The remarkable talent of Lando Norris just took the young Carlin driver one step closer to the Formula One grid as he sealed the…
Prior to the Indian grand prix, Infiniti Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel spoke with Nissan’s Coco Masters about his passion for driving, and…
Last year when BMW won all three DTM titles it produced the very unique M3 DTM Champion Edition, complete the Frozen Black metallic paint…
Earlier this week, Valentino Rossi joined Kyle Busch at Charlotte Motor Speedway to sample a NASCAR Nationwide Series stock car. He lapped quickly enough…
His was a remarkable career the first time around. A record seven world championship titles, 91 Grand Prix victories and 68 pole positions. Michael Schumacher may have had a little assistance along the way from team mates, team principals and a few unwilling adversaries, but remove the controversies and there still stands a man who justifiably has become a legend of the sport.
This is such a great story isn’t it? Alex Zanardi, former F1 driver and CART champion, who tragically lost his legs in a crash at Lausitzring in 2001, goes on to become a double Paralympics gold medallist at the London 2012 games.
MG Motor UK will join the BTCC grid this year with its MG6 GT model – built to the Next Generation Touring (NGT) Car regulations by one of the BTCC’s most successful constructors, Triple Eight Race Engineering.
Earlier this evening BMW revealed the new BMW M Performance Accessories liveried M3 DTM to selected members of the public, two days before the car makes an appearance as part of the season-ending DTM event at the neighbouring Hockenheimring.
As tributes continue to flood in for British driver Dan Wheldon, I suspect many of you are only now learning what a great ambassador he was for the sport. I never met Dan, but like many enthusiasts I enjoyed watching his rise to fame in IndyCar racing and the irrepressible spirit he showed when he sniffed the opportunity of a race win.
If you’ve watched any of this season’s F1-supporting Porsche Supercup races, then you’ll have heard of René Rast – the young 24-year old German driver who has dominated Porsche Supercup and Carerra Cup racing for the past 3 years. Winner of the Porsche Carrera World Cup in 2011, Rast was Porsche Supercup champion in 2010, runner-up in 2009 and German Carrera Cup champion in 2008.
Tomorrow evening on Sky Sports 2 you can watch a documentary starring one of the world’s greatest footballers, Cristiano Ronaldo, showing what makes him one of the most talented sportsmen of his generation.
Jean-Philippe Dayraut, France’s three-time Trophée Andros champion, had long dreamt of contesting the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, and his enthusiasm ended up convincing Dacia and Renault Sport Technologies to join him in this extraordinary adventure which called for a hint of folly and bucket-loads of passion!