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Daytona 24H: Vautier takes pole for qualifying race

JDC-Miller's Tristan Vautier scored pole in a curtailed qualifying session for tomorrow’s Daytona 24 Hours qualifying race, as fellow Cadillac driver Renger van der Zande crashed trying to beat him.

Evans “pretty frustrated” to lose WRC Monte Carlo podium shot to mistake

Elfyn Evans labelled a mistake that cost him a World Rally Championship podium chance “pretty frustrating” as hopes of a decent points haul evaporated in Monte Carlo.

Tanak retires from Monte Carlo as Hyundai’s “tough” WRC Rally1 debut worsens

Ott Tanak won’t return to the Monte Carlo Rally to fight for World Rally Championship power stage points on Sunday as Hyundai’s “tough" Rally1 debut continues.

Ogier "cannot relax" in intense WRC Monte Carlo battle with Loeb

Sebastien Ogier says he cannot afford to relax despite a healthy lead over fellow World Rally Championship legend Sebastien Loeb heading into the final day at Monte Carlo.

Fuoco added to Ferrari 2022 WEC GTE Pro line-up, Cassidy in GTE Am

Ferrari has added Antonio Fuoco to its GTE Pro driver line-up for the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship season, as Nick Cassidy joins the GTE Am set-up.

Daytona 24H: Albuquerque, Blomqvist and Taylor headline opening practice sessions

Wayne Taylor Racing’s Acura ARX-05 emerged top in third practice for the Daytona 24 Hours thanks to Filipe Albuquerque, in a session interrupted by four red flags and drizzle.

Calderon hopes Super Formula experience will aid IndyCar learning

IndyCar newcomer Tatiana Calderon is hoping her experience from Super Formula, F2 and sportscars will prove useful ahead of her first campaign at AJ Foyt Racing.

WRC Monte Carlo: Ogier pulls clear of Loeb heading into final day

Toyota’s Sebastien Ogier has pulled clear of World Rally Championship rival Sebastien Loeb after a dominant display in an eventful Saturday at the Monte Carlo Rally.

The outrageous mountain-climbers that became Pikes Peak legends Plus

The outrageous mountain-climbers that became Pikes Peak legends

From Bigfoot to Le Mans-influenced racers, via Group B-derived leviathans, Pikes Peak has allowed some terrifying spectres to be unleashed. The latest in our Monsters of Motorsport series looks at the most outlandish machines to prove their worth on the famous hillclimb

Solberg: Fumes, concentration lapse caused WRC Monte Carlo off

Hyundai World Rally Championship driver Oliver Solberg believes fumes coming into the cockpit contributed to him losing concentration and running off the road at the Monte Carlo Rally.

WRC Monte Carlo: Ogier back ahead of Loeb as drama strikes Evans

Toyota’s Sebastien Ogier reclaimed the Monte Carlo Rally lead from M-Sport’s Sebastien Loeb after a dramatic morning that saw Elfyn Evans, Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak hit trouble.

The flashing light tech helping F1 drivers get in the zone

Formula 1 drivers know the importance of their pre-race rituals as they bid to get themselves ‘in the zone’ for the battles that lay ahead.

The secrecy surrounding a MotoGP legend’s career-defining move

Valentino Rossi was at the height of his powers with Honda in 2003, and few would have tipped him to join a Yamaha outfit that was verging on disarray. That he did so owed much to personable team manager Davide Brivio and his effective efforts at courtship, resulting in the most successful chapter of Rossi's glittering MotoGP career

Mercedes DTM driver roster set for major shake-up in 2022

Mercedes is set to contest the 2022 DTM season with a rejigged driver line-up, with reigning champion Maximilian Gotz switching teams and Luca Stolz and Maro Engel being brought on board full-time.

Changes in F1 “fantastic” and create more opportunities - Ocon

Alpine driver Esteban Ocon says he is fully behind the changes that Formula 1 has been making to make the show more attractive, saying "it's fantastic" how F1 is evolving.

Greensmith now able to “prove” his speed with new WRC Puma package

Gus Greensmith says M-Sport’s new Ford Puma has given him a package to show what he is capable of after claiming a maiden World Rally Championship stage win.

Hyundai working to fix 'scary' Rally1 WRC car after Monte Carlo issues

Hyundai will work on resolving a “scary” issue with its World Rally Championship contender that resulted in Oliver Solberg suffering dizziness and chest pains behind the wheel.

Loeb surprised to be leading Monte Carlo Rally on WRC return

Sebastien Loeb says he is surprised to be leading the Monte Carlo Rally following a successful return to the World Rally Championship with M-Sport Ford.

Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Award finalist Foster makes Indy Pro 2000 switch

Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award finalist Louis Foster will move into the Indy Pro 2000 championship for 2021 competing for the Exclusive Autosport team.

Red Bull reaches agreement with Mercedes over F1 engine chief

Red Bull has agreed a deal with Mercedes for the new technical director of its powertrains division, Ben Hodgkinson, to join later this year.

Alfa Romeo underestimated impact of no F1 2021 upgrades

Alfa Romeo team boss Fred Vasseur has admitted he underestimated the downside of the early abandoning of development on its 2021 Formula 1 car.

WRC Monte Carlo: Loeb leads as Ogier fights back in the afternoon

Sebastien Loeb continues to lead the Monte Carlo Rally although Toyota’s Sebastien Ogier issued a late fightback as the World Rally Championship greats continued their tussle.

Dixon has "more fight" after losing IndyCar title in 2021

Six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon says his determination to reclaim the IndyCar title has been spurred on by his difficult 2021 campaign.

2019 British F4 winner Maloney joins F3 champions Trident

2019 British Formula 4 champion Zane Maloney will move into the FIA Formula 3 championship for 2022, joining reigning teams' champion Trident for his maiden campaign.

ART completes 2022 F2 line-up by signing Mercedes F1 junior Vesti

Mercedes Formula 1 junior Frederik Vesti will step up to Formula 2 for 2022, completing ART's line-up as the Dane partners second-year driver Theo Pourchaire.

Friday favourite: The American Spa that became a happy hunting ground

Its four miles of sprawling asphalt is one of the fastest and most challenging layouts in the United States. In the latest edition of Autosport's Friday favourite series, Road America circuit specialist in Indycars and sportscars Bruno Junqueira explains why the track is particularly special to him

Kirkwood impressed after first IndyCar test with Foyt

IndyCar rookie Kyle Kirkwood was left highly encouraged after completing his first test day with AJ Foyt Racing and with Chevrolet.

Unpacking the technical changes behind F1 2022's rules shakeup Plus

Unpacking the technical changes behind F1 2022's rules shakeup

Formula 1 cars will look very different this year as the long-awaited fresh rules finally arrive with the stated aim of improving its quality of racing. Autosport breaks down what the return of 'ground effect' aerodynamics - and a flurry of other changes besides - means for the teams, and what fans can expect

How "lazy bastard" Tsunoda banished his F1 rookie problems

It's quite rare to find a Formula 1 driver who is as self-deprecating as Yuki Tsunoda.

Channel 4 signs exclusive multi-year broadcast deal with Formula E

Channel 4 has gained the exclusive broadcast rights to Formula E in the United Kingdom on a multi-year deal, starting from the 2021-22 season.

WRC Monte Carlo: Loeb leapfrogs Ogier to lead after Friday morning loop hat-trick

Sebastien Loeb leads the Monte Carlo Rally after completing a clean sweep of morning loop stages, as Sebastien Ogier dropped to third behind Toyota team-mate Elfyn Evans.

Oscar Piastri wins second consecutive Sir Jack Brabham award

Oscar Piastri has been named the Sir Jack Brabham Award winner for a second consecutive year.

Williams parts company with F1 engineering boss Carter

The Williams Formula 1 team has parted company with engineering director Adam Carter as the management reshuffle continues under Jost Capito.

Fourmaux's Monte Carlo hopes dashed after frightening roll in Stage 3

Adrien Fourmaux's Monte Carlo Rally appears to be over following a frightening incident on the third stage of the World Rally Championship season opener.

COTA undertaking track resurfacing to fix bumps after F1 and MotoGP complaints

The Circuit of the Americas is undergoing further resurfacing work as it attempts to finally address the bumps that have beset it in recent years.

Albert Park modification works complete ahead of F1 return
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Albert Park modification works complete ahead of F1 return

Modifications to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix layout at Melbourne's Albert Park have been completed ahead of this year's race.

Australian GP won't have Djokovic-style vaccine drama

The Australian Grand Prix is well placed to avoid a Novak Djokovic/Australian Open-style border stand-off, says event boss Andrew Westacott.

Jack Miller stuck in Australia with COVID-19, Ducati delays MotoGP team launch

Jack Miller has been stranded in Australia due to a positive COVID-19 test, which has forced Ducati to move its 2022 launch date.

WRC Monte Carlo: Ogier leads Loeb as M-Sport Fords shine

Toyota driver Sebastien Ogier began the World Rally Championship’s new hybrid era by winning the opening two stages of the Monte Carlo Rally, leading the returning Sebastien Loeb.

