Wickens' crash adds to tough stretch for SPM
Rookie Robert Wickens has crashed during practice for the Indianapolis 500, another big blow to the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team.
McLaren gets 'significant' £200 million investment
A Canadian businessman, who is father of Force India's test driver Nicholas Latifi, has become a shareholder in the McLaren Group.
Red Bull, Ferrari favourites in Monaco - Wolff
Toto Wolff expects Mercedes to drop to third in the pecking order for the Monaco Grand Prix, where his team struggled for pace in 2017.
Bottas: I've eliminated the inconsistency of 2017
Results might not have gone Valtteri Bottas' way so far in 2018, but the Finn believes he is performing at a far higher level than he was last season.
Rosberg plays down future Formula E role
Former world champion Nico Rosberg says it is "unlikely" he will join Formula E as a team principal in future.
Ricciardo's exhibition caravan crash
F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo destroyed a caravan in a Red Bull promotional stunt in the Netherlands.
NHRA Heartland Nationals postponed to Monday
Courtney Force reached the Funny Car semifinals Sunday in the Menards NHRA Heartland Nationals before dewy conditions following rain postponed the eliminations at Heartland Motorsports Park. Force will face J.R. Todd when the action resumes Monday.
Carpenter takes top starting spot at Indy 500
Ed Carpenter earned the No. 1 starting spot for the third time on his home track with a four-lap average of 229.618 mph. He was the only driver to top 230 on any lap and the only one to top 229 on all four.
Marquez wins in France, extends MotoGP lead
Marc Marquez powered his Honda to victory in the French MotoGP for only the second time on the Le Mans circuit, where he retired last year and finished a lowly 13th in 2016.
Field won't be expanded for Hinchcliffe, Mann
IndyCar president of competition and operations Jay Frye tells The Associated Press that only 33 cars will start in the Indianapolis 500 and that the field won't be expanded for James Hinchclffe and Pippa Mann.
Red Bull: No 2019 engine decision until Canada
Christian Horner says the progress of Renault and Honda's respective engine upgrades in the lead up to June's Canadian Grand Prix will dictate the Red Bull's decision on 2019.
Danica to run for 500 pole; Hinchcliffe misses field
While Danica Patrick locked herself into the field for the Indy 500 with a four-lap qualifying average of 227.610 mph on Saturday, former pole winner James Hinchcliffe was bumped from the field. Pippa Mann also failed to qualify.
Millican paces Top Fuel qualifying at Heartland
Clay Millican led the way in Top Fuel qualifying Saturday at the Heartland Nationals, his fourth No. 1 qualifier of the season. Courtney Force led the Funny Car field, while Deric Kramer was the fastest in Pro Stock.
Hinchcliffe on qualifying failure: 'This is our fault'
James Hinchcliffe, who won the pole for the Indianapolis 500 in 2016, failed to qualify for this year's race on Saturday. Pippa Mann also failed to qualify as 35 drivers attempted to make the 33-car field.
Rosberg takes Formula E car to streets of Berlin
2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg turned heads as he tested the new Formula E Season 5 Gen2 car around the streets of Berlin.
A warning for Miami from F1's previous U.S. adventures
Maurice Hamilton looks back at the troubled history of Formula One races at temporary circuits in America and Miami would be wise to avoid similar mistakes if its own race ends up on the 2019 calendar.
Return of bumping could give qualifying boost
Roger Penske still bemoans the memories from the 1995 Indianapolis 500. Bump Day is back, and the stakes are high.
Courtney Force tops Topeka Funny Car qualifying
Courtney Force topped Funny Car qualifying Friday at Heartland Motorsports Park as she's looking for her fifth No. 1 qualifier of the year. Steve Torrence led in Top Fuel, and Erica Enders was the fastest in Pro Stock.
NASCAR, IndyCar using new concussion tests
NASCAR announced Friday that it will now use the King-Devick test to screen for concussions when drivers are brought to the infield medical center. Earlier this week, IndyCar announced it had started using the I-Portal Portable Assessment System.
Ferrucci to make IndyCar debut in Detroit
Formula One development driver Santino Ferrucci will make his IndyCar debut next month at Detroit as the replacement driver for Pietro Fittipaldi.
Andretti paces practice; Davison uninjured in crash
Marco Andretti was fastest in Indy 500 practice for the second time in three days on Friday, as teams prepared for Saturday's qualifying. James Davison was cleared to drive after a hard crash but isn't sure how his car will perform after major repairs.
Kelly wins first Supercars race since 2011
Nissan's Rick Kelly has snatched his first Supercars win since 2011, pouncing on a Scott McLaughlin mistake at a safety-car restart at Winton in Victoria.
Grosjean resurgence just around the corner, says Haas
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has no doubts Romain Grosjean can rectify his current run of poor form and reproduce the performances which helped Haas the team to strong finishes in 2016 and 2017.
Tech Corner: Why Halo-mounted mirrors will return
Though Ferrari's Halo-mounted mirrors have been banned, Craig Scarborough explains why an allowable version won't be far away.
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.