Red Bull ‘surprised’ by gap to Ferrari, says Perez

Sergio Perez says Red Bull has been taken aback by the deficit to Ferrari so far at Formula 1’s Monaco Grand Prix.

Herta unhurt in huge Indy 500 Carb Day practice crash

Colton Herta escaped unhurt after a huge crash in final practice ahead of Sunday's Indianapolis 500, which caused the Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver to roll and land upside down.

Toyota GR86 2022

Perfection? Not quite, but nothing this usable gets so gloriously close for the asking price

WRC drivers call for improved Pirelli rubber after Portugal punctures

Several World Rally Championship drivers have called for improvements to the control Pirelli tyres following a spate of punctures at Rally Portugal last weekend.

60 years of the Alpine A110

The Safest New Cars for 2022

Cars such as the Acura TLX, Genesis G70, and Subaru Outback all earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award for 2022.

Prospective manufacturers “must be brave” to race in MotoGP now

Honda’s Pol Espargaro says any potential manufacturers wanting to race in MotoGP “must be brave with a lot of money” due to the current technical regulations.

Luca Ludwig scoops surprise Nurburgring 24 Hours pole

Luca Ludwig secured a surprise pole for the Nurburgring 24 Hours in his octane126 Ferrari 488 GT3, setting two laps good enough for the top spot in Top Qualifying 2.

FIA working with WRC teams to tackle higher Rally1 cockpit temperatures

World Rally Championship teams and the FIA are working on solutions to resolve the issue of increased cockpit temperatures in the new Rally1 cars.

The best British cars ever made

It's been seven years since we last updated this list - our choice of the UK's greatest cars ever. Which cars launched since then have made the cut?

Why Aston decided on two-car concept approach amid Red Bull F1 saga

The apparent similarity between the Aston Martin Formula 1 team’s B-spec AMR22 and Red Bull’s RB18 inevitably stirred memories of the Racing Point “copygate” saga of two years ago.

Pramac unveils striking new MotoGP livery

The Pramac Racing team has unveiled a striking new livery for its two MotoGP bikes ahead of the Italian Grand Prix that it will use for the rest of 2022.

MotoGP Italian GP: Nakagami tops FP1 as teams debut upgrades

LCR Honda’s Takaaki Nakagami dominated opening practice for the MotoGP Italian Grand Prix as many teams debuted upgraded motorcycles.

The data that hints of an Alfa Romeo F1 surprise in Monaco

Alfa Romeo’s progress in Formula 1 this year has made it a Q3 regular and occasional thorn in the side of Mercedes.

F1 driver jewellery exemption extended until end of June

The FIA has extended the exemptions for drivers to continue wearing jewellery in their Formula 1 cars until the end of June, allowing further talks to take place.

Could it be the end of the road for road signs?

On-board technology combined with precise vehicle geolocation could make it possible to dispense with speed limit signs and other road signage in the future. The idea is that this information would be communicated to the driver directly on the dashboard of their vehicle, which would in turn automatically adapt its speed in line with the speed limit of the given zone. Ford is currently testing the feasibility of this kind of system in Germany....

Who could resist this stylish electric microcar?

The Microlino, a modern and electric version of the Isetta -- the legendary microcar that caused a sensation throughout Europe in the 1950s -- stands out thanks to its ultra-compact dimensions and sleek retro styling. One of a kind, this compact electric vehicle is now finally available for pre-order after years in the pipeline.

Chinese firm files patent for EV that's identical to the classic Mini

BMW - Mini's parent company - is said to be priming itself to respond, with a spokesperson saying it is 'examining legal action' to protect the famous car design.

NASCAR squad Trackhouse targets drivers from F1, IndyCar for new team

Trackhouse Entertainment Group has announced the start of a programme designed to expand its global reach by fielding a NASCAR Cup Series entry for international racing drivers.

RAY MASSEY: Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 includes kitchen sink

A special expedition-ready version of its new D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 has been created by Isuzu's UK team and codenamed Basecamp.

Why Dixon isn't taking Indy 500 pole "bragging rights" too seriously

There was drama aplenty as Scott Dixon topped Indianapolis 500 qualifying at a record speed, but Chip Ganassi Racing's six-time IndyCar champion knows that the real work is just beginning.

The Honda problem Yamaha is now facing in MotoGP

Andrea Dovizioso believes Yamaha is in “a very similar situation” to Honda with Marc Marquez in that only one rider can be strong on the M1 in MotoGP currently.

Top 10 F1 Monaco GPs ranked: From Mansell to Moss

The jewel in the Formula 1 calendar takes place this weekend with the challenging and polarising event famous throughout the motorsport world. The Monaco Grand Prix has hosted some memorable races, but which one comes out on top?

