McLaren SP will expand to four cars for next year’s Indianapolis 500, with Tony Kanaan joining the team’s expanded line-up.
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Ferrari have revealed their new 499P which will compete in the 2023 World Endurance Championship as the team returns to the top flight of sportscar racing.
The 2021 IndyCar champion Alex Palou says the points system to acquire an FIA superlicence is “very unfair” on some series.
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Alex Palou said he realised Formula 1 is “not a place I could really achieve” in his career and “embraced every single second” of his practice run yesterday.
Lewis Hamilton has called on Formula 1 and the FIA to help the struggling W Series after it cancelled the remaining races of its 2022 season.
Seoul has been dropped from Formula E’s 2023 calendar and a new race in Cape Town added.
A dozen drivers largely drawn from Indycar’s famed CART era will compete in a new support event at the Mexican Grand Prix next week.
Dragon have announced their rebrand as Penske Autosport, as well as the arrival of a new powertrain supply and two champions for the next Formula E season
NIO 333 have completed their line-up for the 2023 Formula E season by retaining Dan Ticktum, leaving the team’s long-term driver Oliver Turvey without a seat
Financial problems have forced W Series to end its third season early, but the championship’s CEO is confident it will return in 2023.
Former Super Formula and WEC driver James Rossiter has been confirmed as the team principal of Maserati’s new Formula E entry.
IndyCar driver Santino Ferrucci will return to the series for the full 2023 season after AJ Foyt Racing confirmed he will drive their number 14 entry next year.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said it “would be a massive shame if we lost W Series” amid fears the all-female series may collapse.
Sebastien Buemi, the 2015-16 Formula E champion, will move to Envision Racing next season after signing a multi-year agreement
W Series CEO Catherine Bond Muir says it has until “the end of next week” to secure financial support that will allow it to finish this season as planned.
Beitske Visser won her first race of 2022 in Singapore and closed the gap to championship leader Jamie Chadwick, who crashed out in the final laps.
AJ Foyt Racing has signed Indy Lights racer Benjamin Pedersen for IndyCar on a multi-year deal starting from 2023.
F2 promoter Bruno Michel staunchly defends the FIA superlicence points system, but is a lack of critical thought serving his series’ interests?