|Photos of the Week|
Marc Marquez took the lead in the final turn but Lorenzo powered by him at the line in a photo finish
Race winner Jorge Lorenzo and his adoring fans
Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sprint All-Star Race
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Rookie Spencer Pigot plasters the Indy wall
Derek Daly, father of Conor Daly, wears old goggles and helmet from the early days at Indy
American Alexander Rossi looks dejected with his 11th fastest qualifying time after he was hoping to challenge for pole. He was the fastest qualified rookie in the field
Honda F1 driver Fernando Alonso was on hand to congratulate Marc Marquez on a great race - finishing 2nd in a photo finish
Outside front row starter Ryan Hunter-Reay poses with the Hot Wheels replica of the Borg Warner Trophy
Some young fans ham it up for the camera
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It's all quiet now at the Speedway
by Mark J. Cipolloni
It’s all quiet now at the greatest sports venue in America, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The crews are done tinkering with the cars, the drivers off to bed early and the maintenance crews are doing their final touches – cleaning up the trash from the past two weeks, and putting a shine on the place before the 350,000 adrenaline junkies come flowing through the gates for the 100th time to witness the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indy 500.
Denny Hamlin Rallies To Score Charlotte Xfinity Victory
by Pete McCole
Denny Hamlin proved that new tires will always trump old tires at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Hamlin rallied from a pit road penalty and took advantage of a late caution flag to come back and pass Joey Logano and Kyle Larson on the second-to-last lap in a three-lap overtime finish for the victory in Saturday’s Hisense 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Austin Dillon finished second, followed by Logano, Cole Custer and Justin Allgaier
Q&A with Indy 500 Pace Car Driver Roger Penske
Winningest team owner in Indy history
Like the Indy 500, Mr. Penske, too, is celebrating a milestone this year. This is his 50th year as a team owner in motorsports. And his list of accomplishments, I could be here all morning, but I think the most pertinent one for this day is that his teams have won this race a record 16 times including a year ago with Juan Pablo Montoya. To pace this year's Indy 500, Mr. Penske will be driving a 2017 Camaro SS, 50th Anniversary Edition. It's the ninth time the a Camaro has paced the field, 27th time for Chevrolet since 1948.
Monaco GP - Saturday Press Conference
1 - Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Riccardo beats both Mercedes for pole in Monaco
Vettel 4th for Ferrari while Verstappen crashes out
Daniel Riccardo has put his Red Bull on pole for the Monaco GP with a lap of 1m13.622s It was the first pole of his career, and it comes at Monaco. A stunning lap from the Australian - stunning commitment, stunning speed and Ricciardo will start on the supersofts tomorrow too - double advantage. Nico Rosberg will start 2nd in his Mercedes ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton. A frustrated Sebastian Vettel was 4th for Ferrari.
Martin Truex, Jr. Wins Pole For Coca Cola 600
by Pete McCole
Martin Truex, Jr. spoiled the party for the Ford teams after powering his way to the pole for Sunday's Coca Cola 600 in Thursday night's qualifying session at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Truex, Jr. posted a winning lap of 192.328 mph to bump last weeks All Star Race winner Joey Logano and earn his second pole of the season and his first ever at Charlotte. Logano held on for second, while Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. qualified third. Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski rounded out the top five.
Q&A with Chip Ganassi Racing
On media Day at IndyChip Ganassi Racing
Q&A with KVSH Racing
Bourdais, Wilson and Brabham
QC&A with Team Penske
On Media Day At IndyTeam Penske
Q&A with Ed Carpenter Racing
On media day at IndyEd Carpenter Racing
NASCAR Announces Changes To Rules Package
by Pete McCole
NASCAR announced new changes to the aerodynamic rules package for upcoming races at Kentucky Speedway and Michigan International Speedway. The new modifications are in addition to the new package that was introduced for this season, and is likely a preview the rules package that NASCAR is working on for the 2017 season, intended to reduce downforce and increase competition on the track.
Larson and Elliott Poised To Be Next Stars In NASCAR
NASCAR fans got a glimpse of the future recently as rising stars Kyle Larson, 23, and Chase Elliott, 20, battled for victory in the waning stages of consecutive races.
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