More than 75 races around the world have been cancelled or postponed because of the Coronavirus. Here’s an updated list of the championships affected.
Fernando Alonso has just won his second major race in seven months and is seeking more motorsport challenges. Where should he race next?
Catch up on the highlights of the last two weekends of racing action in Weekend Racing Wrap including IndyCar, Formula Three and an astonishing DTM crash.
In the Weekend Racing Wrap: Snow hits World Rallycross round in Portugal, ‘the big one’ in NASCAR Talladega and more of the weekend’s racing video highlights.
A sensational Macau Grand Prix saw the two leaders change places and then crash at the final corner, letting an F1 junior team driver in to win.
The only independent World Rally team enjoyed a double championship triumph at their home event. The Eurocup title was also settled after a huge crash.
Damp conditions made Mount Panorama even more treacherous than usual and produced a thrilling Bathurst 1000. Watch last weekend’s racing highlights.
McLaren and Red Bull junior development drivers Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly enjoyed successful weekends in their respective championships.
Formula E’s title-deciding double header provided a case study in how to throw a championship away and featured a bizarre post-race tirade.
A close scrap in the Rally of Poland was decide when one of the contenders crashed out. Last weekend’s DTM and Euroformula races were also marked by unusual incidents.
One BTCC driver is in intensive care and two others required hospital treatment after a twelve car crash during qualifying for the BTCC round at Croft.
Formula Three’s prestigious Pau Grand Prix was decided when a suspension failure sent the race leader into the barriers.
The Schumacher name returned to the podium in Formula Three last weekend while the World Rally Championship round ended in drama.
Honda only took two IndyCar wins in the whole of 2016 but have won the first two rounds of this season. Catch up on last weekend’s racing highlights.
Winning from the back, crashing at the front and fighting in the pits – last weekend’s racing was not short of action.
The FIA GT World Cup in Macau was won in bizarre circumstances last weekend. Also Audi and Volkswagen departed two top series, and the NASCAR crown was won.
Why are car makers choosing Le Mans, DTM and other championships over F1?
Ahead of this weekend’s round in Greece, guest writer Greg Morland encourages you to watch the WRC.
Kimi Raikkonen entered his first round of the World Rally Championship over the weekend and did rather well. Sebiastian Vettel was at the same Finnish round and has been talking about how he’d like to give it a try. Robert Kubica has gone even further – buying his own rally car. I think it’s great … Continue reading Why are more F1 drivers going rallying?
I wouldn’t complain if the F1 calendar grew to NASCAR-like proportions with 30-plus races per year. But given the expense of moving the cars from country to country, it doesn’t seem very likely. But why shouldn’t F1 drivers participate in more races besides Formula 1? In the past week both Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica … Continue reading If Hamilton and Kubica want to race elsewhere they should be allowed to