Ricciardo deserved a penalty: Raikkonen

Daniel Ricciardo.

8:44 AM   One of Daniel Ricciardo's Formula One opponents believes the Australian should have been penalised for the cheeky move he made to grab fifth place in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Aussie just edged out at Indy 500

Juan Pablo Montoya, left, passes Will Power on his way to winning the Indy 500.

8:00 AM   Australian Will Power says it "sucks" to finish second as he was narrowly edged out by teammate Juan Pablo Montoya on Sunday in America's most famous motor race, the Indianapolis 500.

Rosberg completes Monaco hat-trick

German driver Nico Rosberg celebrates with his trophy on the podium after winning  the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.

Nico Rosberg has become the first driver since the late Ayrton Senna to win three successive Monaco Grands Prix.

Hamilton takes his first Monaco F1 pole

Lewis Hamilton celebrates taking pole while teammate Nico Rosberg watches on.

Lewis Hamilton took the first Monaco Grand Prix pole position of his career on Saturday as Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg blew his own hopes of a qualifying hat-trick.

Indianapolis: Proud history of speed

The crew of Helio Castroneves, of Brazil, performs his winning pit stop during the pit stop competition on he final day of practice before the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Friday, May 22, 2015.

Mark Fogarty   There was a time when record speeds were, if not routine, then at least regular at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Powers leads the Aussies at the Indy 500

 Will Power

Mark Fogarty   Three Australians are among the 33-car field for the 99th Indianapolis 500, which will be run early Monday morning AEST.

Radical Formula One revamp revealed

Finding the right formula: Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo. Is it time for rule changes in Formula One?

Stephen Ottley   Teams are at odds over the changes that threaten to escalate costs for cash-strapped teams. Plus the Aussies gunning of US Indycar glory.

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Bianchi still fighting for his life

Seriously hurt: Jules Bianchi

Alan Baldwin   Jules Bianchi is still fighting for his life and his family have not given up hope of a miracle, his father Philippe said as Formula One returned to the scene of the stricken French driver's greatest moment on Thursday.

The teen sensation stealing the show on Monaco debut

Dressed for success:  teen sensation Max Verstappen.

Alan Baldwin   Too young to rent a car, or drive unaccompanied on public roads, 17-year-old Formula One prodigy Max Verstappen had his bosses purring with a sensational performance in practice for the Monaco Grand Prix on Thursday.

Ecclestone faces $2 billion tax bill

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is facing a massive tax bill claim from the UK.

Formula one chief Bernie Ecclestone has gone to court to challenge the legality of assessments that have led to a UK tax claim against him of more than £1 billion ($1.98 billion).

Rosberg seeking rare Monaco hat-trick

Nico Rosberg.

Last-start victor Nico Rosberg is seeking to complete a rare hat-trick of successive Formula One wins in Monaco this weekend.

Red Bull 'not strong anywhere': Ricciardo

 Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull is "not strong anywhere" at the moment on a formula one track, having lost its advantage around high-speed corners.

Hamilton to seal $58million-a-year deal with Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton wins the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Daniel Johnson   The announcement Formula One has been waiting for - Lewis Hamilton's new deal with Mercedes - is planned for this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, ending months of speculation.

Driver in hospital after IndyCar crash

James Hinchcliffe hits the wall.

IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe has been taken to hospital for surgery after crashing his car into the wall - the fourth bad wreck at practice for the Indianapolis 500 in the past week.

Lorenzo leads Yamaha one-two in France

Jorge Lorenzo powers ahead of the pack during the French MotoGP on Sunday.

Spain's Jorge Lorenzo celebrated his second successive MotoGP win after leading teammate and championship leader Valentino Rossi in a Yamaha one-two at Sunday's French Grand Prix.

Winterbottom still in front but more twists to come

Mark Winterbottom on the podium after his win on Sunday.

Mark Fogarty   Mark Winterbottom has been here before, leading the V8 Supercars championship after dominating the early events, so he's not getting too excited about his latest fast start to the season.

Supercars to limit title to 26 entries

Chaz Mostert wins race one.

Mark Fogarty   V8 Supercars has decided to cap the number of entries available for the championship to ensure the future financial health of the existing teams.

Mosert makes most of fresh tyres at Winton

Tyre debate: Tyre allocation has become a hot topic in V8 Supercars circles.

Mark Fogarty   If giving each driver an extra set of fresh tyres makes practice a better form guide to race prospects, then Bathurst champion Chaz Mostert is the man to beat in this weekend's V8 Supercars Winton SuperSprint.

Molly and mum, a Taylor-made rallying combo

Coral and Molly Taylor, mother and daughter who will compete in this weekend's National Capital Rally.

Chris Wilson   Hall of Fame co-driver Coral Taylor says she's far more relaxed sitting in the passenger seat of a full-speed rally car than thinking about daughter Molly behind the wheel.

Vale Frank Matich, one of Australia's finest racing drivers

Gold star: Frank Matich after winning the Victorian heat of the Gold Star Australian Driver's Championship at Sandown in 1972.

Stephen Ottley   Australia's lost one of its most talented, but often overlooked, racing drivers this week.