Category Archives: CARS

Citroen couldn't match other offers to secure Ogier for WRC 2018

Citroen says it could not match Sebastien Ogier’s other offers for the 2018 World Rally Championship season

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Alex Lynn joins Aston Martin's 2018 WEC line-up

Ex-Williams Formula 1 development driver Alex Lynn has joined Aston Martin Racing’s World Endurance Championship squad for next season

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Sauber set to reveal 2018 F1 driver line-up amid Alfa Romeo rumours

Sauber is poised to reveal its 2018 line-up at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as rumours swirl it could bring the Alfa Romeo name back to Formula 1 with Ferrari

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Motorsport Jobs: How useful is a mechanical engineering degree?

A degree in motorsport engineering can open many doors for a future career in the industry with teams all over the world looking for future talent

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Jason Bright and Todd Kelly to retire from full-time Supercars

Bathurst 1000 winners Jason Bright and Todd Kelly will both retire from full-time Supercars racing at the end of 2017

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World Endurance Championship pitstop rules revamp planned for 2018

Tyre changes are set to be allowed during refuelling at the 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours and in the World Endurance Championship in a bid to make pitstops more dramatic

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Toyota 2017 NASCAR Cup dominance like Formula 1 – Brad Keselowski

One-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski says Toyota’s dominance in the 2017 season was “like Formula 1”

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NASCAR Homstead: Truex Jr seals 2017 Cup title with Homestead win

Martin Truex Jr became the 2017 NASCAR Cup champion by fending off Kyle Busch to win a tense finale at Homestead

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Zandvoort F1 return 'realistic', according to circuit co-owner

Zandvoort could realistically host a Formula 1 race from 2020, according to one of the Dutch circuit’s co-owners

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Honda says F1 engine approaching 'decent level'

Honda feels its Formula 1 engine is approaching a “decent level” after an “encouraging performance” in the Brazilian Grand Prix, where Fernando Alonso criticised the manufacturer again

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