Rallycross - WRC-style race cars battling on short track with tar, mud and obstacles is one of the most exciting of motorsports.2014 highlights!
This feature's packed with fun articles and videos, driving tips and warnings, for holiday travel,short or long. Be with us in '15.
Jean Todt, chairman of the International Automobile Federation, has welcomed - if costs can be reduced - the concept of more teams joining the Formula 1 grid.
Bernie Ecclestone's long reign could be under threat from new Formula 1 chairman Paul Walsh, according to London's Financial Times.
McLaren has yet to announce its 2015 Formula 1 drivers so the team's 2014 driver, Jenson Button, has resorted to jokes because of the ridiculous delay.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have been named among the mega-rich of Switzerland. However, their millions have nothing on neighbours Michael Schumacher and Bernie Ecclestone.
'They don't give anything to Formula 1,' says former F1 driver Jarno Trulli who believes the sport won't miss financially struggling teams Caterham and Marussia.
Felipe Massa, happy with Wiliams' performance in 2014, believes his team could be a title contender in 2015. And that he could be the Drivers' champion...
Two cars were used in a ram-raid at the Red Bull Formula 1 plant in central England during Saturday night to gain access to and steal more than 60 racing trophies.
Sebastian Vettel joins Ferrari, Carlos Sainz to race for Toro Rosso... Check our F1 drivers' line-up for 2015.
Take a ride with Vettel at the Fiorano circuit
Watch the high-performance Range Rover Sport SVR tear up the racetrack.
Here's what you should know about these vital kids. Do you have one?
Does 2015 mean it’s time for a new car? Here's some car-buying tips.
Parking can be a nightmare, here's some help. Cool VIDEOS!
Opel's luxury supermini contender. Will buyers get value for money?
VW has refreshed its Jetta range for 2015 though engines are unchanged.
BMW's spruced-up 6 Series and performance M6 will arrive here in 2015.
Here's a list of tips with all you need to know before hitting the road.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says no other drivers are being considered for the team - and won't be until contracts for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are signed for 2016.
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