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F1: History
American motorsport great Dan Gurney died Sunday at the age of 86 leaving behind a legacy that may never be equaled

Dan Gurney in 1967 F1 race in a 4-wheel power slide in his Gurney Eagle

Formula E: Marrakesh
Felix Rosenqvist celebrates his 2nd straight Formula E win
Formula E

F1: Zandvoort
Dan Gurney in 1970 at the Dutch GP

Dakar: Bolivia
Carlos Sainz Sr. leads the Dakar Rally for Peugeot
Dakar Rally

Dakar: Bolivia
Exhausted Motorcycle riders sleep right on the ground
Dakar Rally

F1: Nurburgring
Dan Gurney sails through the air in the 1966 German GP in his Eagle Ford

WEC: LeMans
AJ Foyt and Dan Gurney with their 1967 LeMans winning Ford GT

Dakar: La Paz
The La Paz Peru landscape
Dakar Rally
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Sainz wins Dakar Rally for 2nd time
  Matthias Walkner became the first Austrian winner on a bik

The victories achieved by Kevin Benavides in the bike race, Ignacio Casale in the quad category, Giniel de Villiers in the car race and Ton van Genugten in the truck category did not affect the positions at the top of the rally’s hierarchy. Matthias Walkner became the first Austrian winner on a bike, with Austrian brand KTM continuing to dominate the event thanks to a 17th consecutive success. For its last participation, Peugeot also retained the title, but this time only one of their cars was on the podium, namely the 3008 Maxi driven by winner Carlos Sainz. 

NASCAR Hall Of Fame Welcomes 2018 Inductees
Five NASCAR icons – two drivers, a crew chief/owner, an engine builder/owner and a broadcaster – were enshrined into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina, tonight during the Induction Ceremony held in the Crown Ball Room at the Charlotte Convention Center. Red Byron, Ray Evernham, Ron Hornaday Jr., Ken Squier and Robert Yates make up the ninth class of The NASCAR Hall of Fame, which now holds 45 inductees.
Rolex 24 GT Team-By-Team
  GTLM and GTD

As the Rolex 24 At Daytona approaches and with last weekend’s Roar Before the Rolex 24 now in the books, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT Le Mans (GTLM) and GTD class fields has taken shape. Here’s a quick, team-by-team look at what’s in store for each entry in the GT class.

Detroit Auto Show: Car and Truck of Year Awards
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Truck of Year
Pickup Truck of Year
Concept Car of Year
Luxury Car of Year
Most Innovative Car and SUV of year
Family Car of Year
Best of Show
Scenes from North American International Auto Show
  In Detroit

Detroit was the world stage and global reveals were the star power as the second day of Press Preview unfolded with the introduction of trucks, crossovers and coupes as well brand-defining concepts and prototypes. Honda Accord, Volvo XC60 and Lincoln Navigator were winners of the 2018 North American Car, Utility and Truck (NACTOY) awards. Products, power and politics all took center stage on Day 3 as IndyCar also took the wraps off their new car for 2018.

Wood Brothers Remember The Great Dan Gurney
  IndyCar and F1 great took NASCAR drivers to school

When Glen Wood looks back on his time racing at Riverside International Raceway with the great Dan Gurney, who died Jan. 14 at the age of 86, it’s not so much about the four wins in five starts or the 540 laps led. Instead Wood recalls a tall, handsome man who was as friendly as he was talented. “Once we got him going, it was pretty much a sure thing we could win the race if nothing happened to the car,” Wood said.

Universal kit unveiling kicks off 'Future' of IndyCar
  Old car with new clothes

For INDYCAR, "The Future Starts Now" - and it began today with the official unveiling of the highly anticipated car that will rule the roads, streets and ovals in the Verizon IndyCar Series for 2018 and beyond. A panel of dignitaries from within the sport and the automotive industry gathered at the North American International Auto Show to talk about the newly developed universal aerodynamic bodywork kit that will be affixed to the Dallara IR-12 chassis and used by all competitors in the 17-race season that begins in seven weeks.

Infiniti Q Inspiration Concept
  Power Beyond Convention
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Rosenqvist beats Buemi for Marrakesh Formula E win
  Takes lead with 4 laps to go

Felix Rosenqvist made it back-to-back victories in the Marrakesh ePrix by passing Renault e.dam’s Sebastien Buemi with four laps to go. By winning his second race in a row, the Mahindra driver took the championship lead. Sam Bird came home in third while Nelson Piquet Jr. and Jean-Eric Vergne avoided trouble to claim fourth and fifth respectively, the Frenchman rising from 13th on the grid.

Q&A with Harding Racing's Barnhart and Chaves
  Full-Season #88 team
Harding Racing announced today that Gabby Chaves will be the driver of the No. 88 Harding Racing Chevrolet for the full 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule.  Chaves and team president Brian Barnhart were guests on the Verizon IndyCar Series Teleconference today to discuss the pairing and the upcoming 2018 season. 
Brian Barnhart - President
Gabby Chaves - Driver/Columbia
Off To A "Roaring" Start
  IMSA Season Kicks Off With Successful Weekend At Daytona

While the Roar Before The Rolex 24 At Daytona long has served as the unofficial “kick-off” to the racing season, the 2018 rendition held this past weekend had a different feel than it had in previous years.


Q&A with Chase Elliott at Texas (Incl Video)
  After testing new Camaro Monster Cup car

Chase Elliott Took the Camaro ZL1 around Texas Motor Speedway for its first laps during Goodyear Tire Test on Tuesday. He met with members of the media during the lunch break at the Goodyear tire test at Texas Motor Speedway and discussed making the first on-track laps in the Camaro ZL1, his fan base and many other topics

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