FIA “way over the top” with latest F1 black and orange flag – Magnussen

The Haas driver damaged the wing in a brush with Max Verstappen on the opening lap of the Marina Bay circuit race.
With the endplate section on Magnussen’s car appearing to be flapping about, a few laps later the FIA issued him with a black-and-orange flag – which signifies that a driver has a mechanical issue and must return to the pits for repairs immediately.
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Conway ends six-year Action Express Racing IMSA spell

The Toyota World Endurance Championship regular has been part of the team stable since 2017, taking part in the bulk of the long-distance races at Daytona, Sebring, Watkins Glen and Road Atlanta in that time.
But Conway has now confirmed that his drive to second at Petit Le Mans alongside Pipo Derani and Olivier Pla was his last with the team.
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WRC New Zealand: Rovanpera closing in on historic win

The Toyota driver extended his lead to 32.0s over team-mate Sebastien Ogier, while chief title rival Hyundai’s Ott Tanak held third, 46.1s adrift. Rovanpera and Tanak shared the spoils across the pair of Sunday morning stages.
Rovanpera will secure a maiden world title if he clinches the rally win and picks up at least two points on the powerstage.
Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville completed …Keep reading Source

Alpine prefers experienced driver in 2023, but Doohan an F1 option

The Enstone-based squad remains on the lookout for a team-mate for Esteban Ocon for 2023 after Alonso elected to jump ship to Aston Martin and its reserve Oscar Piastri signed for McLaren.
Alpine has set its sights on a deal to take Pierre Gasly from AlphaTauri, but Red Bull, which owns the Frenchman’s contract, says it will only release him if it gets hold of IndyCar driver Colton …Keep reading Source