RJN to partner up with Jenson Button

Long time Nissan powered team, RJN will start a new relationship with ex-F1 driver Jenson Button to form Jenson Team Rocket RJN in the Blancpain Endurance series, opting for Honda power. The Rocket name was founded by Jenson's late father, John Button, who used the team to nurture talent in karting and junior categories. It... Continue Reading →

Ericsson to IndyCar with SPM

Sauber F1 driver Marcus Ericsson will make the switch to IndyCar for 2019, driving for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports as a full time teammate to James Hinchcliffe. Current F1 teammate Charles Leclerc is swapping seats with Ferrari veteran Kimi Raikkonen next year, but Sauber have opted for a complete change in their team. Italian Antonio Giovinazzi... Continue Reading →

Dani Pedrosa to retire at the end of 2018!

The MotoGP veteran will hang up his overalls after 18 years in the paddock! The news we all expected has been announced today after Repsol Honda decided to sign up fellow Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo. There were rumors that Pedrosa would sign up for the newly formed Satellite Petronas Yamaha team but he put those rumors... Continue Reading →

Red Bull switch to Honda power

Red Bull have switched to the Japanese engine supplier, Honda, it has been revealed. The move sees the team drop its long time partner Renault in favour of the previous supplier of McLaren, an unsuccessful partnership. Honda have been supplying sister team, Toro Rosso since the start of the season, obviously Red Bull have had... Continue Reading →

Jorge Lorenzo set to join Repsol Honda!

5 time MotoGP world champion, Jorge Lorenzo is set to partner Marq Marquez at Repsol Honda while Danilo Petrucci is set to replace Lorenzo at Ducati! It was announced earlier today that Dani Pedrosa was going to leave Repsol Honda which left massive questions over who was going to replace the Spaniard. Hours later, it... Continue Reading →

Dani Pedrosa to leave Honda in 2019!

Repsol Honda's long serving rider Dani Pedrosa will not be part of the works team from next season. Pedrosa has been with the works Honda since 2006 but has had a poor season including last time out in Mugello where he qualified 20th and crashed out on the opening lap. This all means that he... Continue Reading →

Marq Marquez wins in Le Mans!

Marq Marquez made the most of crashes from championship rivals Andrea Dovizioso to extend his lead to 36 points in the standings. The Spaniard was as low as 5th after the opening laps due to him starting on the hard rear tyre. But thanks to the crashes from Zarco and Dovizioso and passing early pacesetter... Continue Reading →

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