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04/08/19
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All times live and Eastern unless noted.

Thursday, April 11LocationTV TimesNetwork
F1 – Practice 1Shanghai9:55pm-12:10amESPNews
Friday, April 12LocationTV TimesNetwork
F1 – Practice 2Shanghai1:55am-3:30amESPN2
IndyCar Practice 1Long Beach1:00-1:45pmNBC Gold
IndyCar Practice 2Long Beach5:00-5:45pmNBC Gold
NASCAR Xfinity - QualifyingRichmond3:40-4:40pmFS1
NASCAR Cup - QualifyingRichmond5:40-7:00pmFS1
NASCAR Xfinity - RaceRichmond7:00-9:30pmFS1
IMSA - QualifyingLong Beach8:30-9:15pmIMSA TV
F1 – Practice 3Shanghai10:55pm-12:00amESPNews
Saturday, April 13LocationTV TimesNetwork
F1 – QualifyingShanghai1:55-4:00amESPN2
Formula E - RaceRome9:30-11:00amFS2
IndyCar Practice 3Long Beach12:00-12:45pmNBC Gold
IMSA - RaceLong Beach4:30-7:00pmNBCSN
NASCAR Cup - RaceRichmond 7:00-11:00pmFS1
SupercrossDenver8:30-11:30pmNBCSN
Sunday, April 14LocationTV TimesNetwork
F1 – RaceShanghai2:00-4:00amESPN2
MotoGP RaceCOTATBAbeIN
NHRA FinalsHouston3:00-5:00pmFOX
IndyCar raceLong Beach4:00-7:00pmNBCSN

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04/08/19
irl

If Herta wins Long Beach free Tacos from King Taco
Colton Herta and Ryan Hunter-Reay
Colton Herta and Ryan Hunter-Reay
Long-time Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach sponsor King Taco, primary sponsor this weekend on Colton Herta’s #88 Harding Steinbrenner Racing Honda, will offer fans a free “victory taco” if Herta wins the 2019 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday.

Should Valencia-native Herta win, all fans can bring their Sunday race day ticket stub into any participating King Taco location in Southern California and present it at the time of ordering to receive a free “Victory Taco” until April 30, 2019.

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04/08/19
irl

Video: Honda GP of Alabama IndyCar Race Honda Highlights
Takuma Sato
Takuma Sato
Takuma Sato and his Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda team unloaded fast on Friday, took pole on Saturday and then led most of the race to just hold off Scott Dixon's Ganassi Honda to win the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama at the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham.

Sebastien Bourdais was third for Dale Coyne Racing while Josef Newgarden and Alexander Rossi rounded out the top-5. Honda powered cars finished 1-2-3 and took 8 of the top-10 places.

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04/08/19
nasmon

NASCAR Bristol TV Rating
Not only were the grandstands 75% empty, the TV rating was weak as well
Not only were the grandstands 75% empty, the TV rating was weak as well. With that said, FS1 is a cable TV channel
FS1 earned a 1.7 overnight for yesterday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Last year's race was postponed till Monday and run on Fox TV and got a 1.5 overnight.



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04/08/19
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Only 38,000 at Bristol Sunday (Update)
Houston, we have a problem
Houston, we have a problem

UPDATE For whatever reason, only an estimated 38,000 fans showed up. The sky was overcast and the weather forecast did include rain, but the temperature was in the seventies. The forecast of some rain may have kept the walkup crowd down by perhaps 10,000.

Due to a decision by track officials months ago, no spectators were allowed in the turns either Sunday or Saturday. That sight of those empty sections compounded the rather shocking optics and the grandstands on the straights were not that full either.

