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NASCAR: Michigan
The first big wreck of Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 took place just 25 laps into the scheduled 200-lap event when Danica Patrick lost control. Justin Allgaier could not avoid Patrick and slammed into her car. Others collected in the wreck were Michael Annett, Trevor Bayne, Martin Truex Jr., Matt Kenseth and Aric Almirola.
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NASCAR: Michigan
Race winner Jeff Gordon gets doused
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IndyCar: Milwaukee
Juan Montoya smashes a cake in Will Power's face while Tony Kanaan ties up his arms
IndyCar

IndyCar: Milwaukee
After smashing a cake in race winner Will Power's face, Montoya and Kanaan pour champagne down his firesuit
IndyCar

MotoGP: Brno
Andrea Iannone pops a wheelie
MotoGP

IndyCar: Milwaukee
The podium, from left Montoya (2nd), Power (1st) and Kanaan (3rd)
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NASCAR: Michigan
Jeff Gordon puts the winning move on Joey Logano on the final restart
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IndyCar: Milwaukee
Adorable offsprint - Scott Dixon's daughter Poppy and the late Dan Wheldon's son Sebastian, both born in 2009, hang out together in Milwaukee
Tim Wohlford/AR1.com

IndyCar: Milwaukee
James Hinchcliffe's Pit Babes
Tim Wohlford/AR1.com
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Rosberg outqualifies Hamilton in the rain
  Belgian GP
Nico Rosberg continues to prove he is the best Mercedes driver.  In wet conditions at Spa Rosberg took his 7th pole position of the year and 4th in a row over his teammate Lewis Hamilton.  So superior are the Mercedes that the rest of the cars were over 2 seconds per lap slower.  Sebastian Vettel was third for Red Bull, his lemon Renault engine at least making it through qualifying.  His teammate Daniel Ricciardo could only manage 5th best in the wet.
Harvick sets new record in Bristol qualifying
  Jeff Gordon to start 2nd
Kevin Harvick won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway denying Jeff Gordon his third straight pole in the Sprint Cup Series. Harvick scored his fifth pole of the season and the 11th of his career with a fast lap of 131.362 mph in the final round of qualifying. That set a new track record at Bristol. Gordon topped the first round of qualifying and will join Harvick on the front row.
Belgian GP Friday Press Conference
  From Spa
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IndyCar: Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma Preview
  by Brian Carroccio
The Verizon IndyCar Series will make its annual pilgrimage to the Sonoma wine country this coming weekend for the 10th consecutive season with the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma. It will be the 11th time an American Open Wheel Racing championship event has been held at Sonoma Raceway. Aside from the current stretch of races, which began in 2005, there was the USAC-sanctioned 1970 Golden Gate 150 won by Dan Gurney in an Eagle Ford. Last year...
Formula 1: Belgian GP Preview
  by Brian Carroccio
All you have to do is merely mention the Kemmel Straight; Blanchimont, Stavelot, or Eau Rouge. Instantly, the spine of most any motorsport aficionado will tingle with delight. Yes, after a month-long summer break, the F1 circus will descend upon the glorious Spa-Francorchamps this weekend with the 2014 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix.  This weekend’s race will be the 70th edition of the Belgian Grand Prix, and 57th at the majestic Spa circuit.
Belgian GP Thursday Press Conference
  at Spa
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IndyCar Milwaukee postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
After what had been a rather whacky stretch of seven races, from the Houston doubleheader weekend in late June to Mid-Ohio two, a little order was restored to the Verizon IndyCar Series this past Sunday in Milwaukee. There were no roll-the-dice fuel strategies, no varying weather conditions, no late race cautions allowing teams to put fresh tires on the car, and no surprise winners from deep in the field.
Carl Edwards Joins Joe Gibbs Racing for 2015
  by Pete McCole
NASCAR's worst-kept secret has finally been revealed and one of the sport's most coveted free-agents is now off the market. Joe Gibbs Racing announced today they have signed Carl Edwards to a multi-year deal to drive for a new fourth car to their Sprint Cup team for the 2015 season.  Edwards will drive the no. 19 Toyota Camry with sponsorship from telecommunications company ARRIS Group, Inc. for 17 races.
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Breaking down the IndyCar Series Championship
  by Brian Carroccio
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Morgan Lucas Wins at Brainerd
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Morgan Lucas raced to his third Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals Top Fuel victory in spectacular fashion Sunday to close out the rain-drenched NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event at Brainerd International Raceway. The Funny Car final round between John Force and Ron Capps, along with the Pro Stock semifinals and final was postponed by NHRA officials due to darkness and inclement weather following a day filled with multiple rain delays.
IndyCar Milwaukee Sunday Press Conference
  1-2-3 Chevy sweep
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