Ricciardo leaves Red Bull for Renault

Daniel Ricciardo has shocked the Formula One world today by announcing that he will leave the Red Bull team as he moves to the factory Renault team on a two year deal starting in 2019. The Australian, who has raced under the Red Bull banner for the last decade, was promoted to Red Bull from... Continue Reading →

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MotoGP preview: Czech Republic

MotoGP are back in action after their summer break with the Czech Republic grand prix. Can Marc Marquez extend his championship lead in his 100th MotoGP race or will his rivals bounce back heading into the second half of the season? Marc Marquez has dominated the first half of the season with his title rivals... Continue Reading →

BTCC going Hybrid from the end of 2021

With the current NGTC regulations already entering the second half of their ten-year term, TOCA – the Series Organiser of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, have announced that hybrid power will be introduced to the successful tin-top series within the evolution of the current technical regulations at the end of 2021. At a... Continue Reading →

Sutton soaks up late pressure to win

Ashley Sutton secured his third win of the season in race two at Snetterton, holding off a late charge from Josh Cook in his Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall Astra. This time, the drama started even before the lights went out with race one winner and pole sitter Jack Goff not making it out of the... Continue Reading →

Jack Goff hits two for two at Snetterton

Jack Goff secured his second pole position of the day at Snetterton, this time for tomorrow’s special sixty-mile race which celebrates sixty years of the British Touring Car Championship, first won by Jack Sears in 1958. With all the drivers having no ballast, the second qualifying session at the Norfolk track was interestingly frantic, to... Continue Reading →

Goff Grabs pole at Snetterton

As the British Touring Car Championship celebrates its sixtieth Birthday, Jack Goff salutes this milestone by securing his second pole position of the season at Snetterton and Eurotech’s third in 2018. He also secured pole position at Snetterton last year too – only just missing out on the lap record but smashed it this year... Continue Reading →

Has Lawrence Stroll bought Force India?

News is emerging today that Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, father of current Williams driver Lance Stroll, has bought the ailing Force India team. At this point we need to state this is based on rumours published by AutoBild today. It's no secret that Force India is in a bit of a financial state at the... Continue Reading →

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