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Pink Dunlops return for the Bathurst 1000

For the third consecutive year Dunlop has pledged $50 per pitstop to the NBCF as well as adding the pink sidewall to the hard compound Supercars control tyre.
Pink decals will feature on the Super2 and Super3 entries, which run under the Dunlop Series banner, while the Dunlop staff at the track will wear pink uniforms across the weekend.
"With October being breast cancer awareness month, we ...Keep reading
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Yamamoto "just wants to win" after Autopolis frustration

Yamamoto and Makino matched their best finish of the season aboard the #100 Team Kunimitsu NSX-GT on Sunday, also achieving the minimum result needed to stay in contention for this year's crown.
But the pair had no answer to the pace of fellow Honda squad Real Racing, which took a dominant win with Koudai Tsukakoshi and Nobuharu Matsushita.
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Dick Johnson to be first new Mustang driver

Ford recently launched its seventh-generation Mustang which will be used in a number of racing programmes around the world.
One of the first to use the new car will be there Supercars programme, with the Gen3 prototype now dressed in the latest-spec bodywork.
The car is set to become the first seventh-generation Mustang seen by the public anywhere in the world when it is unveiled at Mount ...Keep reading
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Tokyo signs agreement to host 2024 Formula E race

The all-electric championship's CEO Jamie Reigle signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building on Tuesday that would pave the way for a race to take place in the Japanese capital in March or April of 2024.
It follows an announcement last month by Koike that Tokyo was exploring bringing FE to the city as part of efforts to ...Keep reading
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Van Gisbergen keen for more rallies after WRC2 podium

The two-time Supercars champion joined the second tier WRC2 class for the 11th round of the WRC season, for what was only the fifth event of a part-time foray into rallying.
The 33-year-old, partnered by experienced co-driver Glen Weston, turned heads on debut by completing the four days of competition, held in treacherous wet conditions, third in class and ninth overall.
Van Gisbergen had ...Keep reading
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Number switch for De Pasquale’s Bathurst Mustang

The Dick Johnson Racing Ford Mustang will switch from #11 to #100 for this weekend’s Great Race to mark 100 years of automotive giant Repco.
Repco, a sponsor of the Queensland operation since 2018 has today announced a two-year extension  to that relationship. Last year the firm became the title sponsor of the Supercars Championship and naming rights sponsor of the showpiece Bathurst ...Keep reading
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Lexus PLM winners celebrate, teammates rue DNF that “stinks”

Aaron Telitz, Frankie Montecalvo and Richard Heistand were in the running to win the GTD class in the 25th running of Petit Le Mans, when their Lexus RC F was taken out just before the halfway mark of the 10-hour race by the JDC Miller MotorSports Cadillac driven at the time by Loic Duval.
The incident also ended the race for the Prototype which had also been running well in its class.
“It ...Keep reading
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Blomqvist reveals key to MSR Acura’s Petit Le Mans win

When the two Chip Ganassi Racing Cadillacs clashed and crashed at Turn 1 with 52mins to go, bringing out the full-course caution, the race came down to a straight duel between the two championship-contending Acura ARX-05s of Wayne Taylor Racing and Meyer Shank Racing. From around one-third distance, the WTR car of Ricky Taylor, Filipe Albuquerque and Brendon Hartley had appeared to have an edge in ...Keep reading
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Leclerc sees final F1 races as Ferrari strategy testbed

The Monegasque still has a mathematical chance of stopping rival Max Verstappen from clinching the crown, but realistically his Dutch rival is likely to wrap things up in Japan this weekend.
But rather than feeling that the end of the campaign is now wasted effort with the title gone, Leclerc views the last events as a key chance for Ferrari to make progress on areas it has been weak this ...Keep reading
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Chase Elliott's first 2022 playoff win is a timely one

Entering this past weekend’s Cup Series race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, no playoff driver had yet secured a win in the first four playoff races.
Talladega didn’t appear to be a prime candidate for that streak to end as its typical unpredictable nature leaves it prone to produce new or unexpected winners.
Elliott, however, ended up mastering the chaos in a race featuring 57 lead ...Keep reading
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Upset Gasly says AlphaTauri "threw away" F1 Singapore GP

