Kiwi Formula E driver Mitch Evans hasn't given up on his dream to become Formula One World Champion.
Hayden Paddon is about to embark on his third season in the WRC and it could be his most challenging.
The deal that would see Williams' driver Valtteri Bottas replace Nico Rosberg at Mercedes is all but confirmed.
Sarah Walker is about to step into unfamiliar territory in more ways than one.
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Williams' Felipe Massa will postpone retirement allowing Valerri Bottas to join Mercedes according to reports.
13-time Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop will headline this year's Whanganui Cemetery Circuit on Boxing Day.
Job Quantock has won Hyundai's Young Driver Scholarship to become kiwi rally car driver Hayden Paddon's understudy.
London Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton will escape unpunished for ignoring team orders in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix which saw Nico Rosberg clinch the Formula One world title.
Kiwi drift racer Mike Whiddett is a global sensation, with more Facebook followers than any Kiwi in sport.
Mercedes are considering Fernando Alonso as a replacement for retiring world champion Nico Rosberg.
Scott McLaughlin's has won the Barry Sheene Medal for best and fairest driver for the second time, while newly crowned champion Shane Van Gisbergen has scooped the 'Driver's Driver' award.
Two of Australia's motorsport icons believe Shane van Gisbergen will be a multiple Supercars champion.
Shane van Gisbergen has rubber stamped his Supercars championship with victory in the final race of the season and on the streets of Sydney.
Garth Tander will bid farewell to the Holden Racing Team from pole position in the final Supercars race of the season at the Sydney 500.
Champion-elect Shane van Gisbergen has claimed provisional pole position for the season's final Supercars race in Sydney.
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A stunning come-from-behind drive in Sydney has delivered Shane van Gisbergen his first Supercars championship, denying Jamie Whincup a record 7th title.