The first Formula E race of the new season was red-flagged moments after it started and one of the first winners was disqualified.
A sensational Macau Grand Prix saw the two leaders change places and then crash at the final corner, letting an F1 junior team driver in to win.
The only independent World Rally team enjoyed a double championship triumph at their home event. The Eurocup title was also settled after a huge crash.
The DTM and European Formula Three championships were decided in the final events for the two series at the Hockenheimring last weekend.
Three different drivers led during the final five laps as NASCAR’s annual visit to former F1 track Watkins Glen produced a nailbiting finish.
The World Touring Car Championship introduced rallycross-style ‘joker laps’ in Portugal but a bizarre practice crash raised safety questions.
Fernando Alonso was one of several Honda-powered drivers struck down by engine failure during the Indy 500 – but one of them hung on to win. Catch up on last weekend’s action.
IndyCar saw its fifth different winner in five races in the final event before the Indianapolis 500. Formula E, NASCAR and more also raced last weekend.
The Schumacher name returned to the podium in Formula Three last weekend while the World Rally Championship round ended in drama.
Honda only took two IndyCar wins in the whole of 2016 but have won the first two rounds of this season. Catch up on last weekend’s racing highlights.
BMW have announced details of the categories they will be racing in during 2010 having pulled out of F1. Far from pulling out of motor racing entirely the company is expanding its GT racing programme, leaving you to wonder what these other categories offer which F1 does not.
F1 is great – but it’s only on 17 times a year! On other weekends I look elsewhere to get my racing fix – whether I’m in the stands or on the sofa. Here are the races I’ll make sure to see in 2009 – what are you favourites?
Over at F1 Insight Clive is concerned about possible future F1 engine regulations: The FIA seem to want every engine involved to produce the same amount of power. Where is the logic in that unless what they really want is a spec formula? There are rumours the FIA wants to extend its control over F1 … Continue reading Engine rules and the F1 monopoly
After a processional few races in South America the World Touring Car Championship put on an entertaining battle at Valencia in Spain. Rob Huff burst through to win in his Chevrolet having escaped a penalty for overtaking pole sitter Yvan Muller at the rolling start. Huff then dropped back to third, but passed the leading … Continue reading WTCC: Huff leads Chevrolet resurgence at Valencia