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Motor racing-Formula One excited by Vietnam possibilities, says Carey
MANILA, June 4 (Reuters) - Formula One is excited by the possibility of a race in Vietnam as part of an expansion in Asia but Europe remains the bedrock of the sport, chief executive Chase Carey said on Monday.
NASCAR notebook: Buschâs track sweep is a done deal - for now
LONG POND, Pa. - Kyle Busch completed an unprecedented, monumental feat last Sunday in winning the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Motor racing: Mallya resigns as Force India F1 director
LONDON (Reuters) - Co-owner Vijay Mallya has resigned as a director of the Force India Formula One team but will continue to serve as principal and shareholder.
Motor racing: Aerodynamics head De Beer leaves struggling Williams
LONDON (Reuters) - Williams replaced head of aerodynamics Dirk De Beer on Wednesday after a troubled start to the Formula One season that has left the former champions languishing in last place with only four points from six races.
Sarajevo interested in hosting Formula E race
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Sarajevo is hoping to host a Formula E race next year after a proposal by the Bosnian capital's mayor was backed unanimously by the city council on Wednesday.
F1 cannot count on continued high hosting fees, says Wolff
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One can no longer count on raking in huge sums of money from race hosting fees and is right to chase fresh revenue streams, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.
Canada could be key for Red Bull's engine decision
LONDON (Reuters) - The Canadian Grand Prix could determine whether Red Bull decide to stick with Renault, who powered them to all their Formula One championships, or switch to Honda engines from next season.
Motor racing-Canada could be key for Red Bull's engine decision
LONDON, May 29 (Reuters) - The Canadian Grand Prix could determine whether Red Bull decide to stick with Renault, who powered them to all their Formula One championships, or switch to Honda engines from next season.
Motor racing-Mercedes F1 boss critical of FIA over Ferrari probe
MONACO, May 28 (Reuters) - Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has criticized Formula One's governing body, the FIA, for naming two of his employees who raised questions about the legality of Ferrari's energy recovery system.
Motor racing-Resta joins Sauber from Ferrari as technical director
MONACO, May 28 (Reuters) - Sauber have tightened their links with Ferrari by appointing the Italian team's chief designer Simone Resta as technical director on Monday.
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