San Marino

The International Esports Federation has revealed plans to launch a ‘World Super League’ alongside its annual Esports World Championship.

The Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli has secured a four-year extension to its MotoGP race contract ahead of its staging of the 2016 San Marino Grand Prix this weekend.

San Marino’s Formula 1 race could be reinstated to the Formula 1 calendar after a meeting of motor racing's governing body the FIA, manufacturers and representatives of all the teams.

Motorsport world governing body the FIA has unveiled the trimmed down calendar for next year’s Formula One season.

Germany and Italy have been warned that they may each lose one of their two Formula One grand prix races from 2007.

San Marino’s Misano circuit has agreed a provisional five-year deal to stage a MotoGP race – starting next year.

Lager brand Foster's is to end its sponsorship of F1 at the end of this year.

Owners of the Imola circuit have announced plans to upgrade the venue in a bid to secure the long-term future of the San Marino Grand Prix.

Silverstone and Brands Hatch will host rounds five and eight of the 2006 World Superbike Championship in May and August respectively.

Silverstone and Brands Hatch will host rounds five and eight of the 2006 World Superbike Championship in May and August respectively.

Andorra will play host to the 11th Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE), a six-day mini Olympics for small European countries and states.

Formula One team BAR has decided against taking action to overturn their two-race ban for breaking fuel and weight regulations.

The BAR Formula One team is expected to learn its fate today after the sport's governing body, the FIA, asked a court to disqualify the team from this year’s championship.

Former CART champion and Indy 500 winner Gil De Ferran has joined the BAR Formula 1 team as performance director.

Italy's Imola circuit will host grands prix for at least another five years, local officials said after meeting Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

The British Formula One Grand Prix looks set to be axed from next year’s calendar after all as Bernie Ecclestone confirmed new negotiations had broken down prompting him to remark ‘we have to admit defeat’.

Months after altering Formula One's rules to counter a slide in television ratings, the sport is considering more changes to boost attendances.