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Cooper Webb beats Ken Roczen in Arlington Supercross photo finish
This was the closest margin of victory ever in a Supercross race. Austin Forkner set history with perfect nights in the first two rounds of 250 competition.
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Tony Kanaan’s “New Reality” in IndyCar
Tony Kanaan has had to readjust his priorities and objective since joining AJ Foyt Racing.
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Qualification report for Arlington Supercross
Austin Forkner flew off track midway through the 250s final qualification session but still managed to record the fastest lap.
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Webb edges Roczen in photo finish at Arlington
Cooper Webb staged a dramatic comeback on Ken Roczen in the final moments of the 450 main event in Arlington.
Osborne's emotional road to being in the 450
There were many moments in Zach Osborne's motorcross career that put doubt in his future, but instead he found a way to persevere and rise to new heights while providing for his family.
Mike Tirico to host 2019 Indy 500
Mike Tirico stakes his claim as one of sports' most well-rounded boadcasters with his first Indy 500 responsibilities.
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Top IndyCar Series storylines entering 2019 season
NASCAR America explains why Scott Dixon is still the driver to watch until further notice in the IndyCar Series.
Round 7 of Supercross headed to Arlington
Ken Roczen leads the way going into Round 7 as Supercross heads to Arlington this weekend.
Supercross Preview: Razor thin margins separate title contenders
Who will blink first in Round 7 of the Supercross season? Only two points separate the top four title contenders this week heading into Arlington.
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IndyCar drivers, teams impressed with COTA
There are only two drivers in IndyCar that have previously run at COTA.
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IndyCar’s rookie class should shine bright in 2019
Here are three rookies in the IndyCar Series that are sure to stand out this season.
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Harding Steinbrenner ‘looking forward’ with Herta, one-car team
After Pato O’Ward announced he was leaving Harding Steinbrenner Racing, the team will move forward as a one-car effort with Colton Herta.
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NHRA’s Antron Brown: ‘We’re here to bring the pain to other teams’ this season
Brown tied a career-low with just one win in 2018, after having won an average of at least 4 races in each of the previous 7 seasons.
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‘Swedish invasion’ set for IndyCar in 2019
After their early years racing each other in karts, Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist took very different paths chasing checkered flags around the globe before finally landing in the United States.
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Justin Bogle’s positive attitude is helping gain altitude in Supercross
Justin Bogle: 'This lifestyle is pretty simple: You wake up, do as good as you can and then go to sleep and do it again.'
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Drivers already thinking 2019 will be IndyCar’s ‘best year’
"It's pretty awesome to see this sport where it should be," said 2012 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay of Andretti Autosport.
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Robert Wickens ‘pretty inspiring’ to IndyCar drivers
Wickens suffered a spinal cord injury in a crash last August at Pocono Raceway.
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NHRA: Kalitta, Hight, Butner open season with Winternationals wins
Both Kalitta and Butner repeated their Winternationals final round wins from last year. Hight, meanwhile, won the Winternationals for the fourth time in his career.
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IndyCar: Pato O’Ward parts ways with Harding Steinbrenner 27 days before season opener
The circumstances are not clear on O'Ward's departure.
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Rain postpones NHRA season-opening final eliminations to Monday
NHRA media release POMONA, Calif. – NHRA officials postponed eliminations for the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com at Auto Club Raceway until Monday, February 11, following...
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NHRA: Bike legend Terry Vance donates $1 million to Doug Herbert’s teen defensive driving program
Herbert's organization has trained over 34,000 teens and parents in 45 states and five countries to become better and safer drivers.
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Cooper Webb, Austin Forkner win Minneapolis Supercross
Ken Roczen retook the red plate in 450s with his sixth top-five finish in six rounds of the Supercross season.
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Crashes shake up 250 qualifying leaderboard
Several crashes involving Sam Redman, Joey Crown and more shook up the leaderboard in Minneapolis Supercross 250 qualifying.
Qualification report for Minneapolis Supercross
Joey Savatgy set fast time in 450s with Austin Forkner leading the 250 class.
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Bogle focused on getting comfortable with new ride
Justin Bogle details how he's building confidence early in the season and how a positive attitude is important as he becomes more comfortable with his new ride.
NHRA: After 11 wins and Top Fuel crown in 2018, what does Steve Torrence do for an encore?
Torrence dominated with 11 wins in 24 races en route to his first NHRA Top Fuel championship last season.
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Supercross: Tomac bids for back-to-back wins
After the muddiest race of the season, riders will be happy to head indoors in Minneapolis.
