Dylan will join Ash Samadi and Daniel Gaunt in an Audi Sport Customer Racing Australia run car.
And an inspiration to Angelo herself who someday hopes to make it into the Supercars Championship.
Romain Grosjean says he has no intentions of retiring from Formula One in the near future and believes he could continue racing in the championship until he turns 40.
The four rings are a force to be reckoned with this year.
Hayden Paddon will fill the gaps in his 2018 World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar by competing in local events at home in New Zealand.
David Reynolds will join Mark Griffith, Liam Talbot and John Martin in an AMG.
Can United Autosports pick up some pace before the Rolex 24 Hours?
McLaughlin will team up with Fraser Ross, Andrew Watson and Alexander West in the McLaren team’s Pro-Am entry at the Bathurst 12 Hour.
And Mercedes say they ‘will always be at the edge of reliability’ – what will 2018 bring for them with only three engines?
The Spanish driver will pilot United Autosports #23 LMP2 Ligier with Lando Norris and Phil Hanson.
Laurens Vanthoor, Earl Bamber and Kevin Estre join the Asian squad’s 2018 assault on ‘The Mountain’.
Not only does he need to win more, Bottas also says he needs to be more consistently competitive to beat Hamilton.
Thomas joins Jamie Augustine and Rhys Howell in the team’s Daytona Coupe for the 2018 B12HR
Andrew Macpherson will share a Lamborghini Huracan GT3 with Ben Porter for AMAC Motorsport in the Blancpain GT Asia Series next year.
The 2018 Formula 1 calendar has been formally approved by the FIA and World Motor Sport Council. Next year’s championship, which was provisionally revealed in June of 2017, will take … Continue Reading 2018 F1 calendar formally approved
Expanded Endurance Cup, fresh venue plus some joint Carrera Cup Asia action all headline the 2018 Carrera Cup Aus calendar.