World Rally Championship
Japanese company Suzuki Motor Corporation has pulled out of next year's FIA World Rally Championship citing a drop in sales due to the global financial crisis.
Peter McKay Back in the 1990s, while writing a column for a motoring magazine, this writer occasionally reminded the people running V8 Supercars that two-make racing was badly conceived, appealing as it was to a...
Peter McKay The barely controlled madness and cruelty that is the Dakar Rally starts in Rosario, Argentina on Sunday, with a many and varied entry of 376 motorcycles, quads, cars, buggies, and trucks.
Peter McKay At the finish of this year's Dakar Rally, winning car driver Nani Roma declared emotionally: ''I'm going to revel in this - 10 years to the day after winning on a motorcycle, I've won in a car.
Chris Wilson Canberra’s four-time Australian rally champion Neal Bates has won the prestigious Peter Brock Medal.
Angus Pagett Canberra driver Adrian Coppin is a rally greenhorn, but has declared he is ready to take on the best in the world.
Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen will rejoin the Ferrari stable on a two-year contract for the 2014 season, the team announced on Wednesday.
Mark Fogarty Craig Lowndes is about to set off on a 2000-kilometre drive through the UK and France.
Lee Gaskin Before Saturday, Scott Pedder's most recent drive in a rally car resulted in him smashing into a tree at 160km/h.
Peter McKay The end-of-2012 departure of Michael Schumacher from formula one, preceded a year earlier by Rubens Barrichello, has left Mark Webber with the unfortunate tag of being the oldest driver in an...
Mark Fogarty Rebel racer Kimi Raikkonen makes no apologies for being different, asserting that doing things his way brings out the best in him as a formula one driver.
Mark Fogarty To say that Kimi Raikkonen is an enigma is an understatement.
Welcome to our live blog coverage of the 2012 Australian formula one grand Prix at Albert Park.
There was one slight catch when Adrian Coppin was offered a drive at this week's Australian leg of the World Rally Championship.
When Petter Solberg came to Rally Australia in 2003, the Norwegian superstar swept all before him en route to his first World Rally Championship.
A chronic clutch problem and atrocious weather conditions failed to rob Adrian Coppin of an impressive world rally debut last weekend at Coffs Harbour.
Spain's former world rally champion Carlos Sainz overcame poor visibility to take the overall lead in a congested Dakar Rally after winning the second stage.
Robert Grant The V8 Supercar series is defying the global trend which has seen the demise of Formula One and World Rally Championship teams by luring major backers for 2009.
Robert Grant Australian Chris Atkinson has been left out in the cold with the withdrawal of Subaru from the World Rally Championship leaving the series in turmoil.
Australian world rally championship driver Chris Atkinson will be forced to look for a new manufacturer in 2009 with Subaru pulling out of the sport.