It’s not only the Monaco GP that takes place this weekend, the Indianapolis 500 will also occur on Sunday, a few hours after the Formula… Read more →
Dani Pedrosa rode a faultless race out front on Sunday to win the Indianapolis MotoGP. He had a good dice with Texan Ben Spies in… Read more →
Ford’s new Mustang has gone back to its Trans Am racing roots with the revival of the mighty Boss 302 and its track-focused Laguna Seca sibling…
5FM jock and one of SA’s best-known F1 fanatics, Sasha Martinengo, sets the scene for this weekend’s upcoming Belgian Grand Prix – a must win race for Kimi Raikkonen.
The figures say it all – 300 km/h, 30 laps per hour and 3 drivers … plus 400 kW Le Mans Prototypes and 24 hours of intense racing equals plenty of backache, sore ankles and … television eyes. Welcome to my preparation for the CAR Virtual Le Mans Challenge, set to commence at Canal Walk shopping centre in Cape Town on June 14-15.
Two weeks is a long time in Formula One, isn’t it? After making up the numbers at Indianapolis, Ferrari produced a stunning return to form at Magny Cours – and it was a nice departure from the regular Lewis Hamilton Glorification Show.
At Sepang, Lewis Hamilton demonstrated he was a combative race driver, in Montreal, he won his first grand prix and, at the Brickyard, the rookie became the favourite to win the championship.
Audi’s diesel-powered R10 TDI dominated the 75th Le Mans 24-Hours at the weekend. It was the Ingolstadt-based manufacturer’s fourth successive triumph in the historic race… Read more →
I’m still trying to make sense of last night’s Canadian Grand Prix – a race that could only be described as diabolical!
Andretti Grenn’s Dario Franchitti took first place in a rain-soaked Indianapolis 500. There were accidents aplenty, one of which affected South African Tomas Scheckter, who finished seventh.