Octane columnist and historic racer Tony Dron will demonstrate the 1938 Mercedes-Benz W154 at VSCC SeeRed at Donington Park, UK, through May 31-June 1
2008 sees the 50th anniversary of the only international rally for sub-500cc cars.
Marc Haynes, of Haynes International Motor Museum, has launched a new GT Cup race series in collaboration with Motor Sport Vision Racing (MSVR).
Singapore has been officially confirmed as the first ever Formula One night race in 2008. September 26 will see the FIA descend on Singapore for three days of midnight racing.
Formula 1's governing body has stirred up a hornet's nest with its handling of two incidents of corporate technical espionage. Now the FIA has pledged to press libel charges against a prominent motorsports journalist who alluded to the group's actions as a "witch hunt."
A WRC co-driver will launch a new rally school scheme for teenagers at Autosport International next month.
Aston Martin has revealed the first images of its new GT racer: the Vantage GT2.
The Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), organisers of the Dakar Rally (formerly Paris-Dakar), have cancelled this year's event, just a day before the scheduled January 5 start in Lisbon, citing terrorist threats in Mauritania and warnings from the French government.
Westfield Sports Cars will unveil a prototype rolling chassis at Autosport International, which will form the basis for the world's first one-make electric car race series.
Following the recent cancellation of the 2008 Dakar Rally due to terror threats, the Chilean Tourist Service has offered its desert as an alternative route.
The British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) has passed the running of its Historic Sportscar Championship on to the historic motor sport organiser Motor Racing Legends.
Formula One star Lewis Hamilton was presented with the sought-after Hawthorn Memorial Trophy at the MSA's Night of Champions at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London, on Friday evening.
Audi Tradition will lay a wreath on a stretch of the autobahn on Monday to mark 70 years since the death of the Auto Union racing driver Bernd Rosemayer.
Aston Martin is set to return to Le Mans this year in the famous blue and orange Gulf Oil livery.
Chris Smith, the founder of Westfield who acquired the Chevron marque just over a year ago, has announced its return to the racing scene. With the first chassis frame almost complete and all the main components sourced and ready to go, the first Chevron B8 should be ready for its maiden outing at the V de V meeting at Estoril in November.
In weather which switched rapidly between heavy rain and bright sunshine, a most exciting historic race took place on the morning of this year’s 24-hour modern endurance event.
Porsche has launched a new online cinema to enable fans to view official films from the company archive.
Silverstone may have staged its most successful British Grand Prix in ages, and tickets are already selling fast for the 2008 event.
The Tour Britannia race for pre-1976 cars has received almost twice as many entrants as last year.