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NASCAR: Daytona
Ryan Newman was involved in a major accident coming down for the checkered flag of the Daytona 500 while leading
Peter Casey - USA Today Sports

NASCAR: Daytona
President Trump became only the 2nd sitting President to attend the Daytona 500. He greeted the crowd, gave the command to start engines and then led the pace lap in his armored limousine.
Mike Mercurio/AR1.com

NASCAR: Daytona
Tate Fogleman's Chevy Truck spews its guts all over the Daytona Speedway asphalt
Mike Mercurio/AR1.com

NASCAR: Daytona
Tate Fogleman's Chevy Truck explodes an engine is spectacular style
Mike Mercurio/AR1.com

NASCAR: Daytona
The NASCAR truck drivers were racing and wrecking Friday night in Daytona
Mike Mercurio/AR1.com

Formula E: Mexico City
Mitch Evans (NZL), Panasonic Jaguar Racing, Jaguar I-Type 4 outbrakes Andre Lotterer (DEU), Tag Heuer Porsche, Porsche 99x Electric for the lead and the win
Joe Portlock/LAT

Formula E: Mexico City
For the 2nd year in a row the Formula E race in Mexico City drew a huge crowd
Alastair Staley/LAT

F1: Silverstone
Lewis Hamilton shakes down the 2020 Mercedes W11 at Silverstone, the car that will carry him to yet another World Title
Mercedes F1

NASCAR: Daytona
Justin Allgaier brings his damaged Xfinity Series Camaro down pit lane Saturday in the 300-mile race
Mike Mercurio/AR1.com
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Rebellion takes COTA pole over Toyota
  World Endurance Championship
With Toyota neutered by the WEC, Rebellion Racing took a third consecutive World Endurance Championship pole position in Austin. Gustavo Menezes and Norman Nato took he top spot ahead of the Toyotas with a 1m47.530s average. Jose Maria Lopez and Mike Conway took second in the more heavily neutered of the two Toyota TS050 HYBRIDs. Lopez was third fastest after his run with a 1m48.634s, which Conway followed with a 1m49.688s to yield a 1m49.161s average.
Kyle Busch dominates Las Vegas Truck race
  Like taking candy from a baby
When Kyle Busch runs a truck race he usually wins and Friday night in Las Vegas was no different. Put Busch in one of his own Kyle Busch Motorsports trucks, and he’s all but certain to win. That’s been the case for seven straight starts in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, counting Friday night’s victory in the Strat 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, his home track. Busch led seven times for 108 of the 134 laps in the 200-mile race. About the only difficulty he had was clearing Sheldon Creed on consecutive restarts in the final stage of the race. But five laps into a run, Busch was gone. After the last restart on Lap 96, Busch pulled out to a lead of more than 7.8 seconds over polesitter and race runner-up Johnny Sauter. His winning margin over Sauter was 5.958 seconds. The victory was Busch’s 57th, extending his own record in the series, and his second straight at LVMS.
Scenes from F1 Preseason Test Day 3
  by Frederico Basile
Day 3 of Preseason F1 testing for the 2020 season has completed in Barcelona, Spain.  Our Frederico Basile was onsite and beamed back these 90+ photos from trackside. Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton ran 1-2 in their 'trick steering Mercedes. Ferrari had a bad day. Not only did their car break down on course, the team has now admitted they are slower than their rivals this year and things are looking fairly bleak at this point.
Scenes from F1 Preseason Test Day 2
  by Frederico Basile
Day 2 of Preseason F1 testing for the 2020 season has completed in Barcelona, Spain.  Our Frederico Basile was onsite and beamed back these 80+ photos from trackside. Alfa Romeo Sauber driver Kimi Raikkonen turned the fastest lap using the softest Pirellis available.
Alfa Romeo C39 breaks cover in Barcelona
  The last launch of 2020
Sauber Motorsport AG, which manages and operates the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN team in the Formula One world championship, unveiled its 2020 contender, the C39, before the start of winter testing in Barcelona. The reveal of the car completes the grid, with Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN being the final team to launch its livery ahead of the new season.
Hamlin goes back-to-back to win Daytona 500
  by Brandon Reed
Denny Hamlin has scored the victory in Monday’s rain delayed Daytona 500 at Daytona International Raceway, but it came with a muted celebration after a vicious crash marred the final moments of the event. Hamlin was in third coming to the checkered flag when leader Ryan Newman and Ryan Blaney tangled coming to the flag. Newman’s car was turned into the outside wall, where it flipped over and was then hit in the roof by the car of Corey LaJoie. Newman’s car slid on its roof in a shower of sparks.  It came to rest at the exit of pit road, where rescue crews were quickly on the scene.
Racing Point reveals 2020 F1 livery
  and new title sponsor
The Racing Point Formula 1 team has revealed its 2020 livery and announced a title sponsorship deal with long-term backer BWT. The team will now compete as 'BWT Racing Point F1 Team', and branding for its title sponsor is more prominent on the car and on the drivers' race suits compared to 2019. As the team unveiled what is likely to be the last Pink car, team boss Otmar Szafnauer said they are targeting P4 in 2020.
WILLIAMS F1 Launches, gives first look at the FW43
  2020 season contender
ROKiT Williams Racing has officially revealed its 2020 Formula One challenger, the Williams Mercedes FW43. The FW43 is an evolution of the FW42, with much of the development work carried out throughout 2019 feeding in to the design of this year’s car. Speaking ahead of the 2020 season, Claire Williams, Deputy Team Principal, said: “This year marks a fresh start for the team. We have spent time addressing our areas of weakness and have ensured that we have the right people, structures, procedures and resource in place to deliver competitive race cars. 
Rain Postpones Daytona 500 To Monday Afternoon
  by Brandon Reed
Mother Nature won out in Daytona Beach on Sunday. The 62nd annual Daytona 500 has been postponed to Monday afternoon at 4 pm thanks to persistent rain showers over Daytona International Speedway. The race only got 20 laps on the board before the skies opened up.  The race will resume at 4 pm Monday afternoon.
Chevrolet team owners Daytona Press Conference
  Ahead of Daytona 500
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Mitch Evans wins Mexico City Formula ePrix
  Easy win over da Costa and Buemi
After starting second, Panasonic Jaguar Racing's Mitch Evans emerged victorious after a flawless race in Mexico City. Following Evans was DS Techeetah's Antonio Felix da Costa, while Nissan e.dams' Sebastian Buemi rounded off the podium in third. Here's how it all happened.
Gragson Grabs First NXS Win In Wild Daytona Finish
  by Brandon Reed

With cars crashing behind him on the final lap, Noah Gragson held the lead as the caution flag came out, ending the NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at Daytona International Speedway. With the race essentially over with the yellow flag, Gragson scored his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win, and gave JR Motorsports their third consecutive win in the series season opener. The 21-year-old Gragson won in the No. 9 JR Motorsports Chevrolet, making it five victories in the past seven February races at Daytona for the organization.

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