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04/08/19
f1

Red Bull Racing hails new power unit, fuel & oil combination
Rob Marshall
Rob Marshall

Q&A with…

ROB MARSHALL - Chief Engineering Officer, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

The new Aston Martin Red Bull Racing-Honda era has got off to a positive start and with ExxonMobil providing technical support on both sides, the trio are already enjoying a close relationship that is beginning to yield results on track. What’s behind the smooth transition? Let’s meet Rob Marshall, who plays a key role in Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’s technical department…

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04/08/19
irl

Alonso's 2019 Indy 500 car to be revealed today (2nd Update)
Photo Courtesy of McLaren
Photos Courtesy of McLaren

UPDATE Added McLaren video of Alonso's car below.

04/08/19 The familiar papaya orange Indy car will once again be racing around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval, confirmed Monday by McLaren Racing’s unveiling of the official livery for the No. 66 McLaren Chevrolet that Fernando Alonso will run in the 103rd Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

Built at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, United Kingdom, the car sports the unique McLaren papaya orange for the chassis, echoing the color chosen by Bruce McLaren for the team’s first Formula One entry in 1966 and reflecting the livery of McLaren's current F1 car, the MCL34. This year’s scheme for both racing series features a complementary blue that nods to the team’s racing heritage. McLaren had previously announced the car’s number, with the No. 66 in honor of McLaren’s first victory at the Brickyard, achieved by Mark Donohue in a Team Penske M16 in 1972.

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04/08/19
wec

Risi Competizione announces rest of LeMans driver lineup
Olivier Jarvis will join Pipo Derani
Olivier Jarvis will join Pipo Derani
Risi Competizione Team Principal Giuseppe Risi and Frenchman Jean Guikas are happy to announce the final driver line-up for the No. 89 Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 GTE-Pro entry for this year's running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, June 15-16, with Frenchman Jules Gounon and England's Oliver Jarvis.

Brazilian hot shoe Luis Felipe "Pipo" Derani, winner of the recent 12 Hours of Sebring race and has enjoyed three wins at Sebring in the last four events, was announced as the first Risi Competizione driver last week. Jarvis and Gounon complete the 2019 driver roster.

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04/08/19
irl

King Taco to Serve as Primary Sponsor for Herta at Long Beach
Long-time Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach sponsor King Taco will grow their partnership with Harding Steinbrenner Racing this weekend. The Mexican fast food company will serve as primary sponsor of Valencia, native Colton Herta’s #88 Honda-powered Indy car on the 1.968-mile temporary street course around the Long Beach Convention Center. King Taco is a current season-long associate sponsor of the Harding Steinbrenner #88.

“Super happy to have king taco on board for Long Beach as a primary sponsor for the #88 Indy car,” said Colton Herta. “King Taco has always supported the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach and INDYCAR as a whole. Their tacos are amazing, and being from Los Angeles…I know what a street taco should taste like!”

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04/08/19
f1

Norris swears off alcohol for 2019
Lando Norris
Lando Norris
(GMM) No alcohol could be one of the secrets of Lando Norris' early success in 2019.

Despite McLaren's earlier run of poor form, the 19-year-old rookie has had a great start to his F1 career by getting into Q3 in the opening two races and finishing sixth in Bahrain.

But Norris told Auto Motor und Sport that he didn't celebrate in the predictable way afterwards.

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04/08/19
f1

Monza to get government funding boost for F1 race
Despite huge crowds, all F1 races lose their shirt without government backing
Despite huge crowds, all F1 races lose $millions without government backing
(GMM) Monza's hopes of staying on the F1 calendar have received a financial boost.

Earlier, the future of the Italian grand prix looked in doubt.

But Germany's SID news agency claims that the Italian right-wing political party Lega brought a bill to parliament in Rome last Friday.

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04/08/19
f1

'Q4' qualifying could favor big teams - Steiner
Steiner and his driver Grosjean
Steiner and his driver Grosjean
(GMM) Another F1 team boss has warned the sport to think carefully before changing the qualifying format.

Last week, Red Bull's Christian Horner warned that adding a 'Q4' to the current system might be problematic due to a shortage of Pirelli tires.

