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9 Pickup Truck Tonneau Covers That Anyone Can Afford

They keep your cargo protected, look cool—and can save you gas money.


Australian GP will go ahead, even without fans

Postponed until November, organisers of the Australian Grand Prix insist the race will go ahead irrespective of whether fans will be allowed to attend.


Autosport Podcast: What 2021's tech rules mean for F1

Formula 1's 2021 technical regulations have largely mandated the carryover of last year's cars, but with a few key changes to address the rising speed


Wolff never ‘threatened Hamilton with Russell card’

Toto Wolff has never made a "threatening gesture" to Lewis Hamilton by playing the "George Russell card" during their contract negotiations.


21 £15k classic cabrios for winter fun


McLaren targets low-speed performance in upgraded 2021 F1 car

McLaren is targeting improved low speed performance and a car less sensitive to gusty conditions with its 2021 Formula 1 challenger


Kobayashi: Johnson has made "big step" in adapting to IMSA prototype

Kamui Kobayashi says seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has "made a big step" adapting to the IMSA Prototype class and expects further progress next week


‘Hamilton disadvantaged by having the best car’

Lewis Hamilton is "disadvantaged" by having the "best car" in the field, not in terms of results but rather in reputation, so says Jan Lammers.


The alarming speed gains that triggered F1's 2021 changes

Formula 1 teams may have to use the same basic chassis this year, but that has not stopped anticipation for some pretty big car changes in 2021


Ferrari test perfect ‘farewell’ for Alesi

For Giuliano Alesi his Ferrari test alongside FDA colleagues was a farewell drive as the Frenchman now departs the program.


Stellantis: the facts & brands behind the world's newest car giant

As the merger of FCA and PSA is finalised, we explore all of the brands throughout history that have been, or still are, associated with them


DC questions Hamilton’s ‘value’ to Mercedes

As Sir Lewis Hamilton's contract saga rumbles on, David Coulthard believes the driver has a lot more than Mercedes to gain from winning an eighth World title.


Spanish Grand Prix could have ‘zero to 100,000’ fans

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya president Ramon Tremosa remains uncertain on the presence of fans at the 2021 Spanish Grand Prix.


Mercedes evaluating DTM customer team support for GT3 era

Mercedes is in discussions with the DTM regarding the possibility of supporting customer teams in the series, according to AMG customer support coordinator Thomas Jager


Red Bull and ORECA to build Le Mans hydrogen car for 2024

Red Bull Advanced Technologies will partner with French constructor ORECA to produce the chassis for the new hydrogen class set for introduction at the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2024


Gasly proud that Hubert inspired Tsunoda

Pierre Gasly says that it makes him proud to hear that Anthoine Hubert was an inspiration to new team-mate Yuki Tsunoda.


McLaren sign multi-year extension with CNBC

McLaren have announced that their partnership with CNBC will continue after striking a new multi-year agreement.


Verstappen: Gasly’s Red Bull tactics didn’t work

Pierre Gasly's desire to "adjust" everything to suit Red Bull rather than sit back and learn is what cost him his race seat, says Max Verstappen.


From F1 driver to getaway driver, a new Netflix film

Formula 1 will take to the small screen with Netflix in an upcoming movie about a F1 driver who is forced to become a getaway driver to save his family.


Jarvis wants Mazda reassurances over IMSA LMDh plans

Oliver Jarvis says he wants reassurances that Mazda still plans to be a part of the IMSA SportsCar Championship when the LMDh rules take effect in 2023


‘McLaren mustn’t waste Merc power like Williams’

McLaren's move to Mercedes engines comes with a "certain amount of disadvantages" but also advantages, the latter of which Williams has "wasted" says Joe Saward.


Vettel a main ingredient for creating ‘winning team’

Former Toro Rosso technical director Giorgio Ascanelli says having Sebastian Vettel is a main ingredient for creating a winning team.


New Toyota RAV4 Plug-in 2021 review

The Toyota RAV4 Plug-in is a part-electric, part-hybrid SUV with impressive fuel economy and emissions – but a high price tag. The post New Toyota RAV4 Plug-in 2021 review appeared first on Motoring Research.


‘Leclerc has Schumacher’s winning mentality’

Charles Leclerc will "never" be satisfied with second place, a trait team boss Mattia Binotto feels he shares with Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher.


The cars of famous world leaders

Join us for a journey into the most formidable vehicles ever driven by world leaders


Formula 1’s 2021 regulations: What will the cars look like in 2022?

