The British Touring Car Championship will feature a capacity 32-car grid for the second successive year.
BMW is back in top-line UK motor sport, launching a works programme in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with leading team West Surrey Racing.
The £425m Circuit of Wales project is set to become part of a multi-sports leisure and entertainment venue with global action sports brand Extreme Sports.
The BTCC was again action-packed in 2016. But winners don’t always provide the full story of the season – who most impressed us in 2016?
Citroen has unveiled its new World Rally Championship car, the Citroen C3 WRC, built to new regulations for the WRC that come into force in 2017.
Toyota will return to the World Rally Championship in 2017, 17 years after the brand last competed, with a two-car team of Toyota Yaris WRC cars.
The British Touring Car Championship will again feature a capacity 32-car grid in 2017, with the Vauxhall badge returning amongst the 17 entered teams.
Goodwood Motor Sport has announced provisional 2017 dates for its two flagship motorsport events, the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival.
Vauxhall will race in the 2017 British Touring Car Championship as a manufacturer entry for the first time since 2009, supporting a two-car team of Astras.
Audi and Volkswagen blowed out of the World Endurance and World Rally Championships in style with one-two finishes in their final events.
Ford is taking its new Mustang into international motor racing – a GT4 race version of the car has been unveiled at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Volkswagen is set to quit the World Rally Championship (WRC), in what is thought to be more fallout from the ‘dieselgate’ emissions scandal.
Audi is to terminate its international sportscar racing programme and quit Le Mans, to focus on the FIA Formula E electric single-seater championship.
Every year, the world-famous Goodwood Revival thrills a sell-out crowd with spectacular cars and great racing. Jovita Ivinskaite worked as a volunteer at this year's event.
Mercedes-Benz has signed an option to enter Formula E for 2018/2019, securing one of two new entries for the all-electric racing championship's fifth series.
The Honda of Gordon Shedden came from behind in the second year in succession to take the British Touring Car Championship in the final race of the season.
BTCC title outsider Colin Turkington's Subaru starts from pole position for the first of three finale races, after a rain-hit qualifying
The 2016 British Touring Car Championship reaches its finale this weekend at Brands Hatch, with eight drivers in four makes of car able to win the title.
BTCC leader Sam Tordoff endured a difficult day at Silverstone, but will still go to the Brands Hatch finale with his BMW leading the points.
The MG6 of Ashley Sutton will start on pole position for the first of Sunday’s three British Touring Car Championship races at Silverstone.