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Maverick Vinales takes Qatar MotoGP pole as qualifying is rained off
Vinales to make Yamaha debut from P1 on the grid as practice times are used in lieu of qualifying.
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Sauber super-sub Giovinazzi stars in maiden F1 qualifying, takes 16th
Giovinazzi had just hours to get ready for his first F1 qualifying session, but performed admirably.
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A lasting legacy: Eric Medlen’s death spurred NHRA safety gains
John Medlen remembers his son's final seconds like they were his first steps.
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Grosjean: ‘Unbelievable’ to score Haas’ best F1 qualifying result in Australia
Grosjean takes sixth on the grid for the 2017 season opener as Haas begins its sophomore year.
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Daniel Ricciardo frustrated to crash out of home F1 qualifying
A tough home qualifying for Daniel Ricciardo as he finishes the day in the wall.
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Valtteri Bottas disappointed with P3 start for Mercedes F1 debut
Despite finishing just three-tenths of a second off pole, Bottas was disappointed to be third on the grid for his first Mercedes start.
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Vettel: Front-row grid slot for Australia proof of Ferrari’s progress
Ferrari's first front-row starting slot since the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix shows just how far Ferrari has come over the winter.
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Hamilton buoyed by sixth Australia F1 pole, ready for tight race
Despite storming to pole at Albert Park, Hamilton is expecting a much tighter fight in the race on Sunday against Vettel and Bottas.
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Lance Stroll set for Australia grid penalty after gearbox change
Stroll will drop five places on the grid for his F1 debut after crashing out in practice.
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More races, more friction in the future for F1
The new owners of Formula One are planning to have more races and a greater presence in North America, and wouldn't mind revving up the ratings with some extra friction among drivers.
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Jolyon Palmer on the back foot in Australia after F1 practice crash
A tough day for Palmer in Melbourne as he manages just 10 laps for Renault.
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Indy 500 champ Rossi takes his shot with the Blackhawks (PHOTOS)
The past Stanley Cup-winning city of Chicago hosts the Indy 500 champ for a day with the Blackhawks.
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FIA WEC reveals restructured TV commentary team
Hello to Toby Moody, Martin Haven and Allan McNish in the FIA WEC TV booth, with John Hindhaugh focusing on radio for 2017.
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With aesthetics fixed, F1 chiefs turn attention back to engine sound
F1's bigger, meaner look for 2017 has met widespread approval - but now another issue needs resolving.
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Conor Daly set for American Ninja Warrior on NBC
The young American gets a last-minute call-up to the show.
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Daniel Ricciardo: Australian GP pole ‘a stretch’ for Red Bull
Ricciardo thinks he can beat one Mercedes in qualifying on Saturday, but not both Silver Arrows.
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Ferrari’s F1 pre-season pace hard to find in Australian GP practice
Ferrari was being talked about as the title favorite on Thursday. Come Friday, concern is already setting in.
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Hamilton boosted by ’99 percent perfect’ F1 practice in Australia
After a tough end to pre-season testing, Hamilton feels lifted by a near-perfect display in practice at Albert Park.
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Williams’ Massa, Stroll prep for new phases of their careers (VIDEO)
Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll look to take Williams Martini Racing forward in 2017.
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Hamilton completes Friday F1 practice double in Australia
Lewis Hamilton leads the way again as lap times get close to record times in Australia.
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Hamilton sets rapid pace to open F1 2017 in Australia FP1
A strong start to the new season from Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, scoring another one-two finish.
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Sean Gelael set for Toro Rosso F1 tests in 2017
Formula 2 racer Gelael to get his first F1 run-out in Bahrain.
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More speed, but will Formula 1 be more of the same?
Faster cars and fiercer competition are the great expectations of the new regulations in Formula One, yet the championship outlook hasn't altered much ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
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Faster F1 cars means bigger, stronger drivers for 2017
Renault driver Niko Hulkenberg has the kind of name that sounds like big could be his thing.
