MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi has announced his intention to attempt to race at the Aragon Grand Prix this weekend, after suffering from a double-leg fracture just 22 days ago.
The Italian, a 9-time champion, finished 18th in a practice session at the Spanish circuit today.
Marc Márquez, who is riding in his home GP this weekend, tops the standings on practice day 1.
Lewis Hamilton wins his 60th Grand Prix in Singapore to move 28 points clear of rival Sebastian Vettel.
The Mercedes man was after a miracle and he got one following a dramatic crash at the start which put an end to Vettel's race.
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Lewis Hamilton looks sharp in the first practice session as he leads team mate Valtteri Bottas.
He was a second quicker than title rival Sebastian Vettel and nearly half a second quicker than Bottas in second.
We are in the early stages of the Belgian Grand Prix and it's pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton who leads rival Sebastian Vettel, but Max Verstappen is an early casualty after his car loses power.
Finnish Driver Kimi Raikkonen has renewed his contract with Ferrari until the end of the 2018 season.
The 37-year-old extends his stay into a fifth consecutive year with the Italian giants.
Good news coming from Formula One, Robert Kubica who suffered a bad rally crash in 2011 and had only partial movement in his right arm, is close to a racing return.
He will test for Renault on the second of August in Hungary and will be used as an assessment of his capabilities.
Kubica won the Canadian Grand Prix in 2008 and was regarded as one of the sport's hottest prospects at that time.
Formula One cars will have to have a controversial cockpit head-protection on them from next season the FIA has confirmed.
According to the governing board, the 'Halo' presents the best overall safety performance after an evaluation of a large number of devices.
The Halo passed the test of having a wheel fired at it at 100mph and Kimi Raikkonen tested the device in Barcelona in 2016.
The Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas has starred during this afternoon's qualifying sessions for the Austrian Grand Prix and he will start tomorrow's race on pole position.
Bottas is joined on the front of the grid by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, while Lewis Hamilton managed to finish third in qualifying but he will actually start in eighth place tomorrow because of a five-place grid penalty he received for a change of gearbox in practice yesterday.