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Red Bull’s Max Verstappen takes pole at Brazilian GP
Red Bull's Max Verstappen has taken pole position for Sunday';s Brazilian Grand Prix.
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Report: Spencer Pigot out at Ed Carpenter Racing
The 26-year-old Floridan will reportedly be replaced by Rinus VeeKay in the No. 21 car next season.
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Potent Corvette lineup adds Jordan Taylor for 2020 IMSA season
Corvette Racing’s IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship team in 2020 will feature a four-driver lineup with a combined 102 wins and 13 championships.
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NHRA: How this weekend’s championship battles shape up
It's all on the line this weekend as NHRA championships will be determined for Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro Stock and Pro Stock Motorcycle.
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McLaren IndyCar boss breaks down team’s first test since missing Indy 500
McLaren was back on track with its Arrow McLaren Racing SP team last week at Sebring International Raceway.
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Full-time status a long time coming for Shank, Harvey
It's been a long road for Michael Shank and Jack Harvey to full-time status in IndyCar. Now they're ready for their first full season in 2020.
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Bourdais highly impressed after final aeroscreen test at Sebring
Sebastien Bourdais' feedback about INDYCAR's aeroscreen was both valuable and positive as INDYCAR prepares to implement the safety device in 2020.
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Jack Harvey, Meyer Shank Racing to run full 2020 season
Harvey and MSR made their IndyCar debut at the 2017 Indianapolis 500.
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Behind the scenes of how the biggest story in racing was kept a secret
INDYCAR CEO Mark Miles explains how the biggest racing story of the year, if not the biggest in the 21st Century, was kept secret.
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What’s next in Penske’s deal for INDYCAR, IMS, Indianapolis 500
INDYCAR CEO Mark Miles outlines what's next in Roger Penske's purchase of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis 500 and INDYCAR.
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Hot, humid conditions at Sebring perfect for final Aeroscreen test
It was hot, it was humid and that was the perfect time for INDYCAR to test the cooling systems needed for the Aeroscreen in the final test of the safety enhancement.
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The End of an Era
Monday's sale of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar, and the Indy 500 to Roger Penske ends a 74-year run by the Hulman George Family.
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What they are saying about Roger Penske’s deal to buy INDYCAR, IMS, Indy 500
Here is a sampling of opinions regarding Roger Penske's purchase of INDYCAR, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500.
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How significant is the impact of Penske’s purchase of INDYCAR, IMS?
NBCSports.com breaks down the impact of Roger Penske's stunning purchase of IndyCar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Inside the monster deal Roger Penske made for INDYCAR
The most successful man in Indianapolis 500 history becomes just the fourth owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Roger Penske to purchase IndyCar, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Roger Penske is the owner of Team Penske, which fields teams in IndyCar and NASCAR.
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Kyle Busch to compete in Rolex 24 in 2020
Kyle Busch will make his debut in the Rolex 24 and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
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Ladies Day in Las Vegas: Brittany Force, Enders among NHRA winners
The NHRA season is now down to one national event remaining as the championship battle tightens up after Sunday's race in Las Vegas.
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F1: Hamilton collects sixth world championship as Bottas wins USGP
Hamilton became the second driver in F1 history to win six titles with his second-place finish at COTA Sunday afternoon.
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F1: Bottas wins USGP pole, Hamilton to start fifth
Bottas a new track record at Circuit of the Americas with his Q3 lap time of 1 minute, 32.029 seconds.
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Chip Ganassi would sign James Hinchcliffe ‘in a second’ if he had a sponsor
Free agent intrigues IndyCar team owner, but funding would be needed to make a deal happen.
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Rockin’ and Racin’: Colton Herta and ‘The Zibs’ to tour this month
The Zibs, a punk rock band Colton Herta drums in, is embarking on a five-city tour later this month.
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Texas Motor Speedway makes its case for IndyCar-NASCAR twin bill
Because of its longevity with both series and location, track's president says it's the natural place for a motorsports extravaganza.
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James Hinchcliffe comments for the first time since losing IndyCar ride
James Hinchcliffe offered his first public comments since losing his ride at Arrow McLaren Racing SP when he issued a comment on Twitter Thursday morning.
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Hamilton hopes to ‘get the job done’ at U.S. Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton has a certain love affair with the rolling hills and scrub land in the heart of Texas.
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Sam Schmidt addresses decision to replace Hinchcliffe; Wickens status with IndyCar team
Team co-owner Sam Schmidt said James Hinchcliffe remains under contract to McLaren, but is free to negotiate with another IndyCar team.