"At first glance, we don't have enough tires for a qualifying format like that," he said.

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04/08/19
f1

F1 Cars easy to drive and too heavy - Hulkenberg
Kimi Raikkonen likes the changes
Kimi Raikkonen likes the changes
(GMM) F1 cars should be harder to drive and lighter, according to Nico Hulkenberg.

For 2019, Liberty Media and the FIA introduced tweaks to the aerodynamic regulations designed to make overtaking easier.

Kimi Raikkonen, the most experienced driver on the grid, gave the changes a tentative thumbs-up.

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04/07/19
irl

Video: NTT IndyCar Series: Birmingham Race Highlights
Takuma Sato dominated proceedings in the third IndyCar race of 2019 at Barber Motorsport Park but almost threw victory away a few laps from home.

The RLL driver was seldom headed after leading the field away from pole position. His win only looked in doubt in the dying stages of the race, when he skidded off-track at turn seven and lost a piece of bodywork, but he was quickly able to restore his advantage.

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04/07/19
nasmon

Bristol Monster Cup post-race Q&A
Race Winning Team Owner Joe Gibbs, Crew Chief Adam Stevens and Kyle Busch (No. 18 Skittles Toyota)

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04/07/19
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Video: Ally ran First National Spot With Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson
Ally during today’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Food City 500 on FS1 debuted its first national TV spot with Hendrick Motorsports and Jimmie Johnson, adding heft to the digital financial services brand’s promotion of the partnership. The spot, called “Chasing 8,” ties together its “Do It Right” slogan with Johnson’s quest for what would be a record eighth NASCAR Cup Series championship. Ally, which works with Anomaly, N.Y., on consumer marketing, gave THE DAILY an exclusive look at the spot before it runs later this afternoon.

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04/07/19
irl

IndyCar: Rahal over Rossi in final warmup
Graham Rahal
Graham Rahal
Grahal Rahal was the fastest driver in Sunday morning warmups ahead of the Honda GP of Alabama IndyCar race today. His time of 1m10.175s was 0.11s faster than Alexander Rossi in 2nd.

However, looming in third was the king of Barber Motorsports Park Josef Newgarden. Nowhere all weekend, his Penske team finally found a good setup on the car.  Keep an eye on him in the race.

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04/07/19
nasx

NASCAR Bristol Xfinity post-race Q&A
Race and Dash 4 Cash Winner Christopher Bell (No. 20 Rheem Toyota), Winning Crew Chief Jason Ratcliff and Matt Lederer (Vice President for Brand Partnerships, Comcast)

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04/07/19
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Sunday Update from Barber Motorsports Park
Sato starts on Pole
Sato starts on Pole
It is a beautiful race day morning here in Birmingham, AL for the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama. Today's high is predicted to be 80 degrees by race time.  Rain is now out of the forecast until very late tonight. 

Last night was a rocky night in town.  A huge band of thunderstorms lit up the night sky for about 4 hours last night.  And dumped inches of rain at the track.  So there is mud in the parking areas this morning.  And the Auburn Tigers, a college located about 2 hours south of Birmingham, lost to Virginia in their first Final Four appearance.

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04/07/19
irl

Frye: More manufacturers becoming a necessity
Jay Frye and Mark Miles
Jay Frye and Mark Miles

In yesterday's press conference with IndyCar CEO Mark Miles and IndyCar President Jay Frye, AutoRacing1.com asked about the rumored new engine manufacturers coming into the series, and when.

IndyCar President Jay Frye says that the prospect of a third manufacturer joining Honda and Chevrolet as engine suppliers is moving from a “luxury” to a “necessity” with the ongoing growth in series entries.

“There’s a lot of enthusiasm -- we talk to lots to them every day,” Frye told the media at Barber Motorsports Park of the series’ discussions with OEMs. “A lot of what’s going on with it is timing, because it’s a huge commitment. They have to build engines. The ones that we’re currently talking to want to build their own engines, so that’s a key indicator when you talk to somebody about their commitment. So we’re sorting through that.

