Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says he hopes to contest the Le Mans 24 Hours later in his career.
Michael Schumacher has left the Grenoble hospital where he has spent the past six months.
Sebastian Vettel has been outperformed by Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo on-track this season, so it seems he's trying a different tactic to stay in his paymasters' good books.
16-year-old American Matt McMurry has become the youngest person ever to contest the Le Mans 24 Hour.
Lewis Hamilton believes he'll need to win the next four races if he's to overhaul team-mate and world championship leader Nico Rosberg.
While his fellow countrymen face Honduras on Sunday afternoon, former France goalkeeper Fabien Barthez will be taking on a very different challenge.
On the face of it, Formula One and the World Cup share very little in common.
Danica Patrick would be “the dream driver" for Gene Haas, whose American-based F1 team will debut in 2016.
Daniel Ricciardo became Formula One’s 105th race winner in Montreal last weekend.
Formula One drivers Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez have continued their battle from Sunday afternoon’s Canadian Grand Prix - on Instagram.
It may have been what their head of motorsport, Toto Wolff, called a “crappy day at the office” for Mercedes but, for the fans, his team’s travails in getting their cars off the line quickly have turned the last two races into absolute crackers.
After the superlative show at Silverstone, Formula One pulled off a double-header with another heart-stopper of a race in Hungary.
Formula One reaches the midway point of the season at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday: but the real action will not be on the track but off it as the race for ownership of the sport revs up.