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The FIA has launched an investigation into the “unacceptable conduct” of Russian go-kart racer Artem Severiukhin on the podium during an event in Portugal.
Disgraced Italian karter Luca Corberi has been banned from all FIA competition for 15 years for his behaviour in last year's karting world championship final.
MotorSport Vision says it is “incredibly disappointed” fans will not be allowed to attend racing events at national circuits over the next month after a u-turn from the UK government.
Crash.net , one of the world's largest online platforms for motorsport, is looking to hire a junior content executive to help the existing team continue to create the excellent content it is known for.
The government has announced a rescue package of £300m of emergency funding for sports hit by the coronavirus pandemic, with motorsport to receive £6m.
Motorsport UK plans for national motorsport to resume in Britain from July following the enforced hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak of coronavirus forced British motorsport’s governing body to suspend all motorsport events in the UK until June 30 in March.
It has been an unprecedented time amid the worldwide fight against the coronavirus and motorsport has been critically hit by action taken to halt its spread.
Crash Media Group is looking for a creative and knowledgeable junior social media executive to manage all channels at Crash.net. Crash is one of the largest motorsports sites in the world and is going from strength to strength.
Sebastien Ogier, Andre Lotterer and Jamie Chadwick are among the first 11 drivers to have joined the new Extreme E series' roster ahead of its inaugural season in 2021.
Jamie Chadwick has become the first W Series champion after taking fourth place at the Brands Hatch season finale, with major rival Beitske Visser failing to close the gap sufficiently in third place.
Emma Kimilainen became the latest W Series winner on Saturday after defeating Alice Powell in a close fight at the front of the pack at Assen.
Patricio O’Ward will contest the remainder of the 2019 Super Formula championship for Mugen Honda, taking over from Dan Ticktum who has been ousted by Red Bull.
There is still time to get tickets for SpeedMachine this weekend which hosts a festival of motorsport headlined by the British round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.