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IMSA drivers hunker down together in Florida awaiting season restart
Several IMSA drivers have been killing time and rooming together in Florida while training for the series' July 4 return at Daytona International Speedway.
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Lewis Hamilton on F1’s diversity gap: ‘The sport needs to do more’
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton feels it's his responsibility as a global star to keep pushing for more diversity in his profession and beyond.
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Dale Jr., Newgarden see bright future for IndyCar-NASCAR crossovers
With IndyCar drivers regularly calling him about NASCAR rides, Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Josef Newgarden has helped spark a resurgence of interest in future series crossovers.
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Formula 1 season starting four months later in a different world
Four months after the opening race was called off at the last minute, the Formula One season finally begins this weekend on another continent and in a different-looking world.
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IndyCar Grand Prix start times: Schedule, TV channel, live stream info
Here are all the details for watching the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the first road course of the 2020 NTT IndyCar season.
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IndyCar weekend schedule for the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis
Here is when IndyCar will be on track Friday and Saturday on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for the seventh annual GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis.
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Entry list for Saturday’s IndyCar Grand Prix at Indianapolis
There are 26 drivers entered in the IndyCar NTT Series' second race of the season, which will take place on the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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‘You just worry all the time’: IndyCar drivers strive to avoid COVID-19
To avoid getting sick, IndyCar drivers are putting heavy restrictions on their social lives, avoiding restaurants and any external contact that is unrelated to their jobs.
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Pro Motocross Championship delays season opener until at least August
Because of 'ongoing concerns' over the COVID-19 pandemic, the scheduled mid-July start of the 2020 Pro Motocross Championship will be delayed.
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Hinchcliffe, Allmendinger preview Indy crossover
Kelli Stavast is joined by IndyCar's James Hinchcliffe and NASCAR's A.J. Allmendinger, as they share what it means to be a part of the crossover and answer whether there's added pressure knowing all eyes...
Tomac makes history during memorable 450SX season
Relive the memorable 2020 450SX season, where Eli Tomac captured his first title while rivals Zach Osborne, Ken Roczen and Cooper Webb also impressed in their respective campaigns.
NASCAR, IndyCar weren't always on collision course
It seems natural that the NASCAR and IndyCar doubleheader is happening at Indianapolis considering the cross-pollination of the two series over the past three decades, but there was a time when it didn't...
Knoxville Nationals’ 60th running postponed until 2021 by COVID-19
Citing pandemic restrictions, Knoxville Raceway was unable to get approval for its prestigious Knoxville Nationals and instead will have World of Outlaws races Aug. 13-15.
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F1 drivers discussing whether to take a knee at season opener Sunday
McLaren's Lando Norris said Formula One drivers will discuss taking a knee at the delayed season opener Sunday in Austria.
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Fernando Alonso’s Indianapolis 500 car unveiled by Arrow McLaren SP
The two-time Formula One champion will attempt to qualify the No. 66 Dallara-Chevrolet sponsored by Ruoff Mortgage for the 104th Indianapolis 500.
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IMSA: Porsche drivers enter Daytona restart while facing uncertain future
With Porsche Motorsport having announced its departure from IMSA after the 2020 season, the defending GTLM champions regroup at Daytona International Speedway with a renewed motivation and focus.
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NASCAR, IndyCar set to make history at IMS
Leigh Diffey is joined by Townsend Bell and Kyle Petty, as they discuss the significance of the upcoming NASCAR-IndyCar crossover event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the similarities that the two...
Jimmie Johnson will test with Chip Ganassi’s IndyCar team July 8 at IMS
The seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion will test a Dallara-Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing in a July 8 test session at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Alex Zanardi undergoes his second brain surgery since handbike crash
Italian auto racing champion turned Paralympic gold medalist Alex Zanardi underwent a second brain surgery Monday, 10 days after an emergency operation following a crash on his handbike.
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BMW Team RLL previews IMSA's return at Daytona
Calvin Fish catches up with BMW Team RLL Principle Bobby Rahal and drivers Jesse Krohn and John Edwards ahead of the return of IMSA with the WeatherTech 240 at Daytona International Speedway.
F1: Mercedes’ 2020 livery will show commitment to Black Lives Matter
The Formula One team announced Monday that its cars will race in black this season as a public pledge to improve diversity and stand against racism.
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Juan Pablo Montoya claims Legends Trophy title; Alonso, Barrichello win
Juan Pablo Montoya captured the championship of the six-race Legends Trophy Triple Crown while Fernando Alonso and Rubens Barrichello won at virtual Le Mans.
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‘Disappointed’ Lewis Hamilton blasts Bernie Ecclestone’s views on racism
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has criticized "ignorant and uneducated" comments by former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.
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Indianapolis 500 crowd will be limited to 50 percent capacity at Aug. 23 race
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will limit attendance for the 104th Indy 500 to 50% of the track's total capacity, which includes its 230,000-seat grandstands.
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World of Outlaws full-crowd events will have high-tech health screening, rapid COVID-19 testing on site
Reopening to full capacity races July 2-4 at Cedar Lake Speedway, the World of Outlaws will roll out sophisticated health screening with rapid COVID-19 testing available on site.
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IndyCar’s first 2020 races with fans will be July 11-12 at Road America
IndyCar announced Thursday that Road America will welcome fans for its July 11-12 events, the first with crowds in the NTT Series this season.
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NHRA cancels Seattle race due to COVID-19 restrictions
The NHRA schedule has shrunk from 19 to 18 races for the 2020 season following the cancellation of the July 31-Aug. 2 race at Pacific Raceways in suburban Seattle.
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Because of new COVID-19 guidelines, IMSA reshuffles three race dates
Because of COVID-19 travel restrictions in the Northeast, IMSA has moved the race dates for Watkins Glen International, Lime Rock Park and Laguna Seca.
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IMSA releases entry list of 26 cars for its July 4 return to racing at Daytona
There are 26 cars entered in DPi, GTLM and GTD for the July 4 race at Daytona International Speedway that will mark IMSA's first event since the Rolex 24.
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NHRA: Cory McClenathan to unretire for two races next month in Indy
Cory "Mac" McClenathan didn't like the way his career ended last season. So he's coming back for two more races for "unfinished business."
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‘I have blown it a few times’: Eli Tomac finally scales title mountaintop
After some agonizing near-misses, newly crowned Supercross champion Eli Tomac admitted to worrying if the window already had closed on him winning a title.
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MotoGP schedule on NBCSN: Dates, times for watching races
Here are the dates, times, and venues for the revised MotoGP schedule on NBCSN, which will begin on July 19 in Spain, and four races are TBD.
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Hospital: Alex Zanardi will remain in coma until at least next week
Alex Zanardi will remain in a medically induced coma until at least next week while he continues to recover from his handbike crash in Italy last Friday.
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NBC Sports announces IndyCar broadcast details for next 5 races
Three of the first four races of the NTT IndyCar Series season will be shown on NBC as the broadcast schedule is revealed through July 18.
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NHRA: Tony ‘The Sarge’ Schumacher to race for first time in 20 months
Tony 'The Sarge' Schumacher will return for his first race since November 2018 when the NHRA season resumes for back-to-back races in Indianapolis next month.
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Tomac, Osborne, Reed react to Supercross Round 17
Eli Tomac explains what it feels like after his first 450 Supercross title, Zach Osborne reacts to his first 450 class win, Jason Anderson and Dean Wilson asses their podium finishes, and Chad Reed talks...
Chad Reed: 'I think it's time to go be a good dad'
An emotional Chad Reed thanks the fans and admits that his top-10 finish during the Round of 17 in Salt Lake City could be his final Supercross race.
Osborne wins 450SX race; Tomac claims title
Eli Tomac becomes the oldest rider in Supercross history to win his first championship in the premier 450 division, while Zach Osborne claims the main event win during the season finale.
Eli Tomac wins first championship in 450 as Zach Osborne claims first win
With a fifth place in the season finale, Eli Tomac finally won his first 450 championship while Zach Osborne broke through for his first victory.
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Sexton, Ferrandis awarded 250 Supercross titles
Chase Sexton accepts the No. 1 race plate after his second straight 250 Supercross East Championship, and Dylan Ferrandis is awarded the same after his second consecutive 250 Supercross West Championship.
Supercross: Results and points standings after Round 17 at Salt Lake
Eli Tomac became the oldest rider in Supercross history to win his first 450 championship as Zach Osborne scored his first career victory in the finale.
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Sexton wins 250SX race, second straight title
Chase Sexton wins the 250 main event during Supercross Round 17 in Salt Lake City and collects his second straight 250 East Championship, while Dylan Ferrandis claims the 250 West Championship.
Lewis Hamilton joins Black Lives Matter march in London; creates diversity panel
Six-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton marched Sunday in London and announced he was forming a commission for better diversity in motorsports.
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Alex Zanardi stable, but doctors warn of possible complications
Doctors treating Italian auto racing champion-turned-Paralympic gold medalist Alex Zanardi say he remains stable after a crash on his handbike but is at risk of unforeseen complications.
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For first time since 2009, drag racers able to enjoy Father’s Day at home
Like their fellow NHRA counterparts, four drag racers are enjoying Father's Day at home and not at a racetrack.
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A winning night in Indiana for Kyle Larson Racing and its namesake
Kyle Larson enjoyed double success Saturday night, winning at Lawrenceburg Speedway while his World of Outlaws driver Carson Macedo also won in Indiana.
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Jenson Button, David Brabham win at virtual Indy in Legends Trophy
Jenson Button and David Brabham won at virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway while Fernando Alonso leads the points in the Legends Trophy sim racing series.
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Alex Zanardi remains in serious condition after handbike crash
Italian race car champion-turned-Paralympic gold medalist Alex Zanardi was in a medically induced coma and serious condition after undergoing a three-hour surgery following a handbike crash.
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Slow starts hardly have hindered Supercross points leader Eli Tomac
Despite slow starts the past two races, Eli Tomac still has found the podium and is carrying a 24-point championship lead into Sunday's Supercross finale.
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Today’s Supercross Round 17 finale in Salt Lake City: Start times, TV, info
Here are all the pertinent details for watching the Round 17 finale of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross 2020 season today in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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