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F1: Silverstone
Sebastian Vettel punts Max Verstappen under braking
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NASCAR: Kentucky
Kurt Busch beats younger brother Kyle to the line to win the Kentucky NASCAR Cup race
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F1: Silverstone
British GP winner Lewis Hamilton is hoisted by his adoring fans
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IndyCar: Toronto
Robert Wickens and his fiancee Karli Woods in an Acura pace car with special hand controls
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IndyCar: Toronto
Race winner Simon Pagenaud celebrates in Victory Circle
Chevy Racing

F1: Silverstone
Lewis Hamilton won his 6th British GP
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NASCAR: Kentucky
Kurt Busch and his crew celebrate their rare win
Chevy Racing

IndyCar: Toronto
Polesitter Simon Pagenaud grabs the lead at the start while Alexander Rossi locks a wheel
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IndyCar: Toronto
A much larger crowd was in attendance this year in Toronto compared to the past several years
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Honda Indy Toronto Sunday Press Conference
  Post-Race Q&A
Drivers
1 - Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
2 - Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
3 - Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
6 - James Hinchcliffe, Arrow Schmidt Peterson
Frijns finishes first in New York Race 2
  Vergne again Formula E champ
Robin Frijns rounded out the season in style with victory in New York for Envision Virgin Racing, as Jean-Eric Vergne pulled his way up into the points to clinch the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Vergne drove a clean and clever race, staying out of trouble and advancing up the order to seventh place and securing a second successive title. The DS TECHEETAH driver did enough to defend his crown and become the first back-to-back champion in Formula E history.
Pagenaud holds off Dixon to win IndyCar Toronto race
  Rossi beats Newgarden for 4th
Before what appeared to be a sellout crowd, polesitter Simon Pagenaud grabbed the lead in his Penske Chevy at the start of the Honda Indy Toronto, and except for pit stops, led all the way to win the 85-lap IndyCar race on the bumpy streets around Exhibition Place, his third win of the year. Last year's winner Scott Dixon drove a rather lonely race to finish a distant 2nd while Andretti Honda ace Alexander Rossi did what he had to do and held off points leader Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy) for third.
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 in British GP
  Leclerc gets Gasly for final podium position
To the delight of the British crowd, Lewis Hamilton took the lead when Valtteri Bottas got stuck behind a the pace car and slowly stretched his lead over his Mercedes teammate to win the British GP for the 6th time. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc had his hands full to hold off Pierre Gasly for the final podium position while Max Verstappen rounded out the top-5 after being spun out by a late braking Sebastian Vettel.
Kurt Busch Edges Brother Kyle To Win At Kentucky
  Ends 64-race winless drought for owner Chip Ganassi
Denied victory at Daytona by an inopportune pit call last Sunday, Kurt Busch drove like lightning in a two-lap overtime dash to the finish to win Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. Swapping sheet metal with brother Kyle Busch as the siblings battled for the victory throughout the overtime, Busch collected his first victory of the season in the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet. The 2004 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion won for the first time at Kentucky and the 31st time in his career.
Buemi wins in New York but disaster strikes Vergne
  Formula E
Nissan e.dams' Sebastien Buemi won a chaotic ABB FIA Formula E race in New York, while Jean-Eric Vergne had his standings lead cut after he was involved in multiple crashes. Nissan e.dams driver and Poleman Sebastien Buemi pulled away, taking an early lead while the rest of the pack made its way around the 1.4 mile Brooklyn street circuit.
Honda Indy Toronto Saturday Press Conference
  Top-2 qualifiers plus Canadian Hinchcliffe
Drivers:
1 - Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
2 - Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
James Hinchcliffe, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
Pagenaud takes pole for Honda Indy Toronto
  Nips Dixon and Rosenqvist
Team Penske's Simon Pagenaud has won the pole for the Honda Indy Toronto with a time of 58.429s in Q3 qualifying to beat Ganassi Honda driver Scott Dixon last year's winner. Dixon spun out just past the finish line and he sat there while the other drivers finished their runs.  IndyCar did not throw a red flag so he may not lose his fast lap of 58.595s. Dixon's teammate Felix Rosenqvist was third quick followed by Alexander Rossi, Josef Newgarden and Ed Jones.
British GP Saturday Press Conference
  Post-Qualifying
Drivers
1 - Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes
2 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
3 - Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
Mercedes F1 locks out front row for British GP
  Bottas beats Hamilton
Valtteri Bottas nipped his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by just 0.006s (car is 99%) to win the pole for the British GP at Silverstone and lockout the front row. Charles Leclerc came close in third for Ferrari while Max Verstappen (Red Bull), Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) rounded out the top-5
Suarez leads Stewart-Haas 1-2 in Qualifying
  At Kentucky
Daniel Suarez saved the best for last in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying Friday at Kentucky Speedway. The 27-year-old driver from Monterrey, Mexico, was the last to run a qualifying lap at the 1.5-mile track, and he used the opportunity to knock Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Aric Almirola off the provisional pole for Saturday’s Quaker State 400
Cole Custer wins Kentucky Xfinity race
  in dominant style
Christopher Bell was dominant in the daytime, but when the sun set Friday over Kentucky Speedway, Cole Custer turned out the lights on his NASCAR Xfinity Series competition. Under the lights at the end of a 104-lap green-flag run to the conclusion of the Alsco 300, Custer’s No. 00 Ford crossed the finish line 1.651 seconds ahead of Bell’s No. 20 Toyota.
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