Motor Sports

Motorcycling-Rossi not ruling out return in Spain this weekend

Sept 18 Italian great Valentino Rossi has not ruled out a return to MotoGP in Spain this weekend, three weeks after breaking his right leg, after getting back on a bike for some test laps on Monday.

Motor racing-Formula One plays the blame game after Vettel smash

LONDON, Sept 18 Sebastian Vettel's temperament is under the spotlight again after the Ferrari driver's hopes of seizing back the Formula One lead disappeared in a few seconds of mayhem at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday.

Motor racing-McLaren can be resistant to change, says Honda boss

LONDON, Sept 18 Honda's motorsport head has portrayed former champions McLaren as 'systematic' and set in their ways as the Formula One partners prepare to separate at the end of the season.

Motor racing-Palmer wants six of the best to boost his F1 hopes

LONDON, Sept 18 Departing Renault driver Jolyon Palmer says he wants to end the Formula One season on a high after a breakthrough race in Singapore.

Motor racing-Mercedes must not drop the ball now, warns Wolff

SINGAPORE, Sept 18 Mercedes will see Ferrari's Singapore self-destruction as a warning, even as they revel in Lewis Hamilton's sudden 28-point lead, that anything can happen in Formula One and nothing can be taken for granted.

Singapore GP attendance rises 19 percent in 2017

SINGAPORE, Sept 18 Attendance at the Singapore Grand Prix rose 19 percent in 2017, underscoring the popularity of the race, whose contract was extended last week for four years.

Motor racing-Newgarden holds off Pagenaud for IndyCar title

Sept 17 (The Sports Xchange) - Simon Pagenaud did what he had to do to win IndyCar's season championship Sunday at Sonoma Raceway in California. But so did Josef Newgarden.

CORRECTED-Motor racing-Red Bull roll back the years with Singapore form

SINGAPORE, Sept 17 Red Bull rekindled memories of their pomp at the Singapore Grand Prix, but team driver Daniel Ricciardo doesn't expect a three-way tussle at the top in Formula One just yet.

Motor racing-Aston Martin wants to be more involved in F1

LONDON, Sept 17 British luxury sportscar maker Aston Martin is looking to get more engaged in Formula One, chief executive Andy Palmer said on Sunday amid speculation of a title partnership with Red Bull and future engine involvement.

UPDATE 2-Motor racing-Vettel's hopes of regaining title lead wrecked in Singapore GP crash

* Two Ferraris collide, Raikkonen and Verstappen also out (Adds detail, quotes)

Dhoni: the legacy of a cricket champion

When Dhoni finally hangs up his boots for good in all forms of cricket, he'll be best remembered as a handsome and charismatic leader who inspired India to scale cricket's greatest heights.