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Toby Price teases Red Bull F1 filming

The two-time Dakar Bikes class winner posted a teaser on Instagram this morning that showed him chasing a Red Bull Formula 1 car on dirt roads in what looks to be a Red Bull video shoot.
Price was on four wheels for the shoot, behind the wheel of his Finke Desert Race-winning Mitsubishi-skinned Trophy Truck.
The F1 car was one of the Red Bull RB7s that spent time in Australia earlier this ...Keep reading
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Oshima says his Super Formula car 'finally feels normal'

Long-time Toyota driver Oshima is going into his fourth season with the one-car Rookie squad, which failed to score points in 2022 and finished at the bottom of the teams' standings.
However, the introduction of Super Formula's new SF23, which produces less downforce than its SF19 predecessor, has seemingly boosted the 35-year-old's prospects heading into the new campaign.
Oshima topped the ...Keep reading
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Josh Williams suspended by NASCAR for defying race control

NASCAR suspended Williams for one race for a violation of Sections 4.3.A; 4.4.B & D; 8.7.6: NASCAR Member Code of Conduct & In-race Violations (disobeying a NASCAR request).
Williams, 29, was involved in a wreck on Lap 27 of 163 in Saturday’s Xfinity race at Atlanta Motor Speedway and placed under NASCAR’s damaged vehicle policy.
On the ensuing restart, debris came off ...Keep reading
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Kimi Raikkonen “excited” to return to NASCAR Cup racing at COTA

This will be Raikkonen's first start at COTA since finishing 13th for Alfa Romeo in the 2021 United States Grand Prix, the scene of the 2007 world champ’s final F1 win for Ferrari in 2018.
He will race the No. 91 Chevrolet Camaro fielded by Trackhouse Racing’s part-time crew led by 23-race winning crew chief Darian Grubb, who won a Cup Series title with Tony Stewart in ...Keep reading
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Motorsport.tv guide: What's on 25-26 March weekend?

Here is a guide to what's on Motorsport.tv for the weekend of 25-26 March. For a detailed list of what's available in your area, please visit the livestream page: Motorsport.tv/livestream.

FIM X-Trial - Pamplona

After the thrilling battle in Wiener Neustadt, all eyes are now on Pamplona! Jaime Busto managed to close the gap on Toni Bou in the last event. Available to ...Keep reading
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Isotta Fraschini Hypercar test plan outlined ahead of Monza WEC debut

Development of the Tipo 6 LMH Competizione led by Michelotto in Italy has continued since the launch at the end of February of the completed car powered by a bespoke three-litre twin-turbo V6 developed by HWA and a hybrid system supplied by Williams Advanced Engineering.
It is currently running on an all-wheel-drive dyno at automotive engineering specialist AVL in Italy for a second time and ...Keep reading
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WRC Mexico: The Good, the Bad and a legend at his peak

Top Performer - Sebastien Ogier and Vincent Landais 
Two record-breaking victories from two WRC events contested and the championship lead. It has been a perfect start to the year for Sebastien Ogier and new co-driver Vincent Landais.
But it was the manner of the Toyota driver's latest triumph in Mexico which confirmed Ogier is driving at his very best. Armed with a favourable road ...Keep reading
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IndyCar delegation in Argentina to assess race viability

Mark Miles, president and CEO of Penske Entertainment, and Michael Montri, VP, toured the track and the facilities of the Termas racetrack accompanied by Ricardo Juncos, co-owner of the Juncos Hollinger Racing team and Ricardo Sosa, executive secretary of the National Institute of Tourism Promotion of Argentina, as well as provincial authorities.
Sosa had already met with IndyCar at the first ...Keep reading
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Jeddah confirmed pace of AMR23, says Aston Martin F1 boss

Fernando Alonso finished a strong third in the season opener at Sakhir, albeit helped by the retirement of Charles Leclerc.
Last weekend, Leclerc outqualified Alonso, but the Ferrari driver dropped back on the grid due to a penalty.
But in the race, Aston Martin showed much better pace than the Maranello cars and Alonso earned third on merit, with only the two Red Bulls ahead.
"I think ...Keep reading
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Truck teams the first to test on NASCAR's ‘Field of Dreams’

