In the round-up: Hamilton tells Wallace to keep his head high after ban • Aston Martin accept cost cap fine • Alonso hits out over Hamilton comments
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has confirmed he will not contest a second full-time IndyCar season after finishing 21st in this year’s campaign.
Motorsport series are squeezing ever more information into their television coverage. Have some gone too far? Which strikes the best balance?
Kimi Raikkonen will return to racing later this year in a one-off appearance in NASCAR’s top-flight Cup series at former F1 venue Watkins Glen.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the championship has announced.
NASCAR has begun an investigation after a noose was found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace, its only full-time black competitor, yesterday afternoon.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has revealed he plans to race a livery showing his support for the Black Lives Matter movement in today’s race.
NASCAR drivers wore face masks and carried tributes to local medics as the championship held its first race for 70 days at Darlington Raceway yesterday.
NASCAR will become the first major series to resume racing one week from today. But is it too soon even for races behind closed doors?
Ganassi has fired its long-standing NASCAR Cup racer Kyle Larson following his use of a racial slur during a simrace two days ago.
While Formula 1’s Project Pitlane initiative has grabbed the headlines, there are many more ways it and other motorsports are helping to fight the pandemic.
Ganassi NASCAR driver Kyle Larson has been suspended by the championship and his team following his use of a racial slur during an Esports race yesterday.
NASCAR driver Kyle Larson could face sanctions by the championship after he was heard using a racial slur during a simrace promoted by the series.
As more championships postpone races, the challenge of rescheduling them later in the season while avoiding clashes is becoming increasingly difficult.
NASCAR has launched a new iRacing championship featuring some of the sport’s top drivers to “provide much needed racing entertainment for sports fans” during the Coronavirus pandemic.
NASCAR intends to hold its full, 36-round calendar despite increasing the number of races cancelled due to the Coronavirus to seven.
More than 75 races around the world have been cancelled or postponed because of the Coronavirus. Here’s an updated list of the championships affected.
IndyCar has delayed the start of its 2020 season, calling off the first four races of the year, while NASCAR has also dropped two race dates.
IndyCar’s season-opening race this weekend and the upcoming two NASCAR Cup series races will be held in front of empty stands as a precaution due to the Coronavirus.
Stewart-Haas driver Clint Bowyer told Racefans that getting to new circuits was key to audience growth – for NASCAR and F1.