Sato turns teacher to find Japan's next F1 heroesTakuma Sato goes into this weekend's Indianapolis 500 - a race he won in 2017 - very much in contention and fifth in the IndyCar points. But alongside his own racing, he's already begun his next career: as a 'teacher' to future Japanese Formula 1 stars1558828800F1
From fleeing communist Romania to running an F1 teamFrom a small village in Romania, Otmar Szafnauer's family fled the communist dictatorship to begin a new life in Detroit in the 1970s. Working in the car industry led to Szafnauer meeting Adrian Reynard, who in 1999 offered him a job at his new BAR team. Ten years later, that experience made him the perfect candidate to run the day-to-day operations of Force India, which has now become Racing Point. Over lunch in Oxford, JAMES ROBERTS hears the extraordinary life story of the man whose love of classic American cars prompted him to convince his father to flee to the United States...1558742400F1
Indy 500 2019: The team by team guideForget the lack of Fernando Alonso and McLaren now, focus on the quality and openness of the 33-car field that did make it onto the Indianapolis 500 grid. All the ingredients for an outstanding race are there again1558742400IndyCar
Why even Porsche cannot be certain of FE successPorsche's last major motorsport programme was a crushing success - three straight Le Mans 24 Hours wins and World Endurance Championship title doubles. But its new mission in Formula E will be harder1558656000FE
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