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Formula 1 Government gives Austria F1 plans green light The Formula 1 season openers in Austria planned for 5 and 12 July have been given the green light by the country's government, according to reports in the country

Formula 1 UK sport resumption offers Silverstone races more hope Silverstone's hopes of hosting Formula 1 races this year have taken a further boost after the UK government declared the resumption of sport behind closed doors from Monday 1 June

WRC How rallying's dream era became a nightmare For many fans, Group B was the golden era of the World Rally Championship, but it came at a high price. DAVID EVANS looked back at the rise and demise of the WRC's most spectacular machines in the 18 August 2016 issue of Autosport magazine

Formula 1 The beginning of the end for Webber at Red Bull When Red Bull found its way out of F1's midfield and joined the hunt for wins, tensions between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel began to flare. The first of those fall-outs came in the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix during a high-speed tangle for the lead...

IndyCar How an Indy legend wrote his name into folklore Fifty years on from the first of Al Unser's record-matching four Indianapolis 500 triumphs, Autosport's IndyCar correspondent DAVID MALSHER-LOPEZ recalls the career of an Indy hero

Formula 1 The race that meant Ferrari could not ignore Sainz In the most recent Formula 1 classic race, a grand prix which only sparked to life late on, the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix gave Carlos Sainz Jr his moment in the sun which he celebrated in the darkness of a post-race podium and led Ferrari to come knocking

Gaming F1 tester, Indy 500 winner complete Virtual LM24 roster One-time IndyCar champion Tony Kanaan and Haas Formula 1 reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi are among the lineup that completes the 50-car Virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans grid.

Vandoorne takes maiden FE Esports win Mercedes driver Vandoorne took his maiden FE Esports win in the latest Race at Home Challenge

Watch: The champions of rallying's craziest decade A new series of free episodes from Motorsport.tv's Duke Classic archive reliving the twists and turns that decided the WRC champions of the 1980s

Reigning WRX champion headlines Esports Invitational Series opener entry list Reigning WRX champion Timmy Hansen headlines Esports Invitational Series opener entry list

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