A wet affair awaited the drivers at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, with the safety car coming out seven times and a two-hour stoppage caused by heavy rain!
Audi won the gruelling race for the 10th time on Sunday with Andre Lotterer taking the chequered flag in the German manufacturer's R18 TDI car.
JRM Nissan takes the Tourist Trophy home in Silverstone thriller!
CitroÃ«n drivers SÃ©bastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia dropped time in the final stages to hand victory to team-mates SÃ©bastien Loeb and Daniel Elena on the very last stage.
The NUS FSAE (Formula-Society of Automotive Engineers) team is a group of engineering students who design, build and race an open-wheel open-cockpit Formula race cars.
Spielberg provided a fantastic backdrop for the third round of the DTM at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
Chevrolet collected two more victories in Budapest and improved the team's tally to an impressive seven wins out of the eight races held so far.
Imperatori does another double at Zhuhai!
This year's Monaco Grand Prix has given rise to a big question: Why are teams allowed to change tyres during race suspensions?
Held at SM City, a prominent shopping mall, Pampanga Grounds in the City of San Fernando in Central Luzon, it was the hottest race ever for man and machine.
Sebastian Vettel wins the Spanish Grand Prix, but not without immense pressure from Lewis Hamilton.
Consecutive victories for the GT-R, the CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R wins at Okayama!
The No. 1 Vita4One Ferrari 458 took its first victory in the Blancpain Endurance Series at Navarra in Spain, finishing 17 seconds ahead of the Belgian Audi Club Audi R8 LMS.
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.