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F1: Russia
Nico Rosberg jumps for joy after winning his 7th straight F1 race
Mercedes

NASCAR: Talladega
Geico 500 winner Brad Keselowski
Getty Images for NASCAR

F1: Russia
Russian driver Daniil Kvyat rams Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel from behind in Turn 2 on the first lap, putting Vettel out
Pavel Golovkin/AP

NASCAR: Talladega
Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Discount Tire Ford, has an on track incident with Elliott Sadler, driver of the #1 OneMain Chevrolet, on the final lap of the NASCAR XFINITY Series Sparks Energy 300
Getty Images for NASCAR

NASCAR: Talladega
Dale Earnhardt Jr. nurses his #18 Chevy back to the pits in his first of two accidents Sunday
Getty Images for NASCAR

IMSA: Laguna Seca
The Ford GTs run 1-2 and the Briscoe/Westbrook one went on to win a fuel economy race - the first win for the Ford GT
LAT for IMSA

IMSA: Laguna Seca
Overall race winners in the Michael Shank Ligier Honda - Oz Negri and John Pew
LAT for IMSA

F1: Russia
Russian GP winner Nico Rosberg crowd surfs after his win in Parc Ferme
Mercedes

NASCAR: Talladega
Danica Patrick, driver of the #10 Aspen Dental Chevrolet, spins in the pits in front of Paul Menard, driver of the #27 Moen/Menards Chevrole
Getty Images for NASCAR
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NASCAR Unveils 2017 Season Schedules
  by Pete McCole
NASCAR released the 2017 season scheduled for all three of its major touring series today, highlighting some changes to the lineup of dates for the championship chase in the Cup Series. In an unprecedented move, NASCAR unveiled the schedule far earlier than it has in previous years – a result of the five-year sanctioning agreement NASCAR signed with track owners last year.
Kyle Busch Looking For First Kansas Victory
  NASCAR
Winning seems almost routine for Kyle Busch. Only 31 years old, the No. 18 Toyota driver boasts 36 career victories and has taken the checkered flag at all but three of the 23 active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tracks - Kansas, Charlotte and Pocono. Busch now has the opportunity to pick up wins at all three of the tracks within the next month-and-a-half, beginning this weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Austin Dillon Helps Kick Off Month Of Racing At Charlotte
  by Pete McCole
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Austin Dillon helped Charlotte Motor Speedway "kick off" the "10 Days of Thunder" with a little field-goal kicking contest with defending NFC Champion Carolina Panthers placekicker Graham Gano. With an assist from Charlotte Motor Speedway mascot Lugnut, Dillon and Gano traded kicks on a specially constructed 45-yard kicking green set up on pit road, while later Dillon took Gano on ride-along around the 1.5-mile track.
Q&A with IndyCar point leader Simon Pagenaud
  Pagenaud disappointed by Boston drop; would love Watkins Glen option
Simon Pagenaud will drive the No. 22 Menards Team Penske Chevrolet in both the Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis on May 14th and the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 29th. He leads the 2016 points standings by 48 over Scott Dixon after wins at Long Beach and Barber Motorsports Park. It's been a dream start to the season so far for him - two wins, a pole, two second-place finishes. Pagenaud was today's guest on this week's IndyCar media conference.
Talladega 'Plate Racing Produces Another Wreck-Fest
  by Pete McCole
When the smoke finally cleared on Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, Brad Keselowski emerged as the winner, grabbed an American flag from one of his crew, and did a post-celebratory burnout among the scattered debris of what was left of a tangled mess of eight cars that all piled in during the final chaotic run the checkered flag. Keselowski hadn't so much won Talladega as much as he survived it.
Kalitta, C. Force, Anderson collect victories
  at NHRA SpringNationals
Courtney Force raced to her first Funny Car victory of the season Sunday at the NHRA SpringNationals at Royal Purple Raceway. It is the fifth consecutive NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event that has featured a female winner. Force posted a 3.913-second pass at 327.90 mph in her Chevrolet Camaro to defeat No. 1 qualifier Tim Wilkerson, who powered his Ford Shelby Mustang to a 3.943 at 323.81.
NASCAR Post-Race Press Conference
  From Talladega
DRIVERS:

Brad Keselowski (Race Winner)

Kyle Busch (Second Place)

Austin Dillon (Third Place)

Ford GT Makes History, Shank Team Laguna Seca
  by Steven Cole Smith
Ford broke through with a first-time win for the Ford GT at the Continental Monterey Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Sunday, but Ford wasn’t the car and the manufacturer most were expecting to own the day. Practice and qualifying strongly suggested Mazda would finally break through with its first series win in Prototype, but that didn’t happen – it was a savvy drive by Ozz Negri and gentleman driver John Pew in the No. 60 Michael Shank Racing Honda-powered Ligier JS P2.
Brad Keselowski Survives To Win At Talladega
  by Pete McCole
Brad Keselowski survived the battle of attrition to collect his second win the season in Sunday's wreck-filled GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Keselowski led the field through a final green-white-checkered overtime and held off Kyle Busch as many of the front-runner crashed coming through the frontstretch to the checkered flag. Austin Dillon finished third, followed by Chase Elliott and Jamie McMurray.
Russian GP Sunday Press Conference
  From Sochi
DRIVERS
1 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
2 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Rosberg waltzes to easy win in Russia
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Nico Rosberg started on pole and led every lap of the Russian GP to win his 7th F1 race in a row Sunday in Sochi.  His Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton finished 2nd over 25 seconds behind after starting 10th.  Kimi Raikkonen brought his Ferrari home third with Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez rounding out the top-5.
Torrence, Wilkerson, Anderson On Pole In Houston
  NHRA SpringNationals
Tim Wilkerson raced to the No. 1 qualifying position in Funny Car at Royal Purple Raceway at the NHRA SpringNationals on Saturday. Steve Torrence (Top Fuel) and Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) also earned top qualifying positions in their respective categories at the sixth event of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season.
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