The Frenchman had been running comfortably in the top seven in the first half of the race, ahead of the critical switch to slick tyres that teams needed to make as the track dried out.
But the squad went too early with its call as the track was not quite ready for dry tyres, and that shuffled Gasly well down the order. He ended up coming home 10th.
After the race, Gasly said he did not ...Keep reading
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McLaren: Singapore F1 swing showcases "open battle" for P4 with Alpine

In a wet-to-dry race, Lando Norris produced an error-free display to move up from sixth to fourth following a duel with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, who both slipped up.
Starting from 16th, Daniel Ricciardo also had a strong race to finish behind Norris in fifth, after delaying a switch from intermediates to slicks until a lap 36 safety car.
In stark contrast to McLaren's 22-point ...Keep reading
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Russell: Mercedes F1 "had to try something" with slick tyre gamble

Russell had started from the pitlane after taking a new power unit under parc ferme, and during his attempt to regain ground he went up an escape road after making contact with the Alfa Romeo of Valtteri Bottas and dropped back.
Given that he was at the back of the field, Russell agreed with the team’s suggestion that he try slicks, but it was evident straight away that it was too early ...Keep reading
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WRT to make BMW GT3 switch, MotoGP legend Rossi among those testing

The move to BMW for the Spa and Nurburgring 24 Hours-winning squad has been an open secret since August on the twin announcements of its split with Audi in the GT ranks and its new partnership with the Munich marque in the FIA World Endurance Championship from 2024 with the M Hybrid LMDh prototype.
Team boss Vincent Vosse was able to finally confirm that WRT will be running the new BMW M4 GT3 ...Keep reading
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Ten things we learned from the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix

Two hours and 31 minutes. That's how much time passed between Sergio Perez taking the chequered flag in the returning Singapore Grand Prix in first place and for the stewards to eventually penalise the Red Bull driver for his repeat safety car infringements.
Along with a delayed race start owing to the slippery conditions that eventually bypassed the full-wet tyres, another chapter for the ...Keep reading
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Al-Attiyah: "I will be in Extreme E next season"

The Qatari driver scored his first Extreme E podium in Chile after a strong performance by the CUPRA ABT team throughout the weekend, aided by a penalty for final race winners McLaren duo Tanner Foust and Emma Gilmour.
Al-Attiyah finally confirmed with this podium finish the good performances that were not being rewarded, as he reflected on the feat on his return to South ...Keep reading
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Lappi hopes Rovanpera will become WRC’s Verstappen hero figure

Lappi, who shared the third GR Yaris with Sebastien Ogier this year, has watched Rovanpera dominate the WRC, winning six rallies, with five wins coming starting from first on the road.
The 31-year-old Finn has known Rovanpera from an early age, and revealed in the lead up to the latter’s title success in New Zealand, that he did attempt to coach the WRC’s new youngest ever world champion 10 ...Keep reading
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Oliveira “never relaxed” in wet Thailand MotoGP win charge

The Portuguese rider stormed through from 11th on the grid to battle Ducati's Jack Miller for victory in the rain-lashed race at Buriram, making a decisive pass for the lead at the last corner on lap 14 of 25.
Oliveira says Miller's early pace forced him into pushing hard from the off and he couldn't relent once in front because of the Ducati rider.
"It was definitely a difficult race from a ...Keep reading
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Cadillac reveals Chip Ganassi WEC LMDh line-up for 2023

The solo Cadillac V-LMDh to be run by Chip Ganassi Racing, whose position as the marque’s WEC entrant was finally confirmed, will be raced in the seven-round series in 2023 by Earl Bamber, Alex Lynn and Richard Westbrook.
Two-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Bamber and Lynn, a class winner at the French enduro, are moving across from Ganassi’s IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship line-up ...Keep reading
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Alister McRae: Colin would have been amazed by Rovanpera’s WRC success

