Fans can watch every IndyCar qualifying session and race from all 17 rounds live on Sky Sports F1 this season.
McLaren have unveiled the livery for the car Fernando Alonso will drive at the Indianapolis 500 in May.
Violence broke out at Costa Rica's National Motorbike Championship as two riders fought on the track, resulting in two-year bans.
Sky Sports will show every round of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series, including the world-famous Indianapolis 500, on Sky Sports F1 in 2019.
Charlie Martin will race in the Michelin Le Mans Cup in 2019, moving her a step closer to becoming the first transgender competitor in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
A 21-car crash brought the 'Great American Race' to a halt for 25 minutes, as Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 for the second time in four years.
Sophia Florsch flew home to Germany on Monday after undergoing surgery on her fractured spine following a horrific crash at the Macau Grand Prix.
Formula 3 driver Sophia Florsch has vowed to return to motor racing after undergoing successful surgery on the fractured spine she suffered during a crash.
Sophia Florsch's team principal says the Formula 3 driver's surgery after fracturing her spine went "extremely well".
Fernando Alonso will drive for McLaren at the Indy 500 next year.
Marcus Ericsson is to join Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for the 2019 IndyCar series after being dropped by Sauber.
Marc Marquez has won the MotoGP crown for the third time in a row - and the fifth time in his career – after he claimed victory in the Grand Prix of Japan.
Mick Schumacher, the 19-year-old son of seven-times F1 world champion Michael, has won the European Formula Three title.
Charlie Martin thinks the W Series is founded on segregation and "feels like a backwards step".
Lando Norris on a nightmare weekend in Sochi where two retirements ended his F2 title challenge.
George Russell took a massive step towards the F2 title with victory in mixed conditions in the Sprint Race in Russia.
Alexander Albon wins in Russia to move up to second in the standings as pit-stop disaster puts Lando Norris out of the race.
Motorcycling's world governing body has withdrawn the licence of Italian Moto2 rider Romano Fenati until the end of the year.
Romano Fenati has apologised to "the whole sports world" for grabbing a rival's brake lever while travelling at 135mph during a race.
It was a huge week for Lando Norris as McLaren told him he'd be stepping up to F1 with them in 2019.
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