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Former F2 racer Jordan King will compete in IndyCar for 2018, after securing a deal with Ed Carpenter Racing. The Brit took some time out of his busy pre-season schedule to tell Rob Watts how the deal was done, and why he’s moving stateside.
Laura Leslie gives us the lowdown on all the runners and riders for the 100th Indianapolis 500.
We like the idea of Formula E. Another feeder series into F1 and a chance for the FIA to pretend its being environmentally conscious (if not "friendly"...
In the winter of 1992 a secret test occured in Phoenix, Arizona. It concerned the CART team Penske, one of the most successful in...
It was a largely quiet weekend in the motor racing world, with many series enjoying their summer holidays. Oh, all hell broke loose during Indycar's visit to New Hampshire, but apart from that we've been snoozing in hammocks, re-arranging our F1 books by author's surname (rather than by size) to fill the time before Spa...
There was no F1 this weekend but there was a ludicrous amount of action elsewhere, with this week's Racing Digest covering no fewer than 11 different series. We were so pushed for space we had to ignore the Superstars Series' trip to Donington Park - oh the humanity! Enjoy.
In this week's racing digest we cover everything from a dramatic final lap of the Indy 500 through to the dramatic final lap of NASCAR's Cup race in Charlotte.
Whilst watching the Spanish Grand Prix with keen attention Badger has also been keeping an eye on other events in the world of racing, and it's here for you to catch up on in our Weekend Digest.
There may not have been a grand prix this weekend but there was a whole host of other motorsport taking place across the globe. Here we're rounding up the results and the action in our (non-F1) weekend digest.
As Indycar slowly rebuilds, a few of Badger's American open-wheel lovin' writers have been looking at the reasons to get on board with the series, which this weekend makes its annual pilgrimage to the streets of Sao Paulo.