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Sergio Perez extends F1 contract with Force India for 2019
Force India has announced a one-year extension for 2019 for Mexican driver Sergio Perez ahead of the U.S. Grand Prix and next weekend's return to Mexico City.
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IMSA Prototype Season in Review
This season-in-review takes a look back at the path each of the three champions took on their way to history.
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IndyCar: Ed Carpenter Racing signs Ed Jones for road, street course races in 2019
Jones will race on road and street courses exclusively for ECR in 2019, as well as the Indianapolis 500.
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IndyCar’s Vasser-Sullivan expand into IMSA for 2019
Vasser-Sullivan will be part of a two-car Lexus factory IMSA program in 2019.
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/DRIVE returns for fifth season on NBCSN starting this Sunday
The six-episode show is for die-hard car enthusiasts and follow a new show, Proving Grounds, starting this Sunday on NBCSN.
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Column: Does motorsports really need an all-female racing series?
The all-female W Series, set to debut next May, may be about opportunity, but there are a lot of questions about whether there's a need for it.
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AP Interview: Rosberg expects F1 merger with electric series
Highlighting fresh concerns about global warming, Nico Rosberg foresees an eventual merger between the fuel-guzzling Formula One championship and the more environmentally friendly, electric motorsport...
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NHRA Concord winners: Torrence, Capps, Line, Smith
Torrence becomes the first Top Fuel or Funny Car driver in NHRA history to win each of the first four races in the playoffs.
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Eli Tomac becomes first repeat Monster Energy Cup Supercross champ
One lucky fan also took home $1 million, too.
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Wayne Taylor wins Petit Le Mans; Corvette Racing takes GTLM
Renger Van Der Zande passed a fuel-starved Mustang Sampling Racing Cadillac in the final corners to win the Petit Le Mans
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NHRA Charlotte No. 1 qualifiers: Johnson Jr., B. Force, Skillman, Krawiec
Sunday's eliminations begin at Noon ET in suburban Charlotte at zMAX Dragway.
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Australian Grand Prix to lead off 21-race F1 2019 schedule
The series will feature 11 races in Europe, five in Asia, four in the Americas and one in Australia.
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Pippa Mann: The W Series is ‘a sad day for motorsport’
The launch of the W Series has raised concerns among some established female racers
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Michael Schumacher’s son Mick wins F3 European title
That's one more racing title for the Schumacher family.
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Williams signs young British driver George Russell for next season
George Russell will leave his role as reserve driver for Mercedes to take up a full-time seat with Williams in Formula One next season.
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Friday’s IMSA practice report from Road Atlanta
Oliver Jarvis set the fastest time of practice for the Motul Petit Le Mans in the final session on Friday
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Track to be named Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in 2019
Michelin will be Road Atlanta's first entitlement sponsor.
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F1: Check out video as Max Verstappen completes Red Bull’s “Road Trip USA”
Verstappen's journey was roughly 2,200 miles, covering all sorts of terrain from mountains to dirt roads to freeways to beaches.
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See ‘ya later, alligator: Tonglet ready to chomp down on 2nd NHRA championship
The last time Tonglet won at Charlotte (in 2010), he went on to win that season's Pro Stock Motorcycle championship.
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Robert Wickens is feeling a need for speed
Wickens is looking for a bit more horsepower in his electric wheelchair.
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American Flat Track motorcycle racing series unveils 2019 schedule
Two new venues and a return to a former championship-deciding track highlight the 2019 AFT schedule.
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Helio Castroneves to be inducted into Texas Motorsports Hall of Fame
Castroneves will become the 21st inductee into the Hall, joining former NASCAR Cup driver Carl Edwards.
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IMSA: Road Atlanta Thursday Notebook
Here's what happened at Road Atlanta on Thursday, the kick-off day for this weekend's Motul Petit Le Mans action.
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IndyCar notables come out in force for IMSA’s Motul Petit Le Mans
Several IndyCar veterans will race this week in the Motul Petit Le Mans.
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If Tony Stewart enters Indy 500, he’d have warm-up race at Pocono first
Tony Stewart would be 49 if he raced in the 2020 Indianapolis 500.
