This weekends Hungarian Grand Prix represents Williams final chance for a points finish before the summer break. A points finish at the Hungaroring this weekend may taste just as sweet as Nelson Piquet’s win at the venue for the team back in 1986.
George Russell is set to face his best opportunity yet of a points finish for Williams at this weekends Hungarian Grand Prix, where overtaking is very difficult making a strong qualifying essential. Can Mr Saturday rise to the challenge?
The battle for honours in the 2021 British F4 Championship recommences this weekend at Oulton Park, with title contenders James Hedley and Matthew Rees looking to steal a march as we approach the midway point in a fascinating season
Donington Park hosted an incident-packed British GT race on Sunday, as Richard and Sam Neary took their first British GT win with Team Abba Racing.
Century Motorsport’s Gus Burton and Will Burns took their second win of the season in GT4.
IndyCar driver Sage Karam, who finished seventh in the Indianapolis 500 in May, returns to the Brickyard in a stock car for the first time next month when he runs the NASCAR Xfinity race on the road course for Jordan Anderson.
A clerical mistake in which Hendrick Motorsports accidentally allocated one of Chase Elliott’s engines to team-mate Alex Bowman at New Hampshire has resulted in NASCAR penalising both teams with $50,000 fines and 25-point deductions in the standings.
With COVID-19 taking a toll on the Supercars calendar, the series’ revised schedule further impacts the Boost Mobile Super Trucks as they will not race at Auckland or Perth. The Sydney weekend has been postponed from its original August date to November.
13 drivers, the most since 2018, make up the upcoming Stadium Super Trucks grid at Nashville: Stanton Barrett, Matt Brabham, Max and Robby Gordon, Ricky Howerton, Bill Hynes, Ricky Johnson, Bo LeMastus, Arie Luyendyk Jr., Jett Noland, Robert Stout, Zach Van Matre, and Jeff Ward.
With the Sydney SuperNight at Sydney Motorsport Park being postponed from its original 21/22 August weekend due to COVID-19, the Boost Mobile Super Trucks are stuck with six rounds and race-less in August unless a new date is found.