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IndyCar: Indianapolis
Japanese veteran Takuma Sato finally wins an Indy 500 with Andretti Autosport
Chris Owens/IMS

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Scott Dixon's car flies through the air as Helio Castroneves drives underneath his car in the Indy 500

IndyCar: Indianapolis
With no protective canopies, Scott Dixon's car almost decapitates Jay Howard's head in the Indy 500

F1: Monaco
Sebastian Vettel celebrates while Kimi Raikkonen sulks after Vettel destroyed him

NASCAR: Charlotte
Austin Dillon, driver of the #3 DOW Salutes Veterans Chevrolet SS, celebrates his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series of his career in the Coca-Cola 600
Harold Hinson/HHP for GM

IndyCar: Indianapolis
James Davison and Oriol Servia tangle in the Indy 500

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Takuma Sato and his winning Andretti Autosport Indy 500 team

F1: Monaco
Once in the lead, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was untouchable on the streets of Monaco

NASCAR: Charlotte
Christopher Bell plows some grass in Saturday's Xfinity race
Getty Images for NASCAR
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The Indy 500 ended on a happy note, but......
  But we were inches away from a double death

Despite one scary accident and several smaller ones, the 2017 Indy 500 ended on a positive note with Japanese driver Takuma Sato outdueling Helio Castroneves for the race win as a crowd estimated at 300,000 stood and cheered. However, the IndyCar series was inches from being faced with the death of two drivers in a single accident, all because they are not smart enough to engineer a canopy solution to the cockpits to protect the drivers heads.

Indy 500 Day After News Conference - Takuma Sato
  First Japanese driver to win Indy 500
THE MODERATOR: We'll get started with our Indianapolis 500 winner's morning-after press conference. We are pleased to be joined by the champion of the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, Takuma Sato. Congratulations. We've been together for most of the evening and this morning, but it's been a complete whirlwind experience for you, and I heard on SportsCenter this morning that you were actually out until 2:00 a.m.
Indy 500 post race interviews
  Top 3 drivers plus Alonso

Takuma Sato (Winner - Andretti Autosport Honda)
Paul Harcus (Race Strategist for Andretti Autosport)
Michael Andretti (Team owner Andretti Autosport)
Fernando Alonso (McLaren Andretti Autosport driver)
Helio Castroneves (2nd Team Penske Chevy)
Ed Jones (3rd Dale Coyne Racing Honda)

Austin Dillon Scores First-Career Cup Victory
  by Pete McCole
Austin Dillon played the fuel mileage game to perfection on Sunday night to score his first-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory with a win in NASCAR's longest race, the Coca Cola 600. Dillon passed Jimmie Johnson with two laps to go to and beat Kyle Busch to the finish line by .835 seconds to put the famed no. 3 back in Victory Lane for the first time since 2000.
Takuma Sato Post Indy 500 Victory News Conference
  With Michael Andretti
After winning the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, Takuma Sato spoke with the media at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway media center.
Sato denies 4th win for Castroneves; wins 101st Indy500
  by Tim Wohlford

Some races go to the swift, others to the strong; but once in a while, it goes to the bold.  No one ever accused Takuma Sato of not being bold when it comes to winning the Indy 500 – witness his dog fight in 2012 with Dario Franchitti. Today, that boldness paid off.

Monaco GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers

1 - Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
2 - Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
3 - Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull).
Vettel wins Monaco GP over Raikkonen for Ferrari 1-2
  Ricciardo rounds out podium
Vettel perfect in Monaco

Sebastian Vettel hounded Kimi Raikkonen until Raikkonen pitted for tires then, except for a full course caution that closed up the field, pulled away at will to win the Monaco GP over his Ferrari teammate Raikkonen. Daniel Ricciardo brought the Red Bull home in third over Valtteri Bottas' Mercedes and the second Red Bull of Max Verstappen.

Indy 500 Field Starts Final Countdown at Drivers Meeting
  Zedd to ride with racing legend Mario Andretti

Drivers participating in the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil received final instructions and awards Saturday in the public drivers' meeting, the final race activity at the track before "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing." 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi and Andretti Herta Autosport with Curb-Agajanian co-owners Michael Andretti and Bryan Herta each accepted a "Baby Borg" trophy from Scott Gallett, vice president of marketing for BorgWarner, for being the winning driver and car owner at the 100th Indianapolis 500.

Ryan Blaney Scores First-Career Charlotte Victory
  by Pete McCole
Nearly 10 years after his father Dave Blaney captured his first and only Xfinity Series victory in a thrilling last-lap battle at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Ryan Blaney came full circle to collect his first Charlotte victory in Saturday’s Hisense 4K TV 300. Blaney took advantage of a late restart with three laps to go and powered past Kevin Harvick to take the lead and beat the Coca Cola 600 polesitter by four car lengths to win his first Xfinity Series victory of the season and fifth of his career.
Monaco Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers

1 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
2 - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)

Raikkonen and Vettel lockout Monaco front row
  Hamilton eliminated in Q2

Kimi Raikkonen nipped his Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel to take pole position for the 75th Monaco GP with a time of 1m12.178s, 0.043sec ahead of Vettel's best lap. It is only the 2nd time since 1979 that Ferrari has locked out the front row at Monaco. The big story was the failure of Lewis Hamilton to make it out of Q2. He tried over and over and just wasn't fast enough. Meanwhile his teammate Valtteri Bottas qualified 3rd ahead of Max Verstappen and his teammate Daniel Ricciardo.

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