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NHRA: Robert Hight standing tall in bid for third Funny Car championship
Robert Hight has won the last two races and goes for three-in-a-row this weekend in suburban Charlotte, N.C.
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Bondurant School of High Performance Driving files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
The school is celebrating its 50th year of operation in 2018.
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IMSA: Motul Petit Le Mans – GTD Pre-Event Notebook
There's lots on the line this weekend for the GTD class.
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Crowning of a Champion on NBCSN
See how Scott Dixon held on to win his fifth IndyCar championship -- and all that went into it -- tonight on NBCSN.
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Wickens, Hinchcliffe go for a ‘ride’
Robert Wickens led the way when he and James Hinchcliffe went on a ride through the halls of the rehab facility Wickens is currently being treated at.
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Will Power gets ‘lost,’ walks onto live TV broadcast
Power was at Detroit TV station WXYZ to be interviewed about the 2019 Detroit Grand Prix (tickets went on sale Tuesday).
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IMSA: Motul Petit Le Mans – GTLM Pre-Event Notebook
Here's what you need to know about the GTLM class in this weekend's IMSA season finale, the Motul Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta.
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Scott Dixon laments closure of track where he began his racing career
Dixon first started going to Mt. Wellington when he was 7 years old and it was where he first began his illustrious racing career.
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IMSA: Johannes van Overbeek looks to retire a winner on Saturday
Johannes van Overbeek will retire after Saturday's IMSA season finale at Petit Le Mans.
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Formula One Team Haas gains on Renault in Japan
F1 Team Haas comes to America eight points behind Renault in a battle for fourth for the constructors championship.
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Is Scott Dixon the best IndyCar driver ever?
Where should Scott Dixon be ranked among the greatest American open-wheel drivers ever?
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Michael Goulian, American pilot wins Indy Air race for the first time
For the first time, an American pilot wins at the iconic Brickyard.
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IndyCar: Chip Ganassi Racing 2018 Review
It was an exceptional year for CGR as Scott Dixon won his fifth IndyCar championship, and Chip Ganassi won his 12th IndyCar crown as a team owner.
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NHRA Texas winners: Steve Torrence, Robert Hight, Tanner Gray, LE Tonglet
Steve Torrence won his third straight playoff race, while Robert Hight and Tanner Gray won their second races of the Countdown.
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F1: Lewis Hamilton cruises to win at Japanese GP, closes in on title
Lewis Hamilton stormed to his fourth straight Formula One win and moving a step closer to a fifth world championship.
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IndyCar: Andretti Autosport 2018 Review
Andretti Autosport regained its championship form in 2018 and should be title contenders again in 2019.
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NHRA Texas: Millican, Johnson Jr., Coughlin Jr., Krawiec all No. 1 heading into Sunday’s eliminations
NHRA media release ENNIS, Texas – Clay Millican piloted his Top Fuel dragster to the No. 1 spot to clinch his ninth No. 1 qualifier of the season at the 33rd annual AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals at Texas...
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Josef Newgarden pops the question to longtime girlfriend Ashley Welch
Amidst a very romantic setting in Japan, Welch said 'yes!'
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IndyCar: Team Penske 2018 season review
It was a good season overall for Team Penske, but it could have been better.
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American Flat Track racing nears end of record season
With two races remaining, the American Flat Track series is setting a new record for viewership.
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Hamilton claims pole position for Japanese Grand Prix
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix.
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Hamilton fastest in final practice at Japanese GP
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in the final practice ahead of qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix on Saturday.
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IMSA: 2018 Motul Petit Le Mans entry list notebook
Here's all you need to know about the history of the 10-hour Motul Petit Le Mans on Saturday, Oct. 13.
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NHRA Texas: Johnson Jr., Millican, Coughlin Jr. and Smith early No. 1 qualifiers
Texas is the third race of the six-race NHRA Countdown to the Championship playoffs.
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IndyCar: Recovering Robert Wickens shows his chivalrous side
Even though he's in a wheelchair, Wickens insisted upon opening the car door for his fiancee.
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