Emmo Fittipaldi Jr to make car racing debut in Danish F4 series in 2021

Fittipaldi – the son of the two-time Formula 1 world champion and Indy 500 winner of the same name – turned 14-years old this month. That makes him eligible for the Danish series, which allows you to race at 14 as long as you become 15 within a year of the season starting.
He has been racing in European karting so far this year, as a part of the Alfa Romeo F1 team’s talent program, Sauber …Keep reading

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Sebring 12H: Nasr keeps AXR Cadillac on top in FP2

The Whelen Engineering car set a best lap of 1min47.323sec in the ex-F1 drivers’ hands, beating Duval’s similar Cadillac DPi-V.R by 0.181sec, as both turned 26 laps overall.
Third fastest was Oliver Jarvis in the Mazda RT24-P which shaded Kevin Magnussen’s best effort in the Chip Ganassi Racing Cadillac by less than one-tenth.
The two Acura ARX-05s of Wayne Taylor Racing and Meyer …Keep reading

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Action not slogans will define anti-racism push in 2021, says Hamilton

Amid activism around the world last year calling for greater racial equality in all areas of society, F1 pledged to improve diversity within the series as part of its ‘We Race As One’ campaign.
As F1’s only black driver, Hamilton led the calls to improve diversity within what he called “a white-dominated sport”.
A pre-race gesture took place in which drivers were allowed to take a …Keep reading

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Bubba Wallace to run Truck race at Bristol Dirt Track

Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Larson, Ryan Newman, and Chase Briscoe are among the other Cup drivers who have entered the Truck Series race.
Wallace will pilot the No. 11 Spencer Davis Motorsport Toyota Tundra in 49th appearance in the Trucks Series, where he has won six times. Notably, Wallace won the Truck race at the Eldora dirt track in 2014. Columbia Sportswear will serve as …Keep reading

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Sebring 12H: Conway heads Cadillac 1-2 in first practice

Conway lapped the 3.74-mile 17-turn course in 1min46.212sec over the course of 27 laps to lead Ganassi’s Renger van der Zande by 0.4sec by the end of the hour-long session.
Meyer Shank Racing’s Acura ARX-05 was third fastest in Dane Cameron’s hands, despite causing a red flag when it stopped on the front straight, while Tristan Vautier was fourth in the JDC-Miller Motorsports …Keep reading

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