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Mercedes take front row as new rule limits communications between the teams and their drivers

Lewis Hamilton will start the Singapore Grand Prix from pole

F1 Singapore Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wonders if he has found a chink in Nico Rosberg's armour

The Mercedes team mates will be rivals again in Singapore

Alex Gurney secured pole position at the Daytone 24 Hours

Daytona 24 Hours: Alex Gurney takes surprise pole and hopes to emulate his father Dan's success 52 years on

Gurney beat Britain's Richard Westbrook to take the early bragging rights for GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing

NASCAR team owner Gene Haas could launch a bid for a place on the F1 grid

F1: America could have a place on the grid for 2015 as NASCAR team owner Gene Haas declares interest in potential entry

Haas is one half of the successful Stewart-Haas Racing team currently plying their trade in the American motorsport

Sir Jackie Stewart feels that the change of engines in Formula One is a step in the right direction

F1: Three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart believes change to 'greener' engines is a step in the right direction

The Scot feels the sport needs to 'demonstrate our technology is ecologically sound' with switch to 1.6-litre V6 turbo-charged engines

Driver who racked up 45 penalty points still on the road

A Liverpool man is still on the road despite accumulating a staggering 45 penalty points on his drivers’ licence.

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Matt Butler: Idris Elba's rallying call that might even make us lay off the new year chocolates

View from the sofa: Idris Elba: King of Speed, BBC 2

Pirelli tyres suffered a spate of blow-outs at the British Grand Prix in June

McLaren and Force India miss early tyre test

McLaren and Force India have pulled out of next week's run-out in Bahrain to test next year's Pirelli tyres.

The FIA hopes the changes will increase the competition faced by the champion Sebastian Vettel

F1: Double-points for final Grand Prix labelled 'absurd' by Sebastian Vettel

The change is an attempt to maintain interest throughout the season

The FIA hopes the changes will increase the competition faced by the champion Sebastian Vettel

F1: FIA unveils rule changes to try to win back fans - including a double-point final race

The FIA hopes the changes will increase the competition faced by the champion Sebastian Vettel  

F1: What might Formula One look like in 2030?

A new film will explore the possibilities

The landscapes on ‘Forza Motorsport 5’ shows how far Xbox One’s graphics have improved on Xbox 360

Faulty Xbox One owners offered free game by Microsoft

A malfunctioning disc drive is the main concern among some gamers

The landscapes on ‘Forza Motorsport 5’ shows how far Xbox One’s graphics have improved on Xbox 360

Xbox One: Faulty console owners offered free game by Microsoft

A malfunctioning disc drive is the main concern among some gamers

The PlayStation phase of the competition at Silverstone

It’s more than a game: Gran Turismo champs compete for the real thing at Silverstone

Academy offers select few a fast track from bedroom to F1 glory

Pamela Anderson gives the command

Pamela Anderson moves from the big screen to the pit wall after becoming team principal for new FIA GT outfit

Race Alliance by Pamela Anderson will contest this weekend's FIA GT round in Slovakia

A computer generated illustration of how the Circuit of Wales will look

It's go, go, go for £280m motor racing track as planners shrug off environmental concerns

Opposition included the Brecon Beacons National Park and environmental watchdog Natural Resources Wales

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