Watch video highlights of last weekend’s racing action including IndyCar at Texas Motor Speedway, Formula E in Switzerland, WRC in Italy and more.
Video highlights of a controversial WEC season-opener at Silverstone, a disputed IndyCar win at Long Beach, action-packed Formula V8 3.5 curtain-raisers at Motorland Aragon plus World Rallycross and more.
Video highlights from IndyCar at Phoenix, Euro F3 and WTCC at Paul Ricard, Formula E at Long Beach plus BTCC, V8s and NASCAR.
Justin Wilson remains in a coma following his crash in yesterday’s Pocono 500. It was the penultimate round of the IndyCar championship, which will conclude on Sunday at Sonoma.
NASCAR’s annual visit to former F1 venue Watkins Glen reached a dramatic conclusion when the race leader ran out of fuel approaching the final corner.
In this weekend’s racing wrap, IndyCar and Formula E raced at the hallowed Indianapolis and Monaco tracks, but both races saw major first-lap crashes.
Follow the 2014 British Touring Car Championship Thruxton races on F1 Fanatic Live.
Follow the 2014 British Touring Car Championship Donington Park races on F1 Fanatic Live.
Follow the 2014 British Touring Car Championship Brands Hatch races on F1 Fanatic Live.
If you’re looking for a close title battle, now’s the time to cast your gaze beyond F1.
BBC F1 are doing a marvellous job in their first year back as F1’s broadcasters in Britain. That much is clear on the live blogs whenever fans outside Britain get a glimpse of BBC’s work and comment on how good it is. But although it’s great to finally see some improvement in Formula 1 broadcasting, … Continue reading BBC F1 is great but motor sport coverage in Britain is getting worse
F1 is great – but it’s only on 17 times a year! On other weekends I look elsewhere to get my racing fix – whether I’m in the stands or on the sofa. Here are the races I’ll make sure to see in 2009 – what are you favourites?
There has been a lot of doom and gloom for the motor racing fan since the end of last season. First Seat announced an abrupt withdrawal from the British Touring Car Championship ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ just as it finally seemed to be on the cusp of success with its diesel Leons.
Croft in Yorkshire is the latest British motor racing circuit to have its future threatened by a stunningly unjust piece of lawmaking. The Yorkshire circuit, which re-opened in 1994, will have to pay almost ?é?ú1m after losing an appeal against local residents who complained about the amount of noise at the circuit. It will also … Continue reading Another disgraceful judgement which puts the future of British motor sport at risk
Here are four ideas, which have been tried in other championships to make racing more entertaining, that don’t belong in F1.
Fabrizio Giovanardi has won the British Touring Car Championship for a second consecutive year following the first race at Brands Hatch. Giovanardi only finished 14th in his Vauxhall Vectra after going off at Paddock Hill bend on the second lap. But with title rival Jason Plato finishing only fifth Giovanardi had amassed enough of a … Continue reading Fabrizio Giovanardi wins BTCC title at Brands Hatch
The British Touring Car Championship has revealed the dates of its 2009 races. In the press release the series organisers explained the decision for releasing the dates of the race weekends before announcing where the races would actually be held: Inevitably our dates are largely driven by the desire to avoid as many F1 races … Continue reading Why can?óÔé¼Ôäót they show F1 races at BTCC rounds? (BTCC)
Here’s a selection of pictures of some of the cars present at the 2008 Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrating the 50th anniversary of the British Touring Car Championship.
Heavy rain played havoc with the fifth British Touring Car weekend of the year. Appropriately enough it was round 13 that suffered the most being red-flagged twice. Racing first came to a halt as the rain got heavier and two cars crashed separately at Tower bend. One of the marshals that attended the first car … Continue reading BTCC: A bad weekend for Seat – and a marshal
Jason Plato stuck the nose of his Seat Leon into the lead in the third BTCC race at Thruxton and kept it there – despite a robust attack from an unlikely source: Andrew Jordan’s Honda Intergra. Plato hit the lead at the expense of Gordon Sheddon, who lost his early advantage due to a puncture … Continue reading BTCC: Plato fights back with Thruxton win