The case of a fatal dirt-track incident involving three-time Nascar champion Tony Stewart in upstate New York last month will be referred to a grand jury, authorities say.
As a Marlborough vineyard owner since 2002, John Kennard has long been familiar with the concept of maturing like a fine wine - and he sees the same trait in his business, as well as pleasure.
He's already won two V8 Supercars championships, now Marcos Ambrose has his sights set on victory at Bathurst.
Valentino Rossi won the San Marino Grand Prix on Sunday, at his home track, after MotoGP world championship leader Marc Marquez fell and finished 15th.
New Zealand's Greg Murphy rolled back the years and shared a spot on the podium at the Sandown 500 today as he and James Courtney finished second to winners Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell.
Hayden Paddon's duel with highly-rated Norwegian Mads Ostberg is heading for a potentially thrilling conclusion with three stages remaining at the latest World Rally Championship leg in Australia.
One of New Zealand's newest V8 Supercars drivers, Andre Heimgartner, believes that just finishing Bathurst next month will be a success.
Hayden Paddon has all but wrapped up the trans-Tasman component of Rally Australia in New Zealand's favour, but concedes his top-five aspirations in the latest round of the World Rally Championship appear out of reach.
Hayden Paddon has maintained sixth place in Rally Australia after the morning schedule on day two of the 10th leg of the World Rally Championship near Coffs Harbour on the New South Wales coast today.
The Formula One calendar will expand to a record-equalling 20 races next season with Mexico returning in November after a 23-year absence, the governing FIA said on Friday (local time).
Aprilia will return to MotoGP next season, a year earlier than previously announced, the Italian company said on Friday (local time).
Hayden Paddon is tracking for the best finish of his debut season in the World Rally Championship, yet a sense of frustration was still evident despite a relatively trouble-free start to Rally Australia today.
New Zealand's Hayden Paddon was in seventh place overall midway through the opening day of Rally Australia in Coffs Harbour today, the latest round of the World Rally Championship.
To be fast, you have to be willing to crash.
Auckland could be the deciding round for next year's V8 Supercars series with the event at Pukekohe Park Raceway being moved to later in the calendar in 2015.
Formula One has banned from next week's Singapore Grand Prix all radio communications that help improve the performance of the car or driver in a move that could add another twist to the title battle between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
Geraldine driver Hayden Paddon and co driver John Kennard pair up again in a Hyundai i20 WRC car for the next World Rally Championship round in Australia over the weekend. This will be a pressure event for them both. As it is the closest home event, many Kiwi fans will be there, but it will be the rivalry with team-mate, Australian driver Chris Atkinson which will produce the pressure. While Atkinson has more WRC experience, he has not driven in the Coffs Harbour event before, having only competed in the 2006 Rally Australia in Perth for the Subaru WRC team.
Hayden Paddon has returned to the scene of a highlight of his motorsport career, hopeful background knowledge of the roads around Coffs Harbour will ensure his World Rally Championship campaign resumes smoothly on Friday.
Dutch 16-year-old Max Verstappen has had his first proper Formula One test as Toro Rosso ramp up preparations for his race debut next year as the sport's youngest ever driver.
Michael Schumacher has left hospital to continue his recovery at at home but the former Formula One champion faces "a long and difficult road ahead" after his skiing accident last year, a statement said on Tuesday (local time).