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Only weeks after returning to the global motorsports calendar after hosting the 2019 Intercontinental GT Challenge finale, Kyalami will host another round of the 2020/21 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) super season.
South Africa's Juan Stemmet will be going head-to-head with some of the best drift racers across the world this weekend as he competes in the FIA Intercontinental Drifting Cup (IDC) in Japan.
'As far as we are concerned, F1 will be in Sao Paulo for another ten years. We will move forward in the first week of December with Chase Carey and his team to formalise this ten year deal,' says mayor Joao Doria.
The last round of the 2019 FIA World Rallycross Championship promises to be not just one of the best events the Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town has ever seen.
Daniil Kvyat says he does not want to get involved in a fight between the drivers and the FIA over a controversial helmet rule.
Sebastian Vettel warned that Formula 1 was going in the 'wrong direction' by reverting to heavier and slower cars, as unveiled in the sport's launch of its new regulations for 2021 and beyond.
Max Verstappen's father says the Red Bull driver should not have commented on the yellow flag situation following Valtteri Bottas' qualifying crash in Mexico.
'Several' Ferrari rivals have asked the FIA to look into the legality of the Italian team's engine.
The reverse grid qualification proposal will not go ahead in 2020 after Formula One team bosses reportedly didn't give it the stamp of approval.
Dr Helmut Marko had what he described as a "very important" meeting with Honda last Monday.
All eyes will be focused on Japan this weekend as Cape Town drift racer Juan Stemmet does battle with some of the best in the business. Watch the action live here!
The FIA launched a global contest to encourage and reward smart driving, open to all motorists and all types of cars.
'We just want fairness in Formula 1. We are not talking about 5HP, the difference is 50HP,' says a Honda official.
World champion Lewis Hamilton suspects the FIA might be getting to the bottom of Ferrari's engine power advantage.
"But we definitely want to be within 2, 3 seconds of what we are doing now, because if it's going to be 4 or 5 it feels a bit too slow. It's not what we want," says Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
Ferrari's potential veto against the newly-announced 2021 regulations could still be triggered.
Renault has been excluded from the results of the recent Japanese GP, following a protest lodged by rival Racing Point, in which it was alleged that it's cars featured "pre-set lap distance-dependent brake bias adjustment" systems.
Ferrari is keeping its historic and highly controversial right to 'veto' Formula 1 rules, according to publication La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Ralf Schumacher says Renault may have been getting a 'big advantage' from an automated brake bias system that is now under FIA scrutiny.
Mattia Binotto has suggested that Formula 1 is in for a difficult meeting in Paris this week.
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