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Only for those ‘involved in the company's motorsports programs’

Only for those "involved in the company's motorsports programs."

Motorsports

‘The celebrity was not to blame,’ but someone could have gotten hurt

'The celebrity was not to blame,' but someone could have gotten hurt.

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FIA wants road-like cars with LMP1 performance leading the field in 2020

FIA wants road-like cars with LMP1 performance leading the field in 2020.

First Drive

The changes don't explain how drastically different it feels

The changes don't explain how drastically different it feels

Report

Private sale was at nearly double the last auction price for one of these

Private sale was at nearly double the last auction price for one of these.

Report

Spoiler: The Chrysler 200 didn't make it

Spoiler: the Chrysler 200 didn't make it.

Official

Investors demand it of outgoing CEO: ‘FCA is way behind rivals’

Investors demand it of outgoing CEO: 'FCA is way behind rivals.'

Official

Surprise supercar! And it looks fast

Surprise supercar! And it looks fast.

Video

Seriously, that guy's the new Selleck?

Wait, that's the new "Magnum P.I."? That guy? Really? I mean, he doesn't need to have a mustache. Or a Hawaiian shirt. Or really short shorts. But come on, there's nothing displayed by Jay Hernandez in the above "Magnum P.I." trailer that says "I have charisma and likability comparable to Tom Selleck." Now, is that even possible? Probably not, Tom Selleck is, well, Tom Selleck. But much as Chris Pine successfully captured Captain Kirk's bravado without doing a William Shatner impression, such a

Motorsports

Bottas' second place earns Mercedes a one-two finish

Lewis Hamilton won the Spanish Grand Prix in a commanding Mercedes one-two on Sunday to stretch his Formula One lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who finished fourth, to 17 points. The victory, in a race that stayed dry despite the threat of rain, was the Briton's second of the season, 64th of his career and third at the Circuit de Catalunya. It also set a record, one that Hamilton had previously shared with seven times champion Michael Schumacher, of 41 wins from pole position.

Motorsports

The idea is to reduce turbulence for closer driving

Formula One has approved aerodynamic rule changes for 2019 aimed at promoting closer racing by making it easier for cars to overtake, the sport's governing body said on Tuesday.

Quick Spin

Ferrari's award-winning 3.9-liter flat-plane-crankshaft V8 is the star

Full-throttle acceleration in the Ferrari 488 Pista is genuinely terrifying. Wheelspin is a genuine threat at any road-legal speed — and when that happens, its rear end steps out with the same violence as the car accelerates. And that is saying something. The 488 Pista is diabolically quick. Like, hallelujah-hold-on-tight, praise-the-lord, scream-like-a-child and slap-yo-momma quick.

Motorsports

"Ferrari were just way too quick," said Red Bull’s Max Verstappen

Ferrari made Formula One rivals sit up and take notice after an ominous show of speed in qualifying for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. World championship leader Sebastian Vettel took pole position with a lap more than half a second faster than that of Valtteri Bottas, the fastest of the two Mercedes drivers in third place. The German's best time of one minute, 31.095 seconds -- a Shanghai circuit record -- turned up the heat on a chilly afternoon with Finnish team mate Kimi Raikkonen joining him o

Gruesome accident in pitstop breaks man's leg

Ferrari was fined 50,000 euros ($61,385) on Sunday after one of its Formula One mechanics was hit by Kimi Raikkonen's car and suffered a broken leg during a Bahrain Grand Prix pitstop.

Motorsports

Ferrari finishes first and third, with a Mercedes in between

Sebastian Vettel made full use of the virtual safety car to sneak in front of Lewis Hamilton and hold off the frustrated champion to win Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.

Report

Expect it to improve both performance and fuel economy

Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne says the sports car maker will introduce a hybrid V8 next year.

Featured

Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren and Red Bull all retain their drivers

All 10 cars for the 2018 Formula One season have been revealed.