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FIA replaces ‘Verstappen rule’ regarding moving under braking for 2017
F1 race director Charlie Whiting explains the rationale behind ditching the 'Verstappen rule' for 2017.
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Alonso downbeat as McLaren prepares for bleak Australia weekend
After a torrid pre-season, McLaren prepares for a tough start to the 2017 campaign in Australia this weekend.
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Stefan Johansson’s latest blog: St. Pete, Sebring wrap, Melbourne prep
A look through some of the talking points coming out of Florida and going into Australia for this weekend's Australian Grand Prix.
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F1 Paddock Pass: Australian Grand Prix (VIDEO)
The Australian Grand Prix is here, and so is the weekend's first edition of the NBC Sports Group original digital series, Paddock Pass.
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Daniel Ricciardo open to NASCAR-style calendar for Formula 1
Can F1 expand beyond its current roster of 20 races in a year? Daniel Ricciardo thinks so.
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Sebastian Vettel: Ferrari still in the dark over 2017 F1 chances
Can Ferrari carry its pre-season form through to this weekend's season-opening Australian Grand Prix?
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Full 2017 F1 on NBC Grand Prix race schedule, air times and networks
Here's all air times for all 20 Grands Prix this season on the NBC Sports Group networks.
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Hamilton maintains Ferrari is F1 favorite, says Vettel is cooling hype
Will Ferrari end its win drought in Australia on Sunday?
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Sam Schmidt to enter the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame
Sam Schmidt, co-owner of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, is set to be inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame as part of its 2017 class.
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Red Bull GRC: Series confirms Ottawa for Canadian date in June
Red Bull Global Rallycross will visit the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa for a doubleheader on June 17-18.
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Formula 1 Roundtable: Australia
MST's writing team offers its thoughts on this weekend's F1 season-opener.
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F1 Preview: 2017 Australian Grand Prix
The waiting is finally over. After one of the busiest winters in the sport’s history, Formula 1 finally bursts back into life this weekend with the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park. The city of...
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NHRA: John Force Racing won its 2,500th Funny Car round at Gainesville
It wasn't just a career-best elapsed time run and a final round victory for John Force at last week's NHRA Gatornationals and Gainesville. It was also the John Force Racing team's 2,500th Funny Car round...
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F1 on NBC crew previews the upcoming 2017 season
The F1 on NBC team looks ahead to the start of a new Formula 1 season, which begins this weekend on NBCSN.
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Hinchcliffe’s DTM test with Mercedes an ‘amazing blast of a lifetime’
Just your typical off week race drive - James Hinchcliffe makes his debut in Robert Wickens' DTM car in Italy.
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Sauber
Attention turns from survival to revival for Sauber in 2017.
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Renault
After a tough return to F1 in 2016, can Renault impress this time around?
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First IndyCar test on IMS oval moved up to Friday
Testing set for Friday at IMS and other notes that have emerged from the track in the last couple weeks.
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One final look back: 2016’s F1 highlights (VIDEO)
Before the 2017 season kicks off, here's one final look back at the 2016 campaign.
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Montoya returns to natural IndyCar habitat, back at Barber test
It was only one test day but it was good to see Juan Pablo Montoya back in the now No. 22 Chevrolet for Team Penske.
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Aussie Ricciardo tipping much faster Red Bull in 2017
Daniel Ricciardo is confident his Red Bull is faster than the car he drove to third place in the Formula One drivers' championship last season.
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2017 Formula 1 season preview: Five storylines to watch
Luke Smith looks at the storylines that will define the new F1 season, starting this Sunday in Australia.
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Will Power ends Barber test on top
Team Penske stormed to the front in the second session of the Verizon IndyCar Series’ open test at Barber Motorsports Park, with three Penske drivers in the top five spots at the end of the day. Will Power...
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Sato leads early at Barber test; Rossi visor cam debuts (VIDEO)
First three hours of testing at Barber Motorsports Park in the books.
