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Explained: Volkswagen's all-electric Pikes Peak challenge 

The I.D. R Pikes Peak programme is a serious effort with big implications for the multiple World Rally champion teams motorsport future, and it has three-time Pikes Peak winner and double Le Mans 24 Hours victor Romain Dumas at the wheel.VW insists its target is the electric vehicle Pikes Peak record rather than Sebastien Loeb and Peugeots outright benchmark from 2013.But the event ... Keep reading...

Insight: The trackside laboratory crucial to Ferrari’s F1 success

Inside Shell’s trackside laboratory at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, you’d never think that Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari Formula 1 car is sat just a few feet away on the other side of the wall. In here, the environment is strictly controlled to allow for scientific tests. Outside, it’s very tidy and organised, as you’d expect from F1 standards, but it’s still a working ... Keep reading...

Castroneves, Taylor say Acura can win 2018 IMSA title

The two AXR Cadillac DPi-V.Rs currently share the championship lead at the halfway point in the championship, but the Acura lineups of Castroneves/Taylor and Juan Pablo Montoya/Dane Cameron lie third and fifth, just 14 and 18 points behind respectively.Taylor, who last season won the IMSA Prototype title with his brother in their father’s Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac, told ... Keep reading...

Honda's tortured path to its Red Bull chance

Red Bulls decision to switch to Honda engines in Formula 1 next season is just reward for the Japanese manufacturers perseverance on a sometimes tortured path.Honda returned to grand prix racing in 2015 with McLaren, a disappointing reunion that promised so much but delivered so little over three seasons.It has enjoyed the opportunity of a recovery campaign with Toro Rosso ... Keep reading...

Porsche: Bourdais had no right to complain about Makowiecki

Makowieckis #91 Porsche was locked in a fierce battle with the #68 Ford of Bourdais in the latter stages of the race over second in the GTE Pro class, trading positions several times and coming close to contact.After his stint, IndyCar star Bourdais hit out at Makowiecki for what he described as unacceptable driving, as well as blasting the Le Mans stewards for not penalising his ... Keep reading...

Honda decision was "pretty clear cut," says Horner

Red Bull had insisted that it would wait for a second outing for Toro Rosso with the updated Honda engine in France, but the team ultimately chose to follow a deadline set by Renault and made a call before the Paul Ricard event.Renaults Cyril Abiteboul hinted today that Red Bulls decision was not made solely for technical reasons, although Horner is adamant that it was.Horner ad ... Keep reading...