Saudi Arabia interested in taking over F1?
According to the American media Bloomberg, the Saudi public investment fund would have submitted an offer of 20 billion dollars to Liberty Media to buy the commercial rights of the F1 early 2022, but the Americans don’t want to sell. At least not for now. READ HERE.
Monte-Carlo: Ogier still the leader, Toyota in demonstration
Kalle Rovanperä joins the club of 100… special stage victories
By claiming the scratch during SS9 and SS11 of Rallye Monte-Carlo, Kalle Rovanperä broke the bar of 100 special stage victories in WRCwhile being the youngest pilot to reach this symbolic number. READ HERE.
Peugeot will use jokers on its 9X8 for 2023
Aston Martin promises there will be ‘no excuses’
On the website ofAston MartinEric Blandin, the new French aerodynamicist of the Silverstone team promised a very different AMR23 from its predecessor and promised that there would be no excuses as to the success of the team’s long-term project. READ HERE.
Daytona Roar: Meyer Shank Racing and Acura continue
The Acuras were in the best shape during this first day of testing at Daytona. After Colin Braun, it’s Helio Castroneves which distinguished itself with the Japanese LMDh of Meyer Shank Racing. READ HERE.
Gresini unveils its 2023 Ducati MotoGP
Gresini riders Alex Márquez and Fabio Di Gannantonio unveiled the Ducati satellite team’s new livery. READ HERE.