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Ready, set, slow! British Citroen 2CV enthusiasts stage 24-hour race

SNETTERTON, England, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Roaring engines and squealing tires - though not especially great speeds - were the ordre du jour at a 24-hour endurance race in Britain celebrating one of history's quirkiest cars - France's Citroen 2CV. Twenty-four competitors drove their famously ramshackle but durable 2CVs 706 laps around a three-km circuit with the highest speed recorded at just over 64 mph (102 kph). Team Lion 1 came first despite undergoing three engine changes and 24 pit stops. More »

 

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Formula One launches eSports world championship

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One will crown its first virtual world champion at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after announcing on Monday the launch of an eSports series to run from September to November. More »

 

Kubica does two race distances in Hungary F1 test

(Reuters) - Robert Kubica completed 142 laps of the Hungarian Grand Prix circuit on Wednesday in a test that could lead to a Formula One race comeback more than six years after the Polish driver's career was cut short by a rally crash. More »

 

McLaren set engine deadline amid Renault speculation

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - McLaren say the next five weeks will be the key to deciding which engine they will use next season, with speculation mounting that the former world champions could ditch Honda and switch to Renault. More »

 

Motor racing-McLaren set engine deadline amid Renault speculation

BUDAPEST, July 31 (Reuters) - McLaren say the next five weeks will be he key to deciding which engine they will use next season, with speculation mounting that the former world champions could ditch Honda and switch to Renault. More »

 

Vettel in fine fettle for F1's August break

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel will enjoy Formula One's August break as championship leader but the Ferrari driver knows the job is only half done and it will not get any easier in the months ahead. More »

 

Motor racing-Vettel in fine fettle for F1's August break

BUDAPEST, July 31 (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel will enjoy Formula One's August break as championship leader but the Ferrari driver knows the job is only half done and it will not get any easier in the months ahead. More »

 

Massa withdraws from Budapest test, focus on Kubica

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Brazilian Felipe Massa has withdrawn from this week's Budapest Formula One test after missing Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix because he felt unwell. More »

 

Brazilian Di Grassi wins season three Formula E title

(Reuters) - Brazilian Lucas di Grassi became the third different Formula E champion in three years on Sunday, winning the 2016-17 title in the final race in Montreal while rival Sebastien Buemi failed to score. More »

 

Motor racing: Hulkenberg clashes with "most unsporting" Magnussen

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Renault's Nico Hulkenberg branded Haas rival Kevin Magnussen the "most unsporting" driver in Formula One after a Hungarian Grand Prix clash between the two on Sunday. More »

 

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