Northern Ireland will join the World Superbike Championship calendar in 2019 at the new Lake Torrent Circuit.
Fernando Alonso has been cleared to race in this year's Le Mans 24-hour endurance race by McLaren as part of a wider WEC schedule.
Motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss has decided to retire from public life following a long illness.
Former American Formula 1 driver Dan Gurney has died following complications with pneumonia.
Andre Villas-Boas has been forced out of the Dakar Rally at the fourth stage.
Racing driver Billy Monger is preparing to return to motorsport less than nine months after a near-fatal crash cost him both of his legs.
Jack Harvey is aiming for top 10 results in IndyCar in 2018 after securing a deal to contest at least six races with Michael Shank Racing.
British motorsport team Carlin will expand into IndyCar in 2018 with Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball their driver pairing.
British motorcycle rider Daniel Hegarty has died after crashing in the Macau Grand Prix on Saturday.
Defending champion Marc Marquez sealed his fourth MotoGP world title on Sunday as the 2017 season concluded in Valencia.
Race car driver Billy Monger, who lost his legs in a near-fatal crash, has carried out a charity walk to thank the people who saved his life.
Valentino Rossi finished fifth in his comeback race, just 25 days after suffering a double fracture of his right leg.
Valentino Rossi has been passed fit to take part in Sunday's Aragon MotoGP race three weeks after a double leg fracture.
Construction of a new state of the art racing circuit in Northern Ireland commenced on Wednesday.
Valentino Rossi has returned to training just 18 days after suffering a double leg fracture.
Dutch superbike rider Michael van der Mark will replace injured Valentino Rossi for the Aragon round of the MotoGP.
Seven-time motorcycle world champion Valentino Rossi has broken his right leg in two places in an enduro training accident in Italy.
Britain's Jack Harvey will make his IndyCar road course debut this weekend at the famous Watkins Glen circuit.
F1 may be on its summer break, but there is still plenty of top motorsport across Britain to scratch that petrol-head itch in August.
Multiple world champion Angel Nieto has died aged 70, a week after he was involved in a quad bike accident.
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