Fernando Alonso is to sit out the season-opening Formula One Grand Prix in Australia on advice from doctors.
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Susie Wolff will drive for Williams during practice at the British and Spanish Grands Prix in 2015, the team have confirmed.
The son of Michael Schumacher has taken the next step in his own motor-racing career by signing for a Formula 4 team.
Southampton are being well backed for a Premier league win tonight but Aston Villa are friendless ahead of their game.
Max Chilton is switching to sportscar racing after signing for Nissan in the World Endurance Championship.
Williams set the fastest time as pre-season testing drew to a close in Barcelona on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets on his final day of testing ahead of the Formula One season on Saturday.
Nico Rosberg sent out an ominous warning to the rest of Formula One by setting the fastest time in Barcelona.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso has told fans that he is well after crashing heavily in testing last weekend.
Marussia's return to Formula One has been approved by the sport's FIA governing body.