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Ford gives us another look at the Le-Mans-bound Ford GT, which it's been testing since before the road car was revealed earlier this year.

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The TCR International Series is picking up, and Opel is the latest automaker to announce its new touring-car racer, based on the new Astra, to take part.

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After competing in his first 24-hour race and defending his titles in para-cycling, 48-year-old Alessandro Zanardi wants to race in the Indianapolis 500.

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Nissan And Sony Make Pro Racers Out Of Gamers

The top Gran Turismo 6 players compete at the GT Academy National Finals in Nashville to decide who goes on to Race Camp at Silverstone — and possibly a pro racing career.

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With a divorce between Red Bull and Renault now all but inevitable, the French automaker is looking at next steps that could see it run its own F1 team again.

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Saddled once again with an uncompetitive car and suffocating regulations, Fernando Alonso is growing increasingly tempted to leave Formula One behind for a new challenge at Le Mans.

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Former MotoGP champ Casey Stoner had a horrendous crash during the Suzuka 8 Hours that resulted in fractures to his leg and shoulder. See how it all went wrong in this video.

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The Formula Renault 3.5 Series will have to find another name and another patron as the French automaker will no longer support the pivotal racing series.

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Autoblog recaps the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix. The Hungaroring is the slowest permanent track in the Formula 1 season, but in 69 racing laps we saw perhaps as much action as in every other race of the season combined.

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The Aston Martin Vulcan will show what it can do around Spa during demo laps prior to this weekend's 24-hour race.

Alex Zanardi heads to Spa this weekend. How will the double amputee cope with the rigors of a 24-hour race and sharing a car with two able-bodied drivers?

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Double CART champion and Paralympic gold medal winner Alex Zanardi will line up at Spa for BMW this weekend. We ask the double amputee how he'll cope with the rigors of a 24-hour race and sharing a car with two able-bodied drivers.

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After a nine-month struggle to regain consciousness and recover from injuries sustained in a crash last year, former F1 driver Jules Bianchi was finally laid to rest yesterday in Nice.

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Because the salt is still too wet and muddy, the 2015 Bonneville Speed Week has been cancelled. Last year the event also didn't happen due to heavy rains.

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Troy Ermish has made a career out of keeping Datsun 510s on the road. His personal car is a tuned Nissan Bluebird coupe that makes a wonderful sound.

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Chevy Volt Tie Rod Recall

Two new London bus routes go electric. A Chevrolet Volt is recalled for a tie rod issue. Formula E comes back to Long Beach on April 2, 2016.

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Former Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo says that the late F1 driver Jules Bianchi was earmarked to eventually replace Kimi Raikkonen at the Scuderia, if only he had lived long enough.

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Evo's Richard Meaden hops into a racing-winning, first-generation RX-7 and shows why these coupes are an important part of Mazda's performance legacy. They sound great, too.

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Daniel Rivas Fernandez and Bernat Martinez were evacuated to nearby hospitals following a motorcycle racing crash at Laguna Seca, but ultimately succumbed to their injuries.

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Sportscar365 reports that Nissan is having meetings in Japan to determine the fate of the GT-R LM Nismo racer after a challenging Le Mans debut.

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Jules Bianchi has died following severe head injuries suffered during a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, his family confirmed today.

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