In his 44th DTM race, Mike Rockenfeller scored his long overdue maiden victory in his 44th DTM race.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, today announced a new partnership with V8 Supercars to become the official international airline for the thriving sport.
Daijiro Yoshihara takes the victory and lead in the point standings.
Round 1: Streets of Long Beach provided fans with action and excitement through the weekend. The debut of new vehicles and new drivers added to the anticipation for the new season.
Hexis Aston takes the spoils in Germany.
Rob Huff walked out of Monza with two more victories and a gap of 36 and 41 points respectively ahead of his team mates Yvan Muller and Alain Menu.
Sebastien Loeb gains his 64th WRC victory and gains a seven point lead over Mikko Hirvonen.
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel takes home his third victory at the Turkish Grand Prix.
Nissan GT-Rs sweeps clean top three in Portimao.
Volkswagen will be returning to the FIA World Rally Championship from 2013.
The Motul Autech Nissan GT-R wins the bad-weather season opener.
Pole position on Saturday and race victory on Sunday: for Bruno Spengler (Mercedes-Benz), the first DTM race of the season went according to plan.
Belgian fans flocked to the Zolder track in a sunny Easter Sunday and were rewarded by two close races that saw Rob Huff and Gabriele Tarquini sharing victories.
It was action all the way from the get go for 36 well prepared 4x4 off-road warriors from Slovenia, Austria, Belgium, Germany, France (Corsica) and different parts of Italy.
Following his success in Portugal, the French man records yet another victory in the Jordan Rally.
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton overcame his pre-race gremlins to end Sebastian Vettel's dominance with a victory at the Chinese Grand Prix.
A double victory earns Imperatori an early championship lead!
The first race of the series sees plenty of thrills and spills alike.
The 24th Race Of Champions will be held on the weekend of December 3-4, 2011 at the Commerzbank-Arena in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday 10 April 2011 at the Sepang International Circuit saw Sebastian Vettel win his second race in a row ahead of Jenson Button and Nick Heidfeld.