Porsche, BMW, Corvette Help Michelin Celebrate IMSA's Return to Mid-Ohio

Michelin celebrated the return of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, with an exciting race which saw a great blend of speed, strategy and racecraft. The 11-turn, 2.258-mile circuit provided the first elevation changes and standard length race of the season of two hours, 40 minutes.


Ricky Benton Racing Is Headed to Talladega

The last time Timothy Peters partnered with Ricky Benton Racing (RBR), the pairing resulted in a seventh-place finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) at the half-mile Martinsville Speedway. The team and driver are renewing their partnership in a bigger way.  

Norris celebrates his feature race victory.

Formula 2 Gets Underway In Bahrain

Formula 2 started with a brand-new car, new turbocharged engines and new drivers in Bahrain. One of those rookies, Lando Norris (Carlin) won the Feature Race, while the action-packed Sprint Race won by Russian Time’s Artem Markelov, also contained plenty of tire strategy: even though there were no obligatory tire changes.


Haas F1 Team Sets Its Sights On Shanghai

The third-year Haas F1 Team heads into the third round of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship this Sunday at Shanghai International Circuit intent on showcasing its speed in the Chinese Grand Prix.


Shanghai: An Unusual Tyre Nomination

The season’s third race presents the first nomination of the year with a gap between the selected compounds and in China there’s always a chance of the Cinturato wet weather tyres appearing as well.


Haas F1 Team: Australian Grand Prix Race Recap

It was a gut punch. After running fourth and fifth with 35 laps remaining in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix Sunday at Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean suffered separate retirements...

Ferrari had the winning tire strategy in the first race of the season.

Ferrari Wins A Thrilling Grand Prix In Australia

Pit stop strategy was central to the outcome of the Australian Grand Prix. Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel took advantage of a longer first stint to then make a pit stop under safety car conditions. 

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