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  1. Hayden Paddon will contest five national rallies at home in New Zealand to stay sharp in gaps in his seven-round World Rally Championship programme with Hyundai
  2. Haas probably hurt itself in the 2017 Formula 1 season by switching focus to its '18 car too early, team principal Gunther Steiner has admitted
  3. Nigel Mansell is most famous for winning the 1992 Formula 1 world championship, but in retirement he has also mastered magic
  4. The Formula 1 Strategy Group has at last come up with a sensible solution to the problem of a driver's weight with a ballasted minimum weight of 80kg
  5. Dakar winner Carlos Sainz believes his son, Formula 1 racer Carlos Jr, took "revenge" on him this month for all the advice he has given him during his single-seater career
  6. Suzuki will reward three of its Superbike riders, including former MotoGP race winner Toni Elias, with a chance to test its GSX-RR in Sepang next week
  7. Formula 1 teams have agreed to push through bodywork changes for 2019 aimed at giving them better space for sponsorship logos
  8. IndyCar says the fact that an aeroscreen is to be tested at Phoenix next month doesn't necessarily mean it will be used in competition in 2018 - if at all
  9. Rally legend Carlos Sainz has scored his second Dakar victory in the 2018 edition of the event
  10. Williams expects new Formula 1 signing Sergey Sirotkin to be with the team for "many years ahead" following the multi-year deal that landed him a race seat for 2018
  11. Honda says it would have left the World Touring Car Championship had the series stuck by its TC1 regulations beyond the end of the 2017 season
  12. The FIA is finalising plans for the introduction of a minimum F1 driver weight in 2019, ensuring heavier drivers are no longer penalised
  13. DTM boss Gerhard Berger says the championship is working "under high pressure" to find new manufacturers to come in after Mercedes leaves the series
  14. Pairing Valtteri Bottas alongside Lewis Hamilton has changed the way the Mercedes Formula 1 team thinks about internal rivalries between its drivers, according to team boss Toto Wolff
  15. Carlos Sainz has edged closer to his second Dakar Rally victory, but his Peugeot team is set to miss out on a one-two finish following a penultimate stage crash for Stephane Peterhansel