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F1 2017 preview: Through Jamey Price’s lens (PHOTOS)
Testing showcased the new F1 cars for 2017. Here's a few cool shots from American photographer Jamey Price from Barcelona this year.
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FIA Formula E confirms nine homologated manufacturers from 2018
The list is out of the confirmed manufacturers homologated in Formula E from 2018, the series' fifth season.
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Haas
After an impressive debut year in F1, can Haas continue to impress through 2017?
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Scuderia Toro Rosso
Can Toro Rosso finally hit its target of a top-five constructors' finish in 2017?
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All eyes on Max Verstappen as new F1 season gets underway
Max Verstappen no longer has the element of surprise, and all eyes will be on the Dutch driver when the Formula One season gets underway at the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.
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2017 Sebring 12 thoughts, musings, observations
A recap of the rest of the week at the 2017 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
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Formula 1 2017 preview: Offseason recap
Running down all of the news from a busy F1 offseason.
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Garcia: Sebring win a ‘dream turnaround’ for No. 3 Corvette team
A "superhuman" last few hours from Antonio Garcia coupled with great pit work on the No. 3 Corvette team propelled this car to a surprise win.
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Esteban Gutierrez confirmed at Techeetah Formula E
New team confirmed for Esteban Gutierrez in Formula E, as he'll debut there next week.
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Dario Franchitti, Bruce McLaren elected to IMS Museum Hall of Fame
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti and legendary driver and constructor Bruce McLaren have been voted into the prestigious pantheon by an esteemed panel of auto racing journalists,...
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From validation to domination for Taylors in Daytona, Sebring sweep
Daytona's win for the No. 10 Cadillac team was about the finish; Sebring's was about the full domination.
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Hamilton’s F1 title bid might prove harder without Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton's bid to regain his Formula One title might actually prove harder without Nico Rosberg around.
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: McLaren
After a nightmare pre-season, can McLaren-Honda kick into life come Australia?
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Williams
Can Williams bounce back after dropping to fifth in the constructors' championship last year?
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NHRA: John Force, Schumacher, Gray, Krawiec chomp down Gatornationals wins
All four drivers earned their first wins of 2017.
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Wolff: Hamilton-Rosberg F1 rivalry became too intense
A healthy rivalry is good within teams - but not when it spills over as it did at Mercedes last year.
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At the sixth attempt, Ricciardo chases first home F1 podium in Australia
Can Daniel Ricciardo end his home-race hoodoo and finish on the podium next weekend?
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Force India
Can Force India continue to be F1's pound-for-pound champions in 2017?
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari was the fastest team in winter testing, but will this continue through the season?
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David Coulthard: Lewis Hamilton could quit F1 mid-season
Coulthard doesn't expect Hamilton to hang around if he becomes disillusioned with life in F1.
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Garcia’s heroics deliver Corvette third straight Sebring, denies Ford
Corvette Racing and Antonio Garcia steal a win in GT Le Mans at Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
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Taylors, Cadillac complete ’36 hours of Florida’ sweep at Sebring
Cadillac dominate, Wayne Taylor Racing's No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R wins 65th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
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Lauda cites ‘unfinished business’ in WEC after 2016 title loss
Despite winning five races last year, Lauda missed out on a maiden WEC crown with AMR.
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Grosjean would have been ‘destroyed’ by 2017 F1 cars without extra training
Grosjean admits his 2016-self would have been "destroyed" driving the new cars in 2017.
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Sochi Autodrom names grandstand after Vitaly Petrov
Sochi honors Russia's first F1 driver ahead of this year's grand prix.
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Remembering Lewis Hamilton’s F1 debut, 10 years ago today
Luke Smith looks back on Lewis Hamilton's F1 debut in Australia, 10 years ago today.
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2017 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Rolling Updates
Here's updates as they occur from today's 65th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Red Bull Racing
With aerodynamics once again a big factor in F1, can Adrian Newey magic up a car fit for Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen to fight for the title?
