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(Reuters) - Ferrari will return to the top flight of endurance racing with a hypercar entry in 2023, competing for outright Le Mans 24 Hours victory for the first time in 50 years, the Italian marque said on Wednesday.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - A looming ban on gambling sponsorship will put renewed financial pressure on Spanish football clubs and could lead to a drop in sponsorship rates across the board while increasing the wealth gap between sides, experts have told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Red Bull provided a glimpse on Tuesday of the Formula One car that Max Verstappen hopes will take him to a first title and end seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton's reign with Mercedes.
(Reuters) - Alfa Romeo will not develop their new Formula One car beyond the summer in order to give themselves the best shot at a step up in 2022, technical director Jan Monchaux said on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's second-biggest automaker by sales, Honda Motor Co, said on Friday its chief executive, Takahiro Hachigo, would step down and be replaced by Toshihiro Mibe, its head of research and development, on April 1.
(Reuters) - Pierre Gasly said on Friday he was ready to be AlphaTauri's leader on the track this season and help Japanese rookie Yuki Tsunoda make a quick start to his Formula One career with the Red Bull-owned team.
LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren say closing the yawning gap to Formula One champions Mercedes is their main aim for the season after finishing third last year.
LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren's Lando Norris expects 2021 to be the hardest but best season of his fledgling Formula One career, with a new team mate in Australian Daniel Ricciardo, a switch to Mercedes engines and absolutely no excuses.
LONDON (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo showed off McLaren's new Formula One car on Monday but the Australian also had his eye on something from his boss's private collection.
LONDON (Reuters) - Max Verstappen will be the top target for Mercedes once seven-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton decides to retire, according to Red Bull boss Christian Horner.