Like most motorsport, the WRC is on hiatus at the moment, so to get our fill of mud-plugging fun we took the official rally game for a spin. And a roll.
Catch up on video highlights of last weekend’s racing action in Weekend Racing Wrap including the IndyCar, Japanese Super GT, World Rally Championship, NASCAR and more.
The DTM, World Rally and Rallycross championship titles all fell to Red Bull-backed drivers last weekend.
The second Formula E title was decided in bizarre circumstances following a first-lap collision between the two championship contenders.
The lead changed hands twice in the final laps of yesterday’s IndyCar race. Elsewhere the WRC welcomed a new winner and Stoffel Vandoorne made his Super Formula debut.
Heavy rain and a quirk of the rules combined to produce a shock result in the opening V8 Supercars race weekend at the former Australian Grand Prix home.
The World Rally Championship came to a muted conclusion in Britain following the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.
The World Rally Championship was decided with three races to go while Formula Renault 3.5 delivered a wet-weather thriller at the Nurburgring.
Justin Wilson remains in a coma following his crash in yesterday’s Pocono 500. It was the penultimate round of the IndyCar championship, which will conclude on Sunday at Sonoma.
Audi sparked outrage in the DTM as its driver Timo Scheider was thrown out of yesterday’s race after crashing into two of his Mercedes rivals on the orders of his team.
Video highlights of Citroen’s dominant start to the new World Touring Car Championship, Sebastien Ogier’s third consecutive WRC win and NASCAR at Las Vegas.
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