Motorsport

Formula One will hold two pre-season tests in the Middle East next year with Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain named as a possible host.

David Ward is reportedly considering standing against current International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) president Jean Todt in the elections at the end of the year.

BMW will exit the World Superbike Championship at the end of this year to focus on its customer sports programme.

Formula One paid just £1 million in corporation tax in the UK in 2011 despite profits in excess of £300 million, due to a series of complex tax arrangements, according to The Independent.

Poland is reportedly set to return to the World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar from the 2014 season.

Energy drink company Red Bull has issued a statement confirming that an agreement has been reached to see Formula One return to Austria for the 2014 season.

Formula One owner CVC Capital Partners will monitor CEO Bernie Ecclestone's bribery indictment by German prosecutors.

Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium will host the 2013 Race of Champions (ROC) on December 14-15.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that he has been formally served with an indictment from a German judge investigating allegations of bribery, according to the Financial Times.

Racing team Andretti Autosport has signed on as the third constructor to compete in the FIA Formula E Championship, which begins its inaugural season next year.

NASCAR is set to make significant changes to the motor sport and the way it is officiated, with the announcement of 11 proposals to be implemented for the 2015 season.

Formula One team Marussia has agreed a long-term technical partnership with Ferrari to use its engines, ahead of next season’s engine format overhaul.

The International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) has launched an investigation into timing and tracking in the World Rally Championship (WRC).

The International Motor Sport Federation (FIA) has named Berlin as its 10th stopover for its new Formula E Championship to start next year.

Japanese car manufacturer Honda is to base its Formula One European headquarters in Milton Keynes to accommodate its return to the sport in 2015.

A £280 million Circuit of Wales motor sport racetrack in Ebbw Vale, Wales, has been given the go ahead by local councillors.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has withdrawn his interest in buying the insolvent Nuerburgring racing circuit that co-hosts the German grand prix.