FIA says no single cause, nobody to blame for Hubert death

The death of Formula Two driver Anthoine Hubert at last year’s Belgian Grand Prix had no single cause and no driver was to blame, a report by the governing FIA said on Friday. Hubert, 22, suffered fatal injuries after he crashed and his car was then hit by Ecuadorian-American driver Juan

Bahrain to enter own team in 2021 Dakar rally

London- Bahrain will enter its own team in next year’s Dakar Rally after being title sponsor this year of Spaniard Carlos Sainz’s winning Mini JCW X-Raid entry. The island kingdom’s Mumtalakat sovereign wealth fund announced on Wednesday that it was setting up a joint venture with British motorsport and engineering company

Tokyo cuts ribbon on new Olympic venue Ariake Arena

Japan - Tokyo cut the ribbon on another new Olympic venue on Sunday, just under six months ahead of the games’ opening. This time it was the Ariake Arena alongside Tokyo Bay, the venue for Olympic volleyball and wheelchair basketball at the Paralympics. Only one new venue remains to be inaugurated. That’s

Carlos Sainz extends his Dakar lead, Sam Sunderland crashes out

Spaniard Carlos Sainz extended his Dakar Rally lead with a second stage win in five days on Thursday while Britain’s Sam Sunderland, motorcycle champion in 2017, crashed out in the Saudi Arabian desert. Sainz, a two-times Dakar winner, finished almost three minutes ahead of closest rival and defending champion Nasser Al-Attiyah