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Cars crash during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona
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William Byron (r), driver of the #24 Axalta Camaro ZL1, and Alex Bowman (l), driver of the #88 Nationwide Camaro ZL1 with their trophies Sunday, February 10, 2019. Byron captured the pole position for next Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Daytona 50
Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Ally Camaro ZL1, celebrates his victory with his new crew chief, Kevin Meendering, Sunday, February 10, 2019 in the rain-shortened Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Clash at Daytona
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Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton’s offseason continues to be spiced with extreme sports action, this time around the Mercedes driver has posted on his Instagram a photo of himself in mid-flight.
IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Ryan Hunter-Reay was 3rd quick in rain shortened IndyCar testing at Laguna Seca
IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Action in the famous corkscrew
F1: Banbury, UK
The Haas F1 team was the first team to unveil their 2019 F1 car dubbed the VF-19
Sofia Franchitti adores her wee sister Valentina who was born last weekend!!!
Dario Franchitti Instagram
IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Max Chilton turned the fastest lap in a rain-shortened test day as the IndyCars returned to Laguna Seca for the first time in 12 years
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Madness in Mexico sees di Grassi win
Formula E in photo finish
Despite only leading the final few metros of the Mexico City E-Prix, Lucas di Grassi got his first win of the season for Audi out of pure luck. He drove past an out of power Pascal Wehrlein with meters to spare to snatch victory away. Having saved power in third place for the majority of the race, in a true rope-a-dope strategy, di Grassi was able to pass Oliver Rowland with five minutes to spare before launching an attack on pole-sitter Wehrlein in the final few laps.
Annett Scores First Xfinity Victory At Daytona
by Brandon Reed
It took him eight years, but it was well worth the wait. Michael Annett held off his teammate, Justin Allgaier, to get to the checkered flag first and score the win in Saturdayâ€™s NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at Daytona International Speedway. It gives the Des Moines, Iowa driver his first win in 230 starts in the series, and it gives JR Motorsports their fifth overall Daytona victory.
Wherlein takes pole in Mexico City
Di Grassi on outside pole
Rookie driver Pascal Wehrlein (Mahindra Racing) posted another solid time after Qualifying in Second in Santiago. The Formula E newbie will start the race on Pole. Wehrlein will be followed into battle by Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler's Lucas di Grassi, who starts the race in second with Venturi's Felipe Massa behind him in third. Fourth place on the grid goes to Nissan e.dams' Oliver Rowland who made his debut in Super Pole, out qualifiying his teammate Sebastien Buemi, who starts the race in sixth, behind BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Antonio Felix da Costa.
Austin Hill wins crashfest Daytona Truck race
by Brandon Reed
Austin Hill held off a hard last lap charge from Grant Enfinger in double overtime to score his first career NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series win Friday night in a war of attrition at Daytona International Speedway. With all but a record nine of the 32 starters eliminated after a record 11 cautions, Hill grabbed lead on the final restart with a push from Spencer Boyd. He then held off a hard charge from Matt Crafton and Enfinger over the final lap en route to the win.
Ferrari reveal their 2019 car
SF90 F1 Challenger
The Ferrari SF90 (design code 670) is the sixty fifth single-seater built by Ferrari to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship. The car has been produced based on the new regulations, which have required various changes compared to the 2018 car. Among the most obvious changes are those to the front and rear wings. The front wing is wider and boasts simpler aerodynamic profiles, while the rear is wider and higher.
Harvick, Logano Give Ford A Sweep Of Daytona Duels
by Brandon Reed
Have you driven a Ford lately? The winners of Thursday nightâ€™s Gander RV Duel at Daytona qualifying races were. Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano showed the muscle of the new Ford Mustang in by scoring wins in their respective qualifying races at the Daytona Internationals Speedway. The twin events sets the field for the Sundayâ€™s running of the Daytona 500. The wins give Harvick and Logano starting spots in the second row of the â€śGreat American Raceâ€ť and it gives the Mustang its first visit to Victory Lane in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
We drive the BMW X3 M40i
by Ali Arsham
The X3 has been a huge hit for BMW and they have sold more than 1.5 million since they launched the model in 2003. The all new X3 came out recently and they have tried to make improvements everywhere. One of the new X3 models is the first ever M Performance model in the X3 lineup, the X3 M40i. After driving the new M Performance model, we concluded that X3 is one of our favorites in the segment, at least until the full M version comes out.
McLaren Unveils 2019 MCL34
Alongside New 2019 Driver Line-Up
McLaren Racing today presented its first all-new Formula 1 driver line-up in 12 years, as Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris watched 34 of their McLaren team-mates unveil the MCL34, the teamâ€™s 2019 race car, ahead of pre-season testing next week. The concept and design process of the 2019 McLaren MCL34, powered by the Renault E-Tech 19 engine, focuses on laying the foundations for development of the car throughout the season.
First pictures of Alfa Romeo 2019 F1 car on track
By Federico Basile/AR1.com
Alfa Romeo Racing's 2019 Formula 1 car is pictured here on-track for the first time at a shakedown in Italy. The team is using one of its two allowed promotional events to run the car ahead of pre-season testing next week. These first images from Fiorano - captured by Federico Basile for AR1.com shows Kimi Raikkonen behind the wheel of the Alfa Romeo with Ferrari power, in a black-and-red camouflage livery.
Spring Training whets appetites for IndyCar Season start
Young Herta stars
If 11 hours and more than 8,000 miles of on-track testing over two days showed anything, it's that the NTT IndyCar Series fits in marvelously at the sparkling Circuit of The Americas and the competition will be deep and intense in the 2019 season. Twenty-five drivers completed 2,367 laps at INDYCAR Spring Training, the only officially mandated testing prior to the NTT IndyCar Series season opener, the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on March 10.
Racing Point unveils 2019 livery and title sponsor
New team Name: SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team
SportPesa, the growing global technology and entertainment company, has today been announced as the new title partner for Racing Point, with the team now known as SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team. The announcement, alongside a reveal of the teamâ€™s new car livery, was made during their pre-season launch event, held during the Canadian International Auto Show; the first ever Formula One team launch in Canada
Red Bull RB15 breaks cover
All the F1 cars looking the same this year
The Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB15 has been unleashed. Donning a one-off livery, the RB15 drives the team into a new era thanks to the arrival of Honda power and an exciting new driver pairing. Driven for the first time by Max Verstappen and eagerly watched by Pierre Gasly, the RB15 breaks cover today at the teamâ€™s official filming day at Silverstone Circuit.
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