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All-electric racing's top prize is up for grabs on the 2nd and 3rd of July at London's Battersea Park, where Lucas di Grassi and Sebastien Buemi will do battle. The winner will succeed last year's victor, Nelson Piquet Jr – in what is the world’s only all-electric single-seater racing series. Sam Bird has a theoretical chance of winning the crown, but he will need to come first in the two races, secure fastest lap and pole position bonus points, while crossing his fingers that his two...
The Isle of Man TT race is one of the most challenging and exciting – not to mention dangerous – motorcycle events on Earth. It is that adrenaline-pumping peril that is arguably what makes the TT so compelling to watch. Riders approach speeds of 200mph as they twist and turn their way through Manx towns and villages, and across bucolic farmland – often missing walls, hedgerows and spectators by just a foot or two.
As the first Grand Prix of the F1 season approaches, racing fans everywhere are quietly contemplating the 21-race calendar. 3am wake-ups and late, late nights will be necessary to catch some of the action, which begins in Australia on March 21 (1am UK time) and concludes in Abu Dhabi on November 27 (8am). F1 is the stuff of dreams for many of our breakdown cover customers. The notion of ever getting behind the wheel of an F1 car is considered all but impossible for the majority.
The forthcoming F1 season will feature a new elimination-style qualification system, despite some opposition from teams, drivers and fans. F1 bosses gave the new qualification system the green light on Friday. The decision means the new system will be in place for the Australian Grand Prix on March 19. Calls to alter the system in order to avoid an empty track at the end of qualifying have been ignored.
With several days left of Motorcycle Live, there's still time to get down to the NEC in Birmingham and enjoy one of the largest motorbike shows in Europe. The show features four halls filled with the latest modern motorcycles. More than 30 of the world's leading motorcycle manufacturers are attending this year, showcasing their forthcoming models for 2016. Along with plenty of motorcycles ...
Lewis Hamilton (ChanStockPhoto/ Having launched a cap at Hamilton in Austin, Texas, Nico Rosberg failed to follow up with a (potentially more painful) sombrero after the action-packed Mexico Grand Prix. The Englishman had shunted his German teammate on the first corner of the US leg, prompting the furious cap incident: 'Lewis Hamilton was aggressive, he took it too far,' said R...

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