The Aussie's stunning move put his hungry young teammate firmly in his place. Read about it here.Read More »
China could have its first Formula One driver next season if the Alfa Romeo team decide to call time on Italian Antonio Giovinazzi.The seat at the Swiss-based team is the only one with any lingering uncertainty around it, after Aston Martin confirmed an unchanged lineup on Thursday, and a fistful of candidates are keen to fill it.
There are lots of things that car makers do to make uber-expensive flagship vehicles feel truly special. There's the premium leather and timber finishes of the interior, complemented by the bespoke high-tech infotainment systems, not to mention the massive display screens that run these functions.
The Supercars event at Winton in Victoria has been cancelled as the championship's COVID-enforced hiatus extends into a third month.Officials confirmed on Thursday the event, scheduled for October 2-3, had been wiped with NSW and Victoria still battling COVID outbreaks.
Speed limits, altering stages year-by-year to avoid complacency and a tiered licensing system are among the recommended steps set to be endorsed by Motorsport Australia following this year's fatal Targa Tasmania race.Competitors Shane Navin, Leigh Mundy and Dennis Neagle all lost their lives in the April event, prompting an investigatory tribunal to be established immediately afterwards.
Formula One have shown a new angle of the brutal crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, showing just how close to peril the 7-time champion came. Read more here.
The final event of the Supercars season will be the Bathurst 1000, organisers have confirmed.Mount Panorama will host six-days of on-track entertainment and racing from November 30 through until the Great Race on Sunday, December 5.
Formula One's governing body will investigate the Italian Grand Prix crash between title contenders Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton because it was 'unusual', according to the race's Australian director Michael Masi.Masi said that although the collision was relatively low-speed, the FIA's safety experts would still take a look.
Formula One fans have condemned the Red Bull driver's actions after the terrifying crash with Lewis Hamilton. More here.
This year's Supercars championship is all but certain to finish with a rescheduled Bathurst 1000 in December after confirmation the Gold Coast 500 has been cancelled.The decision to call off the Surfers Paradise street races was officially announced on Monday but had been flagged by Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate last week.
Daniel Ricciardo's drought-breaking Formula One victory at the Italian grand prix should have heralded an exciting build-up to the Australian grand prix for local fans.The 32-year-old's win at Monza comes just two months before the rescheduled date for the now-cancelled race at Melbourne's Albert Park - struck down by COVID-19 for a second-straight year.
Australia's Remy Gardner is poised for an early taste of life on a MotoGP bike with a test ride for Red Bull KTM in Italy next week.Gardner and Spanish teammate Raul Fernandez will get a half-day of testing with the Austrian marque's main bike at Misano.
The reigning champion has praised F1's 'halo' technology for saving his life in the terrifying incident. Check it out here.
Three-time Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin has led the Grand Prix of Portland for five laps but ultimately it was Alex Palou that won the IndyCar race to reclaim the points lead.Spaniard Palou recovered from first-lap trouble to win for the third time in 2021 with just two races to conclude the season over the next two weekends.
Daniel Ricciardo has broken a three-year drought in dramatic scenes at the Italian Grand Prix. Read all the details here.
Seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton says he's grateful to be alive after being hit on the head by title rival Max Verstappen's car at the Italian Grand Prix.The 'halo' head protection device took most of the blow as the Red Bull lifted up and landed on Hamilton's Mercedes at Monza on Sunday.
Daniel Ricciardo has revealed how he stayed up late on the eve of the Italian Grand Prix to watch British teenager Emma Raducanu's US Open triumph - and how her success proved inspirational before his comeback triumph.Australia's effervescent McLaren driver raced back to the top of the podium on Sunday, ending the team's near nine-year wait for a win.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo has won the Italian Grand Prix in a stunning and dramatic McLaren one-two at Monza.His triumph came after Formula One title rivals Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton took each other out of the race in a collision, which stewards ruled was largely caused by Verstappen, who has been handed a grid penalty for the next Grand Prix.
Pole sitter Francesco 'Pecco' Bagnaia has held off all-time great Marc Marquez in a brilliant duel to win his first MotoGP race at the Aragon Grand Prix.Marquez piled on the pressure on his Honda and tried to overtake Ducati rider Bagnaia seven times with three laps to go, but the Italian took the position right back by lunging on the inside every time in an epic battle for victory.
Australian young gun Oscar Piastri is one step closer to sealing the Formula 2 title in his maiden season after a breakthrough Sunday race win at Monza.After failing to capitalise on pole position in the Sunday feature race at Silverstone in the previous round, Piastri made amends in Italy, holding off China's Guanyu Zhou in the 30-lap race.
Daniel Ricciardo is daring to dream after securing his return to the Formula One front row with McLaren at Monza.Second place on the Italian Grand Prix grid was Ricciardo's best qualifying performance since he took pole in Mexico for Red Bull in 2018 with then-teammate Max Verstappen alongside.
Elated Australian F1 star Daniel Ricciardo has declared that he's back in business after a third place finish in the experimental sprint race qualifier earned him a place on the front row at the Italian Grand Prix.Ricciardo, who's struggled to make an impact in his first season with McLaren while constantly being outshone by Lando Norris, at last eclipsed his British teammate in the novel 18-lap dash at Monza to earn a world championship point on Saturday.
Francesco Bagnaia has claimed his second pole of the MotoGP season after setting a lap record at the Aragon Grand Prix in Alcaniz, while edging out his Australian teammate Jack Miller in a Ducati one-two.The pair were joined on the front row by Yamaha's world championship leader Fabio Quartararo whose closest challenger, Suzuki's Joan Mir, could only finish seventh fastest in Saturday's qualifying.
Outgoing Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas put in a "mega lap" to beat his world champion teammate Lewis Hamilton and qualify fastest for Saturday's experimental Italian Grand Prix sprint race.The Finn, whose departure from the team at the end of the season was announced this week, did a one minute 19.