2:55 PM GMT Former McLaren Formula One driver Heikki Kovalainen claimed his first Super GT championship in the 2016 season finale at Motegi on Sunday. 2008 Hungarian Grand Prix winner Kovalainen and Lexus Team SARD teammate Kohei Hirate ... ESPN.co.uk, 3 weeks ago
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Motorsports Published on November 22nd, 2016 | by Australian racing driver Mark Webber has ended his competitive career with apodium finish in the Porsche #1 car at the season's last race in Bahrain. One of the classiest drivers ever to sit ...Gas 2, 2 weeks ago 'Emotional' Webber wants farewell bubbles CNN, 2 weeks ago Mark Webber bids farewell to motorsport CNN, 2 weeks ago
Follow Viknesh [embedded content] The third and final race car for the 2017 season of popular Japanese touring car series Super GT, the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500, has been revealed. The will compete in the premier GT500 class alongside the ...MotorAuthority, 2 weeks ago
Caption: Driver change for Nick Cassidy Nick Cassidy has finished Japan's Super GT Championship fifth overall in his TOMS AU Lexus RCF after a third and fourth placing at the final two rounds of the series at Motegi over the weekend. The ...MotorSport NZ, 3 weeks ago Cassidy finishes fifth overall in Super GT MotorSport NZ, 3 weeks ago
The #24 Forum Engineering ADVAN Nissan GT-R of Daiki Sasaki and Masataka Yanagida scored its second win of 2016 in the first race of the double-header at Twin Ring Motegi. It was a remarkable win for the duo, who ran the entire race on one set of ...Daily Sports Car, 3 weeks ago
9:29 AM GMT It's been 38 years since Formula One had an American race winner or world champion. Jimmy Carter was president, Tom Landry's Dallas Cowboys were Super Bowl champions and Pete Rose had just recorded his 3,000th major league hit. The ...ESPN.co.uk, 1 month ago
When Colin Chapman launched the Lotus Seven in 1957, he could scarcely have imagined it would still be in production 60 years later. Today, this back-to-basics sports car is built by Caterham Cars, a tiny British company with big ambition. We ...Motoring Research, 1 month ago
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