Motor racing-Alonso move to IndyCar would be fantastic, drivers say

(Reuters) - If double Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso moves to IndyCar next year it would be fantastic for the sport, two of the U.S. circuit's top drivers said on Friday.

Sainz to replace Alonso at McLaren next year

(Reuters) - Carlos Sainz has signed a multi-year deal to replace Fernando Alonso at McLaren from the 2019 Formula One season, the team confirmed on Thursday.

Azroy hoping to grab first podium finish at home circuit

PETALING JAYA: Azroy Hakeem Anuar is making his presence felt in the motorcycle racing scene this year.

Solid improvement: Shahrol Yuzy (right) said Azroy Hakeem Anuar has demonstrated an uptick in his learning curve this year.

Alonso to retire from F1 at end of season

(Reuters) - Double world champion Fernando Alonso will retire from Formula One at the end of the season, his team McLaren said in a statement on Tuesday.

No point for Hafizh after finishing 16th in Austria

PETALING JAYA: Rookie MotoGP rider Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah failed to get any points after finishing 16th at the Austrian Motorcycle Grand Prix but continues to stay in the lead for the Rookie of the Year award.

Stroll leads rescue deal for Force India F1 team

LONDON (Reuters) - The Force India Formula One team will come out of administration after a rescue deal involving a consortium of investors led by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, administrators and management said in a statement on Tuesday.

Motor racing - F1 champions Mercedes sign virtual champ for esports team

LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes Formula One team launched an esports programme on Tuesday with another British world champion, Brendon Leigh, lined up to compete for them in the virtual world.

Hafizh ahead in race for Rookie of the Year award

PETALING JAYA: Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah gave his all to keep the Rookie of the Year award in his sights by finishing 14th in the Czech Republic Motorcycle Grand Prix at Brno Circuit.

Ricciardo's move leaves plenty of questions to be answered

LONDON (Reuters) - The 'toughest decision' of Daniel Ricciardo's life, in opting to leave Red Bull and join Renault next season, could be good news for some Formula One drivers but leaves others facing an uncertain future.

Mercedes wish Lauda a safe and speedy recovery

LONDON (Reuters) - Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff on Friday wished Formula One great Niki Lauda a safe and speedy recovery from a lung transplant and hoped the Austrian would be back at the races before long.