Ferrari's Fernando Alonso won a dramatic Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, giving the Italian team one of its more unlikely victories in its long history.
Bobby Labonte is looking forward to his new gig with the Pettys. But he wants to give the No. 18 team one more win before he leaves.
As his six-year run with Ferrari comes to a close, Rubens Barrichello has many fond memories. Of course, some things he'd prefer to forget.
Marussia says Alexander Rossi of the U.S. has joined the Formula One team as its new reserve driver.
Mercedes says its motorsport chief Toto Wolff will attend the Hungarian Grand Prix this week despite breaking several bones in a cycling crash in his native Austria.
All Formula One teams have removed the front and rear interconnected suspension from their cars before the German Grand Prix after FIA said the system could be illegal.
Team Penske has been so strong in the IndyCar series this season that any one of its drivers could win Saturday night.
NASCAR executive Robin Pemberton said rules could be tweaked to prevent teams from trying to scheme ways to post the fastest laps during the three knockout stages.
Haas Automation has become an official sponsor of Ferrari through the 2015 Formula One season.
Formula One team Caterham has been sold to a group of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors led by former HRT team boss Colin Kolles.
Former NASCAR team owner Junie Donlavey raced just for the love of racing, writes Ed Hinton.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has played down what appeared to be a veiled criticism of the team by Fernando Alonso and has given his backing to the two-time Formula One champion.
Ferrari drivers and staff have gathered to send a message of hope to Michael Schumacher and commemorate his first Formula One victory at the Spanish Grand Prix with the team he led to five world championships.
Ferrari's new team principal, Marco Mattiacci, arrived at the Chinese Grand Prix on Friday wearing large sunglasses -- on an overcast day.
NASCAR team owner Gene Haas says he plans to field an American-based Formula One racing series team within the next two years.
Mercedes says its technical director will leave the Formula One team at the end of the 2014 season and will not be replaced.