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`.

Armaan Ebrahim to push for points at Red Bull Ring

After two top-10 finishes in his previous outing last month, India`s Armaan
Ebrahim will go into rounds 11 and 12 of the FIA Formula 2
Championship.

Hispania F1 taken over by Spain`s Thesan Capital

Spanish investment firm Thesan Capital has taken over Formula One tail-enders Hispania (HRT), the cash-strapped team said in a statement on Monday.

Students create racing motorcycle

Researchers at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have presented the Moto Student Project, in which a group of University students and engineers have worked to design and develop a racing motorcycle prototype.

Schumacher refuses to say sorry for cheating last time in Monaco

Seven times Formula one champion Michael Schumacher, who is on a comeback trail, has refused to say sorry for cheating the last time he raced in Monaco.

`King` Chandhok happy to leave his throne

Karun Chandhok had a spring in his step at the Spanish GP after recovering from food poisoning.

Patrick to lead women`s charge at Indy 500

Danica Patrick has been the undisputed queen of the Indianapolis 500 since she first arrived at the Brickyard but next month there will be a few more women vying for her crown.

Japanese MotoGP round rescheduled for October

The Japanese round of the MotoGP world championship at Motegi this weekend has been postponed to Oct. 3 due to air travel problems caused by the cloud of volcanic ash in Europe, officials said.

Loeb wins fourth Rally of Mexico title

France`s Sebastien Loeb, driving a Citroen C4, won the Rally of Mexico, his 55th career world championship victory.

North American sponsor spending on motorsports up in 2010

NASCAR and the rest of motorsports are getting some good news as sponsorship spending by North American companies is expected to rise 2.1 percent in 2010 after the segment`s first decline in 25 years, a research firm said.

Like a Virgin, tested for the very first time

The new Virgin Racing Formula One car completed its first laps with Germany`s Timo Glock at the wheel.

Ashwin Sundar steals limelight

Local lad and international driver, Ashwin Sundar stole the limelight finishing at the top in two races in the first leg of MRF Formula 1600cc class here on Sunday.

NASCAR seeing stability as it nears 2010 season

The head of NASCAR said that things are not as bad for the American stock-car racing circuit as last year, when a weak economy hurt fan attendance and corporate financial backing.

Peterhansel and Coma bounce back in Dakar Rally

Pre-race favourites French driver Stephane Peterhansel and Spanish motorcyclist Marc Coma rebounded from disastrous stages on Wednesday to win the latest legs of the event.

378 drivers to race 2nd American Dakar Rally

Considered the most dangerous race on the planet, the Dakar Rally starts Saturday with 378 drivers taking part in the second edition staged in South America because of security concerns.

Aprilia quits new Moto2 class

Aprilia will not enter bikes in next year`s new Moto2 championship because of the enforced use of Honda engines, the firm`s parent company said.

Johnson wins 4th successive NASCAR title

Jimmie Johnson won an unprecedented fourth consecutive Sprint Cup points championship.

A1GP series calls off two races

The troubled A1GP series has called off its second and third rounds of the season in China and Malaysia after cancelling the opening race in Australia for financial reasons.

Armaan ends F2 season with a top 10 finish

Up and coming Indian driver Armaan Ebrahim secured another top 10 finish in the final race of the year to end the Formula 2 Championships season on a high.