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Formula 1 2017 team preview: Mercedes
MST's 2017 F1 season preview begins with a look at the defending champions: Mercedes.
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Manor Formula 1 assets to be sold at auction
All of the leftover equipment from Manor's defunct F1 operation will be sold off at auction.
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Ford GT goes for the endurance race ‘triple sweep’ in Sebring
After wins in Le Mans and Daytona, Ford Chip Ganassi Racing goes for the 'triple sweep' with a Sebring win.
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NHRA: John Force sets best career ET in qualifying at Gainesville
In first qualifying day after crew swap, John Force only sets a career-best elapsed time...
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KohR Ford, RS1 Porsche win CTSC race at Sebring
New Ford Mustang GT4 wins Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race in Sebring.
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Alex Lynn adds WEC program with G-Drive to busy 2017 duties
Lynn adds WEC to 2017 program that already features IMSA, Formula E and other sportscar outings.
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Jani, Rebellion secure the pole for 12 Hours of Sebring
The Rebellion Oreca topples the Cadillacs in qualifying at Sebring.
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Jean-Eric Vergne claims WEC seat with Manor for 2017
JEV becomes Manor's fifth confirmed WEC driver for 2017.
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Australian GP on NBCSN set to kick off 2017 F1 season
Next week kicks off the 2017 Formula 1 season from the Australian Grand Prix, on NBCSN.
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Wehrlein ‘well prepared’ for Sauber debut despite injury
Pascal Wehrlein was forced to miss the first week of pre-season testing due to injuries sustained in a crash at the Race of Champions.
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Bernie Ecclestone: No hard feelings towards Liberty over F1 exit
Despite being ousted as F1's CEO in January, Bernie Ecclestone has no hard feelings towards Liberty over his exit.
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Sainz focused on duties at Toro Rosso, not seat rumors
Sainz not yet dreaming of a big-time drive, saying such hopes depend on a good 2017 showing.
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Adrian Newey ‘has his mojo back’ ahead of new F1 season
Rival teams be warned: Adrian Newey is back in the groove ahead of the new F1 season.
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PWC: Marco Seefried, Magnus back together for SprintX
Marco Seefried and Magnus Racing together again for the Pirelli World Challenge SprintX races.
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It’s been five years since lone ALMS, WEC Sebring double in 2012
Nine classes, 64 cars, two series, and a lot of quirks made up the 2012 Sebring 12 Hours.
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Hindman, Cassels return to site of surprise first CTSC win at Sebring
Few expected Trent Hindman and Cameron Cassels to win their Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge debut as co-drivers last year. Now, they go for an encore.
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NHRA: Top Fuel leader Leah Pritchett goes for 3-straight in Gainesville
Leah Pritchett is going for her third straight win in as many races in 2017 this weekend in Florida.
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Sebring weekend, Thursday notes and results
Session recaps and notes as the 65th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring weekend gets underway.
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Ford Q&A: Mario Andretti reflects on Sebring win, 50 years later
Mario Andretti reflects on his win in the 1967 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
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Bourdais’ whirlwind week will end with shot for Florida triple crown
Sebastien Bourdais won Daytona, won St. Petersburg, and has a chance to win Sebring.
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Damon Hill: Mercedes must give Lewis Hamilton freedom
Damon Hill thinks Mercedes could risk losing Lewis Hamilton if it tries to clamp down on his lifestyle too hard.
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Red Bull's Horner: Mercedes ‘total favorite’ for F1 season
Horner adamant that Mercedes will be the team to beat in F1 this year.
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Red Bull GRC: Louisville, Atlantic City weekends announced
Red Bull Global Rallycross releases details for the Louisville (May) and Atlantic City (August) weekends.
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McLaren approaches Mercedes over possible F1 engine supply
Could McLaren make a sensational return to Mercedes power soon?
