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Will Ford do an IMSA DPi car?

IMSA[Speculation] Ford has announced it will terminate their factory Ford GT GTLM effort at the end of 2019. Will they come back into IMSA with a DPi 2.0 carFord Performance motorsports director Mark Rushbrook has indicted they wouldn’t necessarily need to enter DPi next year in order to be on the grid for IMSA’s so-called ‘DPi 2.0’ formula that’s slated to debut in 2022. The American manufacturer, which has confirmed the Ford GT’s full factory involvement will end this year, has yet to detail a...

IndyCar to switch to guaranteed spots for Indy 500 starting in 2020 (2nd Update)

IndyCar[Strong] A 105% rule should satisfy both sides of this argumentUPDATE A reader writes, Dear, Why dont they lock in all the regulars but they must pass the 105% rule. Surely a full-time team can achieve that. There has to be some kind of limit so they have to try to be competitive....

Speculating on 2020 IndyCar Schedule

IndyCar[Speculation] Our guess at the 2020 IndyCar schedule. What do you thinkWe take a swipe at what the 2020 IndyCar schedule might look like. We assume: Two new races, Surfers Paradise and Mexico City bringing total to 19-races....

At least 3 more drivers to enter Indy 500 (2nd Update)

IndyCar[Strong] Kyle KaiserUPDATE As we have projected all along, Juncos will only run one car in the Indy 500, rumored to be for Kyle Kaiser. Juncos told Racer that IMSA is their priority. They will run only a couple of IndyCar races this year but the entire IMSA schedule.Why...

Hartley to replace Alonso at Toyota

World Endurance Championship[Strong] Brendon HartleyAuto Hebdo reports that Brendon Hartley, a two-time WEC champion, is likely to be confirmed as the Japanese manufacturer’s reserve driver for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, ahead of a full season in the No. 8 Toyota TS050 Hybrid with Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi and replace Fernando Alonso after LeMans. Alonso, who will make his second start in the Indianapolis 500 next month, has been vocal about trying new racing disciples and not necessaril...

MotoGP Future Calendar predictions

MotoGP[Speculation] Simon Patterson takes out his crystal ballMore successful than it’s ever been with rising viewing figures and profits through the roof, there’s more and more countries and circuits clamoring to be a part of the MotoGP circus than ever before. And, with each track potentially bringing as much as £5 million to the table in order to be able to host a round, series organizers Dorna are keen to push the calendar from its current 19 races to potentially as many as 22 in the future....

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