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‘The Doctor’ is in: Valentino Rossi will join MotoGP’s virtual world Sunday
Nine-time champion Valentino Rossi has joined the field of 10 riders who will compete Sunday in the second #StayAtHomeGP, which is contested on a MotoGP video game.
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IndyCar’s iRacing entry list for Saturday’s race at Michigan oval
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Marco Andretti and Ryan Hunter-Reay will make their IndyCar iRacing Challenge debuts among the 31 drivers Saturday at Michigan.
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IndyCar: Sweden’s Felix Rosenqvist believes sim racing relieves hours of boredom
From cooking to virtual racing, Sweden's Felix Rosenqvist is finding new ways to fight off boredom during the NTT INdyCar Series shutdown.
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Supercross executive explains how the 2020 schedule might unfold
When sports organizations are allowed to resume competition, Dave Prater will be tasked with putting the Supercross jigsaw puzzle of a season back together.
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Reports: Texas says it won’t run IndyCar opener without fans
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage told multiple media outlets that he wouldn't be interested in holding an IndyCar race without fans.
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Jimmie Johnson says iRacing builds his real-world IndyCar foundation
The seven-time Cup champion has been on a simulation rig five hours daily for more than two consecutive weeks trying to get up to speed.
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April 9 in Motorsports History: Al Unser Jr. gets sixth Long Beach win
On April 9, 1995, Al Unser Jr. won the Grand Prix of Long Beach for the sixth and final time during an eight-season stretch.
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Conor Daly happy to be iRacing goof: ‘Clint Bowyer of virtual IndyCar’
Though Conor Daly considers himself a big gamer, his lack of sim racing experience hurts in iRacing. Regardless, he enjoys IndyCar's iRacing Challenge.
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IndyCar team owner Bobby Rahal riding out the COVID-19 shutdown
IndyCar racing legend Bobby Rahal talks to NBCSports.com about the latest revised schedule, how his team is dealing the shutdown and hopes for the future.
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Pandemic not stopping Ron Capps from still racing every day
Veteran NHRA Funny Car driver Ron Capps has been sim racing on platforms such as iRacing for nearly a quarter-century.
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What are Ricky, Jordan Taylor like off the track?
Leigh Diffey catches up with IMSA racers Ricky and Jordan Taylor, as they discuss everything that has transpired this season and reveal what they're like as brothers away from the track.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will race the No. 3 vs. IndyCar stars in Michigan iRacing
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will drive in the next round of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge, which will be held at Michigan International Speedway.
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Formula One to furlough half of its staff amid COVID-19 pandemic
The furloughs for F1 employees will last until the end of May, and senior executives will take pay cuts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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April 8 in Motorsports History: Will Power wins big in Las Vegas
Will Power won his first major race in the United States on this date in 2007, taking the victory in Champ Car's inaugural (and only) Vegas Grand Prix.
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IndyCar’s revised schedule gives Tony Kanaan an extra race in 2020
The addition of an extra race at Iowa Speedway also gives Tony Kanaan an additional IndyCar Series race in 2020 as Kanaan will run in all six ovals races.
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Juan Pablo Montoya joins World of Outlaws iRacing craze
Juan Pablo Montoya has won in stock cars, open wheel and sports cars. On Wednesday, he will try to add a virtual dirt track victory to his list of accomplishments.
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Canadian Grand Prix postponed because of COVID-19
Formula One's race in Montreal becomes the ninth event of the 2020 season to be canceled or postponed because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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MotoGP pushes season to June with postponements of Italy and Spain
The Italian GP, slated for May 29-31, and the Catalunya Grand Prix, originally June 5-7, will be rescheduled at dates to be determined.
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April 7 in Motorsports History: Late tire stop propels Josef Newgarden
Thanks to a new set of tires, Josef Newgarden was able to charge from fourth to first in the final eight laps of IndyCar's 2018 race at Phoenix Raceway.
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After paralysis, Kevin Swindell fuels competitive spirit with iRacing
Kevin Swindell is up front in the World of Outlaws iRacing series, leading laps and challenging for wins in the eSports world.
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Here are the (unofficial) IndyCar iRacing Challenge points standings
If IndyCar's iRacing Challenge used the same points structure as its real-life counterpart, Scott McLaughlin currently would be leading the standings over teammate Will Power.
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New schedule has Josef Newgarden seeing double (points) again in 2020
Another revised schedule for the 2020 IndyCar Series season was revealed Monday. Defending champion Josef Newgarden has changed his approach to season.
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Dale Jr. wants to try IndyCar iRacing; endorses Michigan, Dega, Daytona
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is hoping for an invite from IndyCar to go iRacing and says Michigan, Daytona, and Talladega would be "awesome."
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Detroit canceled; Texas to open; new races at Iowa, Laguna Seca and Indy
With the cancelation of the Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader, the IndyCar Series has added races at Iowa Speedway, Laguna Seca, and Indianapolis.
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Diffey catches up with the former F1 on NBC crew
Leigh Diffey is joined by the former F1 on NBC broadcasting team, consisting of Steve Matchett, David Hobbs, and Will Buxton, as they discuss the world of motorsports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 6 in Motorsports History: Graham Rahal, 19, wins at St. Pete
Graham Rahal rewrote the IndyCar record books by becoming the youngest winner in series history with a victory at St. Petersburg on April 6, 2008.
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IMSA will continue iRacing Pro Series next week at Laguna Seca
The six-race biweekly series will be conducted in a 90-minute, single-driver format. There will be four GTLM options for simulation race cars.
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Marco Andretti promises IndyCar iRacing debut … at Michigan?
After skipping the first two IndyCar iRacing Challenge events, Marco Andretti said he will be racing at Michigan International Speedway (if that's next).
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April 5 in Motorsports History: Alex Zanardi’s amazing Long Beach rally
After being involved in a multicar spin in the hairpin, Zanardi slowly navigated through the field to win his second consecutive Long Beach Grand Prix on this date in 1998.
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Photo gallery: IndyCar iRacing at Barber Motorsports Park
Check out computer-generated images of the full-color action from Saturday's iRacing IndyCar Challenge at Barber Motorsports Park.
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Despite iRacing success, Scott Speed isn’t interested in a real IndyCar ride
Scott Speed proved he can drive a virtual Indy car in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge. But the former F1 and NASCAR driver won't be driving a real Indy car.
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A look at the iRacing rigs IndyCar drivers are using for their Challenge
The drivers competing in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge have invested a lot of time and money in their simulation rigs to compete in the races.
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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 win 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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