Rovanpera sealed a maiden World Rally Championship title in style by winning Rally New Zealand on Sunday, completing the feat a day after turning 22 years old.
The achievement means Rovanpera has set a new benchmark for the WRC's youngest ever champion that was previously held by Colin, when the Scot won the title in 1995 aged 27.
Former Mitsubishi and Hyundai factory WRC driver Alister was ...Keep reading
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Deletraz joins Wayne Taylor Racing for 2023 IMSA enduros

Ex-Formula 2 driver Deletraz will join Albuquerque and Taylor at the wheel of WTR's Acura ARX-06 LMDh for the Rolex 24 at Daytona, Sebring 12 Hours and Petit Le Mans.
Toyota FIA World Endurance Championship regular Brendon Hartley will return as the team's fourth driver for Daytona following his first appearance with the team last weekend at Road Atlanta.
“As far as Daytona’s concerned ...Keep reading
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Yamaha in the dark on Quartararo’s Thailand MotoGP disaster

Quartararo qualified fourth at Buriram, but was immediately dropped to 11th after being forced wide at the first corner in the wet contest.
He plummeted to 17th after running wide exiting Turn 4 moments later and could make no further progress up the order, seeing his championship lead wiped out by Ducati’s Francesco Bagnaia – who was third – from 18 to two points.
Quartararo stormed ...Keep reading
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MotoGP star Lorenzo interested in DTM outing after car racing switch

The former Yamaha, Ducati and Honda rider has switched to car racing since retiring from MotoGP at the end of the 2019 season and currently competes in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italy, where he secured his first top 10 finish at Vallelunga in September.
After meeting DTM chief Gerhard Berger over coffee on the sidelines of the Qatar Grand Prix earlier this year, the Spaniard got a close look at ...Keep reading
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Marquez: Wet Thailand MotoGP race “saved my life”

The Honda rider pushed hard from the off in Thailand as he came to Buriram feeling like his recovering right shoulder could stand up to the strain.
Fastest in FP1 and qualifying eighth, Marquez went on to finish the rain-lashed Thailand race fifth and only missing out on victory by 2.9 seconds.
But he admitted afterwards that he was glad of the wet conditions, as his arm felt "horrible" in ...Keep reading
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Aston Martin “surprised” to be linked with F1 cost cap breach

There has been no confirmation from the FIA about teams spending beyond the budget cap last year, but in Singapore paddock sources including some rival team bosses suggested that Aston Martin may have committed a “procedural” breach, and an offence less serious than that allegedly associated with Red Bull.
However, team principal Mike Krack insists that there has been no news from the ...Keep reading
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Red Bull "absolutely confident" ahead of crunch FIA F1 decision

The Singapore Grand Prix weekend was awash with speculation that two F1 teams have broken last year’s circa $145 million budget cap limit and could face sanctions from the governing body.
Confirmation of what has actually happened will come this Wednesday, when the FIA plans to issue teams that were under last year’s cost cap with their compliance certificates.
Any squads that bust the ...Keep reading
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Kondo Nissan lost win because 'we couldn't trust the tyres'

Kondo ended a five-year pole drought on Saturday at the Kyushu circuit as Daiki Sasaki pulled out a surprise pole lap, but come race day Sasaki and teammate Kohei Hirate had to be content with third place behind the Real Racing and Team Kunimitsu Hondas.
It continues a painful wait for a first GT500 win for both the team and tyre supplier Yokohama since 2016.
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Matsushita: Staying relaxed after crash key to Autopolis win

The weekend started badly for the #17 Honda NSX-GT crew as Matsushita went off towards the end of Saturday morning's sole free practice session, hitting the barriers head-on and damaging the cooling system of the car.
However, the damage was repaired in time for that day's qualifying session, with Matsushita making it through Q1 safely before Tsukakoshi secured fourth place on the grid.
From ...Keep reading
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Caltex Young Stars joins Bathurst 1000 grid

