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Red Bull ends F1 reserve Vips’ contract after racial slur investigation

Red Bull Racing has terminated the contract of Formula 1 test and reserve driver Juri Vips over his use of a racial slur last week.

Pulling not feeling more pressure as Chadwick's main W Series challenger

W Series racer Abbi Pulling says she doesn't feel under more pressure one year on from her debut in the series as Jamie Chadwick's main title challenger after three rounds.

What racing in Australia means for the future of F1's junior series Plus

What racing in Australia means for the future of F1's junior series

The announcement that FIA Formula 2 and 3 would race alongside the Australian Grand Prix from 2023 came as a surprise, not only to fans but to the series’ teams too. But with Formula 1’s boom in popularity bringing more fans to the championships, team principals are relishing the opportunity

Robert Wickens wins first race since 2018 IndyCar crash

Robert Wickens has won his first race since his career-pausing IndyCar crash at Pocono in 2018, which left him with a devastating spinal injury.

Rossi: No change within Andretti despite imminent IndyCar split

Alexander Rossi says that signing an IndyCar deal with Arrow McLaren SP for 2023 has not ruined the atmosphere within his "very understanding" Andretti Autosport team.

Castroneves eyeing NASCAR Cup opportunity after stock car win

Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves has voiced his ambitions to contest the NASCAR Cup Series' showpiece Daytona 500, with the Brazilian saying "it would be very natural to try".

The best of Chevrolet’s 101 IndyCar wins in the current era

Chevrolet has won 101 of the 173 IndyCar races held since it was lured back to the series by the 2.2-litre turbo formula in 2012. But which of them was best? The Bowtie's current and former IndyCar programme managers reflect on the company's modern century

Edgar makes FIA F3 return at Silverstone after Crohn's Disease diagnosis

Red Bull junior Jonny Edgar will return to the FIA Formula 3 Championship at Silverstone next weekend, just a few months after a diagnosis with Crohn’s Disease forced his withdrawal.

Rosenqvist extends McLaren stay, either IndyCar or Formula E possible

Felix Rosenqvist has signed a multi-year extension to his McLaren deal, as the team assesses whether to keep the Swede in IndyCar or move him to its Formula E squad.

Red Bull suspends F1 reserve driver Vips for using racial slur

Red Bull Racing has announced that Formula 2 driver Juri Vips has been suspended with immediate effect after using a racial slur.

De Silvestro had to unlearn "bad habits" in adapting to modern IndyCar

Simona De Silvestro had to "unlearn bad habits" adapting to IndyCar's current machinery in her Road America return, which gave her a base to work from with Paretta Autosport.

Friday favourite: How Champ Car's final hurrah captured one IndyCar star's heart

With the Lolas put out to pasture, 2007 marked a new generation in Champ Car, featuring the handsome Panoz DP01. Will Power loved the "awesome car", as he took two wins and five pole positions in the series' last season before merging with the Indy Racing League

IndyCar team-by-team mid-season review 2022

With eight races down and nine to go, it’s time to reflect on who has been excelling and who’s been sub-par in the first half of the 2022 IndyCar season

The other Doohan charting his way to motorsport success

Heading into FIA Formula 2 this season, there was a lot of pressure on Jack Doohan. The 2021 F3 runner-up joined a new team for his next challenge, as well as signing up to the Alpine Academy. He told Autosport how he’s tackling the step up - with some help from his motorcycle legend father

Supercars set to retain Australian GP support slot

Supercars is expected to retain its spot on the Australian Grand Prix undercard next year despite FIA Formula 2 and Formula 3 making the trip down under.

Newgarden: We must clean up consistency to challenge for IndyCar title

Two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden says he must avoid the “feast or famine” trend it has followed in 2022 in order to earn a third title.

Ericsson: “Nothing wrong with that move” in Palou clash at Road America

IndyCar points leader Marcus Ericsson stood his ground after the incident with team-mate Alex Palou that saw the defending champion break his suspension in their clash.

Palou “surprised” to be hit by Ganassi IndyCar team-mate Ericsson

Reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou says he was "surprised that my team-mate hit me” after early contact with Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson cost him dear at Road America.

IndyCar Road America: Newgarden overcomes late cautions for flawless win

Penske's Josef Newgarden overcame a pair of late-race restarts to execute a flawless IndyCar race at Road America, taking his third victory of the season.

Cordeel benched for Silverstone F2 round after reaching 12 penalty points

Van Amersfoort Racing's Amaury Cordeel has been suspended for the Silverstone Formula 2 round after accumulating 12 penalty points on his racing licence.