On Monday, three Truck Series drivers – reigning champion Zane Smith, Carson Hocevar and Corey Heim – took part in a one-day Goodyear tire test on the historic 0.625-mile oval.
North Wilkesboro will host the annual Cup Series’ All-Star Race as well as a Truck series event the weekend of May 20-21. In the week leading up to the main event, there will also be two nights of Late Model racing ...Keep reading
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MotoGP sprint races: Everything you need to know

Revealed last year during the Austrian Grand Prix, MotoGP is making the most radical format shake-up to a race weekend for decades in 2023.
On the Saturday of all 21 rounds this season, a sprint race running to half the distance of the main grand prix will take place.
It is a format tweak that is set to have major ramifications on the destiny of the 2023 world championship.
Ahead of this ...Keep reading
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Tanak: M-Sport "car and me, a mismatch" in WRC Mexico

The Rally Sweden winner endured an eventful rally that ultimately ended with the Estonian recovering from losing 12 minutes to a turbo failure on Friday, to finish ninth, while claiming four bonus championship points on the powerstage.
Tanak had started the rally winning Thursday night's two superspecial stages before drama struck on stage 3. The 2019 world champion, who also faced the ...Keep reading
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Alpine calls for rethink over F1 grid box rules

In both cases, the drivers were deemed to have placed their cars too far to one side of their grid boxes at the start, and both subsequently received penalties.
The decisions by the stewards were based on an addition to the International Sporting Code that was introduced for 2022, which says that a car "must be stationary at its allocated grid box with no part of the contact patch of its front ...Keep reading
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Frijns makes Formula E comeback with Abt after breaking wrist

The two-time FE race winner broke his left wrist after clouting the back of Norman Nato's Nissan on the opening lap of the season-opening Mexico City E-Prix and was replaced by Abt reserve driver Kelvin van der Linde for the Diriyah double-header and Hyderabad round.
Van der Linde was also scheduled to race on home turf in Cape Town, but both Abt entries and those of technical partner Mahindra ...Keep reading
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Sainz: Ferrari already identified development path amid F1 race pace weakness

Ferrari arrived at the start of the season in Bahrain having missed its mark, with Charles Leclerc retiring and Sainz struggling to keep up with Aston Martin, "cooking" his tyres in the process as he lost out on a podium.
Ahead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, team boss Fred Vasseur maintained that Ferrari's main issue in Bahrain was a lack of pace rather than a return of its poor tyre ...Keep reading
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Glickenhaus to miss Nurburgring 24 to focus on WEC campaign

Team owner Jim Glickenhaus told Motorsport.com that it would be "logistically too difficult" to undertake a Nurburgring programme with the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 004C GT car around the 24 Hours on 20/21 May at the same time as racing in the WEC with the 007 Le Mans Hypercar.
"Our 004C is ready to go, but we're not going to race at the 'Ring this year because we have to concentrate on the ...Keep reading
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How ADAC will tackle team orders after taking over DTM

Team orders have often caused controversy in the DTM, with Audi, Mercedes and BMW all being called out for favouring one or more drivers during the full-blown manufacturer era of the series.
More recently, Mercedes orchestrated a late-race swap between its three leading drivers at the Norisring season finale in 2021, allowing Maximilian Gotz to snatch an unlikely title win from Red Bull ace ...Keep reading
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Hamilton being hurt by specific design element on W14 F1 car

The seven-time world champion has had a difficult start to the campaign, with Mercedes not delivering the step forward it hoped to be able to challenge Red Bull this year.
However, his situation has been further hampered by the fact that he does not appear as settled with the handling of the W14 as team-mate George Russell.
While he thinks his situation could be helped by the team bringing ...Keep reading
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Verstappen feels he "should have won" Saudi F1 GP without reliability issues

A driveshaft failure in Q2 meant Verstappen had to start the race from 15th place.
He used Red Bull's impressive pace advantage to finish second behind team-mate Sergio Perez, beating the Mexican to the point for the fastest lap to lead the 2023 drivers' championship by a single point.
But while Verstappen limited the damage and retained his championship lead, he was still unhappy at losing ...Keep reading
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Supercars closing in on final wheel nut fix

