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Busch dominates field in Richmond win
Kurt Busch put on a dominating performance to win the Toyota Owners 400 on Sunday afternoon at Richmond International Raceway. Read full article
Injured fans in 'serious' condition
Three spectators were in a serious condition on Sunday after a car careered off the track and ploughed into the crowd at the Rally of Argentina, organisers said. Read full article
Schumacher's son wins on his debut
Michael Schumacher's 16-year-old son Mick sprayed the winner's champagne after capping an impressive debut weekend in German Formula Four with the first victory of his motor racing career on Sunday. Read full article
Meeke's maiden win ends Ogier run
Britain's Kris Meeke brought an end to Volkswagen's monopoly of the World Rally Championship as the Citroen driver recorded his first ever victory at this level in the Rally of Argentina on Sunday. Read full article
Marquez in doubt for Spanish GP
MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez's participation in next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix is in doubt after he broke a finger during a crash in training, Spanish media reported on Saturday. Read full article
Meeke leads as crash mars Rally of Arg
Citroen duo Kris Meeke and Mads Ostberg led the Rally of Argentina on Saturday, but the race was overshadowed when six spectators were hurt after a car careered off the track. Read full article
Pressure on debutant Schumacher Jnr
Michael Schumacher's 16-year-old son starts his Formula Four career this weekend under the pressure of living up to the famous family name of the seven-time Formula One world champion. Read full article
Meeke leads, engine trouble for Ogiers
Kris Meeke held a comfortable lead at the end of the first day of the Rally Argentina on Friday with only 10 cars remaining in the event. Read full article
F1 technology moves into new heights
Formula One's cutting-edge aerodynamic technology is moving into the supermarket chill cabinet. Read full article
No short-term fixes for Red Bull
Staying with Renault represents Red Bull's best hope of Formula One success but there will be no short-term fixes for the team's current woes, according to principal Christian Horner. Read full article
De Puniet 'lucky' he wasn't hurt
Crashing into his teammate's Voltcom Crescent Suzuki at Assen, Randy de Puniet has revealed he was "lucky" to escape without injury. Read full article
Lewis still has work to do in Europe
After winning three out of four races and taking a 27-point lead in the standings, Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has a new challenge as he and Mercedes prepare for the start of the European season. Read full article
Terol 'very unlikely' to race at Imola
Nico Terol is battling to be fit for the Italian round of the Superbike Championship following his crash at Assen over the weekend. Read full article
'You're going to catch me', Stewart tells Hamilton
Jackie Stewart, Britain's only triple Formula One world champion, knows his record is on borrowed time after Lewis Hamilton's storming victory in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. Read full article
Van der Mark hails 'amazing weekend'
Michael van der Mark enjoyed a dream SBK home debut in the Netherlands this weekend as he claimed back-to-back podiums. Read full article
Ferrari revived, but Mercedes retain control
Buoyed by the a revitalised driver pairing and a much-improved power unit, Ferrari have breathed new life into Formula One’s world championship battle this year – and appear ready to make it stick. Read full article
Ferrari to play 'carrot and stick' with Kimi
Ferrari are prepared to play a game of 'carrot and stick' with Kimi Raikkonen to keep Formula One's top Finn performing at his best. Read full article
Qatar F1 race hopes appear distant
Qatar's hopes of joining the Formula One calendar in the near future appear to have receded after Bernie Ecclestone indicated he was unlikely to add a third Middle Eastern race to the schedule just yet. Read full article
Kenseth wins epic Bristol battle
In a race delayed and interrupted by rain, and ended in overtime, Matt Kenseth broke a drought of more than a year's standing in Sunday's Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes at Bristol Motor Speedway. Read full article
Rea delighted with Assen double
Jonathan Rea has said that he intends to savour the moment after his double win in Assen this weekend. Read full article
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