Rookie IndyCar driver Mikhail Aleshin has been released from an Indianapolis hospital and is expected to make a full recovery from injuries suffered in a crash last month.
Formula One teams say they are not concerned about next month's race in Sochi, despite the Russian resort being close to the conflict area in Ukraine.
Marussia says Alexander Rossi of the U.S. has joined the Formula One team as its new reserve driver.
Organizers insist Russia's first Formula One Grand Prix will go ahead as planned despite an airliner being shot down in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine.
Russian driver Mikhail Aleshin was the fastest of the five rookies on the track Monday at Indianapolis.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has signed Russian driver Mikhail Aleshin for its second IndyCar entry in 2014.
The Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi is set to host its first Formula One grand prix next year after motorsport's governing body published a provisional calendar including a record 22 races.
American driver Conor Daly walked away unharmed from a spectacular crash during a GP3 series race in Monaco on Saturday.
The Caterham Formula One team has followed its signing of Russian driver Vitaly Petrov for next season by bringing in Russian petrochemical company Sibur as a sponsor.
Russian driver Vitaly Petrov is replacing Jarno Trulli at the Caterham Formula One team.
In a century of racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, we will see something Sunday no one has ever seen before in any Indy 500: white-knuckle, hold-your-breath, double-file restarts.
Russia has a Formula One team again after Marussia Virgin Racing confirmed it would be switching from a British license.
Lotus Renault says Vitaly Petrov will team with Robert Kubica next year in the Formula One world championship.
Russian sports car manufacturer Marussia Motors bought a "significant" stake in Virgin Racing's Formula One team Thursday.
Russia signed a deal with Formula One that will allow the nation to host a Grand Prix race near the Black Sea resort of Sochi starting in 2014.
Renault brought back its vintage black and yellow colors for its 2010 Formula One car, looking to shake off memories of last season's crash scandal.