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Barber IndyCar iRacing results
Scott McLaughlin won the second round of the iRacing IndyCar Challenge, holding off teammate Will Power at Barber Motorsports Park.
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Penske engineers bring real-world IndyCar to iRacing in Barber win
Team Penske is using the same formula that makes it a success in real-world IndyCar racing to help its drivers in virtual racing with engineering.
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Daly, Rossi, Herta deliver plenty of laughs in iRacing Twitch stream
All three drivers were never in contention for the victory in Saturdays's virtual race, but they still put on an entertaining show.
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What drivers said after the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Barber
Here's how drivers used social media to describe their results during the second round of the iRacing Challenge at Barber Motorsports Park.
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Scott McLaughlin wins IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Barber
Scott McLaughlin, the two-time defending SuperCar champion, held off teammate Will Power to capture the second round of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge.
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April 4 in Motorsports History: Indy cars race at Daytona Beach
Believe it or not, Indy cars actually raced at Daytona once in 1959. But George Amick was killed at the finish in a crash, and IndyCar never returned.
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For my next trick: James Hinchcliffe hopes he doesn’t vanish at Barber
IndyCar star James Hinchcliffe and his car vanished before the start of last week's IndyCar iRacing Challenge. He plans on reappearing Saturday.
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Today’s iRacing IndyCar race at Barber: Start time, TV, streams, more
All the pertinent details for today's IndyCar iRacing event at Barber Motorsports Park, the second round of the six-race IndyCar iRacing Challenge.
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An IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Talladega? Drivers have discussed it
The IndyCar iRacing Challenge has yet to feature an oval race, but some NTT Series drivers think Talladega Superspeedway is a good idea ... and maybe Dale Jr. would, too.
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NHRA’s John Force tries to keep smiling, but it isn’t easy these days
John Force is known for his humor, but amid the COVID-19 pandemic, he has grown very serious.
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Sage Karam seeks another iRacing victory at Barber Motorsports Park
After winning the opener at Watkins Glen International, Sage Karam will be trying to win at Barber Motorsports Park amid a field of 29 cars.
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Distanced Training: Hinch breaks down iRacing
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe joins Jac Collinsworth to discuss the shift to virtual races in motorsports, what the future of the sport will be and more.
How an IndyCar team and rookie ‘seriously’ are attacking iRacing
No laps have been turned in the NTT IndyCar Series this season, yet rookie Oliver Askew incessantly is analyzing fresh lap data with his Arrow McLaren SP team. For the past two weeks, Askew has turned...
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Has virtual racing given Jimmie Johnson a head start on IndyCar?
Jimmie Johnson hopes to compete in IndyCar in the future, and Graham Rahal believes the seven-time NASCAR Cup champion is getting a good preview.
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Graham Rahal tries to get up to speed in IndyCar iRacing Challenge
Graham Rahal is new to virtual racing and has spent a tremendous amount of time trying to get up to speed in time for Saturday's next round at Barber.
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Robert Wickens makes racing return: ‘I’m just excited to drive something’
Robert Wickens' debut in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Barber Motorsports Park is the first time he's raced virtually since his August 2018 crash at Pocono.
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Supercross: Eli Tomac has the long game in mind for title
Eli Tomac: 'This wouldn't be about beating Ken (Roczen). This would be about getting that first Supercross title.'
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Lucas Oil Late Models, All Star Sprints postpone April events
Social distancing guidelines postpone racing throughout the month of April.
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McLaren F1 drivers and senior management agree to pay cuts
McLaren Formula One drivers Carlos Sainz Jr. and Lando Norris are taking pay cuts, along with CEO Zak Brown, as the team is furloughing other employees to cut costs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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April 3 in Motorsports History: At St. Pete, a 1-2-3-4 for Andretti Green
Andretti Green Racing became the first (and so far only) team to record a 1-2-3-4 finish in IndyCar history on this date in 2005.
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IndyCar’s Scott Dixon staying fit with new training regimen during layoff
Five-time NTT Indycar Series champion Scott Dixon has modified his workouts at home as his wife, Emma, tests his reaction skills by throwing a tennis ball.
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NBC Sports’ Racing Week in America to begin April 6
Beginning April 6, NBC Sports will present Racing Week in America on NBCSN, providing fans with a chance to relive the most thrilling moments from the past two decades.
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IndyCar’s iRacing entry list for Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park
Robert Wickens and Scott Dixon lead a field of 29 drivers Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park in the second round of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge.
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Aston Martin returns to F1 in 2021 with rebranded Racing Point
Aston Martin will return to Formula One next year following a takeover worth nearly $1 billion. The Racing Point team will be rebranded.
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April 2 in Motorsports History: Robby Gordon’s first IndyCar victory
Robby Gordon easily passed Michael Andretti for the lead to win CART's 1995 race at Phoenix. The reason? Andretti didn't even know he was leading.
