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Steve McQueen’s famous Porsche 917K displayed in new museum
The Porsche 917K that McQueen drove in the 1971 film 'Le Mans' is among many vehicles on display at the new Brumos Collection museum in Jacksonville, Florida.
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IMSA: Rick Ware Racing withdraws from Rolex 24 in LMP2
Citing funding and 'driver combination,' the team says it'll skip season opener to focus on the Asian Le Mans Series.
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Wayne Taylor still critical of IMSA’s Balance of Performance regulations
The winning team owner of the 2019 Rolex 24 still displeased by how series handled keeping its teams equal last season.
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After his sons’ rise, Wayne Taylor feeling a ‘void’ at the Rolex 24
Wayne Taylor Racing team owner will keep racing with big new names but misses having Ricky and Jordan Taylor in the defending overall winner's lineup.
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A viewer’s guide to the 2020 Rolex 24: Five things to watch at Daytona
Kyle Busch and an all-star class of interlopers, faces in new places, the heavyweights reload ... here's what you need to know for this sports car classic.
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IMSA: Hailie Deegan to honor Lyn St. James in Ford debut
Deegan and co-driver Chase Briscoe will run a paint scheme honoring St. James' 1985 season in Friday's Michelin Pilot Challenge race at Daytona.
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Lawrence, Forkner among crashes at Anaheim
Saturday night's race at Anaheim featured many crashes, including a race-ending crash for Jett Lawrence and crashes from Christian Craig and Austin Forkner.
Lawrence crashes, Tomac and Ferrandis win
Ricky Carmichael and Daniel Blair break down all the action from Saturday night's races, including Jett Lawrence's heartbreaking finish as well as Eli Tomac and Dylan Ferrandis' wins.
Eli Tomac, Dylan Ferrandis get first wins at Anaheim 2
Eli Tomac and Dyland Ferrandis earned their first victories of 2020 in a pair of thrilling Supercross races in Anaheim.
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Tomac takes care of business to win 450 in Anaheim
Eli Tomac takes the lead over the pack early and does what he needs to do to get his first win of the season with the 450 in Anaheim.
Ferrandis squeaks ahead to win wild 250 in Anaheim
Despite winning down the stretch, Jett Lawrence loses position to Dylan Ferrandis and crashes, giving Ferrandis the win in a wild finish in Anaheim.
Through thick and thin, Ken Roczen emerges on top
Ken Roczen is fresh off of a win in St. Louis, but his journey there was far from easy and challenged he and his wife to the very core.
Science of Supercross: 3D printing fitting in well
On this edition of Science of Supercross, Jeremy McGrath looks at 3D printing's use within the sport and advances that could make a difference well into the future.
Carlos Sainz, Ricky Brabec win Dakar Rally
Carlos Sainz won the rally for the third time in his career, while Ricky Brabec and Casey Currie became the first Americans to win the overall title in their respective classes.
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Justin Barcia leads Supercross field in return to Anaheim
Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson and several other top-named riders will be anxious to score their first Supercross win of the 2020 season in Anaheim during Round 3.
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James Hinchcliffe secures sponsorship for month of May
Hinchcliffe will run both the GMR Grand Prix and Indianapolis 500 this May, thanks to a new partnership with tech company Genesys.
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Dakar Stage 11 Highlights: Sainz, Brabec on-track to win with 1 stage remaining
Carlos Sainz leads Stephane Peterhansel by 10 minutes, while Ricky Brabec holds a 13-minute advantage over Pablo Quintanilla.
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Cooper Webb, Jason Anderson face turning point in Anaheim
The last four championships have gone to riders who won in the first three weeks, making Anaheim 2 a critical race.
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Dakar Stage 10 Highlights: Sainz extends lead; Alonso rolls twice but continues on
Although Fernando Alonso was not injured following a double rollover 2 km into the stage, he lost a significant amount of time when he and co-driver Marc Coma removed the front windscreen.
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NHRA: 3-time Pro Stock champ Jason Line to retire after 2020 season
The three-time Pro Stock champion will remain in the sport, but will step away from behind the wheel after the upcoming 2020 season.
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Dakar Stage 9 Highlights: Sainz’s lead down to 24 seconds over Al-Attiyah
Stephane Peterhansel collected his third stage victory as Al-Attiyah now sits well within striking distance of Sainz.
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Swedish driver Ericsson lands hot chocolate company sponsor
A hot chocolate company led by Hollywood stuntman and occasional racer Stanton Barrett has signed as primary sponsor for Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson at Chip Ganassi Racing.
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Dakar Stage 8 Highlights: Serradori wins, Alonso second
Monday’s stage of the Dakar Rally amateur driver Mathieu Serradori collect his first career victory, while fan-favorite Fernando Alonso finished second.
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Don Schumacher Racing continues to help others through ‘giving car’ program
DSR's 'giving car' program honors worthy causes through free sponsorships for non-profit organizations.
