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1 hr ago | The Indianapolis Star
It's unclear how many fans the IndyCar Series actually has, but there's no debating the totals of Verizon Wireless.... Will Power, driver of the #12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, races to victory Sunday, August 25, 2013 during the Grand Prix of Sonoma IndyCar race in Sonoma, California.
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3 hrs ago | Highlands Today
Talk to Hal Watson. He's just a fan who has come to 20 of the past 22 races, but he's also crew chiefed for driver Tom Neel in the Mazda MX-5 series.
7 hrs ago | Highlands Today
Simon Pagenaud is a veteran of the 12 Hours of Sebring. He's been competing here since 1998, as well as in other endurance races around the world.
11 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
The switch to V6 turbo hybrid engines may suit automakers, but some observers believe they've stripped away the sport's powerful sound.
From left, David Brabham, Geoff Brabham, John Gorsline, and Matthew Brabham during Thursday's press conference at Sebring International Raceway.
Yesterday, we told you about a pair of World Rally Championship drivers that used a giant bottle of Corona in place of coolant after their radiator developed a leak.
If Jacques Villeneuve and Juan Pablo Montoya can come back to the Indianapolis 500, Robby Gordon figures he can, too.
PAX Racing revealed the new livery for its McLaren 12C GT3 that will compete in the Pirelli World Challenge.
Sebastien Bourdais seeks to make it two endurance race victories in a row as co-drives the Action Express Racing entry in the Twelve Hours of Sebring this weekend.
The 12 Hours of Sebring is a celebration of endurance racing at one of the most historic sports car venues on the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship calendar: Sebring International Raceway and home track of Extreme Speed Motorsports .
LONG BEACH >> The Press-Telegram will feature a different winning driver every day leading up to this year's Grand Prix on April 13. LONG BEACH >> Formula One's attempt to drive into the territory of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach would require extensive street upgrades, pre-built garage areas and other expenditures that could total between ... (more)
That is the view of former F1 driver Mika Salo, who raced a few times for the fabled Italian team in 1999 and is now a pundit on Finnish television.
This year's race for the NTFL's most prestigious award remains wide open with several big names putting their hands up for contention throughout the year.