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Le Mans finally catches up to NASCAR.

The SAFER Barrier – widely used in American oval racing – makes its European debut at the Le Mans 24 Hours Test Day this Sunday.

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​Jules Bianchi's family has taken the first steps of legal action against the FIA, the Formula One Group and the Marussia team over the death of their son after the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.

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Ford Performance engineer has worked on the previous 2005 Ford GT, the Shelby GT500, and was the lead engineer on the new Ford GT.

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Damien Walker nails a remarkable stunt.

Damien Walker, a famed stuntman, backflips over a speeding Formula E electric racecar on video.

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Playing muscial cars in the middle of a race brings its own set of challenges.

Mahindra Racing shares the art of the Formula E car swap.

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​Fernando Alonso's accident will be a good test case for fully understanding any downsides to the introduction of the Halo in Formula 1, say leading figures.

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The rules were approved amid skepticism about the benefits of moving away from the previous qualifying format that had proved popular.

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Prodrive shortens nearly three weeks of work to build an Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE down to just 60 seconds in this video. The racecar will compete in the GTE Am class in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

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The popular American actor has decided to take a step back from racing to focus on his "family and acting career."

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Ken Block will compete using a 600-horsepower Ford Focus RS in the FIA Global Rallycross and will have full factory support from the Blue Oval. The racer will also star in Gymkhana 9.

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The FIA has published the official Formula 1 entry list for 2016, which confirms name changes for the Renault and Manor teams.

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Look For 200 kW Next Season, Instead Of 250 kW

Though the plan was to increase output to 250 kW next season, the FIA has delayed the power hike for Formula E in favor of a phased plan. But the cars will weigh a bit less next season and recuperate more power under braking.

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Motorsport.com presents a visual comparison of current Formula 1 cars compared to the cars built to the new regulations in 2017.

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No More Speed Limits!

The FIA granted approval to the Nürburgring's owners for seven proposed safety changes. After the upgrades, there will no longer be speed limits on the famous track for next year.

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The FIA has revealed that Ferrari vetoed a proposed measure to institute a maximum price which engine suppliers could charge independent F1 teams, prompting it to look for an outside supplier.

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Toyota is proving the power of a modern LMP1 car by using its six megajoules of regenerative braking to cook breakfast for 171 people.

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In advance of the upcoming global conference on road safety, the FIA has released this short film called Save Kids Lives, directed by French filmmaker Luc Besson of Transporter and The Fifth Element fame.

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The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has approved the contract for Michelin to continue supplying the tires for Formula E through Season 5 that ends in 2019.

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The FIA has mandated a new wastegate in the exhaust systems of Formula One cars to make them sound better. It also released a revised calendar for the 2016 World Championship.

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The FIA, ACO, and IMSA have named four chassis constructors that will be authorized to provide all the LMP2 prototypes at Le Mans and the four series in which they compete around the world, all powered by a single engine and electronics system.

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Azerbaijan Added To F1 Calendar, Paris to Formula E, New LMP2 & WRC Regulations Approved

The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has announced a vast array of changes for the future of racing, including a new F1 calendar and revised regulations for LMP2 and WRC, among others.

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