Wheels have proven problematic for the new-spec cars so far due to issues with both the lower-duty nuts and the new rims.
The nut issue has been largely centred on the retaining clip system which was ineffective in its original design.
Two solutions were trialled during the recent Newcastle 500. One came from Triple Eight which included a deeper channel and stronger circlip to hold the nut ...Keep reading
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Dunlop optimistic of improved 2023 despite loss of Mugen car

The tyre brand is back to supplying a single car in the top GT500 class this season, the #64 Nakajima Racing Honda NSX-GT, for the first time since 2020.
It follows Mugen ending a two-year relationship with Dunlop in order to join forces with ARTA and field a two car team using Bridgestone rubber.
Nakajima has suffered two disappointing seasons since a breakthrough 2020 campaign in which it ...Keep reading
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BMW Bathurst drive for De Pasquale

The Supercars star will return to Anthony Soole's line-up for the production car enduro alongside Soole and Adam Burgess.
For the second year running the trio will race a BMW M4 in the outright class.
This year the entry will be dedicated to a charitable cause with support for anti-child trafficking organisation Destiny Rescue.
"Destiny Rescue is a charity that I am very passionate about ...Keep reading
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Ganassi team expects Armstrong, Sato to shine in shared ride

Formula 2 exile Armstrong is to drive the #11 Ganassi-Honda in all 12 road and street course IndyCar rounds, while two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato was set to drive the five ovals, but right now is guaranteed only the PPG 375 at Texas Motor Speedway and the 107th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Simmons said he’s already been impressed by Armstrong who first tested for the team at ...Keep reading
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Alex Bowman enters Truck races at COTA, North Wilkesboro

Bowman, who has won seven races as a Cup driver, came close to winning both the Cup and Truck races at COTA one year ago.
The Hendrick Motorsports driver was part of that thrilling three-way fight for the 2022 COTA Cup win between himself, A.J. Allmendinger and Ross Chastain. He finished second.
Just one day prior, he was in the middle of the battle for the Truck win at COTA as well. He sent ...Keep reading
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FIA launches F1 tyre supply tender from 2025

Pirelli has been the sole provider of tyres to the series since 2011. This followed on from a one-make deal with Bridgestone, which also featured alongside Michelin in the last tyre war that ran through the mid-2000s.
While the Italian manufacturer is fully expected to apply once again and then retain the rights, the motorsport governing body has issued a customary invitation to tender for the ...Keep reading
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Pfaff “gambled” to win after “rollercoaster” Sebring 12 Hours

After the latest Porsche 992-based iteration of the 911 GT3 R was left way off the pace following the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona, IMSA corrected its Balance of Performance for Sebring, and the Weissach machines were back in the hunt for GTD Pro and GTD victory.
But although the Pfaff car, driven by Klaus Bachler, Laurens Vanthoor and Patrick Pilet, led 97 laps of the 303 completed in GTD Pro ...Keep reading
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Hamlin: Toyotas need "more everything to get a little better"

Five races into the season, Toyota remains the only manufacturer without a victory but in Sunday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the OEM had several drivers in the mix for the win at the end of the race.
Both Denny Hamlin (14 laps) and Christopher Bell (six laps) were among the 13 different leaders in the race and both drivers plus Tyler Reddick found themselves in contention for the win in ...Keep reading
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VISTA Las Vegas GP: The best way to experience the new F1 race

F1 is back in Sin City! After an absence of 41 years, grand prix cars will roar up and down the dazzling streets of Las Vegas.
VISTA Las Vegas in association with McLaren offers guests a chance to overlook the track from the rooftop of the Cromwell. This exclusive party will be attended by F1 legends and celebrities, as a more exclusive way to experience F1 in Vegas.
There will be live ...Keep reading
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McLaughlin revels in IMSA LMP2 glory at Sebring

He and co-drivers Kyffin Simpson and Tower Motorsports team owner/driver John Farano – reigning LMP2 champion – bounced back from a mid-race shunt to clinch victory, just two races after the squad also triumphed in another IMSA endurance, the 2022 Petit Le Mans.
At quarter distance in Sebring, Farano lay fourth for Tower Motorsports, while at the halfway point, the Crowdstrike Racing by APR ...Keep reading
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RNF unveils new-look for first MotoGP season with Aprilia

