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A month ago NASCAR chairman Brian France promised a "robust discussion" with track promoters about reshaping the 2015 Sprint Cup Series schedule.
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Darian Grubb and Wesley Sherrill were both suspended through the Sept. 6 race at Richmond.
Castroneves 1-11, Power 12-13, Newgarden 14-20, Castroneves Castroneves 1-11, Power 12-13, Newgarden 14-20, Castroneves 21-41, Power 42-44, Wilson 45-49, Conway 50-56.
Jeff Gordon's historic fifth win of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday gave Gordon his second win of the season, leaving the 2014 winning driver tally at 11 drivers with six races remaining until the Chase for the Sprint Cup entry cutoff coming up at Richmond International Speedway in September.
Tesla Model S owners can now control their car with Android Wear. A new, free app for the Android wrist devices, called Tesla Command, allows the user to control car functions such as the locks, horn, and sunroof from outside the vehicle.
Need some quick notes on the weekend's past races? Here's a quick summary of who won some stuff, who crashed out and, as a bonus, a brief explanation of a racing topic that, once you've read it, will make you the most exciting person at very boring parties.
He was the "Wonder Boy" who racked up wins at a record place. He brought the southern sport to Madison Ave. and became such a household name that even rapper Nelly name-dropped Gordon in a song.
Brad Keselowski will run the NASCAR Nationwide race in Iowa on Saturday, just a day before the Sprint Cup event at Pocono.
Sean Dwyer won what could only be described as one of the most exciting Unlimited Grand Prix races of the CCS Florida region at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Until the family man reached back and found the kid again. Until he drove hard into Turn One on the last restart, and 20 years blew away in an eye blink.
Finishing second behind repeat winner Scott Steckly, this was the second podium for Alex this season, in addition to repeating his second-place result at this event last year.
Montoya - making his second NASCAR start of the year - dropped nine spots in the first 10 laps, Keselowski's hopes were dashed by a string of bad luck and Joey Logano's fifth-place finish wasn't good enough to give their team owner the one major trophy missing from his mantle, the Brickyard 400.
Jeff Gordon holds up the trophy after winning the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, July 27, 2014.
He plays an Indiana resident on TV, and he's fit right in as an honorary Hoosier at a trifecta of must-see landmarks in Indianapolis.
The RTA formed this month as an alliance of nine of NASCAR's top teams. Chairman Rob Kauffman met with other owners this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and says they are on board with the RTA.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 03:39 am
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