Racing

NASCAR at Charlotte: Start time, entry list, TV, radio schedule for the Alsco Uniforms 500

NASCAR Cup Series drivers will get another crack at Charlotte Motor Speedway, three days after the Coca-Cola 600 — the longest race of the year. Wednesday night's race will be much shorter, however. Here is all the information you need to get ready for tonight's Alsco Uniforms 500 at Charlotte: START TIME: 8 p.m. ET. TV: Fox Sports 1. Pre-race broadcast begins at 7 p.m. ET. RADIO: Performance Racing Network. STREAMING: Fox Sports Go. RACE DISTANCE: The Alsco

Ferrari Legends Vodcast: Felipe Massa's verdict on Sebastian Vettel, Carlos Sainz

Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel’s time at Ferrari should not be classed as a failure, saying the team’s 12-year wait for another world title is not only down to their drivers. In a special and entertaining ‘Ferrari Legends’ edition of the Sky F1 Vodcast, three key members of the Scuderia’s last title-winning line-up – Massa and his former race engineer Rob Smedley, along with their ex-team boss Stefano Domenicali –

What time does the NASCAR Truck race start today? Schedule, TV channel for Tuesday night race at Charlotte

After a few Cup Series races and a couple Xfinity Series races, NASCAR’s Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series finally gets its chance to return from a three-month hiatus amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 Truck Series schedule resumes Tuesday night with a race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The start time for Tuesday night’s NASCAR Truck Series race is relatively late — 8 p.m. ET with a green flag time of

Driver suspended after getting professional gamer to take his place for esports race

Audi have suspended Formula E driver Daniel Abt with immediate effect on Tuesday after he cheated in an official esports race by getting a professional gamer to take his place. Abt issued an apology on Sunday for the deception in Saturday’s fifth round of Formula E’s virtual ‘Race at Home Challenge’. The 27-year-old, who was disqualified and ordered to pay 10,000 euros ($10,956) to a charity of his choice, could

British GP set to go ahead after Johnson U-turn on Silverstone F1 double header

Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle says the Government's decision about saving the British Grand Prix will "take a few weeks" – but he remains optimistic about the outcome. And in a huge boost to the circuit's chances of hosting a double header this summer, it emerged on Monday that Boris Johnson has intervened to ensure the showpiece can go ahead as planned. F1 had been hoping to host back-to-back races at

Stewards’ enquiry underway after allegations of cheating mar virtual Formula E race

The outcome of round five of Formula E’s esports Race at Home Challenge was under a stewards’ enquiry on Sunday amid claims a “ringer” had taken the place of Audi Sport’s Daniel Abt and finished third. Saturday’s 15-lap race around a virtual Berlin Tempelhof track was won by Britain’s Oliver Rowland for Nissan e.dams with Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne second for Mercedes. “Really not happy here because that was not Daniel

Chase Elliott says Kyle Busch was 'deserving' of middle finger at Toyota 500, has 'no regrets'

Chase Elliott stood in the rain Wednesday night, his middle finger following Kyle Busch’s No. 18 car as it continued around the Darlington Raceway track.  Moments before, Busch ended Elliott’s chance at a possible first-place finish when he clipped the rear left bumper of Elliott’s No. 9 car and sent him spinning into the inside wall. Elliott was in second place, just behind Denny Hamlin, when Busch “made a mistake and

British GP: Silverstone still 'optimistic' F1 races will be able to take place

Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle says he “remains optimistic” that the British GP will be able to take place this summer. Home Secretary Priti Patel on Friday confirmed government plans for a 14-day quarantine for travellers arriving in the UK from June 8. Sky Sports understands that the government will continue to explore special solutions for elite sports, including Formula 1. Under strict and extensive ‘biosphere’ conditions with the testing of

Jenson Button & McLaren back 'very fast' Carlos Sainz to be Ferrari hit

Carlos Sainz will “give Charles Leclerc a run for his money” and can be a Formula 1 race winner at Ferrari, according to Sky F1’s Jenson Button and McLaren boss Zak Brown. After five years flashing his promise and star potential in F1’s midfield, Sainz will make a big step-up in 2021 when he replaces four-time champion Sebastian Vettel at the sport’s most successful and famous team. Ferrari have admitted

Are esports the future of driver testing in motorsport?

McLaren Formula One boss Zak Brown has revealed that his drivers could soon be practising for races from the comfort of their own homes rather than on multi-million pound simulators at their factories as they usually do. F1 has been in limbo since the coronavirus pandemic put the brakes on its season-opener in March. It hopes to get underway in Austria in July but in the meantime the lack of