The Razlan Razali-owned squad was formed out of the Petronas Sepang Racing Team, which pulled out of MotoGP at the end of the 2021 season.
RNF continued on as a Yamaha customer for 2022, but the outfit that took Franco Morbidelli to the runner-up spot in the 2020 championship struggled for form and was second-to-last in the teams’ standings with a paltry 37 points.
After it was unable to ...Keep reading
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Ten things we learned at the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

For the second race in a row, Formula 1 witnessed a Red Bull domination, as Sergio Perez led home Max Verstappen in the third Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
But, it was a somewhat different story from Bahrain, as – for the first time in their time as team-mate's – Perez took the top spot with Verstappen just one step down. That was in large part down to the Dutchman's qualifying driveshaft ...Keep reading
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Toyota to complete pre-Le Mans test at Sebring this week

The Japanese manufacturer, which claimed a 1-2 victory in the Sebring 1000 Miles, will run for three days from Monday as it undertakes a third endurance simulation with the updated 2023 version of the GR010 HYBRID Le Mans Hypercar.
The test is taking place at Sebring because Toyota had to cancel a long-distance run scheduled at the Algarve International Circuit.
It was booked for early next ...Keep reading
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Snow’s final double stint key to PMR BMW’s Sebring win

The second round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship saw 14 caution periods, four of which occurred in the final two hours of the race. Snow ran nearly all of those two hours on one tank of gas, and his fuel-saving allowed him to produce enough pace to hold off another BMW M4, the #96 entry of Turner Motorsports, following the final restart to win by 1.5s.
Snow, Bryan Sellers and ...Keep reading
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Verstappen: Saudi GP vibrations similar to Q2 driveshaft failure

Verstappen started the Jeddah race from 15th after a driveshaft failure prevented him from setting a lap time in Q2.
Thanks to Red Bull's majestic pace and a well-timed safety car, the two-time world champion sliced through the field to take second behind team-mate Sergio Perez, who executed a perfect race to win from pole.
But the Dutchman survived another driveshaft scare in the second ...Keep reading
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The helmet safety system slowly making its way to the MotoGP grid

MIPS, which stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, is a technology developed in 1996 by specialists from the Royal Institute of Technology and a brain surgeon Hans von Holst.
Helmets fitted with MIPS help to reduce the rotational motion placed on the brain during an incident where the head comes to a sudden stop.
It does so through a layer of low-friction material inside the ...Keep reading
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Evans explains why he lost second at WRC Rally Mexico

Evans came embroiled in an intense battle for second with Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville that went right down to the wire at the first gravel round of the season.
The Welshman inherited second on Saturday morning following Esapekka Lappi's crash from the lead, but held only a 11.6s margin over Neuville in third.
A charging Neuville cut the deficit to 4.3s heading into Sunday’s final four ...Keep reading
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Unwell Tyler Reddick grinds out second straight top-five

Race day at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday got off to a rough start for Reddick, in his first season driving the No. 45 Toyota for 23XI Racing.
He awoke with flu-like symptoms and his condition was so in doubt the team got Xfinity Series driver John Hunter Nemechek suited up and fitted in Reddick’s seat in case he was needed as a relief driver.
Once the race got underway, however ...Keep reading
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Ferrari extends Shell partnership in WEC

The Italian manufacturer made its long-awaited return to the top class in world sportscar racing last weekend at the 2023 WEC season-opener Sebring 1000 miles.
The #50 Ferrari 499P driven by Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina and Nicklas Nielsen claimed a podium on debut in third place, two laps down on a Toyota 1-2, with the sister #51 Ferrari taking 15th overall driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi ...Keep reading
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Aitken: "Smart" driving helped AXR Cadillac win amid Sebring chaos

The #31 Cadillac V-Series.R shared by Aitken, Alexander Sims and Pipo Derani was the prime beneficiary when both Penske Porsche 963s and the Wayne Taylor Racing Acura ARX-06 were eliminated in a three-way crash inside the final 20 minutes of the race.
Aitken was at the wheel of the Whelen Engineering-sponsored #31 machine at the time of the crash, and subsequently held off a challenge from the ...Keep reading
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Piastri "surprised" by Gasly contact damage in Saudi Arabian GP

Piastri damaged the right side of his wing when he touched Gasly's Alpine at the exit of Turn 2, and just a few hundred metres later debris flew off the Australian's car.
In a bizarre coincidence, his McLaren team-mate Lando Norris hit the debris from Piastri's car and also had to make an early stop.
Piastri had no option but to pit at the end of the first lap, while Norris initially ...Keep reading
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Horner: Perez's concerns over Verstappen Saudi GP pace "normal"