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CJWR’s ‘renaissance man,’ Till Bechtolsheimer, reflects on first CTSC year
From vintage racing to jokes riffing off his name, Till Bechtolsheimer has been a fascinating addition to the IMSA paddock and CJ Wilson Racing.
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Valtteri Bottas feeling no extra pressure racing for Mercedes F1
Despite now being with a title-winning outfit, Bottas feels no additional pressure.
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Eric Boullier: McLaren would be winning in F1 with Mercedes engines
Boullier confident McLaren would be back winning races if it had Mercedes, not Honda, as an engine partner.
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Mika Hakkinen returns to McLaren F1 in partner ambassador role
The Flying Finn returns to McLaren, the team he won F1 titles with in 1998 and 1999.
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Paddy Lowe joins Williams F1 as chief technical officer
Lowe officially completes his move from Mercedes to Williams for 2017.
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Kanaan, Castroneves kick off 20-year mark in IndyCar
In 1998, it would have been hard to forecast the longtime friends still rocking it in 2017.
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Penske drivers devour marshmallows, and it’s hilarious (VIDEO)
In Round 2 of the "Penske Games," Team Penske drivers see how many marshmallows they can master.
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Q&A: American Flat Track CEO Michael Lock on eve of 2017 season
American Flat Track kicks off its 2017 season this weekend with Daytona TT at Daytona Bike Week. A look ahead to the year with the series CEO; runs on NBCSN from July.
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Continental Tire rolls into Sebring with several key additions
Between a new Prototype tire, a new series and a new street tire, it's seriously busy times for Continental Tire.
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Tony Kanaan shows no signs of slowing down in 20th year
Tony Kanaan takes time to reflect on the past and continue to prepare for the future.
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Hull: 50th Ganassi sports car win a ‘terrific, major win’
Mike Hull reflects on Chip Ganassi Racing's 50th win in IMSA at the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
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Q&A: Jonatan Jorge on JJRD’s rise in driver coaching arena
Jonatan Jorge's coaching business has been a behind-the-scenes success story that's gotten more noticeable in recent years.
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Force India livery turns pink with BWT signing
European water technology company BWT shifts the livery for Sahara Force India away from its traditional colors.
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Texas repave complete; five-wide possible for IndyCar?
New Texas promises to be an interesting race for the Verizon IndyCar Series when race occurs in June.
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Brabham optimistic for Indy 500; stays ‘hungry, ambitious’
One of the top talents from the Mazda Road to Indy in recent years is working toward a second straight Indianapolis 500 appearance.
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MRTI: St. Petersburg weekend digest
Six races, 50 cars, and an incredible number of stories came out of the opening Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires weekend in St. Petersburg.
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Andretti Autosport’s street course program comes alive at St. Pete
For once, it appeared Andretti Autosport on a street course was back on form.
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Ryan Hunter-Reay endures St. Pete odyssey to finish fourth
From morning warmup crash from brake failure to a rebound to fourth, it was quite a Sunday for Ryan Hunter-Reay.
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F1 2017 testing recap: All posts, one place
Missed any Paddock Pass or testing results? We'll link them all here in one place.
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DiZinno: Bourdais, Coyne find strategic promised land in St. Pete
The win wasn't conventional for Sebastien Bourdais and Dale Coyne Racing Sunday in St. Petersburg. Neither have been their paths since Bourdais' U.S. debut at St. Pete in 2003.
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Hinchcliffe: ‘Honestly pretty disappointing’ to end P9 in St. Pete
James Hinchcliffe led early at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg but was unable to translate it into a result, with a caution catching him out.
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Long (PWC), Martin (Pro Mazda) round out St. Pete weekend with wins
Patrick Long and Anthony Martin win the last two races of the weekend at St. Petersburg.
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Newgarden’s race debut with Penske thwarted by first yellow
Josef Newgarden ends eighth in his Team Penske race debut, caught out on the first yellow from a potential better finish.