Bolukbasi fined after paddock altercation between his father and Nissany's trainer

Charouz Racing System's Cem Bolukbasi has been fined €5000 after his father and Roy Nissany’s trainer were involved in an altercation in the FIA Formula 2 paddock.

F2 Baku: Hauger takes first feature win after crash for Vips

Dennis Hauger snatched FIA Formula 2 feature race victory in Baku after a heartbreaking crash with just five minutes remaining for Juri Vips. 

IndyCar Road America: Rossi pips Newgarden to end pole drought

Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi claimed his first IndyCar pole position since 2019 after edging Penske's Josef Newgarden in qualifying at Road America.

IndyCar Road America: O’Ward leads Power in second practice

Pato O’Ward, who took his first IndyCar pole position at Road America two years ago, again mastered the track in second practice to put Arrow McLaren SP on top in second practice.

F2 Baku: Vesti takes maiden series win in disrupted sprint race

Frederik Vesti took his maiden FIA Formula 2 victory in Baku, snatching the lead of a disrupted sprint race from Jehan Daruvala on the second safety car restart.

IndyCar Road America: Rossi leads Herta in first practice

Alexander Rossi outpaced his rivals in opening practice at Road America, the venue where he last won an IndyCar race in 2019.

F2 Baku: Vips claims pole after Iwasa crash red flags session

Juri Vips snatched his second FIA Formula 2 pole position of the year in Baku, improving on his second run to take the top spot.

Remembering the magic of Belle Isle

The last IndyCar race on Belle Isle was a classic – but the unique demands of the track made so many of the races there memorable and will be cherished as one of the finest venues

Calderon hopes to inspire young girls with IndyCar efforts

Tatiana Calderon wants to entice young female fans to get involved in motorsport having made to move into IndyCar in 2022, despite her tough start adapting to the US series.

Why De Silvestro's long IndyCar break can help Road America return

Simona De Silvestro, who this weekend starts her first IndyCar road course race since 2015, says that the long layoff may actually help her re-learn the car.

Ilott cleared for IndyCar return at Road America with Juncos Hollinger

Callum Ilott will return to IndyCar action this weekend at the Grand Prix of Road America for Juncos Hollinger.

Rossi confident Detroit GP victory charge was on if he had "one more lap"

Alexander Rossi believes he needed just one more lap to catch Will Power, after finishing second in the Detroit Grand Prix at Belle Isle for Andretti Autosport.

Power “drove as straight as I could” to nurse tyres to victory

IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix winner Will Power says that looking after his soft alternate tyres at the start of his final stint was key to him hanging on for victory.

IndyCar Detroit: Power holds off Rossi to win last Belle Isle race

Will Power climbed from 16th on the grid to score Chevrolet’s 100th IndyCar win in the marque’s backyard at Belle Isle, as he held off Alex Rossi in a tense duel to the chequered flag.

IndyCar Detroit: Newgarden on pole for final Belle Isle race

Josef Newgarden will lead the field to the green for the final Detroit Grand Prix to be held at Belle Isle Park, after shading a surprising challenge from Takuma Sato.

IndyCar Detroit: Rossi tops second practice stalled by red flags

Alexander Rossi emerged fastest for Andretti Autosport in second practice for the IndyCar Detroit Grand Prix, in a session stopped five times for on-track incidents.

IndyCar Detroit: Kirkwood tops first practice for Foyt at Belle Isle

Reigning Indy Lights champion and recent Andretti Autosport hire Kyle Kirkwood secured AJ Foyt Racing top spot in first practice at Belle Isle.

Rossi: Arrow McLaren SP’s performance has “exponentially increased”

Alexander Rossi says one of the reasons he signed for Arrow McLaren SP next year is the huge amount of progress made since McLaren bought into the team.

Arrow McLaren SP: Rosenqvist “doing what he needs” to retain IndyCar seat

Arrow McLaren SP president Taylor Kiel has suggested that Felix Rosenqvist’s recent performances are enough for him to keep his place in the team as it expands to three full-time entries.

New aeroscreen part of IndyCar weight-saving plans for 2024

A revised, lighter aeroscreen from Pankl and PPG is part of IndyCar’s plans to cut weight from the 2024-era cars.

Why IndyCar is evaluating aeroscreen performance in the wet

The GP of Indianapolis saw IndyCar’s aeroscreen in its first wet race, and some drivers complained of visibility issues. Is there an easy fix? IndyCar president Jay Frye weighs up what the future holds

Rossi joins Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar team in multi-year deal

Alexander Rossi will join Arrow McLaren SP for the 2023 IndyCar season after his departure from Andretti Autosport, as the team scales up to run three cars next year.