Leader Perez and his Red Bull team-mate Verstappen were pushing hard in the final laps of the Jeddah race, with the Mexican successfully maintaining the gap.
However, Verstappen heard a strange noise which led the team to study the data for signs of a possible repeat of the Dutchman's driveshaft failure in qualifying, while Perez was worried about a long brake pedal.
It was at that point ...Keep reading
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Porsche's WEC performance deficit "very obvious" at Sebring

The two factory Porsche Penske Motorsport cars finished fifth and sixth in the Hypercar class at the end of eight hours of racing at the Sebring International Raceway, trailing the dominant Toyota GR010 Hybrids by a worrying margin of four laps.
Porsche was in the fight for the final spot on the podium in the first half of the race but didn’t have the pace to hold position against Ferrari or ...Keep reading
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How the FIA's Alonso Saudi Arabian GP penalty U-turn played out

This is the full breakdown of the key moments in that timeline: from Alonso lining up in second place to gaining, losing and then finally, and officially, regaining his 100th F1 podium.
Alonso commits his crime, but does he do the time?
20:03 – Alonso completes the formation lap and lines up second alongside the Red Bull of polesitter Sergio Perez. But when he comes to a stop on the grid ...Keep reading
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Ogier adds Croatia to partial 2023 WRC programme

The eight-time world champion leads the WRC championship standings after scoring a dominant record-breaking seventh victory in Mexico last weekend.
Victory in Mexico followed a record ninth Monte Carlo win at the season opener in January. The two wins have now lifted the part-timer to the top of the championship standings, three points ahead of Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville despite competing in ...Keep reading
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Ferrari must not “bullshit itself” over F1 form, says Vasseur

The Italian squad had hoped that the layout and different demands of the Jeddah circuit would allow it to pose a bigger threat to Red Bull than it was able to at F1’s season opener in Bahrain. 
However, despite Charles Leclerc managing to deliver a qualifying time good enough for the front row, the Scuderia’s race pace was lacking. 
Having initially looked strong in the early ...Keep reading
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Hamilton: Red Bull is most dominant F1 car I’ve seen

The seven-time world champion got a first-hand glimpse of the kind of advantage that Red Bull has when Max Verstappen had little problem blasting past him during his Saudi Arabian Grand Prix recovery. 
Verstappen’s climb from 15th on the grid to second place behind team-mate Sergio Perez has highlighted the advantage that Red Bull has, and does nothing to quell belief that the ...Keep reading
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FIA to review rules after Alonso Saudi GP controversy

Alonso had initially been handed a post-race 10-second drop after a late ruling from the FIA judged that he had not correctly served an in-race penalty for starting out of his grid box.
While officials had initially deemed that Alonso’s car had been stationary for five seconds before mechanics touched it, the FIA later changed its mind.
On the last lap of the race, the stewards were asked ...Keep reading
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Super Formula drivers doubt new car will make following easier

The Japanese single-seater series' 2023-spec car, an updated version of the previous SF19, features revised aerodynamics aimed at reducing downforce and making it easier for cars to follow each other closely.
However, a number of drivers have said, based on their experience of following other cars during this month's pre-season test at Suzuka, that the changes have not made a big difference in ...Keep reading
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Brabhams to drive BT19 F1 car in Adelaide

The BT19 will join a long list of significant historic Formula 1 cars that will cut laps of a shortened version of the Adelaide street circuit.
For the first time the car will be shared by two generations of Brabhams with David Brabham and son Sam both set to spend time behind the wheel.
David's father Sir Jack Brabham drove the BT19 to both the drivers' and constructors' world championships ...Keep reading
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Why second car hasn't solved ARTA Honda team's headaches

After joining forces with Team Mugen during the off-season, ARTA has expanded to two Bridgestone-shod Honda NSX-GTs for the 2023 season as it bids for a first GT500 title since 2007.
The team has frequently topped the timesheets during the winter, with Nojiri's new team-mate Toshiki Oyu notably setting a new unofficial lap record in a private test at Suzuka earlier in the month in the #8 ...Keep reading
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