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04/07/19
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Van Gisbergen claims Holden's first win of 2019
Shane van Gisbergen gets under Penske driver Fabian Coulthard
Shane van Gisbergen gets under Penske driver Fabian Coulthard
Shane van Gisbergen returned himself, and Holden, to the winner’s circle in Tasmania by repelling fellow Kiwi Fabian Coulthard and the Mustang at Symmons Plains.

The 2016 Supercars Champion scored his third win at the Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint with a relatively comfortable victory over Shell V-Power Racing’s Coulthard, who scored his second straight second place, and Penrite Racing’s David Reynolds.

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04/07/19
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Logano fastest in final practice for the Food City 500
Joey Logano
Joey Logano
Joey Logano paced the final Cup practice Saturday for the Food City 500.

The Team Penske driver turned a 128.830 mph lap (14.894 seconds) on the 0.533-mile oval.

Jimmie Johnson was second, followed by Austin Dillon, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch.

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04/07/19
irl

Q&A with Ed Carpenter Racing drivers Ed Jones and Spencer Pigot
Ed Jones
Ed Jones
NOTE
The transcript and video below is from a media availability with Ed Carpenter Racing drivers Ed Jones and Spencer Pigot at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.

THE MODERATOR: We are joined now by the two drivers from Ed Carpenter Racing, Ed Jones and Spencer Pigot. Ed, we'll kick it off with you. Obviously here at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend, a very challenging and technical track. How have practices been going so far for you and what are your expectations for qualifying?

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04/06/19
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Bell collects first victory at Bristol
Christopher Bell, driver of the #20 Rheem Toyota, celebrates in victory lane by placing the Winner's sticker on his car after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco 300
Christopher Bell, driver of the #20 Rheem Toyota, celebrates in victory lane by placing the Winner's sticker on his car after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco 300

Christopher Bell overtook Brandon Jones with less than 20 laps remaining to capture Saturday’s Alsco 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race and pocketed a $100,000 bonus for his efforts.

Bell, driver of the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, was one of four drivers competing for the series’ Dash 4 Cash bonus. Other eligible drivers didn’t finish far behind – Tyler Reddick finished second, Chase Briscoe finished fourth and Michael Annett wound up eighth. 

“That’s pretty cool to get my first win here with the Dash 4 Cash bonus,” Bell said in Victory Lane. “Joe Gibbs Racing has a really, really good package at Bristol. For whatever reason, we struggled to find that. I didn’t feel good basically all practice and didn’t qualify good.

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04/06/19
irl

Video: NTT IndyCar Series - Birmingham Qualifying Highlights
Takuma Sato
Takuma Sato
A session that didn’t go well for those typically strong at qualifying went just fine Saturday for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.

The team’s two drivers swept the front row for Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by AmFirst, with Takuma Sato taking the NTT P1 Award with a last-second lap of 1 minute, 8.5934 seconds (120.711 mph) around the 17-turn, 2.3-mile Barber Motorsports Park road circuit.

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04/06/19
irl

Patricio O'Ward Partners with GESS International
Patricio O’Ward
Patricio O’Ward

Patricio O’Ward will partner with GESS International as an associate sponsor for this weekend's Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama and will be joined again next week as both an associate and primary sponsor at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. O’Ward’s No. 31 Carlin Chevrolet will feature badging for GESS International and the American Biogas Council.

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04/06/19
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Video: Q&A with IndyCar's Mark Miles and Jay Frye
Jay Frye and Mark Miles
Jay Frye and Mark Miles. The chances of the NTT IndyCar Series returning to Japan for a championship race is not looking promising, according to Miles

IndyCar CEO Mark Miles and IndyCar President Jay Frye met the media at Barber Motorsports Park in an impromptu press conference  to answer questions about the latest stories in IndyCar.