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Dakar Stage 7 Highlights: Sainz extends overall lead, racers mourn death of one of their own
Stage 7 was marred by the tragic death of motorbike rider Paulo Gonçalves, who fell and suffered cardiac arrest roughly halfway through the stage.
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Motorbike racer Paulo Gonçalves dies during Dakar Rally
Portuguese motorbike rider Paulo Gonçalves died on the Dakar Rally after crashing in the Saudi Arabia desert on Sunday. He was 40.
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Roczen gets first Supercross win since 2017
After years of finishing in second, Ken Roczen tops the Supercross 450 podium in St. Louis.
Gio Scelzi ready for Chili Bowl return as start on potential road to NASCAR
Gio Scelzi, son of 4-time NHRA drag racing champ Gary Scelzi, is eager not only for a return to the Chili Bowl but also as this year being the start of an eventual path to NASCAR for him.
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Ken Roczen wins St. Louis after three-year wait
"I've messed it up plenty of times in the past," Ken Roczen said from Victory Lane, but this time he kept his head down for career win number 12.
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Austin Forkner wins 250SX main event in St. Louis
Austin Forkner takes home the 250SX main event at the Monster Energy Supercross at St. Louis.
Science of Supercross with Jeremy McGrath
Jeremy McGrath looks back at an action-packed race at Anaheim in the newest edition of the Science of Supercross.
Barcia isn't looking to make friends in title run
Fresh off of a win in Anaheim, Justin Barcia looks to keep rolling in St. Louis as he continues his push for a Supercross title.
Austin Forkner details return from injury
Austin Forkner details his return to Supercross after his injury last year.
Steve McQueen’s ‘Bullitt’ Mustang sells for record $3.4 million on Mecum Auctions
The iconic Ford pony car eclipsed the former highest price paid for a Mustang by well over one million dollars, but fell just short of being the most expensive muscle car ever sold.
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Early season success is on the line for Supercross at St. Louis
Justin Barcia brings a points' lead into the Dome at America's Center, but he will be challenged by a hungry field that wants to tear it from his grasp.
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Dakar Stage 6 Highlights: Sainz, Brabec extend leads
Carlos Sainz and Ricky Brabec both extended their overall leads as the rally heads into a rest day.
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With sale complete, Roger Penske bullish on future of IndyCar, Speedway
Roger Penske is bullish about the direction of IMS and the IndyCar Series, both of which he recently acquired in a purchase from Hulman & Co.
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Dakar Stage 5 Highlights: Sainz extends lead with second win
Carlos Sainz became the first repeat stage winner in the cars category and extended his lead over Nasser Al-Attiyah to nearly six minutes.
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Column: The 2020s could and should be a decade of change for NHRA
Where the NHRA goes in the future will likely be significantly shaped in the new decade. Who follows John Force? Potential schedule and venue changes? How to fix Pro Stock? And so much more.
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Eli Tomac, Ken Roczen get off to a slow start in Supercross
Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen finished outside the top five at Anaheim in the season opener, and in a short season that could be critical.
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Dakar Stage 4 Highlights: Peterhansel wins while Sainz’s lead shrinks
Peterhansel collected his 77th career stage win while second-place Nasser Al-Attiyah cut Sainz's lead in half.
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Steve McQueen ‘Bullitt’ car may draw millions on NBCSN’s Mecum Auctions
One of the most iconic cars used in one of Steve McQueen's movies is set to go on the auction block this weekend and could command as much as $5 million.
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Dakar Stage 3 Highlights: Sainz takes overall lead as Alonso gets top 5
Fernando Alonso scores his best finish in his Dakar debut, while Nasser Al-Attiyah is assesed a three-minute penalty that sees him drop from second to fifth.
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Dakar Stage 2 Highlights: De Villiers wins as Alonso suffers setback
Orlando Terranova took the overall race lead while Fernando Alonso lost more than two hours due to damage. 
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Cooper Webb's journey from injury to championship
Following his 2019 Supercross title, take a look back at Cooper Webb's journey from injury to title, with a little help from Roger De Coster.
Cooper Webb, Adam Cianciarulo's rivalry heats up
Cooper Webb and Adam Cianciarulo's Supercross rivalry is at the forefront of the sport and reached its climax in Webb's previous championship.
Cianciarulo looking to back up big expectations
Adam Cianciarulo was one of the most highly touted prospects in Supercross history, but after injury and missteps, is looking to back up his massive expectations.
The science of Supercross by Jeremy McGrath
7-time Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath breaks down the science of the sport.
Roger Penske official owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The Penske Corporation has completed the acquisition of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NTT IndyCar Series, and IMS Productions.
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Bourdais, Hinchcliffe casualties of cruel IndyCar offseason
Sebastien Bourdais spent a day in early November helping IndyCar iron out the wrinkles on its newest safety innovation. He'd been chosen to test the new windscreen cockpit protection because of his...
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