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Glickenhaus will challenge Aston Martin at Le Mans with the 007 hypercar

It wants to become the first American firm to win Le Mans since 1967

Genesis topples Lexus in its first J.D. Power dependability survey

Overall dependability is the highest in the survey's history

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Chinese Grand Prix postponed by F1 organizers due to coronavirus

The Chinese F1 race was due to be staged in Shanghai on April 19

Formula One organizers on Wednesday postponed the Chinese Grand Prix that was due to be staged in Shanghai in April, the latest sporting event impacted by the fast-spreading viral infection in the country. One of 22 races on the F1 calendar for 2020 that opens in Melbourne next month, the Chinese Grand Prix was due to be staged on April 19. The decision to postpone the race was taken after a request from the Shanghai promoter to “ensure the health and safety of the travelling staff, championsh

Max is the man for Red Bull as 2020 F1 car revealed

Preferred over Hamilton, Vettel: 'He is in the ascendancy. Lewis is, what, 35?'

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel boast 10 Formula One crowns between them but Red Bull have the "coming man" in Max Verstappen and would say no to both, according to team boss Christian Horner. The two champions are out of contract at the end of the season, by which time 35-year-old Hamilton could have equalled Michel Schumacher's record seven titles. Hamilton is expected to stay at Mercedes but has also been linked to Vettel's place at Ferrari, whose long-term focus is on 22-year-old Moneg

Nissan files civil suit against Ghosn, seeking $91 million in damages

The claim was calculated by adding the costs from what Nissan called Ghosn's 'corrupt practices'

Nissan filed a civil suit Wednesday seeking 10 billion yen ($91 million) in damages from the Japanese automaker's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn. Nissan Motor Co. filed the case in Yokohama District Court to recoup some of the monetary damages suffered, it said, “as a result of years of misconduct and fraudulent activity" by Ghosn. The claim was calculated by adding the costs from what Nissan called Ghosn's “corrupt practices,” such as rent for overseas property, use of corporate jets and paymen

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