Garth Tander has been confirmed as Shane van Gisbergen’s co-driver at Triple Eight for the 2019 and ’20 long-distance Supercars races. It was announced on Wednesday that three-time Bathurst 1000 winner Tander will be replaced at Garry Rogers Motorsport by Richie Stanaway this season, as part of a multi-year sponsorship deal with Boost Mobile. While the […]

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Toyota will bring back the legendary Supra name to Super GT next year after revealing a concept version of the racecar at the Tokyo Auto Salon on Friday. The Japanese manufacturer first used the Supra in Super GT’s forerunner the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC) in 1995 and enjoyed plenty of success over […]

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Reigning Supercars teams’ champion Triple Eight has unveiled its new livery for the 2019 season, and has announced that Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup will partner for the endurance races. The team revealed its new look for full-time drivers Whincup and points runner-up Shane van Gisbergen at its season launch at Dalby Aerodrome in Queensland, […]

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Hyundai’s decision to sign Sebastien Loeb has left Hayden Paddon “high and dry” for the 2019 season, forcing the Kiwi out of the World Rally Championship. The 2016 Rally Argentina winner had set his sights on remaining with Hyundai, but Loeb’s arrival has ended those hopes. Hyundai management insisted dialogue was ongoing with Paddon, but Autosport’s sources have indicated […]

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Hyundai has announced Sebastien Loeb will contest six rounds of the 2019 World Rally Championship, sharing an i20 Coupe WRC with Dani Sordo. Autosport had revealed on Wednesday that Loeb had agreed to join Hyundai, and his two-year deal with the starts with next month’s Monte Carlo Rally. Nine-time champion Loeb had returned to the WRC […]

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Hyundai will begin the 2019 World Rally Championship season with an unchanged line-up, despite speculation that Sebastien Loeb has signed for the squad. Thierry Neuville, Andreas Mikkelsen and Dani Sordo will drive a trio of i20 Coupe WRCs at round one in Monte Carlo, but a decision about who replaces Sordo for Rally Sweden could […]

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Ferrari Academy driver Marcus Armstrong will compete for Prema Racing in the FIA Formula 3 Championship next year. New Zealander Armstrong is the first driver to be announced in Prema’s team, after taking fifth in the Formula 3 European Championship in 2018. The 18-year-old scored nine podiums and one victory as team-mate Mick Schumacher won […]

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Brendon Hartley has spoken for the first time since he was dropped by the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team in favour of Alexander Albon for 2019. His exit was confirmed by the announcement of Albon on Monday and the Toro Rosso press release failed to mention Hartley by name. Hartley scored just four points in his […]

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Lewis Hamilton ended his title-winning Formula 1 season by dominating the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which featured a dramatic first-lap crash for Nico Hulkenberg. Hamilton ran the longest second stint of any driver after pitting under an early virtual safety car period, but he remained comfortably clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel to the end. Max […]

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Robert Kubica’s Formula 1 race return with the Williams for the 2019 season has been confirmed. As reported by Autosport, the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix winner will partner George Russell at Williams in 2019 and end an absence from the F1 grid of more than eight years. Kubica has not raced in F1 since the 2010 […]

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