Month: August 2018

Toyota World Rally Championship driver Ott Tanak says he is still not fully comfortable with his Yaris despite taking convincing wins on the two most-recent rallies. Back-to-back wins in Finland and Germany have brought the Estonian back into contention for the 2018 title, alongside Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville and M-Sport Ford driver Sebastien Ogier. Tanak is
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Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta has suggested Silverstone must be prepared to resurface its track again to safeguard its MotoGP agreement. The cancellation of last weekend’s race was blamed on the track’s new surface by MotoGP race direction, as it failed to drain properly during persistent rain. Silverstone has launched an investigation into what went wrong,
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Formula 1 teams have approved a plan to introduce rear wing rain lights in 2019 to help the cars stand out more clearly in low visibility conditions, Autosport has learned. At the post-Spanish Grand Prix test earlier this year, Lewis Hamilton trialled a version of the vertical LED light strips as part of an evaluation
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Alexander Rossi says his “astronomical” fuel-saving three-stop strategy at Gateway was frustrating, but is the sort of aggressive tactic he will need to win the 2018 IndyCar title. Rossi was the only driver to complete a three-stop strategy in last Saturday night’s race after his Andretti team-mate Ryan Hunter-Reay’s fuel pressure problem caused a late
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Silverstone has launched an independent track investigation and defended its new surface following the cancellation of the MotoGP races last weekend. After several delays and timetable changes caused by heavy rain, the MotoGP race was cancelled at 4pm on Sunday. Several key figures, including MotoGP race director Mike Webb, blamed Silverstone’s new track surface for
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