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Mercedes confident it has fastest car in F1

Mercedes is convinced it had the fastest car during Formula One’s triple header, even if that was not represented by points scored.

Steiner: No true midfield in F1 anymore

Haas boss Guenther Steiner thinks each of the seven teams behind Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are now equally capable of challenging for points every weekend.

Dixon wins IndyCar race at Toronto for 3rd time

Scott Dixon won the IndyCar race at Toronto on Sunday for his third title at the event. The New Zealand native finished the 85-lap course on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place first, with Simon Pagenaud of France finishing second.

Bottas confident 2018 performances good enough for new contract

Valtteri Bottas is confident he is doing enough to retain his drive at Mercedes next year, even though he is 59 points off teammate Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ standings.

Bottas confident 2018 performances good enough for new contract

Valtteri Bottas is confident he is doing enough to retain his drive at Mercedes next year, even though he is 59 points off teammate Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ standings.

Newgarden leads IndyCar qualifying at Toronto

Josef Newgarden finished the final Toronto qualifying segment in 59.4956 seconds, followed by Scott Dixon and Simon Pagenaud.

Newgarden leads IndyCar qualifying at Toronto

Josef Newgarden finished the final Toronto qualifying segment in 59.4956 seconds, followed by Scott Dixon and Simon Pagenaud.

Villeneuve believes Williams F1 team is ‘dead’

Jacques Villeneuve, the last driver to win a championship with Williams, believes his former team is “dead” after its recent struggles.

COTA confident of new U.S. GP deal despite Miami arrival

Circuit of the Americas owner Bobby Epstein expects to continue hosting the U.S. Grand Prix beyond its current deal despite the imminent arrival of a Miami street race.

COTA confident of new U.S. GP deal despite Miami arrival

Circuit of the Americas owner Bobby Epstein expects to continue hosting the U.S. Grand Prix beyond its current deal despite the imminent arrival of a Miami street race.