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Pigot delivers fiery start, but suffers fiery end, in St. Petersburg
Spencer Pigot goes from 13th to fifth early, but strong run undone by brake failure.
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Bourdais goes last-to-first for St. Petersburg victory
A Dale Coyne Racing strategy special and a pass for the lead delivers Sebastien Bourdais victory in IndyCar season opener for Honda.
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Pagenaud, Dixon hit different sides of luck in St. Pete
Simon Pagenaud a lucky second and Scott Dixon an unlucky third in 2017 IndyCar season opener.
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Colton Herta sets record as youngest Indy Lights winner at St. Pete
The 16-year-old wins for Andretti-Steinbrenner Racing in second start in Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.
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IndyCar Preseason Roundtable: St. Petersburg
The MotorSportsTalk writers look ahead to the opening race weekend of the 2017 IndyCar season.
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Scott Dixon leads morning warm-up while Ryan Hunter-Reay crashes
An accident for Ryan Hunter-Reay is the main story coming out of morning warm-up, while Scott Dixon leads.
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Honda teams resurgent in St. Petersburg
The troubles with Honda’s aero kit have been well documented. And even with Chip Ganassi Racing back under the Honda umbrella, the freeze in aerodynamic development led many to think that things...
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Preseason over, it’s time for Newgarden’s actual Penske race debut
Josef Newgarden will start his first race for Team Penske in fourth place at St. Petersburg.
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Will Power on pole again in St. Pete
Power secures seventh pole position in eight years at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
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Brembo releases statement about IndyCar brake calipers
Brembo releases a statement in wake of brake issues being reported this weekend.
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Penske confirms Montoya will run IndyCar GP at Indy
Roger Penske reveals that Juan Pablo Montoya will run the IndyCar Grand Prix at Indianapolis.
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Scott Dixon leads practice 3 at St. Petersburg
Lap times continued to drop during the third practice for Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Eight drivers were below the 1:01 mark, demolishing Friday’s fastest lap of 1:02.559,...
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St. Petersburg Saturday IndyCar, MRTI, PWC results
Updates as they happen from the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg weekend.
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Marco Andretti pleased with Friday practice
Marco Andretti gave his 2017 season an early shot in the arm by turning the fastest lap in opening practice for Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. He backed it up with the eighth fastest...
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F1 Paddock Pass: Barcelona testing day four (VIDEO)
Will Buxton recaps the final day of pre-season testing in Barcelona with Romain Grosjean, Bob Fernley, Steve Matchett and Leigh Diffey.
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St. Petersburg weekend, Thursday and Friday notes
There are a lot of notes that come from St. Petersburg. Here's a roundup of them.
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Lewis Hamilton: No benefit to sandbagging in F1 pre-season testing
With Ferrari impressing through pre-season, Lewis Hamilton admits that he doesn't know if Mercedes can match its pace.
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Dixon, Power end 1-2 in St. Petersburg second practice
Scott Dixon and Will Power top the timesheets in the second Verizon IndyCar Series practice of the day at St. Petersburg.
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INDYCAR confirms four primary manufacturer extensions
Chevrolet, Honda, Dallara and Firestone all extended in multiyear deals with INDYCAR.
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Marco Andretti paces first practice at St. Petersburg
Andretti on top after first official session of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season.
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Raikkonen sets blistering pace as F1 winter testing ends in Barcelona
Raikkonen finishes close to the overall lap record in Barcelona as winter testing comes to a close.
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1964 F1 world champion John Surtees dies at age 83
A world champion on both two and four wheels, Surtees passes away at 83.
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Smith: As McLaren’s crisis deepens, Alonso’s 2018 plans become hot topic
Luke Smith ponders where Fernando Alonso could end up in 2018 after another torrid F1 pre-season for McLaren.
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Turn 3 at St. Petersburg modified after accidents in practice
Curb added and wall pushed back at the usually fast right-hander.
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PREVIEW: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
There's a lot of words in the preseason for IndyCar, so here's more words.
