In total, 36 hours and six consecutive days of live, high-definition auction coverage are on tap beginning Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 2.
The Barrett-Jackson/FOX partnership and expanded coverage are highlighted by the event’s first-ever appearance on FOX, starting Saturday, Jan. 18 at 3 p.m. ET.
Preview more one-of-a-kind dream cars and view the full TV coverage schedule here.
Estrella Galicia 0,0′s Spanish rider Alex Rins rides during a Moto3 qualifying session. (Photo: Getty Images)
Following a meeting of the Grand Prix Commission in Madrid on 10th December, it has been explained that maximum prices for engines, chassis and additional components are set to be applied for 2015 onwards.
During the meeting, one of the goals was to maintain the Moto3 philosophy of consistent parameters for costs in a category designed to promote the talents of up and coming riders competing on a level playing field.
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PUMA athlete and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. (Photo: Getty Images)
Lewis Hamilton is not quite a match for F1′s top drivers Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.
That is the view of Mark Webber, who after retiring from Formula One has already moved on to his next challenge, testing his 2014 Le Mans car and being officially unveiled as Porsche’s lead driver.
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The countdown to Anaheim 1 continues, airing LIVE on Fox Sports 1 on January 4th.
(Photo: Courtesy Racer X/Simon Cudby)
As the days of December continue to pass, preparations for the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season are in full swing with riders logging laps on the many Southern California test tracks. As the countdown to Anaheim 1 continues, airing LIVE on Fox Sports 1 on January 4th, it’s time to take a look at the bright future of the sport.
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12 Current F1 Cars That Look Better In 80s Liveries. (Photo: Courtesy of Camille De Bastiani)
As reported originally at Motorsportsretro.com
The nostalgia flows strong as 12 awesome renderings demonstrate what the 2013 Formula 1 grid might look like in the colors of old.
Check out more incredible retro F1 designs by the artist Camille De Bastiani
Beginning with the 1980 World Championship winning Williams FW07 pictured above, this list brings forth 12 individual “what if” moments, as we contemplate the significance of each historic livery. Some of them look as at home on the modern machinery as they ever did in decades passed, whilst others are perhaps best left undisturbed – you decide.