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Fernando Alonso believes McLaren can target podium in 2016

Fernando Alonso says a podium goal might not be too far away for McLaren-Honda in 2016.The Spaniard opened his points account at Sochi with a strong sixth place, although he admitted the result flattered the true pace of the Anglo-British team's package."We are happy with how things are going and we want to win, but Mercedes is in another league," Alonso told Spanish radio Cadena...
Via Fox Sports
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Lewis Hamilton 'driving as strongly as ever,' cautions Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg admits he couldn't have expected to win the first four races of the 2016 season - and says he knows that Lewis Hamilton will bounce back.In Russia, Rosberg extended his lead over his teammate to 43 points.“Of course it is not something I could have expected to start season with, four races, of course not,” he said. “But that is the way it is. I am very happy about...
Via Fox Sports
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rosberg wins Russian Grand Prix as Hamilton takes second

SOCHI, Russia (AP) Nico Rosberg cruised to victory in the Russian Grand Prix on Sunday as his title rival and teammate Lewis Hamilton battled through the pack for second. Rosberg has won all four of this season's races and has a hefty 43-point lead over Hamilton in the title race. Pole position and the unbeatable pace of the Mercedes meant Rosberg faced little opposition as he...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Joie Chitwood promoted to COO of ISC; Chip Wile named president of Daytona

Track presidents helped oversee major NASCAR initiatives over the past year.
Via CSN Chicago
9 days ago

VICS: James Hinchcliffe and Takuma Sato Crash During IndyCar Practice

During first practice for the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix  at Phoenix International Raceway, James Hinchcliffe and Takuma Sato both suffered crashes during the session. Hinchcliffe, driver of the No.5 Arrow Global Honda, was involved in a crash off of turn two. Hinchcliffe climbed from the car and walked to the ambulance to head to the infield care center where...
Via On Pit Road
April 01, 2016  |  Discuss

LISTEN: Formula 1 CEO says female driver 'wouldn't be taken seriously'

Women have competed — and won — on some of auto racing’s biggest stages. But don’t tell Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone that. As NBC Sports points out, Lella Lombardi, Maria Teresa de Filippis, Giovanna Amati, Susie Wolff, Desire Wilson and Divina Galica all have participated in either F1 races or Grand Prix weekends, and Carmen Jorda currently is competing at the...
Via NESN.com
January 16, 2016  |  Discuss
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