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The Toyota Racing Series' international standing continues to grow with the announcement of another famous father and son pairing heading to New Zealand for the series starting in January.
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GREAT Britain driver John Jackson is confident results will improve as he edges towards full fitness in this season's FIBT Bobsleigh World Cup.
Rick Hendrick remembers the stress-filled days in 2001 when he was trying to launch a new team with an unproven driver.
Lotus has admitted on Friday for the first time that Pastor Maldonado will boost the Formula One team's coffers in 2014.
Jean Todt was unanimously re-elected as president of motorsport's world governing body by the International Automobile Federation general assembly on Friday.
Next year's Championship will see the introduction of the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines which are expected to shake up the field.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. quickly learned an important lesson in his race with girlfriend Danica Patrick for NASCAR's rookie of the year award.
Earnhardt thanked his loyal fan base, which continuously votes him tops in the Sprint Cup Series.
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has won the 2013 Myers Brothers Award for contributions to the sport in his role as owner of Eldora Speedway.
Drivers like Mark Martin no longer have to wait three years after retirement before they are eligible for the Hall of Fame.
Gail Wise, of Park Ridge, Ill., owner of the first Mustang sold by Ford, background, is interviewed at the unveiling of the automaker's new 2015 Ford Mustang in Dearborn, Mich., Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
On Wednesday, the World Motor Sport Council confirmed a 19-race calendar for next season which, like this year's, did not include a street race in New Jersey.
Anthony Hamilton came under fire on Wednesday, the opening day of his wrongful termination of contract case against Paul di Resta.
Three Grands Prix have been removed from the provisional Formula One calendar for 2014 at the International Automobile Federation's AGM on Wednesday.
Longtime motorsports announcer Paul Page will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as its lead announcer next season.
The FIA, international motorsports' governing body, released its 2014 calendar Wednesday, placing the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin on Nov. 2. That's the same day as the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, a three-hour drive from Austin.