One of the two teams joining the fray in Formula One racing will hail from the U.S.
McLaren may have just returned to the U.S. in motorsports, but it has no intentions of slowing down especially now that the 650S is on the market.
The man behind Red Bull Racing’s winning F1 car has been named “Sportsman of the Year.”
If you’ve never paid attention to the Pirelli World Challenge Series, 2014 will be a great year to start.
The final stages of preparation for the Porsche 919 Hybrid are underway and the LMP1 race car is looking awesome on the track.
The SRT Viper will not compete in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans race despite being invited to do so.
Toyota fans attending this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed will be in for a treat.
Racing is risky, period. You don’t even need to smash into a barrier for something to go wrong.
You can’t be a championship-winning team unless you understand all the details, and that’s exactly what Red Bull Racing does so well. With all the changes happening for the new race season, Red Bull Racing has released a new video explaining the 2014 rules in a way the laymen can understand.
It’s hard to imagine an automaker like Ford hasn’t been in the winner’s circle at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 45 years.
After initially revealing its new M4 DTM race car for 2014, BMW has now announced half of its roster of teams competing this season.
The 62nd Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring will be the second round of this year’s TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and you can watch it live streaming online.
Would you rather have seen Porsche racing in Formula 1 than Le Mans?
Competing in World Challenge since 2007, this season’s K-Pax Racing will be taking on a whole new look.
R.Ferri Motorsport Racing has announced that it’ll be competing in this year’s Pirelli World Challenge with a two-car team.
Perrinn myTeam is a project founded by Nicolas Perrin in hopes of competing in next year’s Le Mans 24 Hour race with an open source race car.
German automotive firm Capricorn Group has bought the Nurburgring for over $140 million and is planning to invest another $35 million to further developing the world-famous track.
Lexus USA has decided to cancel its LX offroad racing program effective for the 2014 season and onward.
Audi brought out an all-new TT at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, but the brand also rolled out a new DTM race car based on the already powerful RS 5.
The Honda NSX GT Concept will be competing in this year’s Super GT series, and the Japanese automaker has shared a video of it testing the race car in Japan.
BMW has unveiled its new M4 DTM race car, sporting a menacingly low profile that looks ready to take out the competition.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Porsche will be putting its Global Motorsport program at the center of its stage, unveiling the 919 Hybrid LMP1 race car and the new 911 RSR.
Lexus has revealed its RC F GT3 race car concept, which will make its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Honda Performance Development (HPD) has announced a new race-ready version of the 3.5-liter V6 engine that is already found in many Honda road cars.