School-age karters head to Dunedin for annual champ meeting

Sporting codes across the school spectrum use the annual winter holiday break for national competition - and KartSport is no different.

British GP thriller gives F1 response to the critics

London (AFP) - An unexpected start, a dramatic opening lap and two late rain showers enabled Formula One to answer its critics in emphatic fashion as Lewis Hamilton triumphed on home soil in Sunday's British Grand Prix.

McLaren feeling the pain on and off the track

By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren have acknowledged that their lack of Formula One success is hurting commercially in terms of lost revenues and sponsor appeal. ...

Dillon in crash as Earnhardt wins at Daytona

Dale Earnhardt Jr won the rain-delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway, where Austin Dillon's spectacular crash punctuated the finish in the early hours of Monday morning.

Alonso's 'first point of many' at Silverstone

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Fernando Alonso finally scored what he described as "the first point of many" for struggling McLaren when he finished 10th in Sunday's British Grand Prix.

Alonso ends miserable run with a point at last

By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Fernando Alonso scored a morale-boosting first point of the Formula One season at the ninth attempt on Sunday but neither the double wor...

Williams men left frustrated

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were left frustrated and at loggerheads after seeing their bid for a bold Williams one-two at the team's home British Grand Prix undone by rain showers and pit-stops.

Hamilton revels in having to battle to win

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton admitted Sunday he relished the moment when Felipe Massa beat him to lead at the start of the British Grand Prix and set up his barn-storming battle for a dramatic victory.

Santa didn't wave me into pits: Vettel

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Sebastian Vettel rejected claims that his podium finish in Sunday's British Grand Prix was a Christmas gift, the former four-time champion insisting that he and Ferrari had earned third place on merit.