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12 days ago
Volkswagen wins its last world rally event
Volkswagen wins its last world rally event

Andreas Mikkelsen held off Sebastien Ogier to win the Rally of Australia by 14.9 seconds on Sunday.

18 days ago
WATCH: Fan says Rossi assaulted her in paddock
WATCH: Fan says Rossi assaulted her in paddock

A motorcycling fan has filed a complaint against nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi, claiming the Italian assaulted her.

20 days ago
Lorenzo signs off from Yamaha with a win
Lorenzo signs off from Yamaha with a win

Jorge Lorenzo, in his 250th Grand Prix and his last race for Yamaha, gave the Triple Tuning Fork a dominant lights-to-flag victory.

23 days ago
Lorenzo looks to leave Yamaha on a high
Lorenzo looks to leave Yamaha on a high

Three-times world champion looks to end his nine-year Yamaha career with victory at the season-ending Grand Prix of Valencia.

24 days ago
Win an advanced driving course with Speed Stars
Win an advanced driving course with Speed Stars

This week's Speed Stars sees soapsuds fly as actresses Thuli Phongolo and Sarah Kozlowski take on a new role as racing drivers.

25 days ago
Battered Pedrosa to return for MotoGP finale
Battered Pedrosa to return for MotoGP finale

Honda's jockey-sized tough guy plans to race at Valencia, a month after breaking his collarbone, leg and foot in a crash at Motegi.

26 days ago
Killarney Motor Show a roaring success
Killarney Motor Show a roaring success

With its delightful, slightly parochial air of informality, it was more like a garden party for petrolheads.

31 days ago
Volkswagen to pull out of WRC - reports
Volkswagen to pull out of WRC - reports

Volkswagen set to pull out of the World Rally Championship at the end of 2016, the decision coming days after it won a fourth title.

33 days ago
Scholtz takes 2016 SuperGP title in style
Scholtz takes 2016 SuperGP title in style

Yamaha rider Mathew Scholtz takes his first South African title with a double win in the final round of the 2016 SuperGP series.

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