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It's Official! Aston Martin Red Bull Racing To Be Powered By Honda From 2019

The Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula One team announced on Tuesday morning that they have entered into an agreement with Honda Motor Company to race with the Japanese manufacturer's engines for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Speaking about the news, Team Principal of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner ...

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SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 14: Brendon Hartley of New Zealand driving the (28) Scuderia Toro Rosso STR13 Honda on track during final practice for the Formula One Grand Prix of China at Shanghai International Circuit on April 14, 2018 in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by Charles Coates/Getty Images)

Developing - Red Bull To Switch To Honda In 2019

Reports emerging from Aston Martin Red Bull Racing tonight suggest that the Milton Keynes based outfit have decided to make the switch from TAG-Heuer badged Renault to Honda engines from 2019 onwards. The reports suggest that an official announcement will come at this weekend's French Grand Prix.

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Montoya And United Autosports Promoted To Third Place At LeMans

Zak Brown's Untied Autosports team have been promoted to the LMP2 podium at the LeMans 24 Hours after the G-Drive team were disqualified from the race after been found to have used an illegal fuel rig which pumped fuel into the car faster then regulations allowed. The news means that Juan ...

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Juncos Racing Remember Jeff Green

Former Juncos Racing Pro Mazda championship presented Cooper Tires driver Jeff Green has passed away as a result of injuries he suffered over the weekend in an accident while racing at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Ontario, Canada. Speaking following the news, team owner Ricardo Juncos commented by saying: We are ...

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Le Mans 24 Hours Race, 11th to 17th June 2018
Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. Fernando Alonso (ESP) , Sebastien Buemi (SUI)  and Kazuki Nakajima (JPN)  Mike Conway (GBR) Kamui Kobayashi (JPN)  and Jose Maria Lopez (ARG)  on the podium.

LeMans Win Opens The Door For Alonso To Move To IndyCar

Toyota Gazoo Racing's Fernando Alonso's victory at the LeMans 24 Hours has cleared the way for the Spaniard to make a full-time move to the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2019. The two Formula One world champion will now return to his day job for this weekend's French Grand Prix at the ...

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IndyCar Still Planning For At Least One International Race In 2019

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Hulman and Company president and CEO Mark Miles has confirmed that the Verizon IndyCar Series are looking into several options for at least one international race for the 2019 season. The Verizon IndyCar Series returns to Portland later this year and with the prospect of McLaren and Fernando Alonso coming into the series in 2019, the series could potentially have […]

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Toyota Unveil Their Vision For The Future With The GR Super Sport Concept

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Le Mans 24 Hours Race, 11th to 17th June 2018
Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France.

Toyota Gazoo Racing’s drivers were on hand for the first look at the company’s vision for the future of the LeMans 24 Hours as they unveiled the Toyota GR Super Sport Concept. The new car which was first revealed to the public at the Tokyo Auto Show in January is powered by a V6¬†twin turbocharger and comes with Toyota Hybrid […]

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Qualifying Doesn’t Really Matter For A 24 Hour Race But Alonso Is Happy For Toyota

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Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Fernando Alonso who is competing in the LeMans 24 Hours for the first time this weekend will start the race from pole position in the No.8 TS050 Hyrbid after his team mate Kazuki Nakajima set the fastest time in Thursday’s qualifying session. Alonso believes however that although it is great that Toyota locked out the front row […]

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