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Meyer Shank Racing names pair of 2019 IMSA champions to driver lineup in 2020
Matt McMurry and Mario Farnbacher will compete in the No. 86 Acura for Meyer Shank Racing’s GTP championship squad in 2020.
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It’s official — Arrow McLaren Racing SP names O’Ward, Askew in IndyCar
As NBC Sports.com reported on Tuesday, Arrow McLaren Racing SP will feature the past two Indy Lights champions as IndyCar drivers in 2020.
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NHRA: Is this Doug Kalitta’s year to finally win 1st Top Fuel title?
Doug Kalitta has been drag racing for 21 years and has four runner-up season finishes. But he's still in pursuit of his first Top Fuel championship. Is this his year?
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Rahal, Coyne express interest in talking to James Hinchcliffe
NTT IndyCar Series team owners Bobby Rahal and Dale Coyne are willing to talk to James Hinchcliffe about driving for their respective teams in 2020.
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Arrow McLaren Racing SP expected to name drivers O’Ward, Askew
James Hinchcliffe will be out when the lineup for Arrow McLaren Racing SP is announced later this week.
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Tony Stewart to make demonstration run in Cup car at COTA
Tony Stewart will get a feel for the 20-turn, 3.426-mile course ahead of this weekend's F1 U.S. Grand Prix.
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F1: Hamilton wins Mexican GP but must wait to claim sixth title
Hamilton will have to wait until next weekend's United States Grand Prix to have another shot at clinching his sixth World Championship.
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Verstappen stripped of pole at Mexican Grand Prix
The changes came when Verstappen was penalized for not slowing down after Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas had a hard crash just ahead of him on his final lap of Saturday's qualifying.
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F1: Verstappen wins Mexican GP pole as Bottas crashes
Verstappen now looks to win his third consecutive race on the Mexico City circuit tomorrow afternoon.
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Alexander Rossi to return to Baja 1000
Alexander Rossi will once again compete in the legendary Mexican off-road race, driving a Honda Ridgeline truck for the Honda Off-Road Racing Team.
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President Donald Trump awards Medal of Freedom to Roger Penske
Car owner receives nation's highest civilian honor in White House ceremony on Thursday.
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Fernando Alonso to compete in 2020 Dakar Rally
Alonso will compete in the 12-day event for Toyota Gazoo Racing and will be paired with co-pilot Marc Coma.
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NHRA Texas winners: B. Torrence, Hagan, Anderson, Savoie
Two races are now left as the battle for championships gets even tighter.
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Adam Cianciarulo serves notice with Monster Energy Cup win
In his debut on a 450, Adam Cianciarulo held off teammate Elit Tomac to win the Monster Energy Cup and served notice the Kawasakis will be stout in 2020.
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Autistic racer Austin Riley inspires others while breaking barriers
Austin Riley has become an inspiration to others by racing competitively in the Saleen Cup and Nissan Micra Cup Series despite being diagnosed with autism at the age of 12.
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Supercross returns with $1 million on the line for the Monster Energy Cup
After threepeating as the MX champion, Eli Tomac will try to win back-to-back Monster Energy Cup trophies.
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Scott Dixon assesses INDYCAR’s return to Richmond Raceway
Scott Dixon is a two-time IndyCar race winner at Richmond Raceway. He returned to the track for the first time since 2009 during Tuesday's tire test.
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Latest INDYCAR Aeroscreen test continues to provide feedback; data to series
INDYCAR continues to collect valuable data points from engineering and driver feedback in continued Aeroscreen testing.
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NHRA: J.R. Todd seeks more Dallas magic en route to 2nd Funny Car title
J.R. Todd hopes to mount a rally in the three remaining races to earn his second straight NHRA Funny Car championship.
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It’s back to work for 2019 NTT IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden at Richmond test
2019 NTT IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden got back to work Tuesday during a Firestone Tire Test at Richmond Raceway.
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Mazda’s John Doonan named as IMSA’s new president
The director of motorsports for Mazda North America will take over for retiring Scott Atherton.
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After eating just one chip, NHRA drag racer says: ‘I seriously thought I was going to die’
It likely will be a long time before NHRA Pro Stock driver Alex Laughlin takes on another challenge. Heres why.
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Alexander Rossi, James Hinchcliffe recall first Bathurst 1000 experience
Two big-name drivers from the NTT IndyCar Series competed in the famed Bathurst 1000 for the first time. Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe recall their experience.
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Roger Penske wins Bathurst 1000 for first time in career
At 82, team owner Roger Penske's checklist of monumental auto racing accomplishments is nearly complete after his team won the Bathurst 1000 in Australia.
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