Russia Just Got Kicked Out of Eurovision for Invading Ukraine
Being booted from Eurovision is the latest cultural sanction against Russia since Putin attacked Ukraine.
Singapore’s F1 Organisers Are Trying to Deal With the Haze
They are stocking up on anti-smog masks.
Montreal's Legendary F1 Circuit Is Part of the Canadian Grand Prix Allure
The picturesque GP has retained its character and turned into the country's largest sporting event, thanks to passionate fans and a classic, unchanged track.
Daniel Ricciardo's Melbourne Grand Prix Meltdown
Sometimes the universe just wants to stomp you. Aussie F1 Driver, Daniel Ricciardo, had one of those days.
Allyson Felix and Lewis Hamilton Talk Speed
Allyson Felix and Lewis Hamilton are considered speed demons in their respective sports; Allyson in Track & Field, and Lewis in Formula 1.
The Running of the Bulls: In Conversation With Christian Horner
As team principal at one of F1's powerhouse teams, and with a stellar young driver line-up to manage, Christian Horner has plenty to keep him occupied at Red Bull Racing. We sat down to discuss his past, present and future in the sport.
The Young and the Brave: In Conversation With Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen's time as 'the next big thing' in Formula 1 was brief: the Dutchman has already stepped up to a starring role in the sport. We sat down with the 19-year-old to discuss his unique and rapid rise to the top.
Mark Webber Announces Retirement From Racing After 2016
Mark Webber will call time on his illustrious racing career at the end of the current FIA World Endurance Championship season, Porsche has announced.
Nico Hulkenberg Joins Renault Formula One Team on Multi-Year Deal
Nico Hulkenberg has joined the Renault Sport Formula 1 team on a multi-year deal, the French manufacturer confirmed on Friday.
The 'Budgie Nine' Have Been Freed From A Malaysian Prison After Serving Four Days Hard Time
The stress of which caused one to faint during court proceedings, meanwhile, the others release one of the most comically understated letters of apology this year.
The Cult: Gilles & Jacques Villeneuve
Gilles Villeneuve's life was short, but the Canadian is remembered as a true Formula One great. His son Jacques survived the sport and became world champion, but has always lived in his father's shadow. Both belong in The Cult.
The Cult: Alex Zanardi
In 2001, racing driver Alex Zanardi lost both of his legs in a high-speed crash. Now the owner of two Paralympic gold medals, he considers the accident to be "one of the greatest opportunities of my life."