Formula 1 is set for a radical change to its regulations from 2022, with an array of aerodynamic changes set to create a very different look to the cars


Mick Schumacher unfazed by F1 spotlight

Mick Schumacher isn't worried about the attention that will be on him this season as he makes his F1 debut with Haas, saying it is nothing new.


‘Max would have suited old-style F1 cars’

Jos Verstappen feels his son Max Verstappen would have "adapted well" to driving the Formula 1 cars of his era.


‘Determined’ Ricciardo will fill Sainz gap

McLaren technical director James Key says the "determined" Daniel Ricciardo can fill the "gap" Carlos Sainz has left.


‘Horner’s Max is the best teasing is part of the game’

Christian Horner's claims that George Russell's Sakhir Grand Prix performance showed that Max Verstappen is the "best" driver on the grid is "part of the game".


Grosjean confirms ‘discussions’ with IndyCar

Romain Grosjean has said he is in "discussions" over joining the IndyCar Series, but factors like racing on ovals "complicate" them.


GMC to revive Hummer name in Extreme E tie-up with Ganassi

American road car manufacturer GMC has signed a deal to partner the Chip Ganassi Racing team for its entry into the maiden season of Extreme E


Top 21 lots at the Scottsdale 2021 sales


McLaren have found cause of their wind problem

McLaren technical director James Key says the team have pinpointed the reason why the MCL35 was so sensitive to the wind.


AlphaTauri faster than Ferrari, but failed to land P6

AlphaTauri technical director Jody Egginton has revealed the team's frustration over not getting the better of Ferrari in 2020.


Acura to join new IMSA LMDh prototype category from 2023

Acura will join the new LMDh prototype category in the IMSA SportsCar Championship in North America from 2023


‘Demo run showed Alonso is not that slow’

Clocking a 1:39 as he put in a lap in the Renault R25 in Abu Dhabi, Daniel Ricciardo says Fernando Alonso showed the world he's "not that slow" ahead of his F1 return.


Miserable Schumi ‘made Montoya’s day’

Back when he was racing in Formula 1, Juan Pablo Montoya said ruining Michael Schumacher's day was the making of his.


‘Magical’ debut run for Armstrong with Ferrari

Marcus Armstrong says his first-ever run in a Formula 1, and a Ferrari at that, was "unforgettable" as he put in the laps at the Fiorano circuit.


60th anniversary of Mini Cooper to be marked at Silverstone Classic

The 60th anniversary of the Cooper version of the Mini will be marked by two Mini-only races at the Silverstone Classic on 30 July - 1 August


Magnussen’s offer from team ‘not better than Haas’

Kevin Magnussen said he had an offer to stay in Formula 1 for 2021 with a team "not better than Haas", believed to be Williams.


The best of Sergio Perez: a midfield master

Sergio Perez, turning 31 today, has spent 11 of those years in Formula 1, creating a number of memorable moments along the way.


Bentley Flying Spur V8 2021 UK review

Fast luxury saloon sheds four cylinders and 107kg, but are these losses really a gain?


Bristol on schedule for NASCAR's long awaited dirt racing return

Bristol Motor Speedway is well on its way to bringing dirt track racing back to NASCAR's Cup Series for the first time in more than 50 years


Leclerc takes to track as Sainz watches on

Charles Leclerc took to track for the first time in 2021 on day two of Ferrari's Fiorano test with Carlos Sainz watching on.


Mitsubishi Outlander teases its off-road ability

Next-gen Mitsubishi Outlander due to hit Australia draws heavy styling influence from last year’s Engleberg Tourer concept.


Binotto confident he has Ferrari’s full support

Mattia Binotto is confident that he still has Ferarri's "full trust and support," despite the resignation of one of his biggest allies.


Hinchcliffe secures Andretti Autosport return on full-time deal

IndyCar race-winner James Hinchcliffe will become a full-time Andretti Autosport-Honda driver in 2021, making a full-time return to the team he raced for in 2013 after six appearances in 2020


Aston Martin provide glimpse of Vettel at team HQ

Aston Martin have released footage of Sebastian Vettel arriving at the team's headquarters in the UK, wearing green, of course.


Lapierre rejoins Signatech for Alpine Hypercar class programme

Former Toyota factory driver Nicolas Lapierre will return to the top class of the World Endurance Championship with Alpine in 2021