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ESPN’s F1 coverage launches with Australian Grand Prix

After an absence of more than 20 years, Formula One will return to ESPN in 2018 beginning with the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

IndyCar inks 3-year media deal with NBC Sports

IndyCar has signed a new media rights package with NBC Sports Group that will dramatically increase its exposure next season and move the Indianapolis 500 to a different network for the first time since 1965.

Hamilton: Don’t believe the hype

The majority of the Formula One paddock is convinced Mercedes are the favourites for victory ahead of this weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but Lewis Hamilton is not so sure.

Ricciardo looking to send message to rivals in Melbourne

Daniel Ricciardo is hoping to upset Formula One’s established order with a home win at the Australian Grand Prix this weekend.

Castroneves back in Indy car in Alabama test

Team Penske gave Helio Castroneves one of its seats in Tuesday’s test at Barber Motorsports Park so Castroneves can start learning the new Indy car in preparation for the Indianapolis 500.

Why 2018 is Daniel Ricciardo’s big year

Daniel Ricciardo talks to ESPN about his title chances, the battle with teammate Max Verstappen and his contract options for 2019.

ESPN predicts the 2018 Formula One season

Ahead of the start of the 2018 F1 season, our experts have attempted to guess how the season will unfold.

How Hartley went from Red Bull reject to its comeback kid

Brendon Hartley tells ESPN how he turned the disappointment of being cut by Red Bull in 2010 into a sportscar career good enough to earn a return in 2018, and a full season back on the F1 grid in 2018.

Merc urges F1: Take Ferrari quit threat seriously

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Formula One risks playing with fire if it does not take Ferrari’s threat to quit the sport seriously.

Rosberg on how Hamilton’s rivals beat him in 2018

Nico Rosberg is a man who knows what it takes to beat Lewis Hamilton to the Formula One title and he has offered his advice to every driver hoping to do so in 2018.