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The F1 and WEC veteran 'will be going to the race weekend without testing.'

Kobayashi will race alongside Antonio Felix da Costa in Hong Kong on Dec. 2 and 3.

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Audi and Jaguar have serious competition.

Andretti will run a newly developed BMW powertrain.

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NextEV TCR has confirmed McLaren protégé Oliver Turvey to drive alongside champion Nelsinho Piquet for the upcoming 2015-16 FIA Formula E Championship, as Andretti signs Dutch driver Robin Frijns to partner with Simona de Silvestro.

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Simona de Silvestro Behind The Wheel For Andretti Next Season

Andretti Autosport is investing in emerging talent by signing Simona de Silvestro as the only female driver on the grid so far for Formula E next season.

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Andretti is bringing former F1 driver Justin Wilson over from Indy to race in Formula E at the upcoming Moscow ePrix, the penultimate round of the championship's inaugural season.

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Behold the Volkswagen Beetle that Tanner Foust and Scott Speed will be driving in the 2015 Global Rallycross Championship, packing a bigger engine with more power.

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Scott Speed was the last American to race in Formula One. Now he's set to compete in America's first Formula E race for an American powerhouse.

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Mario Andretti ranks among motorsports' all-time greatest drivers, and now there's a chance to own what is claimed to be his personal 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 on eBay Motors.

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First Race Is This Weekend In Uruguay

With few notable exceptions, racing drivers don't tend to last very long in Formula One, but lately it seems that Formula E is the top choice for many grand prix veterans. And now the electric racing series can count one more as Jean-Eric Vergne has signed on.

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Earlier this year at the Chicago Auto Show, Volkswagen showed us its latest foray into motorsports, the Beetle GRC global rallycross machine. Now, the Beetle is officially making its public debut, and while it looks a little different, it's still packing one heck of a punch.

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Honda and the Andretti family have a lot to celebrate at the moment. Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay won the 2014 Indianapolis 500 in his Honda-powered car, and Marco Andretti, Mario's grandson, also managed to take the third step on the podium. Apparently, the victory is making them feel magnanimous because Honda and Mario Andretti are giving the chance to ride with him in a two-seat, open wheel car.

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Gran Turismo 6 hits the shelves today, y'all. Unless you're waiting for Santa to stuff a copy in your stocking (or have been embargoed from buying video games until after the holidays by well-meaning loved ones), you should probably go out an pick up a copy of The Real Driving Simulator's latest iteration. We're in the process of reviewing the title right now... stay tuned for more on that next week.

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The IndyCar grid was split pretty evenly this season between Honda and Chevy power. Thing is, most of the front-running teams have been running Chevrolet engines. Except for Chip Ganassi Racing, the team that fields the likes of Ryan Briscoe, Scott Fixon and Dario Franchitti – but earlier this month Chip Ganassi announced it was switching to Chevy engines too, just like most of the other pack-leading teams.

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The United States has had a colored history in Formula One. The US Grand Prix has bounced around more locations than a pop-up restaurant, we haven't sent one of our own into F1 since Scott Speed flunked out five years ago, and for all the racing Americans participate in at home, we've only produced two world champions. But one of those is hinting that we could be in for a change.

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The FIA's Formula E World Championship is picking up steam. We reported earlier this week that the series had confirmed a ten-race calendar that would start in 2014 and bring the series to North and South America, Europe and Asia. We also mentioned that Formula E's boss Alejandro Agag was in the process of recruiting teams for the new series, with a particular focus on the front runners of Formula One.

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Being a race official is one of those things that nobody notices until it goes wrong. And wrong it went this past weekend in New Hampshire.

The Indy 500 has all sorts of unique rules. The qualifying format we recently reported on is one of them, and so is the driver replacement rule. The regulations state that a team may replace a driver who qualified for the race with one who didn't, resulting in the revised entry moving to the back of the grid. And that's exactly what's happened with AJ Foyt Enterprises driver Bruno Junqueira and Andretti Autosport's Ryan Hunter-Reay (pictured above practicing last weekend at Indy).

Ronin ranks high on the list – Click above to watch video after the jump

What, Danica Patrick's inclusion in the sport isn't enough to generate sufficient interest? Guess not. Seemingly in an attempt to generate some additional excitement in the 17-race 2010 IndyCar Series schedule, Randy Bernard, first-year chief executive of the Indy Racing League, has announced that there will be three different winners after the season is done and over with. Why? We'll let Bernard explain: