WRC legends Ogier, Loeb eyeing more outings in 2022

Ogier and Loeb rejoined the WRC with respective Toyota and M-Sport-Ford teams for their third starts of partial campaign this season in Kenya last weekend.
Both endured their fair share of misfortune tackling Kenya’s unique tough gravel roads, with Ogier leading the rally until a puncture late on Friday cost him two minutes, which dropped last year’s Safari winner to fourth where he …Keep reading

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Risi Ferrari the “serial bridesmaid” after second at The Glen

After qualifying third for the penultimate Michelin Endurance Cup event of the year, Davide Rigon and Daniel Serra showed rapid pace in the #62 Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo, grabbing the lead from the #25 RLL BMW M4 GT3 of John Edwards, Connor de Phillippi and Augusto Farfus with two hours to run.
Serra, who was then in the driving seat, had stretched out a lead of nearly 20 seconds when the race had to …Keep reading

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Mercedes hopes 2026 F1 engine rules delay doesn’t drag too much

German car manufacturers Porsche and Audi had hoped to confirm their entries to F1 around the time of this year’s Austrian Grand Prix, once the new rules had been set in stone by a World Motor Sport Council vote on June 29.
But amid indications that final tweaks to the framework of the rules have not yet been sorted, there is the possibility that it could miss that slot – and …Keep reading

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Hamilton calls for changes to “archaic mindsets” after Piquet racial slur

Piquet made a racial slur while referring to Hamilton in an interview on a Brazilian podcast towards the end of last year, with the comments emerging this week.
It led to Piquet’s comments being condemned by both F1 and the FIA, while Hamilton’s Mercedes team also issued a statement lending it support to the seven-time world champion. 
Hamilton took to social media to address the …Keep reading

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