Caltex has taken major backing of the MCM Holden which will be raced by Matt Chahda and Jaylyn Robotham.
The Super2 regulars, each making their main game debuts, will race their MCM-run, Walkinshaw Andretti United-built Holden as the Caltex Young Stars.
“To have the support of a global brand like Caltex is a huge boost for our first Bathurst 1000 campaign," said Chahda.
"The car looks ...Keep reading
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Blaney reflects on bittersweet result at Talladega

Blaney heads into the Round of 12 cut-off race at Charlotte a healthy 32 points clear of the elimination zone. 
He won the opening stage at Talladega and was in contention for most of the race. But when it came down to it, Chase Elliott was able to squeeze ahead and snatch away the victory. There was just 0.046s between the two drivers at the finish line.
His hopes of becoming the 20th ...Keep reading
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Rick Hendrick: "We don't want (the drivers) hurt"

One of Hendrick’s NASCAR Cup Series drivers, Alex Bowman, became the second series driver this season to miss a race after suffering concussion-like symptoms following a rear-impact accident last weekend at Texas.
Kurt Busch has remained sidelined since a similar wreck in July during qualifying at Pocono Raceway.
Asked if as an owner he would be comfortable having to spend more for safety ...Keep reading
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BRT locks in Hazelwood, expands for 2023

Hazelwood has long been expected to make an off-season switch from Matt Stone Racing to BRT to replace PremiAir Racing-bound Tim Slade.
That has now been made official, BRT announcing today that Hazelwood will take over the CoolDrive-backed Mustang for the 2023 season.
The single-car squad also confirmed that it will expand for the 2023 season with plans to run a second car, although in the ...Keep reading
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Chase Elliott out-duels Blaney to win Talladega Cup race

After a late caution for a stalled car at the end of pit road, Blaney led the way with two laps to go and remained out front to begin the last of 188 laps.
As the field came off Turn 4, Blaney was on the inside with Michael McDowell behind him, while Elliott ran up top with Jones behind him.
Jones gave Elliott a shove to push him past Blaney for the lead and the two ended up racing ...Keep reading
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F1 Grand Prix race results: Sergio Perez wins Singapore GP

Perez beat pole-sitter Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to the first corner and dominated the race until the intermediate-shod field switched to slick tyres.
Perez then encountered engine issues that helped Leclerc to attack in the closing laps, but an error from Leclerc dropped him 2s behind after Perez had sorted out his engine settings.
However, Perez faces a post-race stewards’ ...Keep reading
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Hamilton won't "punish himself" for F1 Singapore GP mistake

Hamilton slid straight on and nosed into the barrier while chasing Carlos Sainz shortly after half distance.
He was able to get going again, but his front wing was damaged, and he was forced to come in and change it.
He was able to combine the stop with a switch to slicks, but the whole episode cost him a lot of time, and dropped him from fourth to ninth place.
He eventually finished the ...Keep reading
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Leclerc "surprised" at how Perez surged clear in F1 Singapore GP closing stages

The Ferrari driver had looked poised to launch a challenge for the lead against Perez after the final safety car period of the Marina Bay race.
But, despite shadowing Perez for several laps once DRS had been activated, and even looking close to attempt to a pass at one point, his assault fell flat once Leclerc fell out of range.
As Perez pushed on to try to open up an advantage to cover off ...Keep reading
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Perez penalised, but keeps Singapore GP win after stewards investigation

The Red Bull driver faced a stewards investigation after winning the Singapore race having been suspected of not keeping to within 10 car lengths of the safety car during the final full safety car period.
Perez, who won by 7.595s from Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, was handed a five-second penalty and a reprimand for the incident, keeping the victory.
The stewards offered two different ...Keep reading
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Perez uncertain on safety car infringement as Singapore GP investigation looms

The Red Bull driver grabbed the lead into the first corner from polesitter Charles Leclerc and never lost it to complete a dominant performance for his second win of the season.
In a race interrupted by multiple safety cars and virtual safety cars, in the second full safety car Perez was placed under investigation with the FIA stewards for a possible rules infringement.
Perez is suspected of ...Keep reading
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Ferrari sees two penalties for Perez on Singapore GP safety car infringement

