MotoGP: Quartararo lands works Yamaha ride

Yamaha have confirmed Fabio Quartararo on a two year deal, alongside Vinales, leaving no room for Rossi. It was reported that Quartararo would step up from factory team Petronas SRT after a strong rookie season. He will also have access to the latest-spec M1 bike for his sophomore MotoGP season before he becomes a fully-fledged... Continue Reading →

DTM: Aberdein set to switch to BMW

Jonathan Aberdein looks set to slot into the BMW factory team for the 2020 DTM season, in a switch from Audi. Aberdein finished 10th in the championship in his first season with Audi customer team and friends of TSC, WRT in 2019, scoring 67 points compared to 22 for teammate Fittipaldi and securing a best... Continue Reading →

R-Motorsport to pull out of the DTM

R-Motorsport have confirmed that they will not be participating in this season's DTM championship! Aston Martin and R-Motorsport have only participated in the 2019 DTM season, after Mercedes abandoned DTM for Formula E at the end of 2018. The four Aston Martin Vantage's were sold to a private buyer in December. The Swiss squad struggled... Continue Reading →

Bobby Thompson joins Trade Price Cars Racing

Bobby Thompson will join the Trade Price Cars Racing squad for the 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, ahead of the team’s second season in the popular Tin-Top series. In their debut campaign in 2019, the Essex-based outfit finished 11th in the Teams’ Standings and fourth in the Independent Teams Championship – securing a... Continue Reading →

BTCC: 2020 grid starts to take shape

Just under two months ago, the 2019 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship came to a dramatic conclusion at Brands Hatch. Colin Turkington secured a record-equalling fourth BTCC title, but already, the pieces are falling into place for the 2020 campaign. After securing Team HARD’s first ever win in the British Touring Car Championship at... Continue Reading →

Williams confirm Latifi for 2020

It's been expected for some time, but only today Williams have confirmed Nicholas Latifi will partner George Russell for 2020, replacing the outgoing Robert Kubica. He was required to finish inside the top five in the F2 championship in order to guarantee himself a superlicense, he currently sites second with a round in hand. The... Continue Reading →

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