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Tony Kanaan says his message of IndyCar-NASCAR unity aimed at fans
Tony Kanaan believes in finding positives in negative situations, and the 2013 Indianapolis 500 winner says IndyCar and NASCAR found a silver lining in COVID-19.
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IndyCar’s A.J. Foyt Racing playing it safe during shutdown
IndyCar's A.J. Foyt Racing has a race shop in Texas and another one in Indiana. Rather than doing work in Texas, the team 'played it safe' during the COVID-19 shutdown.
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April 1 in Motorsports History: Mario Andretti wins at Long Beach
Mario Andretti won the 1984 Grand Prix of Long Beach, the first IndyCar event on the Southern California street circuit. Andretti also won the 1977 F1 race at Long Beach.
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NBCSN will broadcast the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Barber
The second round of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at virtual Barber Motorsports Park will be broadcast on NBCSN this Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET.
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IndyCar releases streaming audience numbers from first iRacing event
The inaugural iRacing IndyCar Challenge at Watkins Glen International drew nearly a half-million viewers Saturday on various streaming platforms.
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Danica Patrick on lockdown advice, life after racing, fitness and CBD
Danica Patrick discussed her suggestions for dealing with coronavirus lockdown, her fitness routines and her recent investment in a CBD company.
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Storytime: Hinch shares special helmet collection
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe shows off his helmet collection and shares the special meaning behind it.
Drag racing writer’s scary battle with COVID-19: ‘You’re wishing you’d die’
Veteran drag racing writer Bobby Bennett reveals exclusively to NBC Sports all he's gone through in his scary battle with the COVID-19 virus.
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Chip Ganassi Racing’s has ‘sense of direction’ with IndyCar on hold
IndyCar's Chip Ganassi Racing has a strong sense of direction as IndyCar officials have moved forward with a revised schedule for 2020.
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F1 approves scheduling flexibility amid coronavirus disruption
Rule changes aimed at adding scheduling flexibility to the heavily disrupted Formula One season during the coronavirus outbreak were approved Tuesday.
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Simon says ‘longevity’ of Indy 500 reign will last a few months longer
Simon Pagenaud’s reign as Indianapolis 500 champion will last a few months longer because the 104th Indy 500 was rescheduled for August 23.
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March 31 in Motorsports History: Jimmy Vasser wins Surfers Paradise
Jimmy Vasser led 60 of 65 laps from the pole position at Surfers Paradise en route to his second career IndyCar victory on March 31, 1996.
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IndyCar will eliminate double points from the 2020 season finale
Whether the season ends at Laguna Seca or on the streets of St. Petersburg, there will be no opportunity to gain double points in the championship standings.
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Select NBC Gold Pass sites available free for limited time
For a limited time, NBC Sports Gold is making many of its most popular passes available to help while away the hours until live sports resume.
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Mercedes F1 team helps to develop breathing aid for COVID-19 patients
Formula One team Mercedes has helped to develop a breathing aid that could keep coronavirus patients out of intensive care and ease some pressure on Britain's strained health service.
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Red Bull’s Marko says he proposed Formula One coronavirus camp
Red Bull motorsport adviser Helmut Marko proposed holding a training camp where Formula One drivers could get infected by the novel coronavirus, but the idea was rejected by the team.
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March 30 in Motorsports History: Will Power begins title run at St. Pete
Will Power opened his IndyCar championship season with a win on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. It was the first of his three wins in 2014.
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March 29 in Motorsports History: Scott Dixon wins first race after reunification
Scott Dixon won IndyCar's first race after reunification with Champ Car on this date in 2008, redeeming himself after narrowly losing the 2007 championship to Dario Franchitti.
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Photo gallery: The first IndyCar iRacing Challenge in striking images
Here are a collection of computer-generated images to recount the debut Saturday of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Watkins Glen International.
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Alex Marquez wins first MotoGP #StayAtHomeGP Virtual Race
Alex Marquez, the Spaniard from Repsol Honda Team, beats a field of 10 riders that included his older brother and defending MotoGP champion, Marc Marquez.
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Champion Marc Marquez leads MotoGP into virtual world Sunday
Defending series champion Marc Marquez will be among 10 riders in the field of a MotoGP virtual race being held Sunday.
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Watkins Glen IndyCar iRacing results
Sage Karam won by more than 3 seconds over Felix Rosenqvist in the American Red Cross Grand Prix, the opener to the six-race IndyCar iRacing Challenge.
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Drivers reflect on virtual race at Watkins Glen
Sage Karam, Felix Rosenqvist and Will Power join Leigh Diffey and others to talk about Karam's win in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Watkins Glen.
Runner-up in iRacing, Sweden’s Felix Rosenqvist fast in real, virtual worlds
Felix Rosenqvist has shown impressive potential in real world racing. The driver from Sweden is just as fast in virtual racing.
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What drivers said after IndyCar’s iRacing opener at Watkins Glen
Here's how drivers used social media to describe their Watkins Glen International inaugural event in the iRacing IndyCar Challenge.
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