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Robin Miller's Mailbag for May 27, presented by Honda Racing / HPD

4 hours ago

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, Calif.-based company at http://hpd.honda.com/ and on social media at @HondaRacing_HPD and htt...

MotoGP: Iannone battling another injury

11 hours ago

Ducati MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has discovered a further arm injury following his recent testing crash, but is committed to racing in this weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Mugello. Iannone crashed ...

F1: FIA to get stricter on flexi-wings

13 hours ago

Formula 1 governing body the FIA intends to introduce stricter tests on front wing designs in an effort to prevent teams breaking the rules. F1 rules expressly forbid moving aerodynamic parts, and un...

F1: No action over de Villota accident

15 hours ago

An investigation into Maria de Villota's accident when testing a Marussia Formula 1 car in 2012 has concluded no action will be taken against the parties involved. De Villota crashed into an articula...

DTM: Mercedes overhaul is paying off, di Resta says

16 hours ago

F1: Red Bull considers taking penalties

16 hours ago

The Red Bull Formula 1 team will this week consider whether to take its first engine penalty of the season in the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix. The four-time world champion team suffered a number of ...

FR3.5: September decision on 18-inch wheels

17 hours ago

Renault and Michelin will decide in September if the Formula Renault 3.5 series will switch to 18-inch wheels for the 2016 season. Michelin has been vocal in recent weeks of its belief that Formula 1...

F3: More changes for EuroInternational

18 hours ago

Formula 3 European Championship team EuroInternational has been forced to make a complete change to its driver lineup for this weekend's round at Monza. Dane Nicolas Beer, who missed the most recent ...

F1: Honda switching development focus

18 hours ago

Honda chief Yasuhisa Arai will shift the manufacturer's development focus following McLaren scoring its first Formula 1 points of the season in the Monaco Grand Prix. McLaren enjoyed its strongest we...

MILLER: Montoya - the more mature monster


When Juan Montoya stomped the Indy Racing League in the 2000 Indianapolis 500 he was an unpopular winner. As the defending CART champion he was equally despised by the IRL zealots and IRL brass becau...

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