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TVS Racing signs first woman rider in Shreya Iyer

TVS Racing Team Head Arvind Pangaonkar said the association with Shreya will encourage women to consider racing as a career.

Kiwi Dixon earns pole for Indianapolis 500

New Zealand`s Scott Dixon will start from pole in the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 after Sunday qualifying revamped at the last minute because of safety concerns.

Actor Sohail Khan vows to return to Raid de Himalaya

 Thrilled by the experience he had in this year’s Raid de Himalaya, Bollywood actor Sohail Khan Saturday said that he will return to compete in next year’s rally and also in the next edition of the Desert Storm which is scheduled to start April 10.

German success for Indian driver Jehan Daruvala

Indian racing driver Jehan Daruvala continued his impressive form with a win in the first round of the German National Karting Championships here.

Cycling great Sir Chris Hoy now sets sights on 2016 24-hr Le Mans race

Six-time British Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy has reportedly signed a deal with car company Nissan in a bid to compete in the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race in 2016.

Formula E championship`s Chief executive opens up about target audience

Alejandro Agag, chief executive of the Formula E championship, the latest FIA-sanctioned entrant to the racing scene, has said that they are not competing with Formula 1, and a traditional F1 fan is not their target.

FIFA fines Uruguayan, Argentine clubs for illegal transfers

The world soccer body Wednesday slapped fines on four Argentinean clubs and one Uruguayan team for illegally transferring players, Xinhua reported.

Force India in technical pact with Motegi Racing

Force India Formula 1 team Friday announced a new technical partnership with wheel brand Motegi Racing.

John Abraham planning film on motorcycle racing

Actor-producer John Abraham, known for his love for the mean machines, is currently planning a film on motorcycle racing.

John Abraham features in new mobile game

Bollywood actor John Abraham, who is an avid biker, has now become the face of a new mobile game `John Abraham Drag Racer`.

Danish driver Allan Simonsen dies following car crash at Le Mans race

A Danish endurance racer had reportedly died during the 81st 24 Hours of Le Mans racing tournament in La Sarthe, France, after losing control of his Aston Martin.

Chandhok`s team qualifies 6th on grid on GT Series debut

Making his debut in the FIA GT series, Karun Chandhok helped his side Seyffarth Motorsport earn sixth position on the grid after starting the qualifying race in 11th position with teammate Jan Seyffarth.

Vettel apologizes to Webber, Red Bull team for Malaysian GP fiasco

Red Bull team principle Christian Horner has revealed, Sebastian Vettel has personally apologized to fellow driver Mark Webber and the team staff for ignoring team orders, during Sunday`s Malaysian Grand Prix win.

Webber, Vettel move past Malaysian GP fiasco: Red Bull

Red Bull team advisor Helmut Marko has claimed Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber have both agreed to move on from their Malaysian Grand Prix spat.

Ali, Mushtafa win Himalayan Drive

S.K. Ajgar Ali (driver) and M.K. Mohammed Mushtafa (navigator) won the JK Tyre Himalayan Drive TSD (Time-Speed-Distance) Rally that concluded at Siliguri.

Perez says McLaren might recall last year`s car following disastrous start

McLaren driver Sergio Perez has claimed the team would do anything to come back strongly to win races this season following their disastrous start in Melbourne, even if that mean recalling last year`s car.

Audi India signs on driver Aditya Patel

India`s promising motorsport driver Aditya Patel on Friday inked a three-year deal with German luxury car manufacturer Audi.

FIA General Assembly formulates amendments for improvement

The FIA General Assembly marked the end of the annual meeting week in which a series of amendments were formulated to create a modern organisation to serve the interests of its members in future.

Racing, betting industries reach deal on levy

Gambling companies have agreed to pay extra to support horseracing in Britain next year and want fast progress on talks to reform the levy system which funds the industry.

Racing, betting industries hopeful of levy deal

A deal to determine the level of British bookmakers` annual contribution to the horseracing industry is likely to be struck ahead of midnight deadline, Jockey Club CEO Simon Bazalgette told delegates at a sport business conference.