Month: October 2018

Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Toyota has confirmed Kris Meeke will join its World Rally Championship line-up in 2019, as predicted by Autosport. The manufacturer announced Meeke’s signing on Wednesday morning, and confirmed Jari-Matti Latvala will remain in a factory Yaris WRC alongside Ott Tanak, who was already
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Nissan Formula E driver Alexander Albon has emerged as favourite to partner Daniil Kvyat at Toro Rosso for the 2019 Formula 1 season. It’s understood that Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko is negotiating with Nissan for the release of the 22-year-old, and
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship is closer to moving out of Wales, but only after it has celebrated a 20th anniversary in the principality next season. This year’s Rally GB was the last in the current agreement with the Welsh Government.
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Takaaki Nakagami will remain with the LCR Honda MotoGP team for the 2019 season. Nakagami graduated from Moto2 to join an expanded two-bike LCR line-up in the premier class this year, racing a year-old Honda RC213V in the colours of long-time sponsor Idemitsu.
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Sauber’s development rate in the 2018 Formula 1 season has transformed the team from a backmarker into a midfield challenger. The progress has given the team a strong foundation ahead of the arrival of current Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen in 2019. Sauber’s technical
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Aric Almirola secured his place in the next round of the NASCAR Cup series playoffs with victory in overtime at Talladega, as his Stewart-Haas Racing team dominated the event. SHR locked out the top four positions for a majority of the 193-lap race,
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Tour of Corsica organisers have confirmed their event will form part of next year’s World Rally Championship after all. The event’s official communication talked of a decision from Friday’s World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris. The FIA’s official announcement still has not
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