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Al Unser Jr. back in IndyCar after decade
'Little Al' is back in IndyCar, not as a driver but as a coach and consultant to Harding Racing.
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Buy Ayrton Senna’s Monaco-winning car
The car is expected to go in the mid-to-high seven-figure range.
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Spencer Pigot set for full IndyCar season
After two part-time seasons running primarily on road and street courses, Spencer Pigot will contest his first full IndyCar season for Ed Carpenter Racing.
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F1: Recapping the past week’s news
A recap of Formula 1 news from the past week.
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Williams unveils 2018 Formula 1 car
Williams Martini Racing unveiled their 2018 Formula 1 car during an event in London on Thursday.
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Catching up with legend Kenny Bernstein
Kenny Bernstein was the first driver to break the 300 mph barrier and win championships in both Top Fuel and Funny Car.
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Kyle Novak eager to begin new season as IndyCar race director
Newly hired race director Kyle Novak looks to build on the routines established by the outgoing Brian Barnhart.
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Did Danica let it slip she’ll race Indy 500 for Ed Carpenter Racing?
While Danica Patrick previously said she wouldn't reveal who she'll race for in the Indy 500 until after Sunday's Daytona 500, she may have let it slip during Wednesday's NASCAR Media Day.
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IMSA names two racing veterans as new race directors for several series
Both racing veterans will oversee race control operations for several IMSA sub-series
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Test has Ed Jones eager for IndyCar season
Ed Jones can't wait to get the new IndyCar season started with his new team, Chip Ganassi Racing.
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Haas F1 team unveils 2018 Formula One livery, the third-generation VF-18
Several other F1 teams are expected to unveil their own 2018 liveries in the coming weeks.
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Kanaan enjoys successful outing with Foyt
Tony Kanaan had a strong first outing with A.J. Foyt Racing at the open test at ISM Raceway, turning the third fastest lap of the weekend.
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GRC to wrap season at legendary Lydden Hill, birthplace of rallycross racing
Red Bull Global Rallycross announced Tuesday it will race for the first time at the birthplace of rallycross racing, England's Lydden Hill, to conclude the 2018 season in late October.
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New president Glen Cromwell aims to keep NHRA rolling at even faster speed
Cromwell wants to take the success NHRA has had and build upon it for even greater achievements going forward.
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NHRA: Brittany Force released from hospital
Brittany Force will spend the next week recuperating after a hard hit Sunday in the season-opening Winternationals. She was released from a hospital and is experiencing only residual soreness in her body.
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Danica Patrick says Indy 500 plans complete
Danica Patrick confirmed that her plans to run the Indianapolis 500 are now complete and will be revealed at a later date.
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Sato impresses on return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan in Phoenix test
Takuma Sato went quickest three of four full-field sessions at ISM Raceway during the Verizon IndyCar Series' open test.
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Column: Winternationals latest example of why safety remains NHRA’s top priority
Several drivers were involved in either wrecks or mechanical failures this weekend, but everyone escaped relatively unscathed. Here's why.
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Wrapup: ISM Raceway open test
Several storylines surfaced during the Verizon IndyCar Series' open test at ISM Raceway.
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NHRA Winternationals: Hagan, Kalitta, Butner win
Here's all the things you need to know about how Sunday's final eliminations of the season-opening NHRA Winternationals
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NHRA: Brittany Force escapes major injuries in Top Fuel crash
Brittany Force experienced the worst crash of her career on Sunday at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, California.
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Sato tops final session as RLL sweeps testing at ISM Raceway
Takuma Sato and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing remained on top in the final session of the weekend, completing a weekend sweep for RLL.
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Clay Millican breaks NHRA Top Fuel national elapsed time record (video)
Clay Millican had a Top Fuel national time record of 3.628 seconds at 322.04 mph to take the No. 1 qualifying position Saturday in the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals.
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NBCSN IndyCar videos from Phoenix tests: Paddock Pass and in-depth look at new car
Check out what's going on during IndyCar tests in Phoenix
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Newgarden excited to make adjustments on the fly
Reigning IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden breaks down how everyone will have to adjust to the new car and evolving as the season goes on, while Scott Dixon explains how testing has gone with the new safety...
Sato keeps RLL on top during ISM testing
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing continued to show strong pace at ISM Raceway on Saturday, with Takuma Sato again topping the speed charts in the afternoon.
