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Red Bull signs Honda engine deal for 2019

Red Bull Racing have announced an agreement with Honda Motor Co Ltd to race with the Japanese manufacturer’s power units for the 2019 and 2020 Formula 1 seasons. The team therefore joins sister team Toro Rosso after their switch to Honda ahead of the 2018 season.

Ferrari and Mercedes with similar tyre allocation for the French Grand Prix

Pirelli announced the individual tyre selection of each driver for the forthcoming French Grand Prix which takes place for the first time after a 10-year-long absence.

Le Mans 24: Toyota team quotes

Toyota Gazoo Racing won the 86th Le Mans 24 Hours, taking an historic first victory at its 20th attempt. Both cars ran nearly trouble-free to take a commanding 1-2 finish to flush away the utter disappointment of 2016 that saw Toyota's leading car lose the win in the final lap.

Le Mans 24: Alonso, Buemi and Nakajima win with Toyota

With Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima behind the wheel, Toyota secured its maiden win in the history of the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018. The Toyota Gazoo Racing team's second car came home in second place, making the Toyota-domination perfect.

Current calendar reached the absolute limit

Formula One’s new owner Liberty Media is weighing up the opportunities how it can overhaul the current calendar. With talks underway about more events in America, a possible race in Vietnam, the calendar could see a 25-Grand Prix-long season in the not too distant future.

Le Mans 24: Nakajima takes pole for Toyota #8

Toyota Gazoo Racing is set to see its cars start the Le Mans 24 hours race on Saturday from the best two positions of the grid. In car #8, it was Nakajima who recorded the car's two fastest laps, both of which were good enough for pole position.

Williams sticks to recovery plan - Claire Williams

Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams reassured the Formula One community that her team did not give up its hopes on the 2018 season and wants to find remedy for its current struggles.

Le Mans 24: What you need to know

The week of the 2018 edition of the epic Le Mans 24 hours race is ongoing, with the first official testing kicking off on Wednesday. Here's what you need to know to follow the events going on at Le Mans.

Arrivabene praises Ferrari’s partners, including Shell

After the chequered flag fell in the Canadian Grand Prix, Ferrari’s team principal Maurizio Arrivabene did not hesitate to thank the team’s partners for their continuous support, work and commitment they show towards the fabled Italian marque.

Vettel wins dull Canadian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel won his easiest race of the year, leading the Canadian Grand Prix from start to finish. The German didn't put a foot wrong and kept Bottas at bay, who finished second. Max Verstappen completed the podium in third place after what essentially was a surprisingly dull race.