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Nico Rosberg celebrates an easy 5th win of the season in his superior Aldo Costa designed Mercedes
The winning 24 Hours of leMans No. 2 Porsche team cannot believe their good fortune after almost certain defeat at the hands of Toyota
The No. 2 Porsche takes the checkered flag for the win
Based on their facial expressions, Porsche brass look set for sure defeat until the Toyota broke down with 2 min. to run - Fritz Enzinger (Vice President LMP1), Oliver Blume (Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG), Dr. Wolfgang Porsche (Chairman of the Porsche Supervisory Board) (l-r)
The poor Toyota team saw the No. 5 break down 1 lap before the end with a comfortable lead and the No. 6 Toyota inherited 2nd place as a result
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch was on hand in Baku to see his NASCAR owner's F1 team (Haas). Here he trades helmets with Lewis Hamilton
Night scene at LeMans
Top Fuel driver Steve Torrence lines up before a packed house in Thunder Valley
Baku Azerbaijan hosted its first ever F1 race. Note the unique architecture
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Power holds off Kanaan to win at Road America
by Mark J. Cipolloni
Penske Chevy driver Will Power held off a closing Tony Kanaan by 0.74 sec. to win an exciting Kohler Grand Prix of Road America before a sun drenched crowd of over 50,000. Graham Rahal passed points leader Simon Pagenaud for third late in his Honda as Pagenaud fell back with a misfire in his Chevy. Ryan Hunter-Reay brought his Honda home 4th with Helio Castroneves rounding out the top-5.
Jack Miller wins wet, messy race at Assen
Beats Marquez in race red-flagged, then restarted
A red flagged race put the MotoGP riders through their paces, Jack Miller mastering the wet to take his maiden premier class win. The Moto2 World Championship race was red flagged due to rain, a torrential downpour following and ensuring that at least the start of the MotoGP World Championship race would be wet. With the track soaked, the rain eased and riders headed out onto the grid with wets fitted
Christopher Bell Wins Wild Truck Series Race at Gateway
A gutsy decision to use the bottom lane for a restart with two laps to go paid off for Christopher Bell, who earned his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory in Saturday night's third annual Drivin' for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park. Bell, driver of the No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota Tundra, survived a chaotic and intense second half to edge Ben Rhodes to the checkered flag, giving KBM its 50th victory in the series, tying Roush Fenway Racing for the all-time series wins lead.
IndyCar Road America Saturday Press Conference
Fast Six qualifiers
Kalitta, Worsham, Anderson, Krawiec On Pole At Norwalk
Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals
Kalitta Motorsports drivers Doug Kalitta (Top Fuel) and Del Worsham (Funny Car) swept the No. 1 qualifying positions in the nitro categories at their home track of Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) will also lead their respective categories into eliminations at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, the 12th race of the 2016 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season.
Power wins pole for Kohler GP at Road America
by Brian Carroccio
Will Power edged Scott Dixon by 0.16 seconds in the Firestone Fast Six to win pole position for tomorrow's Kohler Grand Prix at Road America. It was the 44th career pole position and first of 2016 for the driver of the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet. Tony Kanaan will start third with Simon Pagenaud and Helio Castroneves completing a Chevrolet sweep of the top-five. Graham Rahal was the lead Honda in sixth position.
Carl Edwards wins pole at Sonoma
AJ Allmendinger will start 2nd
Carl Edwards earned his third pole position of the season during Saturday's Coors Light Pole qualifying at Sonoma Raceway. The wheelman of the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota topped the speed charts at a blistering 95.777 mph. California native AJ Allmendinger was second-quickest during the two-round session in his No. 47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet (95.676 mph).
Q&A with IndyCar 24 Hours of LeMans drivers
From Road AmericaDrivers
Q&A with Johnson, Busch and Larson
Jimmie Johnson - #48 Chevy
Kyle Busch - #18 Toyota
Kyle Larson - #42 Chevy
Chip Ganassi Press Conference Q&A
CHIP GANASSI, TEAM OWNER, CHIP GANASSI RACING, met with members of the media at Sonoma Raceway to discuss the state of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team, how important pit crews are in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and many other topics.
IndyCar Road America Friday Press Conference
Top-2 in practice from Elkhart LakeDrivers
1st - Graham Rahal (Rahal Honda)
2nd - Will Power (Penske Chevy)
Allmendinger Looks To Rebound At Sonoma
by Pete McCole
If there's a favorite among the drivers entered in this weekend's road course race at Sonoma Raceway, A.J. Allmendinger can certainly be counted among them. For a proven winner with an extensive road-racing background, Sunday's race might be just what Allmendinger needs to get his team out of a slump and back into the Chase for the Sprint Cup field.
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