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Motor sport

V8 Supercars boss James Warburton backs new broadcast deal

Sam Hall, David McCowen, Stephen Ottley V8 Supercars boss James Warburton believes the sport will undergo its biggest transformation since 2007 next year with the arrival of a new broadcasting deal and more prime-time exposure.

Motor Sport

Australia's Will Power second in IndyCar 600

Australian driver Will Power fails to convert early domination before finishing second in IndyCar 600 at Texas Motor Speedway.

Hunter-Reay holds off late charge to win Indy 500

Ryan Hunter-Reay

Ryan Hunter-Reay became the first American in eight years to win the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday and denied hard-charging Brazilian Helio Castroneves a record-equaling fourth victory at the Brickyard.

Motorsport

Roger Penske sending mixed messages over V8 Supercars interest

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Peter McKay While there has been steady speculation that American business mogul and motor racing figure Roger Penske is contemplating entering a team in the V8 Supercars, the wily operator is not rushing to a...

Lowndes won't be braking just yet

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Peter McKay There are some grey flecks in his dark hair and he'll hit 40 next birthday, but don't think Craig Lowndes is planning a quieter life.

Qualifying costs Webber

A qualifying miscalculation and a damaged front wing proved costly for Mark Webber who finished a fraction of a second outside the points in the Spanish Grand Prix.

Ambrose's US ambitions on line at NASCAR

Robert Grant Tasmanian Marcos Ambrose says there will be no second chances if he fails to make an impact at the premier NASCAR Championship in the US next year.

Lewis Hamilton confident he'll win

Tales Azzoni Lewis Hamilton feels he is set to win his first Formula One title despite an average performance during practice sessions for the decisive Brazilian Grand Prix.

Busch climbs to a win, Ambrose third

John Kekis American Kyle Busch has won the Centurion Boats at The Glen becoming the first driver in NASCAR history to win three road course races in one season.

Indy hopes rest with Briscoe

Robert Grant Australia's hopes of winning the world's most famous race, the Indianapolis 500, rest with arguably the country's most talented driver, Ryan Briscoe.