Weekend Racing Wrap returns with a cracking Formula E race in Buenos Aires. Plus the sons of Schumacher, Newey, Fittipaldi and Piquet have been in action,
McLaren junior driver Stoffel Vandoorne has taken the most conclusive victory in the eleven-year history of Formula One’s leading feeder series GP2.
After 15 years as a works Citroen driver multiple World Rally Champion Sebastian Loeb drove his final race for the French marque in the WTCC season finale in Qatar.
Juan Pablo Montoya dampened speculation of a future bid for the ‘triple crown’ of racing after testing Porsche’s 919 World Endurance Championship car.
Stoffel Vandoorne has won the GP2 title in Russia with four races still to run.
Gene Haas says his experience of entering NASCAR has helped him team prepare for its Formula One debut in 2016.
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The IndyCar title battle hung in the balance until the last lap of the season, but proceedings were overshadowed by Justin Wilson’s death six days earlier.
Justin Wilson, who died following a crash in an IndyCar race on Sunday, had a successful racing career in America following his single season of F1 in 2003.
Justin Wilson’s former F1 rivals and team colleagues led the tributes to the driver who has passed away following a crash in an IndyCar race on Sunday.
Justin Wilson has died as a result of the injuries he suffered in Sunday’s crash during the IndyCar Pocono 500, the series has confirmed.
Justin Wilson remains in a coma following his crash in yesterday’s Pocono 500. It was the penultimate round of the IndyCar championship, which will conclude on Sunday at Sonoma.
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As the Formula 3000 field shrunk alarmingly in the early 2000s, a plan was hatched to axe the series and replace it with a new championship named GP2.
Massive 35-car grids made for spectacular F3000 racing in the late nineties – but that changed when it became a permanent part of the F1 support programme.