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Adam Enticknap paves the way for the ‘Other 19’
Adam Enticknap is the most famous, slowest guy on the track and he is paving the way for all of lesser-known riders who have to make a living in a sport dominated by big names.
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Marvin Musquin to miss entire 2020 Supercross season
Marvin Musquin will miss the 2020 Supercross season after sustaining an injury to his left knee in a practice crash.
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Indy 500 winner believes “sky is the limit” with INDYCAR’s new owner
As the winner of the 103rd Indianapolis 500, Simon Pagenaud won the last race under the Hulman-George Family ownership. He is excited about the future with new owner Roger Penske.
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NBC Sports unveils 2020 IMSA broadcast schedule
The NBC Sports family of networks will broadcast nearly 60 hours of IMSA coverage in 2020.
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Wildest INDYCAR moments of 2019
Check out all the wildest moments from the 2019 INDYCAR season.
INDYCAR’S contract at Laguna Seca not affected by new track management
IndyCar CEO Mark Miles tells NBCSports.com that the contract to race at Laguna Seca will continue with new management.
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NHRA: Top 10 storylines of the 2019 season
There was lots of action on the drag strip -- but two of the top stories of 2019 were away from the track.
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Michael Mosiman expects magic in his third year
Michael Mosiman taps into his core beliefs to improve in Supercross and after doing so in his first two seasons, he expects year three to be magical.
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IndyCar champion Newgarden stunned by wild offseason developments
Two-time NTT IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden gives his take on the stunning developments that have been part of IndyCar's offseason.
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Hamilton cruises to victory at season-ending Abu Dhabi GP
World champion Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory from pole position at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, capping another stellar season with an 11th win and 84th overall.
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F1: World Champion Hamilton Takes Pole At Abu Dhabi GP
It was the six-time Formula One champion’s record-extending 88th pole of his career.
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Brendan Gaughan’s team wins Baja 1000 Class 1 title
Brendan Gaughan was on the winning team in his class in the off-road racing endurance event held in Mexico.
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Alexander Rossi survives rollover in Baja 1000
The NTT IndyCar Series star driver was leading the Baja 1000 when his Honda Ridgeline ran off the course and rollover over into a ditch. Rossi was not injured.
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IMSA ride culminates tough time for Bourdais
Four-time Champ Car Series champion and 37-time NTT IndyCar Series champion Sebastien Bourdais is now an IMSA driver instead of INDYCAR.
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Sebastien Bourdais out at Dale Coyne Racing, joins IMSA fulltime
Four-time Champ Car Series champion and 37-time IndyCar Series race winner Sebastien Bourdais is out of a ride at Dale Coyne Racing.
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WATCH: Red Bull F1 team completes pit stop in zero gravity
Red Bull Racing decided to boldly go where no pit crew has gone before.
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Alexander Rossi hopes to dodge oncoming traffic in second Baja 1000
Alexander Rossi had a near-miss with a passenger SUV going in the opposite direction when he competed in last years's Baja 1000.
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Rinus VeeKay to drive for Ed Carpenter Racing in 2020
The 2019 Indy Lights runner-up will drive the No. 21 Chevrolet in all 17 races for the team next season.
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Some well-known INDYCAR drivers currently on the outside looking in
James Hinchcliffe, Conor Daly and Spencer Pigot are three drivers who currently don't have a ride in the IndyCar Series for 2020.
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Top Fuel driver Austin Prock earns 2019 NHRA top rookie honors
It was a breakout rookie season for Top Fuel driver Austin Prock, who not only won his first career NHRA national event, he was named the sport’s rookie of the year on Monday.
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NHRA: Steve Torrence’s 2nd Top Fuel title was emotional roller coaster day
Steve Torrence ran the gamut of emotions Sunday as he clinched his second NHRA Top Fuel championship, from happiness to sadness to embarrassment.
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2019 NHRA champions: Hight, Torrence, Enders, Hines
All four class champions had previously won the title in their respective classes.
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Red Bull driver Verstappen wins Formula One’s Brazilian GP
Red Bull's Max Verstappen won Formula One's Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday for his eighth career victory in a race which ended disastrously for both Ferrari drivers.
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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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