Mark Webber thinks Formula 1 needs a deep think about whether or not its quest to deliver entertainment has gone too far
Sebastian Vettel insists that Red Bull are not alone in being unhappy about Pirelli's tyres - and thinks it unfair his team are being singled-out as whiners
Fernando Alonso reckons Red Bull's criticism of the Pirelli Formula 1 tyres is simply the result of it not being able to handle defeat well
Robert Kubica has admitted he is pleased with the rally-leading speed he has shown early in his new career
Fernando Alonso has tipped Mercedes to be a strong contender for victory in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton says he will put everything into getting pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix to give Mercedes a chance of fending off its faster rivals for victory
Sergio Perez has no doubt that McLaren will soon be winning grands prix again despite its upgrades failing to turn around its poor Formula 1 form
Valtteri Bottas expects the Monaco Grand Prix to be the toughest challenge of his Formula 1 rookie season with Williams
Jenson Button wants to keep a feeling of 'freedom' over his Formula 1 future, despite McLaren's insistence that he is welcome to stay put until the end of his career
Kimi Raikkonen says he is not at all surprised that his Formula 1 future is the subject of fervent speculation, but that will not make him hurry his decision over whether to stay at Lotus or move elsewhere
Scott Speed is adding up to 10 further NASCAR Sprint Cup events to his schedule after his recent top-10 finish at Talladega secured extra backing for his Leavine Family Racing Ford Fusion
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh has confirmed that McLaren will have exclusive use of Honda Formula 1 engines in 2015 and that other teams may only race with the Japanese units "in due course".
Ken Block is keen to race in the European Rallycross Championship in future, but has admitted he does not have time to fit it into his busy schedule this year
Northern Irish Formula 3 racer Will Buller has parted company with the T-Sport team
Ferrari technical director Pat Fry will return to duty at the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend after recovering from appendicitis
A British motorsport engineering consultancy has completed the design of a LMP1 prototype to the new-for-2014 rulebook with which it aims to enter the Le Mans customer market
British sportscar driver Archie Hamilton will achieve a lifetime's ambition by racing in the Le Mans 24 Hours in June, 60 years after his grandfather Duncan won the race with Jaguar
Three Indianapolis 500 entrants have been penalised for technical infractions following post-qualifying inspections, although the grid for Sunday's race remains unchanged
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone believes Pirelli's high-degradation tyres mean drivers once again have to 'use their brains' to win grands prix
Formula Renault 3.5 race winner Nick Yelloly will return to the series for this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix support race with Zeta Corse.
Gary Paffett believes the DTM's yellow-flag rules are 'wrong', and need a serious revision before the next round at Spielberg.
Northern Irish Formula 3 racer Will Buller is a last-minute addition to the entry list for this weekend's British F3 International Series opener at Silverstone, and will drive a Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes.
Pastor Maldonado is hopeful his Monaco expertise will allow him to score the Williams team's first points of the season in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez is starting to show the qualities that made McLaren want him to replace Lewis Hamilton, according to team boss Martin Whitmarsh.
McLaren's new deal with Honda will enshrine the team's place as one of the sport's biggest players, according to team principal Martin Whitmarsh.
Dutch sportscar star Jeroen Bleekemolen will follow up on his victory in Nurburgring 24 Hours yesterday with a bid for class honours in the Le Mans 24 Hours in June.
Kimi Raikkonen sees no reason to be surprised at his excellent start to the 2013 Formula 1 campaign.
Anglo-Danish racer Emil Bernstorff is to return to the top level of Formula 3 in the non-championship Masters event at Zandvoort in July.
Mercedes claimed its first Nurburgring 24 Hours victory in one of the most dramatic races in the history of the event
Former Le Mans 24 Hours winner Christophe Bouchut will make his 20th start in the endurance classic with the Lotus LMP2 team this year
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