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Formula 1 has announced the locations for its six sprint races in 2023 as Baku and Spa join the expanded roster for next year.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner thinks Nico Hulkenberg's cameos over the past three seasons show that he "will be straight on it" when he joins the Formula 1 team next season.
Former Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul is set to be announced as Hyundai Motorsport’s new team principal of its World Rally Championship and touring car programmes.
Gerhard Berger has called on the ADAC to keep the DTM's current format and regulations next year following his sale of the championship to the German motorsport promoter.
Red Bull’s ‘Muhammad Ali’ ability to hit back when it appeared to be on the ropes was key to its success in Formula 1 this year, reckons rival Ferrari.
The next-gen IndyCar engine formula, set for introduction in 2024, will now couple hybrid units with 2.2-litre engines rather than increasing capacity to 2.4l.
The Maserati MSG squad has unveiled the livery of its Tipo Folgore car it will race for the first time in Formula E next season.
The FIA believes there is “no doubt” it did the right thing by changing Formula 1’s floor rules for 2023 to combat porpoising.
Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve is in the running for a seat with the Vanwall Le Mans Hypercar squad in next year’s World Endurance Championship.
Glory days for Tyrrell became increasingly infrequent after Jackie Stewart’s retirement. But in the latest instalment of his history of the team for Autosport's sister title GP Racing, MAURICE HAMILTON recalls how Ken Tyrrell’s plucky and defiantly small team stayed bold enough to innovate – springing a surprise with F1’s first six-wheeled car
MotoGP world champion Francesco Bagnaia says he accepts the criticisms he faced across 2022 for mistakes he made on and off-track, but says “without mistakes you can’t grow”.
Max Verstappen says his focus will be on “mainly endurance” racing once his Formula 1 career has finished, competing in something to “have a bit more fun with less pressure”.
AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver Yuki Tsunoda reckons the role of team leader at the Faenza squad will go to whoever is the fastest driver in 2023.
After 13 years on the BTCC support bill, the Ginetta GT4 Supercup was axed as a standalone series at the end of this season. Here, some of its major players reflect on the championship’s key moments
Former DTM boss Gerhard Berger has explained his reasons for selling the series to ADAC and expressed confidence that it has a bright future under its new owner.
McLaren says difficulties it faces in making progress up the Formula 1 order before its new windtunnel arrives are no excuse for it not seeking gains in the short-term.
Surname pressure is something many have had to deal with in their motorsport careers. And while Luca Marini doesn’t have that, his familial relation and the team he rides for in MotoGP have cast a brighter spotlight on his progress. But, as he has shown in 2022 – and as he reveals to Autosport – Marini is so much more than just the brother of a legend
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has revealed two major challenges he faced with a court case and a $20 million financial black hole after taking the job.
The Australian Supercars championship will randomly allocate V8 motors to teams during the Gen3 era that gets underway next year.
Romain Grosjean will race Lamborghini’s new LMDh prototype from 2024.
Four-time Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves says he hasn’t given up on his dream of racing in NASCAR’s Daytona 500 – but is still waiting to hear if he’ll get a shot next year.
Team Penske IndyCar drivers Josef Newgarden and Scott McLaughlin will make their IMSA SportsCar Championship debuts in the Daytona 24 Hours next month with LMP2 squad Tower Motorsports.
The World Rally Championship welcomed in a new hybrid era in 2022, presenting an unknown challenge to the planet's top rally aces. New records were broken, as Toyota's leading charge became the youngest-ever title-winner, while familiar returning faces mixed it up with the new generation. Autosport picks out the 10 best performers from the year
Ferrari thinks that theories its tyre degradation got worse over the Formula 1 season were a ‘misconception’.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says double Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso was “very impressive” in his recent first test for the team in Abu Dhabi last month.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has hinted that engine partner Ferrari has made major progress with its 2023 Formula 1 power unit, which he has cheekily praised as ‘the bomb.’
Cadillac driver Sebastien Bourdais believes reliability, and not outright pace, could be the deciding factor in the opening round of the IMSA SportsCar Championship at Daytona next month.
Toyota #8 trio Brendon Hartley, Sebastien Buemi and Ryo Hirakawa outscored their rivals in the last season before the World Endurance Championship’s top class gets ultra-competitive. Here's how their Hypercar battle with Alpine and the remaining class tussles played out in LMP2, GTE Pro and GTE Am
Patrick Tambay, perhaps best known as the man who replaced Gilles Villeneuve at Scuderia Ferrari in 1982, has died at the age of 73.
Leading GT World Challenge Europe entrant Auto Sport Promotion is actively preparing to enter the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2024 when GT3 cars are eligible for competition.
While it launched the F1 career of a future world champion, STUART CODLING recalls that the BT60 was also the final nail in the coffin of a once-great marque 30 years ago. Here is its story
RNF Racing boss Razlan Razali says Moto2-bound Darryn Binder “was a victim” of the team’s split with Yamaha for the 2023 MotoGP season.
Middle Eastern nations have the capacity to host more Formula E races in addition to the Diriyah E-Prix, according to the Saudi Arabian race's promoter Carlo Boutagy.
Otmar Szafnauer believes Alpine was "one of the best" teams in the Formula 1 development race this year, bouncing back from a tricky pre-season to finish the year fourth.
Christian Horner believes Red Bull “firmly had a target” on its back in Formula 1 this year through the various off-track political battles that faced the team.
GB3 champion Luke Browning has been crowned the winner of the 2022 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award.
Double Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen has won Autosport’s 2022 International Racing Driver of the Year Award presented by Pirelli, following a fan vote.
Retiring four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has been honoured at the 2022 Autosport Awards with the presentation of a Gregor Grant Award.
Michael Preston has won the 2022 Autosport Williams Engineer of the Future Award.
George Russell’s first Formula 1 victory has won the 2022 Moment of the Year Award presented by Bang & Olufsen.
Mercedes Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton is the winner of Autosport’s 2022 British Competition Driver of the Year Award.
The Red Bull RB18 Formula 1 contender has won Autosport’s 2022 International Racing Car of the Year Award presented by Blink Experience.
American motorsport legend Roger Penske is the 2022 winner of Autosport’s Gold Medal.
Team Redline has won the Autosport Esports Team of the Year Award presented by Motorsport Games.
James Baldwin is the winner of Autosport’s 2022 Esports Driver of the Year Award presented by Motorsport Games.
Tom Ingram is the winner of Autosport’s 2022 National Driver of the Year Award.
World Rally champion Kalle Rovanpera is the winner of Autosport’s 2022 International Rally Driver of the Year Award.
The Toyota GR Yaris Rally1 has won Autosport’s 2022 Rally Car of the Year Award.
Two-time Formula 1 race winner and Le Mans 24 Hours driver Patrick Tambay has died at the age of 73.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem thinks that Red Bull’s cost cap sanction was dealt with fairly this year, despite rival teams calling for "blood".
It was a Porsche Coanda 1-2 at the 500 Miles of Sebring, with Max Verstappen and James Baldwin fighting for third. Team Redline beat an inspired SIM Maranello for its second GTE win of the season.
A missing boot is the secret behind the wild driverless burnout that Shane van Gisbergen orchestrated at the end of the Australian Supercars season in Adelaide.
Toto Wolff says Formula 1 cannot “hide away” from tackling social issues in some of the Middle Eastern countries where it races, believing sport can help bring positive change.
Broc Feeney ended Holden's time in Supercars with a maiden race win at Adelaide, while a thrilling charge from Shane van Gisbergen was undone by a penalty.