Sam Hall and Stephen Ottley If he wasn’t already regarded as the buy of the 2014 season, Australian formula one ace Daniel Ricciardo should be now.
Roje Adaimy 2:28pm Ford's Mark Winterbottom's annoyed that he lost his V8 Supercars championship lead, but is more motivated than ever to get it back in Sydney this weekend.
Dutch 16-year-old Max Verstappen is set to become Formula One's youngest ever driver after the Toro Rosso team announced on Monday that he will replace Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne in their lineup next year.
Australia’s Will Power fended off Juan Pablo Montoya to win at the Milwaukee Mile on Sunday, giving a huge boost to his bid for a maiden IndyCar title.
Marc Marquez's hopes of a record 11 straight MotoGP wins end as Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa wins in Brno.
Australia's Will Power, closing in on his first IndyCar crown, has earned pole position for the Wisconsin 250.
Jim Peltz NASCAR on Friday implemented a new rule sharply curbing drivers' ability to walk on a race track in the aftermath of the fatal incident involving Tony Stewart.
Ed Jackson As a three-time runner-up, you could forgive Will Power for being nervous going into this year's IndyCar championship run-in but he's feeling confident.
The father of a race car driver fatally struck by NASCAR's Tony Stewart over the weekend lashed out in a newspaper interview at the three-time champion for not seeing his son standing on the track.
US police have found "no criminal behaviour" on race driver Tony Stewart's part but will continue their investigation into the bizarre incident in which he struck and killed an up-and-coming driver.
Mick Doohan believes there's every chance reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will make history and win all 18 races this season.
Roje Adaimy Australian Moto3 star Jack Miller has maintained his championship lead after finishing third in the Indianapolis Grand Prix.
Australia's Marcos Ambrose has narrowly missed out on claiming his third NASCAR victory at Watkins Glen in New York, finishing second behind AJ Allmendinger in Sunday's Spring Cup race.
Dressed in black, the young driver walked out onto the dirt track and defiantly pointed his finger at the sprint car hurtling towards him.Kevin Ward Jnr, a 20-year-old driver whose car was clipped and spun out of a race in New York state, appeared to be blaming a rival driver, NASCAR legend Tony Stewart, for the wreck.
NASCAR champion Tony Stewart pulls out of race after collision kills rival sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr
NASCAR champion Tony Stewart dropped out of a race on Sunday hours after fatally running over a driver at a dirt track in New York state.
Kevin Ward Junior has been struck and killed by three-time NASCAR sprint champion Tony Stewart, who says there are no words to describe his sadness.
NASCAR champion Tony Stewart questioned after collision kills rival sprint car driver Kevin Ward jnr
Three-time NASCAR champion driver Tony Stewart struck and killed a sprint car driver who was walking towards him on the race track during a race in upstate New York on Saturday night.
Stephen Ottley and Sam Hall This weekend’s NASCAR race at Watkins Glen is shaping up as the most important of Marcos Ambrose’s career.
INDIANAPOLIS Spaniard Marc Marquez hopes to keep his perfect start to the MotoGP season intact by winning his 10th straight race at the Indianapolis Grand Prix on Sunday.
Roje Adaimy Jack Miller says he had no time to relax during the Moto3 mid-season break, as the Australian teen continues his charge towards the world championship.
A man suspected of leaking Formula One champion Michael Schumacher's medical files was found hanged in his police cell on Wednesday, Zurich's cantonal prosecutor said in a statement.
Tom Cary You have to give Bernie credit - he always gets his way.
Bernie Ecclestone says he's relieved to be back running Formula One but feels "a bit of an idiot" after settling his bribery trial in Germany.
A German court ruled on Tuesday that Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone can pay a $US100 million settlement to end his bribery trial.
Ralf Isermann Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone's bribery trial has ended with a German court accepting his offer to pay a $108 million settlement.
MARK FOGARTY The V8 Supercars support races at the Australian Grand Prix are set to gain championship status next year and retain the elevated importance during the Albert Park event’s new five-year deal.
GREG BAUM To conclude that Melbourne's grand prix costs taxpayers three times as much as Canada's is to make a false comparison between apples and oranges, Australian organisers say.
Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is heading for a $100 million settlement to halt his bribery trial in Germany, local media reported at the weekend.
He's completed a remarkable comeback in three rounds to regain the V8 Supercars championship lead but Jamie Whincup says nothing has been decided yet.
MARK FOGARTY As Ford’s future in V8 Supercars remains undecided, the boss of the leading Holden team has reopened old wounds by criticising the way Ford ended its support of his squad five years ago.