We asked for an update on the rumored new engine manufacturers.

Editor's Note: We apologize about the audio quality of this video. 

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04/06/19
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IndyCar: Hinchcliffe tops red-flag ruined practice 3
James Hinchcliffe the man to beat for pole this afternoon
James Hinchcliffe the man to beat for pole this afternoon

We have seen so many red flags in IndyCar practice at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend you would think the drivers are a bunch of rank amateurs. Final practice was no different and totally disjointed as a result.

James Hinchcliffe [Honda] was again the only driver to get down into the 1m08s bracket and his lap of 1m08.735s was a whopping 0.300s faster than 2nd quick Sebastien Bourdais [Honda] - a big gap given how tight the field is.

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04/06/19
irl

Saturday morning Update from Barber Motorsports Park
Can Hinch win the pole?
Can Hinch win the pole?

It was a sunny morning here in Birmingham at the sprawling 2.3 mile, 17 turn road course. The weather is predicted to take a turn this afternoon with thunderstorms starting around 2 pm and continuing through most of the evening.  IndyCar qualifying is scheduled for 3 pm this afternoon.

The story today is the alternative (red) Firestone tires.  Each road and street course we race at, the red tires are tested and produced specially for that course.  Typically the red tires are faster then the primary (black) tires but wear quicker because they are softer.  The teams are allotted a set of reds to run during the Friday practice only so they can get some setup data for the balance of the car.

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04/06/19
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Jones leads early Saturday Bristol practice
Erik Jones
Erik Jones

Erik Jones led the Saturday morning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Bristol with a lap of 129.903 mph (14.771 seconds).

 

Fellow Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin was second fastest at 129.850 mph.

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04/06/19
automotive

EU Charges BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen With Emissions Collusion
You sell diesel cars you pay the price
You sell diesel cars you pay the price

It might have taken two years of investigative raids and Daimler acting as a whistleblower, but Germany’s Big Three automakers finally stand accused by the European Union of collusion. On Friday, the European Commission claimed that Volkswagen Group, BMW and Daimler broke antitrust rules by acting together to delay the introduction of two emission cleaning systems between 2006 and 2014.

The Commission’s preliminary view is that BMW, Daimler and VW participated in a collusive scheme, breaching the EU’s competition rules by limiting the development and proliferation of new emission cleaning technology for diesel and gasoline-fueled passenger cars sold in the “European Economic Area.” This collusion occurred in the framework of the car manufacturers’ so-called “circle of five” technical meetings — which includes VW Group’s Porsche and Audi.

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04/06/19
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Weekend TV Times
All times Eastern and live unless noted.
Saturday, April 6LocationTV TimesNetwork
Virgin Australia Supercars - Race 1Symmons Plains1:15am-2:40am (L)MotorTrend Online
Blancpain GT World ChallengeSepang4:00am-5:40am (L) - Race 1MotorTrend Online
IndyCar Practice 3Barber11:45am-12:30pm (L)NBC Gold
Superbike Race 1AragonTBAbeIN Sports
NASCAR XfinityBristol12:30pm-1:00pm (L) - Pre-Race
1:00pm-3:30pm (L) - Race
3:30pm-4:00pm (L) - Post-Race
FS1
MotoAmericaRoad Atlanta2:30pm-4:00pm (L) #1FS2
IndyCar QualifyingBarber4:00pm-5:30pm (L)NBCSN
AMA SupercrossNashville8:00pm-11:00pm (L)NBCSN
Virgin Supercars - Race 2 QualsSymmons Plains9:10pm-10:00pm (L)MotorTrend Online
Blancpain GT World Challenge Sepang10:10pm-12:15am (L) - Race 2MotorTrend Online
Virgin Australia Supercars - Race 2Symmons Plains11:40pm-1:30am (L)MotorTrend Online
Sunday, April 7LocationTV TimesNetwork
Superbike Race 2AragonTBAbeIN Sports
NASCAR CupBristol12:30pm-2:00pm (L) - RaceDay
2:00pm-5:30pm (L) - Race
FS1
MotoAmericaRoad Atlanta2:30pm-4:00pm (L) #2FS2
IndyCarBarber4:00pm-4:30pm (L) - Pre-Race
4:30pm-6:30pm (L) - Race
6:30pm-7:00pm (L) - Post-Race
NBCSN
NHRA FinalsLas Vegas5:30pm-8:30pm (SDD)FS1


