Juan Pablo Montoya may be just the kind of consistent winner the IndyCar Series needs after a thrilling victory at St. Petersburg on Sunday, John Oreovicz writes.
There was never a doubt that Team Penske would win the IndyCar Series opener. But Juan Pablo Montoya wasn't anyone's first pick.
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday to end Mercedes' long Formula One winning streak and make the 2015 season look like a genuine contest between the two teams.
Ryan Dungey raced to his sixth AMA Supercross victory of season Saturday night, beating Eli Tomac in the 450SX Class event at the Edward Jones Dome.
Justin Wilson will race in the Indianapolis 500 for Andretti Autosport.
The German Grand Prix could remain off the sport's calendar after this year's cancellation, and the iconic Italian GP may be next to go, Formula One commercial head Bernie Ecclestone said Friday.
French automaker Renault, which supplies engines to the Red Bull and Toro Rosso teams, says it is considering pulling out of Formula One due to the damage done to its reputation after a very difficult start to the new season.
Former F1 champion Sebastian Vettel earned his first win Sunday for Ferrari at the Malaysian Grand Prix, the first for the manufacturer in 35 races.
Red Bull Racing's technical director lashed out at Renault, saying the team's engines are underpowered. Renault shot right back. Can this F1 marriage be saved?
As if Team Penske needed to be any better than it has been in the past, the expansion to a four-car team with the addition of Simon Pagenaud certainly puts the rest of the IndyCar grid on notice, writes John Oreovicz.
The NHRA has several women who win -- Erica Enders-Stevens, Courtney Force and Alexis DeJoria to name three. That piques the interest of all fans, especially young girls.
Lewis Hamilton is closing on a new Mercedes deal reportedly worth £27 million a year and he expects it to be finalised this week.
Driving a race car might seem like an unusual occupation for an environmental activist, but for Leilani Munter it's all intertwined and makes perfect sense.
Juan Pablo Montoya has driven in virtually every major racing circuit, and the Colombian is still taking on challenges on and off the track.