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Glickenhaus, Alpine will make Le Mans "very difficult" for Toyota

Glickenhaus and Alpine have emerged as challengers in the World Endurance Championship and could make the Le Mans 24 Hours a “very difficult race” for Toyota, believes Jose Maria Lopez.

Ex-F1 racer Fontana recovers helmet stolen 23 years ago

Argentinian ex-Formula 1 driver Norberto Fontana has recovered a crash helmet that he used at Sauber, which was stolen from his family’s home in 1998.

Redding: MotoGP teams’ approach to riders now “not respectful”

Ducati World Superbike rider Scott Redding says the way MotoGP teams now handle young talent and dismiss older riders is “not respectful”.

Rea: Rossi saying my missed MotoGP shot was a shame "really nice"

Six-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says Valentino Rossi calling his missed MotoGP opportunity “a great shame” is “really nice”, and agrees with the Italian legend.

Gerloff doesn't want MotoGP shot just "because I have a good passport"

Yamaha World Superbike rider Garrett Gerloff says he doesn’t want a full-time ride in MotoGP “just because I have a good passport”.

Ben Sulayem on what he would do as FIA president

FIA presidential candidate Mohammed ben Sulayem believes there are opportunities to make motorsport bigger at all levels if costs can be made more affordable for competitors.

Ex-F1 racer Carlos Reutemann dies aged 79

Carlos Reutemann, runner-up in the 1981 Formula 1 world championship, has passed away at the age of 79 after being hospitalised for over a month.

Reutemann in serious condition after return to intensive care

Former Formula 1 racer Carlos Reutemann has returned to intensive care and is currently in a serious condition with gastrointestinal bleeding and kidney problems.

Reutemann discharged from hospital after 17-day stay

Former Formula 1 star and current Argentinian senator Carlos Reutemann has been discharged from Rosario's Sanatorio Parque hospital after having been treated for internal bleeding for the past two weeks.

Reutemann in stable condition after latest medical procedure

Former Formula 1 star and Argentinian senator Carlos Reutemann remains in intensive care following several episodes of internal bleeding but is reported to be stable after a medical procedure on Tuesday.

Ex-F1 racer Reutemann moved to intensive care in worsening condition

Former Formula 1 racer Carlos Reutemann has been admitted to the intensive care section of an Argentinian hospital after suffering from digestive bleeding, with his condition said to be worsening.

F1 winner Barrichello to race Argentine Super TC2000 series in 2020

Formula 1 grand prix winner Rubens Barrichello will contest a debut campaign in the Argentine Super TC2000 touring car series in 2020

MotoGP Argentina: Marc Marquez rooted for Rossi in Dovizioso battle

MotoGP's Argentina race-winner Marc Marquez has revealed that he was rooting for Valentino Rossi over Andrea Dovizioso in their battle for second place

Lorenzo pressed pit speed limiter at start of Argentina MotoGP race

Honda rider Jorge Lorenzo says he dropped to the back of the field at the start of MotoGP's Argentina race because he accidentally engaged the pit limiter

Dovizioso: Honda's Marquez won't run away in Moto GP Argentina race

Marc Marquez does not have the pace to "run away" from the rest of the field during MotoGP's Argentina race, believes Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso

Argentina MotoGP: Lorenzo's struggles more down to bike, not injuries

Jorge Lorenzo says his woes on the opening day of MotoGP's Argentinian Grand Prix were more a result of his inexperience on Honda's bike than his injuries

Lorenzo to be 'extra' cautious over injury in Argentina MotoGP race

Honda MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo says he will be "extra" cautious at the Argentine Grand Prix as he is determined not to add to his current injury concerns by crashing

IndyCar investigating Argentina race at World Superbike venue

IndyCar is in talks about a future race in Argentina, using the World Superbike Championship's circuit in the country

Techeetah's Vergne, Lotterer criticise Formula E qualifying format

DS Techeetah drivers Jean-Eric Vergne and Andre Lotterer have questioned the current ABB FIA Formula E qualifying format, and criticised the new championship order element

Ex-Williams test driver Wolff hopeful of Calderon F1 race chance

Ex-Williams test driver Susie Wolff is hopeful Tatiana Calderon will get a Formula 1 race chance in the future, but concedes the superlicence points system is an additional "stumbling block"

Vandoorne finding more joy in FE without 'politics' of F1 paddock

Ex-McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne says he is enjoying Formula E following his Formula 1 exit because of the difference in camaraderie between drivers and paddock "politics"

Mortara's fourth in Santiago FE race 'like a victory' for Venturi

Edoardo Mortara says his fourth-place finish in the Santiago ABB FIA Formula E race was "like a victory" for his Venturi team after a difficult start to the 2018/19 season

BMW's Sims adamant he didn't hit Mortara in Santiago Formula E race

Alexander Sims is adamant he did not hit Edoardo Mortara into a spin during last weekend's Santiago ABB FIA Formula E race but has accepted the penalty he received

Part-time Loeb unlikely to fit into Citroen's 2019 WRC plans

Sebastien Loeb's World Rally Championship comeback looks highly unlikely to continue into 2019 because Citroen team principal Pierre Budar is reluctant to allow the nine-time champion to compete part-time again

Redding hopes he can avoid the same MotoGP fate as Lowes at Aprilia

Scott Redding believes he can avoid the fate of his Aprilia predecessor Sam Lowes because of his greater MotoGP experience

Lorenzo 'really needs' new MotoGP fairing to help feeling on Ducati

Jorge Lorenzo says he "really needs" his Ducati MotoGP team to introduce an aero fairing that works well with the 2018 version of its Desmosedici bike

Marc Marquez blew easy MotoGP win in Argentina - Andrea Dovizioso

Andrea Dovizioso believes MotoGP title rival Marc Marquez threw away an "easy" win in last weekend's Argentine Grand Prix with his erratic riding

MotoGP Argentina: Zarco 'sorry' for move that led to Pedrosa crash

Johann Zarco says he is sorry for causing Dani Pedrosa to crash out on the opening lap of MotoGP's Argentine Grand Prix last weekend

Formula 1 race director Whiting evaluates Buenos Aires circuit

FIA Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has completed an "informal visit" of Argentina's Buenos Aires circuit to evaluate the state of the facility.

Volvo's Castburg says WTCC needs to 'hard look' at Yokohama tyres

Volvo's Nicky Catsburg says the World Touring Car Championship needs to take a "hard look" at its Yokohama tyres after he suffered two punctures in Argentina last weekend

Tom Chilton: WTCC Argentina Lada collision penalty was too harsh

Tom Chilton says the penalty for clashing with Lada driver Yann Ehrlacher that cost him victory in the opening Termas de Rio Hondo World Touring Car Championship race was harsh

Suzuki MotoGP rider Iannone resigned to year of top-speed deficit

Andrea Iannone is resigned to racing with a top-speed deficit with Suzuki throughout the 2017 MotoGP season

MotoGP riders didn't want Argentinian GP 'tyre test'

Honda MotoGP riders Marc Marquez and Cal Crutchlow still want to try Michelin's 2016-specification front tyre again, just not during a race weekend as was proposed for the Argentinian Grand Prix

Argentinian MotoGP penalty too harsh, Suzuki's Iannone believes

Suzuki's Andrea Iannone feels his ride-through penalty for jumping the start of MotoGP's Argentinian Grand Prix was "too harsh"