Formula E CEO, Alejandro Agag talks about Formula E racing, and the future of it in light of the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU. » Read More
IndyCar driver Helio Castroneves told CNBC he's ready for this Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
With the Indy 500 just days away, IndyCar CEO Mark Miles talks about the company's recent changes and its financial future.
Mark Miles, Hulman & Co. CEO, discusses how Kurt Busch impacts racing and comments on the "solid shape" of IndyCar.
The electric car championship has secured funding and TV deals across the world ahead of its first season, says Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings.
The first fully electric auto racing championship soon gets underway, as Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag tells CNBC.
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag discusses the new motor racing championship series that features cars powered only by electricity. Agag also lays out his vision for the future of electric vehicles and the involvement of Leonardo DiCaprio in the sport.
"The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis announces his show will will act as the official sponsor of Nascar's Sprint Cup series in Phoenix. Nascar chief marketing officer Steve Phelps, and Phoenix International Raceway president Bryan Sperber, discuss.
Some of these seats provide a view you've never seen before. Others enable you to see and be seen with movers and shakers of Wall Street, Hollywood and sports.
Racing star Danica Patrick talked with CNBC about her sport's dependency on the economy and her new sponsorship deal.
Yehuda Shmidman, Sequential Brands Group CEO, and Danica Patrick, NASCAR race car driver, discuss branding and the big business of auto racing.
Eric Boullier, Team Principle of the Lotus F1 Team discusses future plans for the Lotus team.
Lesa France Kennedy, International Speedway CEO, discusses the $400 million makeover of Daytona International Speedway, where the goal is to make it a year round destination.
The "Squawk Box" crew and CNBC's Robert Frank look under the hood and get behind the wheel of the world's fastest and most expensive sports car.
CNBC's Robert Frank and John Hill, Bugatti sales director, take a look at the world's fastest and most expensive car; the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which comes with a price tag of $2.5 million and a top speed of 253 MPH.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is the world's fastest open-top sports car, reports CNBC's Robert Frank from behind the wheel of the luxury automobile.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France about the U.S. economy, higher ratings and the shift in Nascar's demographic.
"It really shifts people's perception of what an electric car can do," said Lord Drayson, CEO of Drayson Racing Technologies, on how new technology is changing the auto industry.
The champion driver Jeff Gordon shows off his newly designed Axalta-coated race car at CNBC headquarters.(And he reveals where he is investing in real estate.)
Tony Kanaan, 2013 Indianapolis 500 Winner, discusses how he got into auto racing, what the adrenaline rush feels like and his next steps.
Discussing the economic impact of the Indy 500, and competition with NASCAR, with Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles.