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Ryan Dungey on Ken Roczen, Cooper Webb Supercross chances
Ryan Dungey believes that if Ken Roczen can keep his mental focus, he will be the fourth consecutive first-time Supercross 450 class champion.
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Colton Herta will have Bryan Herta as his race strategist for 2021 season in IndyCar
Colton Herta will have his father, Bryan, working as his race strategist for the first time during the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season.
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With a very full head of hair, Conor Daly still seeking a full schedule in IndyCar
Conor Daly showed up to an IndyCar preseason media availability with a full head of hair and hopes that he will bring his mullet to more races this year (including NASCAR).
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Daytona Supercross sold out of social-distanced seating
Daytona International Speedway has reached their limit of socially-distanced tickets for Round 9 of the Supercross season. Eli Tomac guns for his fifth win there.
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Haas F1 driver Nikita Mazepin taking the blame for inappropriate behavior
During the team's online car unveiling for 2021, new Haas F1 driver Nikita Mazepin apologized and took the blame for a harassment episode last year.
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IMSA finale moves to November with 24 Hours of Le Mans postponed from June to August
In hopes of drawing fans to the prestigious sports car event, the 24 Hours of Le Mans was postponed by two months to Aug. 21-22.
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Pietro Fittipaldi teams with Romain Grosjean in Dale Coyne Racing IndyCar entry on ovals
Pietro Fittipaldi will be running the IndyCar oval races for Dale Coyne Racing, teaming with Formula One veteran Romain Grosjean in the No. 51 entry.
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Diffey, Carmichael preview Supercross at Daytona
Leigh Diffey and Ricky Carmichael analyze Eli Tomac’s chances at tying Carmichael for most Supercross wins at Daytona and preview the track designed by Carmichael that riders will have to battle before...
RD Coffee fuels Ryan Dungey’s passion
Ryan Dungey wanted to start a coffee company as far back as 2010, but first he had a championship to win in his rookie Supercross and Motocross seasons.
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Rebranded Aston Martin team launches new car in return to Formula One after 61 years
The rebranded F1 Aston Martin team, formerly known as Racing Point, unveiled its green livery along with new driver Sebastian Vettel.
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