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IndyCar: Long Beach
Toyota GP of Long Beach winner Mike Conway celebrates
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IndyCar: Long Beach
Race winner Mike Conway (C) circulates around the track to the cheers of the crowd with 2nd place Will Power and 3rd place Carlos Munoz

IndyCar: Long Beach
The first standing start for IndyCar went off perfect. The lights are out and everyone burns rubber. It was the best start in Long Beach history

IndyCar: Long Beach
The IndyCars scream away from and exciting standing start

MotoGP: Austin
Race winner Marc Marquez celebrates with a reverse wheelie
Repsol Honda

MotoGP: Austin
Honda teammates Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa run 1-2 to the finish
Repsol Honda

NASCAR: Darlington
#4 Bojangles Southern 500 winner Kevin Harvick
Chevy Racing

Indy Lights: Long Beach
Colombian Gabby Chavez celebrates his close race win over Zach Veach

NASCAR: Darlington
Bojangles Southern 500 winner Kevin Harvick celebrates with donuts
Chevy Racing
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Chinese GP: Saturday Press Conference
  From Shanghai
1st Lewis Hamilton
2nd Daniel Ricciardo
3rd Sebastian Vettel
Hamilton wins pole for Chinese GP
  Third of the year
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton claimed his third pole position of the 2014 Formula 1 season at the Chinese Grand Prix on a wet Shanghai track. With the track wet, Hamilton went fastest on his first run in Q3 then improved by almost half a second on his second run to ensure pole. Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo will start second, setting a time six tenths slower than Hamilton.
Chinese Grand Prix Preview
  by Brian Carroccio
The 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix will be the 11th running of the Chinese Grand Prix, all of which have been staged at the 5.5541-kilometer Shanghai International Circuit. Rubens Barrichello won the inaugural event driving for Ferrari in 2004. Fernando Alonso, also of Ferrari, is the defending race winner. Alonso (2005, 2013) and Lewis Hamilton (2008, 2011) are the only drivers to have won the Chinese Grand Prix twice.
Chinese GP: Friday Press Conference
  Charlie Whiting joins
Pat FRY (Ferrari)
Yasuhisa ARAI (Honda)
Andy COWELL (Mercedes AMG HPP)
Rob WHITE (Renault Sport F1)
Long Beach GP Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Another installment of North America’s most successful urban festival of speed is complete. Ed Carpenter Racing’s Mike Conway parlayed the misfortune that befell many of his competitors with an impressive charge through the field to score his third career victory, and 2nd in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. What follows’ is AR1's Long Beach postscript analysis.
Scenes from the 2014 NY Auto Show
  Convertible Corvette Z06 highlights show
It's the New York Auto Show kickoff day this morning, but a lot of the news broke last night. New York, usually the bastion of mid-size sedans will actually have some sporty dynamism with the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible and 2016 Mazda Miata. Going up in weight, there's also the S63 AMG Coupe, Lamborghini Huracan, Audi RS7 Exclusive RS7 Dynamic Edition and Aston Martin N430. We present some of the highlights in photos.
Role of Crew Chief at Talladega Pivotal
  New “Knockout” Qualifying and Chase Format Create New Challenges
With all the excitement around NASCAR’s competition changes for Talladega Superspeedway’s Aaron’s Dream Weekend, May 2-4, added pressure and a sense of urgency will now be felt like never before by the Crew Chief and team engineers who set up the cars and make the hard decisions at NASCAR’s biggest and most challenging venue
Chinese GP: Thursday Press Conference
  From Shanghai
Adrian SUTIL (Sauber)
Sergio PEREZ (Force India)
Esteban GUTIERREZ (Sauber)
Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes
Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari)
Memories of my first Southern 500
  by Dave Grayson
Like many of you, I spent a Friday and Saturday evening in front of a television set watching NASCAR Live On Fox  from Darlington International Raceway in South Carolina. After all, any race track with the names "the track too tough to tame" and "the lady in black" was bound to turn up some excitement. It was apparent that the racing gremlins that sent a lot of bad luck in the direction of Kevin Harvick in recent weeks didn't get the memo that he was racing at Darlington. Harvick led 238 laps of the Bojangles Southern 500 to win a race that for decades has been known as "the grand daddy of them all."
Gene Haas Announces F1 Team
  by Pete McCole
Championship-winning NASCAR owner Gene Haas announced today his newly-formed Haas Racing Developments will be moving forward with the creation of an American-based Formula 1 team after being granted a license by F1’s governing body, the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). Haas’ new F1 operation will be called Haas Formula and will be based around the existing facilities of Stewart-Haas Racing in Kannapolis, N.C., as well as satellite operations based in Europe.
Long Beach GP Sunday Press Conference
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Brown, Hight, Alund, Hines Four-Wide Winners
  by Pete McCole
Jimmy Alund scored the biggest win of his drag racing career on Sunday, as the 46-year old fill-in driver from Norrkoping, Sweden beat out three other drivers to win the Pro Stock final at the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Four-Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway. Antron Brown won out in the Top Fuel division, Robert Hight took the top spot in the Funny Car division and Andrew Hines took the win in Pro Stock Motorcycle.
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