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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.

Motorsports

Competitor's tire came down on halo rather than driver's head

Japanese F2 driver Tadasuke Makino reckons the new 'halo' head protection device, which made its debut in the junior series and Formula One this season, saved his life in a race at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.

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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.

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Fox Sports for sure - and YouTube is a solid maybe.

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This is the first FIA-sanctioned drifting competition.

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It will be drivers' final steppingstone to Formula One.

There is now a full pathway from karting to F1.

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At an average speed of over 85 mph, Tänak was faster than anyone.

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The Halo didn't make it to the starting grid in 2017, and might not be there in 2018.

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Mattias Ekström's EKS team gets factory support for its Audi S1 EKS RX Quattro race car.

A Belgian race car driver won an unexpected victory at the 2016 FIA GT World Cup race last weekend when he slid to victory on the roof of his car.

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The race-prepped hybrid sets 157.825-mph record at Bonneville.

The Hyundai Ioniq has set an FIA-approved speed record for a production-based hybrid.

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Ford's factory racer can compete in any series that allows GT4-class cars.

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The S-Dream Streamliner set a record at Bonneville.

That also makes it the fastest Honda car ever.

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Jaguar Classic will soon show a completed XKSS continuation car and the Lightweight E-Type will go racing with a famous driver behind the wheel.

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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.

​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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