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BSB's only female team owner on women in racing If you thought car racing was a male dominated sport, it's nothing compared to motorbikes, where female participation at rider, team management and engineer level is very low
WRC focused on Chinese manufacturers and hybrids The World Rally Championship kicks off with Rally Monte Carlo, part of a 12-round calendar that features first events for Croatia and Belgium and a return of the Safari Rally.
Toto Wolff discusses the future of F1 and cost caps With the retirement of Frank Williams this year, Toto Wolff is now the most successful active team principal in Formula 1
Autosport survey: Fans want sustainability, diversity Formula 1 audience survey reveals overwhelming fan demand for sustainable racing
F1 to stick with hybrid energy, says Head of Strategy As Director of Strategy and business development, Yath Gangakumaran's role is to set the long-term direction for Formula 1
Michele Mouton: Women will win like I did Michele Mouton is a true legend of motorsport. Still the only woman to have won world championship rallies, the sight of her wresting the mighty Audi quattro in the 1980s, matching the top male rally drivers of the time, is as iconic as any moment of Formula 1 or Le Mans history
Rockenfeller starts new electric Esports championship 2013 DTM champion Mike Rockenfeller has started a new electric Esports championship, World eX, to showcase electric vehicle technology
Rosberg: Extreme E unites Hamilton and I for good cause Since his shock decision to retire as a driver after winning the 2016 Formula One world championship, Nico Rosberg has remained in the public eye
McGloin: Kubica won't be last disabled F1 driver Nathalie McGloin is a disabled woman who races on equal terms against able bodied men in Porsches. As a teenager she broke her spine as a passenger in a road accident, now the car has brought her a new purpose
Bell: F1 will soon be "the best it’s ever been" Bob Bell has enjoyed a stellar career as a top engineer in Formula 1 with McLaren, Benetton, Jordan, Renault, and Mercedes.
Miles: IndyCar focused on North America and third OEM Mark Miles, president and CEO of Penske Entertainment Corporation, says IndyCar will remain focused on enhancing its presence in North America and finding a third engine manufacturer
Female F1 driver to come soon, says W Series CEO After a successful 2019 debut season, W Series, the development championship for female race drivers, was forced to cancel its 2020 calendar due to COVID-19
Why social justice and Esports are important to FE Formula E was set up as the racing series with a sense of purpose, to create a more sustainable future
WRX: The future of motorsport has to be electric World Rallycross boss Paul Bellamy discusses what he thinks the future of motorsport will have to be, the role electricity will play, and more.
What's the future for one of the "most risky" races? The Isle of Man TT, the world's oldest motorcycle race, brings in £7 million a year to the island but this year it was cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis
Who should decide on the future of F1? The COVID-19 crisis has given societies and industries around the world a powerful shock and motorsport has certainly not been immune
BTCC boss Alan Gow on the future for touring car racing As the boss of the British Touring Car Championship as well as president of the FIA Touring Car Commission, Alan Gow is the most senior leader in the touring car world
What is the future of F2, F3 in developing F1 talents? In the latest part of the #thinkingforward series, Formula 2 and Formula 3 boss Bruno Michel reflects on how the championships reacted to the COVID-19 crisis and how it plans for a sustainable future
Could streaming replace TV as the way to watch F1? Despite the lack of on-track action, lockdown helped Formula 1 fans to get closer to their heroes through their engagement with streaming platforms such as Twitch. But, asks JONATHAN NOBLE, could this be a feasible future for F1 broadcasting?
F1 won't rush allowing fans back to races Ross Brawn is optimistic Formula 1 could welcome fans back to races towards the end of the European season, but said the series would not rush making a decision
Steiner: F1 must not go back on cost cutting Formula 1 must not row back on its recent drive to cut costs when the world's economic situation improves, says Haas boss Gunther Steiner
IMSA working to get clearance for non-US personnel IMSA is working with the Department of Homeland Security to allow its non-US drivers and personnel to gain entry into the country, the sportscar sanctioning body's president John Doonan says
Esports enjoys "two years' growth in two months" With coronavirus forcing motorsport and the wider world to grind to a halt, one aspect of racing has thrived with predictions for "two years' growth in two months" in Esports
Abiteboul: New rules boost chances of Renault staying Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul reckons F1's 'new deal', involving a wide-reaching package of cost control measures, will boost the chances of his manufacturer remaining in the championship
Ratel: Electric and customer racing will be the future Stephane Ratel believes the current coronavirus crisis is not only reshaping the 2020 season but also the direction of technology, with a future of electric and customer racing on the horizon
Pirelli reveals complexity of F1's restart plans Pirelli's head of Formula 1 and car racing Mario Isola has revealed the complex challenges for his company if racing restarts in July, but he sees no insurmountable obstacle that could stop the sport getting the show back on the road
Vergne: I dream of F1, Formula E hybrid series As part of our #ThinkingForward series, James Allen and Jess McFadyen talk to Jean-Eric Vergne who says as a driver he "would love to see" F1 and Formula E join forces in the future
Brown: 14 or 15-race 2020 season more realistic McLaren team principal Zak Brown believes a championship of 14 or 15 races at 10 venues is more realistic than Formula 1's plans for up to 18 events this season
Horner: F1 must consider customer cars Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Formula 1 must consider 'bold' plans like customer cars in a bid to help all teams survive the coronavirus crisis
Ex-Ferrari boss offers views on motorsport's next steps Ex-Ferrari Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicalli says it would be "criminal" for motorsport not to seize the opportunity for major reform for the future presented by the coronavirus pandemic
What is the future for WEC post-coronavirus? In the latest in our #thinkingforward interview series, Automobile Club de l'Ouest President Pierre Fillon and WEC CEO Gerard Neveu discuss how endurance racing will emerge from the coronavirus pandemic
F1 should "shake down" cost cap to $75 million Formula 1 chiefs should "shake down" the sport's financial model and slash the budget cap to $75 million amid the uncertainty caused by coronavirus, reckons Formula E boss Alejandro Agag
Podcast: Exclusive interview with Jean Todt The outbreak of the coronavirus has plunged the world of sport into chaos and is requiring major rethinks in motorsport on how to safeguard its existence