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Pirelli confirms 2017 F1 tire picks up to Azerbaijan GP
Compounds confirmed for Spain, Monaco, Canada and Azerbaijan.
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Vettel: Mercedes still team to beat despite Ferrari’s pace
Despite Ferrari's impressive pre-season pace, Sebastian Vettel still thinks Mercedes is the team to beat.
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All-stars, philanthropy unite with $81,000 raised in charity kart race
Sixth annual Kart 4 Kids Pro/Am Kart Race raises $81,000 for the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
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Hamilton: Ferrari downplaying true pace in F1 testing
Hamilton calls out Ferrari for not showing its true pace in pre-season testing.
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F1 Paddock Pass: Barcelona testing day three (VIDEO)
Will Buxton recaps day three of the second F1 pre-season test in Barcelona.
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NHRA surprise: John Force swaps crew chiefs, teams with Robert Hight
Just 2 races into the 2017 season, John Force switches crew chiefs and teams with teammate Robert Hight.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Dale Coyne Racing
Optimism runs high in the Dale Coyne Racing camp for 2017.
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GP2 Series becomes FIA Formula 2 for 2017
FIA Formula 2 is revived in time for the 2017 season, starting in Bahrain on April 15.
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Berlin to host Formula E double-header in place of Brussels
Formula E's season three schedule to remain at 12 rounds as Berlin becomes a double-header to make up for Brussels' cancellation.
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Vettel sets fastest time on penultimate day of F1 testing
Vettel sets the pace for Ferrari with a new fastest time of pre-season.
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Prema unveils 2017 GP2 livery; Nabil Jeffri joins Trident
A new look for Prema in 2017 with Ferrari juniors Leclerc and Fuoco on board.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: A.J. Foyt Enterprises
The team name is the same but nearly everything else is different for Foyt in 2017.
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27 cars confirmed for WEC Prologue at Monza
All but one full-season WEC entry will appear at Monza next month.
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Will Stevens to remain in Blancpain GT Series with Audi WRT
Stevens to prioritize commitments in Blancpain GT this year despite WEC offers.
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MRTI: 17 drivers to watch in 2017
Here's a look at 17 potential champions between Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 in 2017.
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2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season preview
Some key story lines to watch ahead of the new Verizon IndyCar Series season, which starts this weekend in St. Petersburg.
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Porsche confirms Kevin Estre in final GTE Pro WEC full-season seat
Estre to race alongside Richard Lietz, Michael Christensen and Frederic Makowiecki in 2017.
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Newgarden ‘anxious’ to start with Team Penske (VIDEO)
Team Penske’s Josef Newgarden appeared on NASCAR America on Wednesday to discuss his mindset ahead of his first race with the team at this weekend’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg....
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F1 Paddock Pass: Barcelona testing day two (VIDEO)
Will Buxton brings you the latest news and interviews from the paddock in Barcelona.
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PWC: 2017 GT, GTS season preview
A fair bit of change lies ahead for Pirelli World Challenge in 2017, but the biggest changes don't come until late April.
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Fernando Alonso hits out at Honda: ‘No reliability, no power’
Alonso makes his frustration clear after another difficult day for McLaren-Honda in Barcelona.
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Red Bull GRC: RLL Racing enters series with Austin Dyne
Austin Dyne will run with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in Red Bull GRC, as the team enters the series.
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Bottas edges Massa to lead second day of F1 test in Barcelona
Ex-Williams teammates Bottas and Massa battle for the fastest time in Barcelona.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports could win races this year but need greater consistency.
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Wehrlein felt ‘no pain’ upon F1 return from injury with Sauber
Wehrlein's return from injury is a smooth one in Barcelona.
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MRTI: Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, USF2000 2017 season previews
Here's a look ahead to the seasons in the Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires.
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Todt: Manufacturers would leave F1 if V10 engines returned
Jean Todt rules out a return to bigger engines for F1, saying it would "not be accepted by society".
