German Formula One racers past and present have reacted to their nation's World Cup victory over Argentina yesterday.
Marc Marquez won a ninth successive MotoGP event in Germany, beating Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa and Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo.
Sir Chris Hoy took his first British GT podium finish in the championship's overseas event at Spa-Francorchamps last weekend.
Mika Hakkinen has criticised Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen's decision to talk about retiring at the end of the 2015 season.
Roberto Merhi reignited the Formula Renault 3.5 title battle with a standout performance at the Nurburgring.
Robert Kubica has won Rally del Casentino in Italy, taking 10 of the 12 stages aboard a Ford Fiesta RS.
Kazuki Nakajima assumed the points lead in Japan’s Super Formula championship with victory at Fuji Speedway.
Red Bull have dominated F1's recent history, but Ferrari appear to be gearing up to wrestle control of their beloved sport back from Sebastian Vettel and company.
A wry look at some of the stranger tales from the world of motorsport.
A number of controversial new rules will be introduced for the 2015 Formula One season. These have been met with resentment from much of the F1 community, but what effect will they actually have?
Jenson Button has refused to dismiss speculation concerning his expected imminent retirement from Formula One and it is widely predicted that he will quit the sport within days of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton is concerned Mercedes’ poor showing in Singapore could be repeated at the Japanese Grand Prix next Sunday and is still waiting for an explanation from his team.
Jenson Button is demob happy, according to the 1996 world champion Damon Hill, as speculation continues to grow that the McLaren driver is to quit Formula One.