Podcast: Previewing the World Rally Championship's new hybrid era

The World Rally Championship's new hybrid era gets underway this weekend as the famed Monte Carlo Rally commences the 2022 season, the subject of the latest Autosport Podcast.

Newgarden: No single factor explains Penske's 2021 Indy 500 issues

Two-time IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden says there’s no one issue to explain why Team Penske struggled so badly for pace during qualifying at last year’s Indianapolis 500.

Mercedes "bullish" on F1 engine reliability progress, says McLaren

Mercedes is "bullish" it has got on top of the Formula 1 engine reliability problems that proved such a headache at the end of last season, says customer team McLaren.

Johnson will be "much more competitive" racing IndyCars on ovals

Jimmie Johnson says he expects to be "much more competitive" racing an IndyCar on ovals this year compared to his road and street course-only 2021 campaign.

Gordon Shedden close to Dynamics stay for 2022 BTCC season

Three-time British Touring Car champion Gordon Shedden is all but certain to remain at Team Dynamics for the 2022 season.

Autosport journalist Luke Smith wins Motorsport UK award

Autosport Formula 1 reporter Luke Smith has won Motorsport UK’s Young Journalist of the Year award.

The WRC heirs scrapping to assume Ogier's throne in 2022 Plus

The WRC heirs scrapping to assume Ogier's throne in 2022

Eight-time World Rally Championship king Sebastien Ogier has abdicated (well, gone part-time) in 2022, meaning for just the second time in the past decade we will have a different champion this year. Autosport picks out the drivers gunning to take his place and take over the mantle as the WRC's new ruler

Kirkwood: Pressure reduced at Foyt for rookie IndyCar season

Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood says AJ Foyt Racing’s recent struggles mean he faces less pressure than in a top team and he and the squad can “grow together”.

Mazepin aims to improve bonding with wider Haas F1 team in 2022

Nikita Mazepin says he wants to improve how he interacts with the wider Haas Formula 1 team in 2022 as he aims to make progress in his second season.

WRC Monte Carlo: Ogier pips Loeb to fastest shakedown time

Toyota’s Sebastien Ogier kicked off the World Rally Championship’s new Rally1 era by pipping old rival Sebastien Loeb in shakedown for the Monte Carlo Rally.

How BMW's DTM line-up could look in 2022

BMW appears close to finalising its DTM driver line-up for the 2022 season after announcing its roster of works drivers this week.

Why new era F1 is still dogged by its old world problems Plus

Why new era F1 is still dogged by its old world problems

OPINION: The 2022 Formula 1 season is just weeks away from getting underway. But instead of focusing on what is to come, the attention still remains on what has been – not least the Abu Dhabi title decider controversy. That, plus other key talking points, must be resolved to allow the series to warmly welcome in its new era

F3 race winner Smolyar switches to MP for third season in 2022

Alexander Smolyar will move to MP Motorsport for the 2022 FIA Formula 3 season after splitting from ART Grand Prix.

Albon owns up to car key incident on first day at Willliams

Alex Albon has confessed to a bit of a mini drama on his first official day at Williams after misplacing his car keys at the team's Formula 1 factory.

F1's new rules will cut gap between front and back in half – FIA

Formula 1's more restrictive aero rules, plus the cost cap, should cut in half the gap between the front and the back of the grid after one year, reckons the FIA.

Latvala not expecting massive differences between new WRC cars

Toyota World Rally Championship boss Jari-Matti Latvala isn’t expecting massive differences between the new hybrid Rally1 cars at this weekend’s Monte Carlo Rally.

Magazine: F1 2022 unpacked, Raikkonen's F1 farewell and WRC preview

Formula 1’s 2022 rules, Kimi Raikkonen and the new era for the World Rally Championship all feature in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (20 January).

Cordeel completes Van Amersfoort line-up in F2 for 2022

Amaury Cordeel will make his Formula 2 debut in 2022 as he completes the Van Amersfoort Racing line-up alongside Jake Hughes.

Supercars 2022 grid completed by Pither, Coulthard sidelined

The 2022 Australian Supercars grid has now been completed, with Chris Pither announced to partner Garry Jacobson at the new-look PremiAir Racing Holden squad that has taken over Team Sydney.

Raikkonen glad to leave "fake things" in Formula 1 behind

Kimi Raikkonen says he is glad to leave "fake things" in Formula 1 behind following his retirement, expressing frustration over the impact of money and politics within the series.

Jamie Chadwick joins David Coulthard for Team GB at 2022 Race Of Champions

Two-time W Series champion Jamie Chadwick and former Formula 1 star David Coulthard have been confirmed for the Race of Champions next month.