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Malaysian MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso wins as Marc Marquez finishes fourth

Andrea Dovizioso (right) leads Marc Marquez at Sepang



Andrea Dovizioso won the Malaysian MotoGP on Sunday to keep his slim world title hopes alive.

The Italian's victory leaves him 21 points behind leader Marc Marquez, who was fourth at the Sepang circuit, with one race to go in Valencia, Spain.

Read more: Malaysian MotoGP: Andrea Dovizioso wins as Marc Marquez finishes fourth

Brendon Hartley & Pierre Gasly set to drive for Toro Rosso in 2018

Brendon Hartley (right) made his Formula 1 debut at last weekend's American Grand Prix



Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley are poised to form the Toro Rosso driver line-up in Formula 1 in 2018.

Team boss Franz Tost said there was a "high possibility" the Frenchman and New Zealander would stay on next year after being drafted in late this season.

Read more: Brendon Hartley & Pierre Gasly set to drive for Toro Rosso in 2018

Fernando Alonso: McLaren driver to compete in Daytona 24-hour race

Fernando Alonso took part in this year's Indianapolis 500 and impressed on his debut



McLaren driver Fernando Alonso is to compete in the classic Daytona 24-hour sportscar race in January.

The Spaniard will be partnered by 17-year-old Briton Lando Norris, expected to be McLaren reserve in 2018, and regular sportscar driver Phil Hanson.

Read more: Fernando Alonso: McLaren driver to compete in Daytona 24-hour race

Mexican Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton chases world title on a track suited to Ferrari

Lewis Hamilton won the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix and could clinch his fourth drivers' world title there in 2017



Lewis Hamilton will almost certainly clinch his fourth world title at the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend, so it is ironic that it is expected to be one of the best races of the year for his rival Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari team.

Hamilton's Mercedes team have been fearing the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for some time, believing that it is one of a handful of tracks this year where the nature of their car means they will struggle.

Read more: Mexican Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton chases world title on a track suited to Ferrari

Brendon Hartley: Toro Rosso driver will keep his seat for Mexican Grand Prix

 
Hartley finished 13th on Sunday in the US Grand Prix



New Zealander Brendon Hartley is to keep his seat at Toro Rosso for this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix as Pierre Gasly returns to the team.

Hartley, 27, was drafted in for his Formula 1 debut at last weekend's US Grand Prix as Frenchman Gasly was due to race in Japan's Super Formula.

Read more: Brendon Hartley: Toro Rosso driver will keep his seat for Mexican Grand Prix


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