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The nine-time MotoGP race winner announced back in June that he would be quitting Yamaha a season into his current two-year deal with Yamaha as the relationship between both parties soured irreparably across the 2021 campaign. Vinales was later confirmed as an Aprilia rider for 2022, though his debut was pushed up to last week’s
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London, September 21, 2021: Motorsport Network, the leading independent media, interactive entertainment, and e-commerce company focused on the motorsport and automotive industries, has commissioned renowned international design firm Pininfarina to reimagine its prestigious Autosport Awards trophy, bringing its distinctly Italian automotive heritage to a symbol that has defined the industry for over three decades. The redesigned
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The governing body established an Investigatory Tribunal immediately after this year’s event, with an experienced panel including Garry Connelly, Matt Selley and Neal Bates looking in to the tragic deaths. Shane Navin, Leigh Mundy and Dennis Neagle were killed in two separate incidents at this year’s running of the long-standing tarmac event in Australia’s south.
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Reigning DTM Trophy Champion Tim Heinemann was successfully able to control the 1200bhp DTM Electric car from AVL Racing’s simulator in Graz, more than 80km east of the Formula 1 venue.  For this purpose, the championship equipped the under-development car with Schaeffler’s drive-by-wire system, which eliminated the need for a physical connection between the steering
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The 65-year-old Austrian will be replaced as vice-president of Porsche Motorsport by Thomas Laudenbach, who is returning to the marque after eight years with Audi Sport. Laudenbach, 53, was head of racing powertrains at Porsche in 2005-2013, in which time he led development of the 3.4-litre normally-aspirated V8 that powered the all-conquering RS Spyder LMP2
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Hyundai has confirmed Suninen will join its ranks alongside WRC2 regular Jari Huttunen with the news coming shortly after the Korean marque announced that Oliver Solberg will drive a WRC car at the October 14-17 October event. This is the second drive Suninen has secured since his shock departure from M-Sport last month. The Finn
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