Ferrucci to sub for injured Ilott in Detroit IndyCar race

Callum Ilott will miss this weekend’s Detroit Grand Prix with a hand injury sustained in his Indianapolis 500 crash, and will be replaced at Juncos Hollinger Racing by Santino Ferrucci.

Kirkwood to replace Rossi at Andretti Autosport IndyCar team in 2023

Alexander Rossi will leave the Andretti Autosport IndyCar team at the end of this season and will be replaced by the team's former Indy Lights prodigy Kyle Kirkwood.

Why Ericsson’s Indy 500 win is a significant mental turning point

Perhaps overlooked in the victory stakes for the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500, Marcus Ericsson overcame a late red flag to take a famous win. The Swede's brilliantly executed triumph will undoubtedly boost the confidence of a driver who always had the talent to succeed

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The hard luck stories afflicting expected 2022 Indy 500 contenders

Several typically strong Indianapolis 500 teams were left disappointed after promising form through practice failed to translate to strong results in Sunday's IndyCar blue riband race won by Marcus Ericsson.

Johnson wins Indy 500 rookie of the year, Ericsson gets $3m prize purse

Jimmie Johnson was voted as the 2022 Indianapolis 500 rookie of the year, despite the Chip Ganassi Racing driver crashing out of the IndyCar blue riband in the closing stages.

How many F1 drivers have won the Indy 500? Winners, drivers & more

The Indy 500 is nicknamed ‘the greatest spectacle in racing’, but how many Formula 1 drivers have taken it on and won?

Ganassi: Ericsson Indy 500 win down to him understanding team ethic

Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson's team boss Chip Ganassi says the ex-Formula 1 driver's victory is the “culmination” of understanding how to use the resource in his IndyCar team.

How Ericsson achieved Indy immortality as Ganassi's main man stumbled

Chip Ganassi Racing team was strong again in the Indianapolis 500, with poleman Scott Dixon and reigning champion Alex Palou leading almost three quarters of the race between them. But when dominator Dixon was penalised for pitlane speeding, ex-Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson stepped up to score the biggest win of his career and seize the IndyCar points lead

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Dixon “just messed up” in Indy 500 pit speeding incident

Scott Dixon has shouldered the blame for the pit speeding incident that cost him a shot at a second Indy 500 win.

O’Ward rues "bittersweet" Indy 500 after aborted last-lap pass on Ericsson

2022 Indianapolis 500 runner-up Pato O’Ward rued a "bittersweet" race, upset that he lacked the pace to make his late pass on winner Marcus Ericsson for the lead stick.

Ericsson "couldn't believe" late red flag before Indy 500 triumph

Marcus Ericsson said he "couldn’t believe" the misfortune of the Indianapolis 500 being red-flagged late on before holding his nerve to clinch a famous victory.

Indy 500: Ericsson holds off O'Ward for victory after late red-flag drama

Chip Ganassi Racing’s Marcus Ericsson won the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500, overcoming a final two-lap shootout with Pato O'Ward to claim Ganassi's first win since 2012.

Top 10 Indy 500s ranked: Andretti, Foyt and more

The 106th Indianapolis 500 takes place today and to celebrate of America's greatest race, it's an opportune time to look back at some of the Brickyard's finest moments

Pourchaire: Cordeel F2 car recovery in pit lane was “dangerous”

Theo Pourchaire says it was “dangerous” that Amaury Cordeel’s stricken FIA Formula 2 car was wheeled back into the pitlane exit as the drivers tried to leave it.

F2 Monaco: Drugovich holds off Pourchaire to extend championship lead

Felipe Drugovich held off title rival Theo Pourchaire to take his third FIA Formula 2 win from the last four races in the Monaco feature race.

F2 Monaco: Hauger takes maiden win after Hughes stalls on grid

Dennis Hauger took his maiden FIA Formula 2 victory in the Monaco sprint race, taking the lead off the line after polesitter Jake Hughes stalled to beat team-mate Jehan Daruvala.

Grosjean pledges to “play the long game” on Indy 500 debut

Former Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean says he will try and be patient in his first Indianapolis 500 start on Sunday as he starts the IndyCar blue riband from ninth.

Indy 500: Why does the winner drink milk? A tradition explained

The race-winner drinking milk – or drenching himself in it – is one of the many iconic images from the Indianapolis 500, but how did the tradition start?