1 Fanatic Live.
Video highlights in the Weekend Racing Wrap: Formula E cars whispered around the streets of Miami, while NASCAR thundered in the Arizona desert.
Follow round five of the inaugural Formula E championship from the USA – the Miami ePrix – on F1 Fanatic Live. The race starts at 8pm UK time.
Follow round four of the inaugural Formula E championship from Argentina – the Buenos Aires ePrix – on F1 Fanatic Live. The race starts at 7pm UK time.
Follow round three of the inaugural Formula E championship from Uruguay – the Punta de Este ePrix – on F1 Fanatic Live.
Follow the inaugural Formula E race – the 2014 Formula E Beijing ePrix – on F1 Fanatic Live.
Formula E, the FIA’s new all-electric single seater championship which holds its first race in China tomorrow, is ground-breaking in more ways than one.
FIA president Jean Todt says the new all-electric racing series Formula E will help drive technological advances which will be seen in Formula One.
Red Bull test driver Sebastien Buemi was fastest as the FIA’s new all-electric single seater series, Formula E, completed its first test session at Donington Park.
Alain Prost says the FIA’s new Formula E series for electric cars needs to differentiate itself from Formula One to attract an audience.