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Get ‘IndyCar Pass’ from NBC Sports Gold
NBC Sports will broadcast the Indianapolis 500 for the first time in its history on May 26.
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NHRA: Austin Prock joins John Force Racing lineup in Top Fuel dragster
Austin Prock is an accomplished sprint and midget car racer. Now he moves behind the wheel of a 11,000 horsepower, 330-plus mph Top Fuel dragster.
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NHRA: Schumacher to miss season-opening Winternationals
Lack of sponsorship for the 2019 season has sidelined Tony Schumacher for at least the first race on the 24-race schedule.
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Firestone reaches five-year extension as IndyCar tire supplier
Firestone has agreed to a five-year extension to remain the sole tire supplier for the IndyCar Series.
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HANS device co-inventor Dr. Robert Hubbard dies
Hubbard and Downing set out to create the HANS device after the death of a racing friend as a result of a skull fracture.
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NHRA: Cruz Pedregon ready to do some home cookin’ in Pomona season opener
Pedregon has a new crew chief, new car body manufacturer, new attitude -- and he's back as the chief tuner for his Funny Car.
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Azerbaijan renews F1 contract through 2023
Baku has renewed its contract to host Formula One's Azerbaijan Grand Prix through 2023.
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Supercross: Justin Hill injury update
Injury to the cartilage in his ribs may keep Justin Hill out of the lineup in Minneapolis.
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Eli Tomac scores first 2019 Supercross win at San Diego
Adam Cianciarulo earned his third win of the season and took the points lead in the 250 class.
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Anderson talks injury, missing San Diego
Following an accident during a routine practice, Jason Anderson details his injury and frustration at missing San Diego.
Alfa Romeo takes over naming of F1 team from partner Sauber
Italian car brand Alfa Romeo will be the only name on its Formula One team partnership with Switzerland-based Sauber this season.
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NHRA: Del Worsham back at Kalitta Motorsports in new role with Shawn Langdon
Worsham is one of only three drivers to ever win NHRA championships in both Funny Car and Top Fuel. Langdon hopes to become the fourth to do so in 2019.
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Supercross Preview: Favorites seek revenge in San Diego
Only four points separate the top four heading into what promises to be a muddy weekend.
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Gainbridge becomes new presenting sponsor for Indy 500
The Indianapolis 500 will have a new presenting sponsor for the next four years.
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Drive-time penalties change Rolex 24 GTD running order
The No. 12 AIM Vasser-Sullivan team was elevated to second in class and the No. 88 WRT Speedstar Audi third after the penalty.
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Conor Daly part of all-American Andretti lineup for Indy 500
Conor Daly has been chasing sponsorship money all across the country in a nonstop effort to continue his racing career. He's willing to drive anything, but the Indianapolis 500 is the priority.
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Fernando Alonso turns focus to final leg of motorsports’ Triple Crown
Fernando Alonso raced into retirement from Formula One dedicated to winning the final leg of motorsports' version of the Triple Crown. The Indianapolis 500 is the missing piece on his resume, one he intends...
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Topsy-turvy Supercross season may yet be righted
None of this year's winning riders have more than three career victories.
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First-timer’s experience of the Rolex 24 at Daytona
Mother Nature put a damper on things this year, but the Rolex 24 experience remains a thrill to behold - especially for those who've never been.
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NHRA: John Force Racing shuffles 2019 crew chief lineup, adds new driver to fold
Austin Prock joins the team in 2019 as a new driver, but his start and whether it will be in Top Fuel or Funny Car, will be contingent upon sponsorship.
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Relive the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona
The 2019 Rolex 24 was one for the record books. Relive the action at noon on Monday.
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Rain robbed Rolex 24 of what it promised to be
It was a frustrating and muted finish to the crown jewel that seemed poised to deliver on so many compelling storylines.
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Fernando Alonso, Wayne Taylor Racing win Rolex 24
Fernando Alonso led the No. 10 Wayne Taylor Cadillac DPI team to victory at Daytona International Speedway in rainy conditions.
Alonso calls team execution at Rolex 'perfect'
Fernando Alonso details why he's so thrilled to win the Rolex 24 at an iconic raceway like Daytona.
Fernando Alonso, Wayne Taylor Racing win Rolex 24
In his second Rolex 24 start Fernando Alonso led the Wayne Taylor team to victory.
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Dual problems for Team Penske’s Acuras with illness and oil leak
The team's Acuras both lose ground during a caution with less than six hours remaining.
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