Legend: L=Live, R=Repeat, D=Delayed, SDD=Same Day Delay

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04/06/19
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Video: IndyCar Friday practice highlights
Sato Spins
Sato Spins

The NTT IndyCar Series kicked off practice for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama by testing the limits of their cars -- and then some.

A number of drivers lost control of their cars Friday, including the two fastest drivers - Hinchcliffe, Herta and Ferrucci.

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04/06/19
irl

Video: IndyCar educates Alabama students
Zach Veach addressed the students in an open forum
Zach Veach addressed the students in an open forum

Cars were racing fast and furious at the Barber Motorsports Park April 4 – even before the IndyCar drivers started practice.

It was the annual Education Event, where 150 students from five high schools partner with Alabama Power engineers to build and race miniature Pinewood Derby cars down a 20-foot slide.

Before the competition, they heard from Zach Veach, an IndyCar driver with Andretti Autosport, on the use of math and science in racing.

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04/06/19
automotive

DENSO to Invest $1.6 Billion to Strengthen Development and Production of Automotive Electrification Products
Denso realizes almost all cars will be electric in about 10 years

DENSO, the world’s second largest mobility supplier, today announced it will invest approximately 180 billion yen (US$1.6 billion) over the next three years – from FY2018 to late FY2020 – to support its aggressive development and production of electrified automotive products, systems and technologies. To achieve its long-term business goal to create and inspire new value for the future of mobility, DENSO is focused on increasing its performance in the area of electrification.

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04/06/19
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NASCAR warns drivers of penalties for missing media obligations
Ryan Newman shared the memo with reporters
Ryan Newman shared the memo with reporters
NASCAR has warned drivers that penalties could be forthcoming for failing to comply with this season’s new media availability policy.

In memos that were distributed to teams before practice Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR said it could penalize those who “fail to complete their media obligations or is verbally aggressive toward a NASCAR staff member or media member.” 

As part of a new system in place for the Cup series this season, all drivers are required to go through a designated bullpen area for interviews after qualifying. The second through 10th-place finishers in all three national series also must attend a postrace bullpen for interviews.

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04/06/19
nasmon

Sterling Marlin undergoes third brain surgery
Sterling Marlin back in 2005 as a Cup driver
Sterling Marlin back in 2005 as a Cup driver
Former Cup driver Sterling Marlin has successfully undergone the third of four stages of brain surgery called Deep Brain Stimulation to treat Parkinson’s disease, his family announced in a press release Thursday.

The procedures, which began March 11, was performed at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

Deep Brain Stimulation delivers electrical pulses to brain cells to decrease symptoms. It is the most commonly performed surgical treatment for Parkinson’s.

The recovery process is expected to take three months.

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04/06/19
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McLaughlin continues winning ways in Tasmania
Scott McLaughlin beats teammate Coulthard as Penske team runs roughshod over Australian series
Scott McLaughlin beats teammate Coulthard as Penske team runs roughshod over Australian series

An ill Scott McLaughlin has fought through pain to put the Ford Mustang back on top in Tasmania and further distancing himself from Jamie Whincup in the Championship fight.

McLaughlin, suffering from a heavy dose of the flu, had started from the front-row of the grid alongside Mark Winterbottom, who snared his first ARMOR ALL Pole since 2016, while Whincup had a horror day, finishing last after a flat tyre and broken front end.

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