[ad_1] Sebastien Ogier stretched his Monte Carlo Rally lead as second place changed hands repeatedly on the first daylight stages of the 2018 World Rally Championship opener. Ogier had been 17 seconds clear of Andreas Mikkelsen’s Hyundai following Thursday’s night stages, but his advantage immediately grew when Mikkelsen overshot a junction on Friday’s first stage
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[ad_1] Force India and Sauber have dropped the complaint they made to the European Union Competitions Commission regarding Formula 1’s governance and payment structure. The two teams lodged an official complaint with the Commission in September 2015, citing the division of revenues and drawing up of rules as “unfair and unlawful”. Ferrari, Red Bull, Mercedes,
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[ad_1] Moto2 rider Dominique Aegerter has launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover “additional expenses” for his Kiefer Racing seat. Aegerter’s place on the grid was only confirmed earlier this month after the future of the Kiefer team was plunged into doubt when an investor pulled out. The German squad, which lost co-founder Stefan Kiefer during
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[ad_1] The Force India Formula 1 team’s recent success on a limited budget sets an example that Renault should follow, according to the French manufacturer’s F1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul. Force India finished fourth in F1’s constructors’ championship for the second consecutive season in 2017, two places ahead of the Renault works outfit. Abiteboul suggested
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[ad_1] NASCAR needs to change its “stale” season finale and rotate between circuits, according to 2014 Cup champion Kevin Harvick. The Cup schedule has been shaken up for 2018, including Las Vegas becoming the first race of the playoffs and Charlotte’s ‘roval’ becoming the first infield course to hold a date within the championship-deciding playoffs
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[ad_1] NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Busch believes NASCAR’s push to boost younger drivers’ popularity is “stupid”. With the likes of Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr retiring in recent years, plus Danica Patrick only contesting this season’s Daytona 500 before stopping, NASCAR has lost some of the most recognisable names of this generation.
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[ad_1] NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Busch believes NASCAR’s push to boost younger drivers’ popularity is “stupid”. With the likes of Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr retiring in recent years, plus Danica Patrick only contesting this season’s Daytona 500 before stopping, NASCAR has lost some of the most recognisable names of this generation.
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