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Could Jimmie Johnson be the next to join Red Bull's army of athletes?

Johnson confirmed on Thursday that Red Bull was one of the companies he and his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports team have had discussions with about possible sponsorship beginning next season.“There is definitely some interest there,” Johnson said at Charlotte Motor Speedway. “I think there is interest from a variety of different companies. That would be one of a long list of ... Keep reading...


Next-gen IndyCar will not be an FE-style ‘Batmobile’

IndyCar used design consultant Chris Beatty in order to help style Dallara’s 2018 universal aerokit into a more attractive car, as opposed to the manufacturer designs from the previous three years.Belli told Motorsport.com that he does not expect the next car to be a radical departure from the current package.“I think yes [it will be more of an evolution],” he said. “I track what ... Keep reading...


Denny Hamlin fastest in Thursday's lone Coke 600 practice

Team Penske teammate Ryan Blaney and Brad Keselowski had led the way most of the 50-minute session at Charlotte Motor Speedway until Hamlin’s late flyer lap.Hamlin’s average lap speed of 190.134 mph was the only one to top the 190 mph barrier. Blaney ended up second (189.673 mph) and Keselowski third (189.434 mph).Hamlin has never won a points race at Charlotte but did start on the ... Keep reading...


Monaco GP: Latest F1 tech updates, direct from the garages

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Ferrari customers make first engine changes in Monaco

The four drivers from Haas and Sauber have informed the FIA they will use a second internal combustion engine, turbocharger and MGU-H of the season in Monte Carlo.Drivers are allowed three of each components before incurring grid penalties.It means Haas and Sauber have used up a penalty-free change without getting a big performance boost from it, because it is believed that Ferrari ... Keep reading...


Pirelli asked to simplify F1 compound names for 2019

The plan is to keep the current range of compounds but scrap names such as ultrasoft and supersoft – and instead have only hard, medium and soft each weekend, with the actual compounds using those names changing depending on the circuit, as before.The idea has been around for some time, but it has now become an official request that Pirelli is currently analysing.We had a request ... Keep reading...


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