Renault Sport Racing is excited to confirm its multinational 2020 Renault Sport Academy line-up with two new recruits Oscar Piastri and Hadrien David joining Max Fewtrell, Christian Lundgaard, Guanyu Zhou and Caio Collet on the programme.
ROKiT Williams Racing is delighted to announce two new appointments that will strengthen its technical team. David Worner, who will be Chief Designer, and Jonathan Carter, who will be Deputy Chief Designer & Head of Design, both have many years of experience in the sport. They will take up these positions in the near future.
PREMA Powerteam is pleased to announce that Brazilian racer Gabriel Bortoleto will be part of the team’s all-new lineup for the 2020 Formula 4 Season. He will enter the full Italian Formula 4 Championship and selected races of the German series. The 15-year-old driver is making the step up to auto racing coming from a complete and successful karting career.
The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) today announced the addition of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as a partner in its IMSA Green Racing program. The DOE joins existing program partners – the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and SAE International.
Hyundai Motorsport crew Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja crashed during the fourth special stage of Rallye Monte-Carlo (SS4 Saint-Clément – Freissinières) on Friday morning.
Dutch motorcycle racer Edwin Straver has passed away last night. Edwin Straver was involved in a crash during the Dakar Rally.
In line with its commitment to support the world’s best female racers competing within a mixed environment, the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission is backing one of its strongest all-female line-ups for an all-out assault on the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with GEAR Racing.
Racing Point F1 has announced that it will launch the car for the 2020 campaign on 17 February 2020.
Formula 1 has announced today that Sean Bratches will step down from his role as Managing Director of Commercial Operations following three years at the organization. He will leave Formula 1 at the end of January 2020 but will continue to support the business in an advisory role from the United States.
The following hearing of the International Court of Appeal will take place in Paris: