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Yamamoto tops first day of Suzuka take a look at, Lawson finest rookie

The Nakajima Racing driver, who is set to remain with the team for a third season next year, posted a best time of 1m35.613s with around 15 minutes remaining in an extended 2hr10min afternoon session to go fastest.Kenta Yamashita made a last-minute jump up to second with a time just 0.051s shy of Yamamoto's benchmark...
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Gold Superstar, Tasman Sequence mixed for 2023

The V8-powered S5000 series, which contests the modern iterations of both prizes, has revised the make-up of its calendar for 2023.No long will the Australian Drivers' Championship/Gold Star and the Tasman Series be held separately as had been the case for the past two years.Instead the Gold Star season will be extended to include all

Van Gisbergen desires Feeney to push him

Unsurprisingly the Kiwi didn't face much of a fight from across the T8 garage this season thanks to a combination of his own career-best form, and the fact he was up against a Supercars rookie in Feeney.While van Gisbergen racked up record amounts of race wins en route to the title...

Garcia, Eckes land 2023 NASCAR Truck rides with MHR

Eckes, who has advanced to the Truck Series playoffs twice, will drive MHR’s No. 19 Chevrolet, sponsored by NAPA Auto Care. Garcia, a native of Monroe, Ga., will compete fulltime in the No. 35 Chevy sponsored by Adaptive One beginning with the March 3 race at Las Vegas...

IndyCar to dawdle hybrid devices with 2.2s, no longer 2.4s, in 2024

Chevrolet and Honda have swiveled their resources from testing their 2.4-liter engines to cooperating with each other and working with a new hybrid component supplier after it became clear that the proposed component from Mahle would be insufficient for the rigors of IndyCar racing and would not be ready in time for the 2024 season.On