Motorsport

The Formula One South Korean grand prix promoter has revealed that its chance of remaining on the 2014 calendar is 50-50.

The International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) has approved a provisional calendar for next year’s Formula One season with the inclusion of the Grand Prix of America.

The FIA-sanctioned Formula E series has unveiled its provisional calendar for its inaugural fully-electric racing championship to be held from September 2014 through to June 2015.

The International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) has formally approved a framework for a new commercial Concorde Agreement with Formula One Group.

The International Motor Sports Federation (FIA) has confirmed IndyCar team Dragon Racing will compete in its new Formula E championship, due to begin next September.

The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) has revealed a 12-race schedule for the 2014 debut season of its Tudor United SportsCar Championship.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone will not stand trial this year, following German prosecutors delaying legal proceeding for his bribery charges.

The Circuit of The Americas (COTA) – home of the United States Formula One grand prix – has appointed Jason Dial president.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has fully recognised the International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) as a member following its two-year provisional status.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has revealed why the Indian grand prix was pulled from next year’s calendar.

The British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) has completed a £32 million deal with British commercial property company MEPC, which has taken a 999-year lease on the existing Silverstone Industrial Estate.

International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) presidential candidate David Ward will file a complaint to the body's ethics committee about current head Jean Todt’s alleged attempts to distort the election process.

The International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) president Jean Todt has confirmed he will stand for re-election in December.

Following the International Motor Sport Federation (FIA)’s president visit to Botswana, the country is reportedly at an advanced stage of gaining FIA full membership.

International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) presidential candidate David Ward has proposed an executive body overhaul, should he win the December elections against current head Jean Todt.

NASCAR has appointed David Hart as its director for sanctioning body International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) Communications and the promotion of Nate Siebens to IMSA Communications senior manager.

Former International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) president Max Mosley has criticised his successor Jean Todt for not preventing the financial woes that some Formula One teams are currently dealing with.