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Proposed windscreen for IndyCar passes first on-track test
With Scott Dixon at the wheel, the prototype for a windscreen to help protect IndyCar drivers from flying debris passed its first on-track test on Thursday, a big step toward requiring such devices, perhaps...
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John Force released from hospital following Funny Car motor explosion
John Force went for a wild ride during Friday's first day of qualifying for the season-opening Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals.
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Rahal, Sato keep RLL on top in session two at ISM Raceway
Graham Rahal and Takuma Sato went 1-2 for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing during Session 2 of the Verizon IndyCar Series' open test at ISM Raceway.
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Sato, RLL top opening test session at ISM
Takuma Sato led the first session of the open test at ISM Raceway, while A.J. Foyt Racing also impressed and put both Tony Kanaan and Matheus Leist in the top five at the end.
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Catch first look at sleek and racy new Indy car in this weekend’s tests in Phoenix
Here's the info you need to watch today's and Saturday's INDYCAR test sessions at ISM Raceway (formerly Phoenix International Raceway).
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Formula 1: Recapping the past week’s news
A recap of Formula 1 news from the past week.
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Leist leads rookie test at ISM Raceway
A.J. Foyt Racing's Matheus Leist led the way during a rookie test at ISM Raceway on Thursday.
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McLaren, Dell Technologies confirm new partnership
McLaren and Dell Technologies have entered into a multi-year agreement, giving McLaren its first major sponsor since 2013.
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Helio grand marshal for season opener
This will be the first time Castroneves will not race at St. Petersburg in an Indy car in the event's history.
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James Hinchcliffe takes curling very seriously
Did you know Curling is Canada's national sport? At least that's what IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe says.
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Juncos Racing reveals the look of its No. 32 IndyCar ride for 2018
The car is expected to compete in 8 of the 17 races on the IndyCar schedule.
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United Rentals returns to Rahal Letterman Lanigan
United Rentals and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing will continue their partnership in 2018 and beyond.
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Dale Coyne Racing confirms Fittipaldi, DeMelo in No. 19
Pietro Fittipaldi and Zachary Claman DeMelo will share Dale Coyne Racing's No. 19 Honda.
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Brittany Force begins defense of Top Fuel title
Brittany Force won four races en route to her first championship last season. Now she wants a second title and more wins in 2018.
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IndyCar teams wrap up testing at Sonoma
A number of Verizon IndyCar Series teams took part in a test Monday and Tuesday at Sonoma Raceway.
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PNC Bank becomes primary sponsor for Scott Dixon’s car in IndyCar
Chip Ganassi needed a sponsor for his star IndyCar driver and refused to compromise the value of Scott Dixon simply to slap any company name on the side of the car.
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INDYCAR to ramp up coverage of ISM open test
INDYCAR officials have revealed an increased coverage plan for this weekend's open test at ISM Raceway in Phoenix.
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WEC: van der Zande joins DragonSpeed LMP1 program
Renger van der Zande adds DragonSpeed LMP1 duties alongside his IMSA program with Wayne Taylor Racing.
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Vasser, Sullivan join with Dale Coyne Racing to form new team
Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan will be partners with Dale Coyne in the No. 18 Honda, driven by Sebastien Bourdais.
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Ed Carpenter Racing reveals new 2018 liveries
Ed Carpenter Racing gets a new look in 2018, with the Nos. 20 and 21 Fuzzy's Vodka Chevrolets sporting different paint schemes.
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‘Grid Kids’ to replace ‘Grid Girls’ in Formula 1
"Grid kids" are replacing "grid girls" in Formula One as the motorsport series continues to change ahead of the new season.
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NHRA: Leah Pritchett to do double duty in seven events this season
In addition to all 24 NHRA national events in her Top Fuel dragster, Pritchett will compete in all seven Factory Stock Showdown events, beginning at next month's Gatornationals.
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NHRA: Leah Pritchett runs fastest Top Fuel speed ever in Arizona test
Pritchett ran the fastest speed ever seen in Top Fuel at 334.73 mph during NHRA spring training test in Chandler, Arizona.
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Lauda, Stewart blast F1 on 'Grid Girls’ decision
Will F1's new owners, Liberty Media, reverse course on Grid Girls and Podium Girls and bring them back due to public outcry?
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