WTCR Nurburgring: Bennani snatches pole for Audi on the Nordschleife

Mehdi Bennani claimed a surprise World Touring Car Cup pole position on the Nurburgring Nordschleife as he and Audi team-mate Gilles Magnus knocked the Lynk & Cos of Santi Urrutia and Yann Ehrlacher off the front row.

Austin Montego named most uninspiring car of all time - but few remain

The saloon, a popular choice among Britons in the 1980s and early 90s, were ten a penny on our streets but are now on the edge of disappearing from our roads entirely.

26 classic turbocharged greats

The international stars Trackhouse should target for its NASCAR project

The Project 91 initiative announced on Tuesday by NASCAR Cup squad Trackhouse Racing aims to attract top international stars to stock cars. Autosport picks some drivers it should target.

BMW M4 CSL to be unleashed in Australia

BMW M4 CSL Australia-bound in limited numbers.

GT-Line tested: Kia Sportage 2022 review

The Kia Sportage is one of the most renowned names in the midsize SUV semgent, and this new-generation makes a mark of its own when it comes to its appearance and the fact it is bigger in every direction. But is the GT-Line petrol AWD model a good option for your family? Matt Campbell is living with it for a few months to find out.

Rins: Suzuki’s MotoGP exit shock “not easy” for rival teams

Alex Rins says Suzuki’s shock decision to quit MotoGP is “not easy” on rival teams as it has put two big-name riders onto an already volatile 2023 market.

Vettel: Aston Martin 'green Red Bull' reaction "not fair"

Sebastian Vettel has criticised the ‘green Red Bull’ furore regarding Aston Martin’s updated 2022 Formula 1 car, calling the reaction “not fair” – particularly comments highlighting technical director Dan Fallows.

Peugeot open to Maserati Formula E driver double-duty for WEC squad

A driver from the new Maserati Venturi Formula E operation could double up in sister marque Peugeot’s World Endurance Championship squad next year.

Summer Special: great car museums to visit

What better way to celebrate a return to near-normality this summer than to visit a great car museum? Here’s our pick of the best

Top 10 hot hatches of the ’90s

IndyCar to use 100% renewable race fuel from 2023

IndyCar will become the first US motorsport championship to run 100% renewable race fuel next season as part of a new deal with official supplier Shell.

Super Formula set to cut downforce by over 10% in 2023

Super Formula is set for a downforce reduction of a little over 10 percent next year in its bid to create closer racing.

Greatest supercar concepts that never made production

Pour over pages of magnificent beasts that never saw the end of the production line

Memorial Day Sales on Automotive Gear You Don’t Want to Miss

More than a few stores and sites are having deals on automotive gear for Memorial Day—take a look.

The engines that powered the largest number of different cars

In less than a decade you won’t be able to buy a car with a conventional internal combustion engine. Let’s celebrate the engines that proved to be the most versatile

Why Monaco could be "quite sketchy" for 2022 F1 cars

The Monaco GP is always the biggest challenge that Formula 1 drivers and teams face, and anyone who gets through the weekend with no damage breathes a sigh of relief.

2022 MotoGP Italian Grand Prix: Full Friday practice results

Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro ended the opening day of running at the 2022 MotoGP Italian Grand Prix fastest of all.

Rover 800 supplied to Buckingham Palace in 1993 to be sold at auction

The car - a Rover Sterling 827 with a 2.7-litre petrol V6 engine - is rumoured to have been driven around London by Her Majesty.

Video: When F1 conquered the Indy 500

The Indianapolis 500 is one of motorsport’s greatest events.

Aprilia to partner with RNF to field satellite MotoGP bikes in 2023

RNF and Aprilia have finalising a deal that will see the Malaysian outfit become the Noale-based brand's satellite MotoGP team from next year.

MotoGP postpones Finnish GP to 2023

MotoGP's Finnish Grand Prix will be cancelled for the 2022 season, with the current geopolitical situation between Russia and Ukraine forcing its postponement to 2023.

Hayward hares up to second in Autosport National Driver Rankings

Clubmans Sports Prototype racer Michelle Hayward has stormed into second place in the Autosport National Driver Rankings after taking three more class wins at Brands Hatch last weekend.

15 times Lotus got it just right

Amazing French barn-find haul for sale

Oliveira says KTM has “offered” Tech3 demotion for MotoGP 2023

Three-time MotoGP race winner Miguel Oliveira says KTM has “offered” him a demotion from its factory squad back to Tech3 for 2023, which he admits is “not my dream place”.

The near-misses that point to a concerning national racing problem

OPINION: The judgement of those in race control was once again called into question with two recent near-misses at Brands Hatch. How to address the problem in a productive fashion is a predicament