MotoGP crew chief Paul Trevathan is hoping for some normality in his life.
Scott Dixon rocketed to career win number 47 at the Genesys 300 on Saturday as the IndyCar season got off to a crash-filled start at the Texas Motor Speedway after a nearly three-month delay...
Organisers of the Otago Rally say one of the legends of the World Rally Championship scheduled to race this year, says he'll take part in 2021.
Hopes to stage the Otago Rally later this year have been dashed and planning has begun for next year’s event.
The 2020 New Zealand Rally Championship has been cancelled with MotorSport New Zealand and the championship promoters opting to future-proof the sport in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Back-to-back wins by Shane van Gisbergen have ensured bragging rights over Formula One superstar Max Verstappen.
Stirling Moss, the archetypal British racer widely regarded as the greatest Formula One driver never to win the world championship, has died at the age of 90.
The Otago Rally may still be sighted this year although its destiny appears out of the organisers’ control.
The Australian Grand Prix has been postponed following McLaren's withdrawal from the F1 season opener after a team member tested positive for coronavirus, according to reports.
Courtney Duncan still leads the Women’s Motocross World Championships standings despite not winning a race on the latest stop.
There were some fairly serious repercussions for event organiser Hayden Paddon if he did not win the inaugural Ben Nevis Golden 1200 Hillclimb yesterday.
After competing in hundreds of motorsport events all around the world, Hayden Paddon has a fair idea about what he expects from a good one.
Palmerston's defending world motocross champion Courtney Duncan said she was rusty in her first races of the new season — feel sorry for her rivals when she hits full stride.
Palmerston's world motocross champion (WMX) Courtney Duncan has begun her 2020 campaign with a double victory this weekend – demonstrating to her rivals that she is a returning force to be reckoned...
Major sporting events set to be hosted in China over the coming months including rugby sevens, Formula One and golf have been postponed due the coronavirus outbreak.