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Daniel Ricciardo returns to Red Bull as third driver for 2023 Formula 1 season
Daniel Ricciardo is "excited to be coming back home" after being confirmed as Red Bull's third driver for the 2023 Formula 1 season.See the Story
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Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo: the 1,030 hp beast that many will be able to drive
The Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo uses in-game aerodynamic features seen elsewhere in the Ferrari line-up but turned up to extremes. The front features an S-duct, there are wheel arch air outlets and a flat floor made from carbon fibre. Steering is in theory steer-by-wire, but, like a simulator, Ferrari will use haptic force feedback through the wheel.See the Story
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Red Bull move offers Ricciardo best chance of instant F1 comeback
Daniel Ricciardo will drive for Red Bull in 2023. The Australian agreed on an early parting of ways with McLaren this year. McLaren CEO Brown believes that it could offer him an immediate chance to show he still has what it takes to win in F1. He cites the example of former Mercedes reserve Nyck de Vries, who did such a good job as stand-in for Alex Albon at Williams at the Italian GP that he landed a race seat at AlphaTauri.See the Story
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Ricciardo sometimes "a little too lost" in McLaren F1 difficulties in 2022
Daniel Riccardo says he was sometimes 'a little too deep and a little too lost' when analysing his struggles at McLaren over the past two Formula 1 seasons.See the Story
Thiim targeting "proper" DTM shot in 2023 with Aston Martin
GT racing star Nicki Thiim wants to have a “proper” assault on the DTM in 2023 with Aston Martin after an ill-fated attempt with Lamborghini this year that ended after just two rounds.See the Story
Number 1 returns to Supercars grid
Recently-crowned Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen will carry the #1 on his T8 Commodore at the season-ending Adelaide 500.The #1 will replace van Gisbergen's traditional #97 which he has continued to carry even in his title-defending seasons in 2017 and 2022.Given Scott McLaughlin carried the #17 in his title-defending seasons (2019 and 2020) and then left for the US after winning ...Keep readingSee the Story
IMSA teams playing "cat and mouse game" in combined LMDh tests
Cadillac, Acura, BMW and Porsche all in a race against time to have their new LMDh contenders ready for the Daytona 24 Hours in January. The four manufacturers have shared the track a number of times in the last few months, most recently at Sebring. Sebastien Bourdais believes it remains difficult to draw meaningful comparisons without having an understanding of the setting rival manufacturers are running their cars to.See the Story
PHM Racing to take over Charouz F2 and F3 entries
PHM Racing will race in Formula 2 and Formula 3 next season. The team will be operated by Charouz Racing System. PHM was founded in 2021 by Paul H Muller. It will make its first appearance in Bahrain for pre-season testing on 14-16 February.See the Story
Ben Sulayem dismisses F1 talk of "bad relationship" with FOM
Ben Sulayem says he and F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali work well together. The FIA president has rubbished suggestions of friction between himself and FOM. He says that his relationship with FOM is going from strength to strength. He also insists that his interest in the sport is strong.See the Story
Stoner could manage Ducati MotoGP bike better than electronics
Gabarrini has been crew chief to the two riders to claim MotoGP world titles for Ducati, Stoner in 2007 and Francesco Bagnaia this year. He also worked with Stoner at Honda when he took his second world title in 2011. Gabarrini highlighted the intricacies of the Australian's control on the Desmosedici GP7 at the start of the 800cc era.See the Story
How Cadillac put its stamp on the LMDh concept
The new V-LMDh will race in both WEC and IMSA with Ganassi and Action Express. Cadillac will be competing in the World Endurance Championship and the IMSA SportsCar Championship next year against so many high-level brands. The exciting thing for me in the new era of sportscar racing is that the fans will be watching huge grids that aren't made up of cookie-cutter cars.See the Story