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Ed Carpenter Racing
Seeing Ed Carpenter Racing's ascension has been impressive. Now, the team turns to JR Hildebrand as its new leading light behind the wheel.
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Defending champion Pagenaud looks for even more glory in 2017
The only thing better than winning a championship? Preparing to defend one. That's what Simon Pagenaud faces in 2017.
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F1 Paddock Pass: Barcelona testing day one (VIDEO)
Will Buxton brings you all the latest news and interviews from Barcelona in Paddock Pass.
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MRTI: Entry lists released for St. Petersburg
More than 50 drivers from 14 countries are present ahead of season-opening weekend at St. Petersburg.
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Lewis Hamilton: Ferrari currently quickest team in Formula 1
Mercedes may hold the fastest time so far in 2017 pre-season testing, but Hamilton believes Ferrari is the quickest team in F1 right now.
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Getting to 33: 2017 Indy 500 car count thus far
The quest to find the 33 cars to run in this year's 101st Indianapolis 500 is well underway.
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Aston Martin commits to WEC entry until 2021
Aston Martin will remain on the grid in the WEC until 2021.
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Paul Hembery handed new Pirelli role amid management reshuffle
Hembery becomes Pirelli's new LatAm executive director, but retains overall control of its motorsport interests.
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Felipe Massa tops opening day of second Barcelona F1 test
Massa quickest for Williams as McLaren hits trouble once again in Barcelona.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing's success has been incredible the last two years. Can the strong, single-car team sustain it for a third straight campaign?
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Horner: Bottas not to be dismissed as Mercedes’ number two driver
Red Bull's Horner praises Bottas, but says he is happy with his own driver line-up in the fight against Mercedes.
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Ganassi confirms GE LED Lighting for Dixon at St. Petersburg
Scott Dixon's No. 9 Honda will be adorned in GE LED blue at St. Petersburg.
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Red Bull GRC: Series confirms Thompson doubleheader
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park confirmed to host Red Bull Global Rallycross pair of races in June.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Andretti Autosport
After a challenging 2016 season, Andretti Autosport looks for a rebound this season.
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McLaren hit by more Honda engine issues as F1 testing resumes
Another day, another engine change for McLaren as Honda's winter of discontent continues.
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Offseason recap: Verizon IndyCar Series
Quite a bit's happened over this Verizon IndyCar Series offseason since Simon Pagenaud won the 2016 title on September 18.
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Aston Martin-Red Bull hypercar given name of the Gods: Valkyrie
The Red Bull-designed limited edition Aston Martin ditches its project code name in favor of Valkyrie.
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Bobby Rahal: RLL needs to ‘begin season on better footing’
If Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing can avoid St. Petersburg pitfalls, a potential better 2017 season beckons.
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SAFEisFAST: Franchitti, Olvey provide case study on concussions (VIDEO)
Dario Franchitti and Dr. Steve Olvey take a deeper dive at how concussions occur, how they've dealt with them and how the racing industry moves forward.
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Mercedes will run both Hamilton, Bottas every day this week
Mercedes AMG Petronas keeping both of its drivers in the car for all days this week.
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F1 drivers happy with the hurt dished out by faster cars
Battered and bruised, Lewis Hamilton loves the punishment he is receiving from his more physically demanding Mercedes.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Chip Ganassi Racing
Chip Ganassi Racing's switch to Honda presents an opportunity to lift the manufacturer back into consistent race-winning contention.
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Pascal Wehrlein cleared to run at second Barcelona test
Sauber will have Wehrlein back for this week's running at Barcelona.
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Jay Howard confirmed in Tony Stewart’s supported SPM Indy entry
Roller coaster career for the 36-year-old Englishman sees him back in an IndyCar after six years and several false starts.
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IndyCar 2017 team preview: Team Penske
Team Penske's dynamic 2016 IndyCar season was excellent, but can it be repeated this year?
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