F1 calendar: Australian GP to stay in Melbourne until 2025

The Australian GP, F1’s regular season-opener, will remain on the calendar at Melbourne’s Albert Park until at least the end of 2025. Formula 1 confirmed a two-year contract extension on Thursday for the venue that has hosted a Grand Prix since 1996 – and the first race of the year in all but two seasons since. “Today’s announcement follows on […]

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NASCAR champion Kurt Busch thriving at Chip Ganassi Racing: ‘We’ve got a wheelman now’

When Kurt Busch signed with Chip Ganassi Racing for 2019, it appeared as a possible one-year run that would complete a solid 19-year career with one last shot at wins and a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship. But even before his victory Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway, the 40-year-old appeared rejuvenated after spending the previous five seasons at Stewart-Haas […]

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NASCAR at Kentucky: Kyle Busch’s reaction to Brad Keselowski cutting him off is hilarious

Kyle Busch looked like an everyday driver frustrated with traffic at the Quaker State 400 on Saturday. The 34-year-old is absolutely dominating the race at Kentucky Speedway while Brad Keselowski is struggling. Busch had a seven-second lead for a good portion of the second stage and was coming up Keselowski’s backside hard down the stretch. But Keselowski wasn’t going to […]

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Speed queens on the fast track to success

They are Australia’s driving trailblazers, hoping to take the fastest-growing form of touring car racing by storm. Leanne Tander, Molly Taylor and Chelsea Angelo will bring girl power to the grid from Friday to Sunday when The Bend Motorsport Park hosts TCR Australia for the first time. Established as a cost-effective touring car racing alternative, TCR this year entered the […]

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British GP: What you need to know

After an awesome Austrian GP, Formula 1 heads to Silverstone for one of the biggest sporting events of 2019 – the iconic British GP. Get ready for the highlight of the motorsport summer. Sky Sports F1 will have the most extensive coverage from the showpiece weekend with insight from pundits and experts including Jenson Button, Martin Brundle and Damon Hill. […]

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