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.
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 →
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.
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.