The only independent World Rally team enjoyed a double championship triumph at their home event. The Eurocup title was also settled after a huge crash.
Last weekend set up final-round title-deciders in European Formula Three, Japanese Super Formula, the DTM and the Formula Renault Eurocup.
The debate over cockpit safety in open wheel racing was given fresh impetus by another alarming near-miss in IndyCar.
The DTM season passed the halfway mark with its Russian round and the drivers left the Moscow Raceway with the top two separated by one point and a rookie in contention for the crown.
Formula E championship leader Sebastien Buemi missed the series’ debut in New York to race in the WEC but his Toyota broke down before the race began.
A close scrap in the Rally of Poland was decide when one of the contenders crashed out. Last weekend’s DTM and Euroformula races were also marked by unusual incidents.
Fernando Alonso was one of several Honda-powered drivers struck down by engine failure during the Indy 500 – but one of them hung on to win. Catch up on last weekend’s action.
Formula Three’s prestigious Pau Grand Prix was decided when a suspension failure sent the race leader into the barriers.
IndyCar saw its fifth different winner in five races in the final event before the Indianapolis 500. Formula E, NASCAR and more also raced last weekend.
Fernando Alonso had his first look at an IndyCar race ahead of his Indianapolis 500 debut while Red Bull junior driver Pierre Gasly made his debut in Japan’s Super Formula championship.