Race winner Perez faces an FIA stewards investigation for not sticking to within 10 car lengths behind the safety car rule during a race restart, which means his Singapore GP victory remains provisional until an outcome is reached.
But Ferrari boss Binotto says he's "curious" about the investigation because his team feels Perez potentially broke the rule on two occasions, which could result in ...Keep reading
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2022 F1 World Championship points after the Singapore GP

Verstappen could have wrapped up his second successive world title in Singapore, but a scruffy race after a poor qualifying left him in last position at one point. He recovered to finish seventh.
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Verstappen blames anti-stall for poor Singapore GP start

The Red Bull driver fell from eighth on the grid to 12th by Turn 1 after his car almost went into anti-stall mode.
He fought back through the pack but spun while attempting a pass on Lando Norris on lap 40, forcing him to pit again and returning to the track in 13th.
Verstappen eventually finished one place higher than he started, but said it is "not where we want to be."
He also said his ...Keep reading
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Singapore GP: Perez wins, but faces post-race investigation

The race was delayed by one hour and five minutes due to torrential rain falling in the build-up to the original 8pm start time, but the result was actually not confirmed at the chequered flag as Perez faces a post-race investigation for a safety car infringement.
That had been called into action twice, with three virtual safety car activations also taking place in the wet-to-dry ...Keep reading
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Latifi hit with Japanese GP grid penalty for Zhou clash

On lap 7 of a wet-to-dry race, Alfa Romeo driver Zhou attempted to find a way past Latifi in a battle for 18th when he tried to pass the Canadian around the outside of Turn 5.
But Latifi appeared to squeeze Zhou into the wall, with the contact between the pair wrecking the Alfa Romeo's front right corner, forcing the Chinese driver to retire from the race on the spot.
Latifi also hit the ...Keep reading
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Espargaro "couldn't avoid" Binder clash that led to Thailand MotoGP penalty

The Spaniard was battling with KTM's Binder on the second lap of the delayed Thailand race when the pair made contact at Turn 3.
Espargaro claims both were alongside each other under braking for the corner and Binder tried to hand on around the outside, with the Aprilia rider clattering into him and forcing him off track.
He was given a long lap penalty for the incident, which he served on ...Keep reading
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Bagnaia credits Miller pep talk for wet Thailand MotoGP podium

Sunday’s 25-lap Thailand GP was delayed by almost an hour due to torrential rain, which led to MotoGP’s second wet race of the year.
The first one in Indonesia back in March saw Bagnaia struggle to a distant 15th, while he was over two seconds off the pace in a wet qualifying in Japan last weekend.
As a result, Bagnaia was “upset” when conditions turned on Sunday ahead of the Buriram ...Keep reading
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Singapore GP start procedure delayed due to poor weather

Heavy clouds had built up over the Marina Bay track shortly after the end of the W Series support race and the skies began to darken as the F1 field completed the drivers' parade aboard a fleet of classic cars.
Spots of rain began falling in the paddock an hour and 20 minutes before the 8pm start time, with team radar systems showing an intense rainstorm was expected to hit at 6.55pm.
It ...Keep reading
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Zarco reveals Ducati MotoGP issued instructions for battling Bagnaia

Zarco finished Sunday’s wet Thailand Grand Prix in fourth having piled pressure on Bagnaia in the latter stages for the final podium place.
The Pramac rider was careful in how he approached the battle, given Bagnaia is Ducati’s leading championship hope and is now just two points behind Fabio Quartararo after the Yamaha rider struggled to 17th in Thailand.
Having seen no clean way of ...Keep reading
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Norris: Taking risks, not updates, key to Singapore F1 qualifying pace

However, he acknowledged that the big update package brought by the team this weekend had worked well and done what it was supposed to do, while admitting that it was never expected to generate a dramatic gain in lap time.
Norris struggled in the earlier wet parts of qualifying on intermediate tyres, scraping through Q1 in 15th and then getting out of Q2 in ninth. However, on slicks ...Keep reading
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