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Michelisz penalised for collision

Norbert Michelisz has been handed a 30-second penalty by race stewards following the second World Touring Car Championship race at Brno

Muller wins race two at Brno

Yvan Muller completed another successful weekend for Chevrolet by taking victory in the second World Touring Car Championship race at Brno

Buttarelli takes first Auto GP win

Samuele Buttarelli secured his first Auto GP series victory in the second race at Brno, having led proceedings from the early stages

Huff stretches lead with Brno win

Championship leader Rob Huff scored his fifth World Touring Car Championship race win of the season at Brno after a terrific opening lap scrap with polesitter Yvan Muller

Filippi triumphs in Auto GP race one

Luca Filippi made amends for a mistake in qualifying that cost him pole position by taking the first Auto GP race win of the Brno weekend for Super Nova

Dahlgren thrilled with Volvo's pace

Polestar Racing's Robert Dahlgren says he is 'overjoyed' with the performance of his Volvo's new 1.6 turbo engine after posting top five lap times throughout the opening day of the World Touring Car Championship event at Brno

Michelisz sent to back of Brno grid

Zengo Dension Motorsport's Norbert Michelisz will start both of Sunday's World Touring Car Championship races from the back row of the grid after failing post-qualifying scrutineering checks

Haryanto claims first Auto GP pole

DAMS driver Rio Haryanto secured his first series pole position in qualifying for the Auto GP races at Brno

Muller earns his first pole of 2011

Yvan Muller will start tomorrow's first World Touring Car Championship race from pole position after a dominant display at Brno

Michelisz eyes repeat podium at Brno

Norbert Michelisz believes another podium finish is possible at this weekend's World Touring Car Championship event at Brno

Mendez tops Auto GP practice two

Bruno Mendez made a big improvement on his performance in this morning's Auto GP free practice by setting the fastest lap in the second session at Brno

Muller stays on top in practice two

Yvan Muller followed up his strong pace this morning by once again posting the fastest lap in the second World Touring Car Championship free practice session at Brno

Monteiro fears weekend will be tough

SUNRED Engineering's Tiago Monteiro fears his first World Touring Car Championship weekend with SEAT's new turbo engine will not be an easy one, following a problematic practice session at Brno

Filippi leads Auto GP practice

Luca Filippi topped a thrilling opening practice session for the third round of the Auto GP season at Brno, with three drivers trading fastest laps until the very end

Lancaster joins Auto GP field

Formula 2 racer Jon Lancaster will also compete in Auto GP this season after signing a deal with Super Nova Racing

Muller leads Chevy trio in practice

Yvan Muller led a Chevrolet 1-2-3 in the opening practice session for the World Touring Car Championship round at Brno

Cole graduates to Formula 2

James Cole will compete in the Formula 2 series this season following his sterling test performances at Silverstone and the newly-developed Snetterton circuit

Date change for Rally of Scotland

The penultimate round of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge will now take place one week earlier than previously scheduled, it was confirmed today

Glock worried about Virgin's form

Timo Glock believes Virgin Racing risks failing to qualify for forthcoming grand prix events this year unless significant improvements are made to the performance of their cars

Fan vote to decide RoC participants

Race fans have been given the opportunity to vote for their favourite drivers to represent Belgium and the Netherlands at the 2010 Race of Champions

Button worried about pitlane entry

Jenson Button has expressed concerns in Korea that the pitlane entry's position at the end of the final high-speed corner could cause problems during Sunday's inaugural Grand Prix

McLaren duo sure of strong weekend

McLaren duo Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton are confident their performance deficit to lead rivals Ferrari and Red Bull has closed significantly at the brand new Korean International Circuit

Herck stays in GP2 with Coloni

Michael Herck will return to GP2 next season after signing with Coloni

The 2010 IndyCar season review Plus

The 2010 IndyCar season review

It looked like Will Power was running away with the 2010 IndyCar title until Dario Franchitti hunted him down and claimed a third crown. AUTOSPORT explains how it all unfolded

Trummer fastest in GP3 testing

Simon Trummer continued MW Arden's impressive run in GP3 winter testing this week by setting the fastest time of the day at Jerez

De la Rosa impressed by Pirelli's tyres

Pirelli test driver Pedro de la Rosa remains "very impressed" by the tyre company's progress ahead of its demonstration run at the season closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Toro Rosso rules out F-duct for Korea

Jamie Alguersuari has confirmed that Toro Rosso will not run its F-duct at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix

Team apologises to Parente for error

ATECH-Reid team manager Anthony Reid has blamed a 'management fault' for the erroneous pitstop that cost Alvaro Parente his place in the Superleague Super Final at Adria

Rigon adds super final victory

Anderlecht's Davide Rigon won his third Superleague super final of the year at Adria after beating FC Basel's Max Wissel in a closely fought contest

Sevilla's Martinez claims first win

Sevilla's Marcos Martinez atoned for the mistakes that cost him a podium at Brands Hatch by scoring his maiden victory in the second Superleague race at Adria

Rigon win gives Anderlecht title shot

Davide Rigon dominated the opening Superleague Formula race of the day at Adria for Anderlecht, after a slow pitstop almost handed victory to Beijing Guoan's John Martin

Hanley targets podium on debut

Olympiacos stand-in Ben Hanley is chasing a podium finish in his debut Superleague Formula race after a strong qualifying performance put him fourth on the grid

De Villota pulls out of Adria round

Atletico Madrid's Maria de Villota has withdrawn from this weekend's Superleague Formula meeting at Adria after aggravating an old neck injury

Anderlecht's Rigon takes Adria pole

Anderlecht's Davide Rigon will start tomorrow's opening Superleague Formula race in Adria from pole position after defeating Beijing Guoan's John Martin in the knockout final

Dolby plays down troubled practice

Tottenham's Craig Dolby is feeling confident ahead of qualifying for this weekend's Superleague Formula races at Adria, despite two difficult practice sessions for the title-chasing team so far

Rigon quickest for Anderlecht

Anderlecht's Davide Rigon delighted the Italian fans this afternoon by setting the fastest lap in Superleague Formula's second free practice session at Adria

Basel's Wissel leads first practice

Max Wissel topped the timesheets for FC Basel in the opening practice session of this weekend's Superleague Formula round at Adria

Schumacher unhappy with car form

Michael Schumacher is unhappy with his car's pace on the first day of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend

Toro Rosso pair out to score in Hungary

Toro Rosso drivers Sebastien Buemi and Jamie Alguersuari are hoping for a point-paying finish to this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix

Liuzzi optimistic over blown diffuser

Vitantonio Liuzzi remains optimistic about Force India's new blown diffuser ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix

Da Costa to sit in for Foresti in GP3

Antonio Felix da Costa will deputise for Lucas Foresti at this weekend's GP3 round in Hungary

Tambay gets GP3 run in Hungary

Adrien Tambay will replace James Jakes at Manor Racing for this weekend's GP3 round in Hungary

McLaren still confused by flexi-wings

McLaren has admitted that it has no idea how to replicate the front wing set-up currently being used by Red Bull Racing and Ferrari

Extra wheel tether to be added for 2011

The number of wheel tethers used in Formula 1 will double next year in an effort to improve the sport's safety

Mallya says Germany form just a 'blip'

Force India team principal Vijay Mallya has described the team's disappointing race in Germany as 'a blip' that it cannot afford to repeat at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix