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IndyCar: More Changes to Month of May Schedule at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

IndyCar Media Site INDIANAPOLIS- The Verizon IndyCar Series announced on Monday afternoon that the schedule for the jam packed Month of May at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was altered a little more. The series and IMS agreed to add another practice session in preparation for May 25th’s Indianapolis 500. The schedule change features another practice session on Monday, May 19th...
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IndyCar: Rookies Capitialize on Veterans Mistakes for Good Finishes at Long Beach

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- It was rare to see three rookies finish in the top 10 at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach today. The 1.968-mile street course is very difficult as there’s reason legends win here. It’s especially rare to see two of the rookies get top 10 finishes in only their second career IndyCar race. But, the results were all due to patience of the...
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IndyCar: Big Crash on Lap 56 Takes Out Several Conenders

  IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- It was a dominating day up front for Ryan Hunter-Reay, James Hinchcliffe and Josef Newgarden. The trio were running in the top five all day as Hunter-Reay led most of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach up until Lap 56. The American led 51 of the first 54 laps as him and his Andretti Autosport teammate James Hinchcliffe pitted on Lap 54 for...
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IndyCar: Mike Conway Wins Wild Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The 40th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach gave us a season full of drama in a jam packed 80 Lap race. For most of the afternoon, Ryan Hunter-Reay and his Andretti Autosport teammate James Hinchcliffe dominated. Hunter-Reay, led 51 of the first 55 laps as he and Hinch ran 1-2 most of the race. Will Power used pit strategy to put him fourth...
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Indy Lights: Gabby Chaves Dominant En Route to Long Beach Victory

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The Indy Lights Series’ race at the 1.968-mile street circuit in Long Beach was pretty much a carbon copy of the season opener in St. Pete two weeks ago. At St. Pete, Gabby Chaves started on the pole but lost the lead in Turn 1 on the opening lap to Zach Veach. They would finish that way as Veach led all the laps en route to his first career...
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NASCAR: Late Race Stop Nearly Puts Jimmie Johnson in Victory Lane

NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- Despite dominating most of the races during the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, its really been a year to forget for six-time series champ Jimmie Johnson. He has yet to win in the first seven races entering tonight’s Bojangles Southern 500 at the Darlington Raceway, and he was starting deep in the field in 26th. Through the first half of...
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NASCAR: Kevin Harvick Dominates Bojangles Southern 500 at Darlington

NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- What a dominating performance tonight by Stewart/Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick. Entering tonight’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the Darlington Raceway, Harvick led 63 total laps in 17 career starts. But, he led a race-high 239 of the 374 Laps tonight en route to his 25th career victory. He also became the first driver to win from the pole at...
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IndyCar: Struggles at Long Beach Continue on Saturday for Graham Rahal

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- For some reason, Rahal/Letterman/Lanigan Racing is struggling this weekend at Long Beach. I had higher hopes for them as they were so strong here last year. But, besides Oriol Servia’s 12th place qualifying effort for tomorrow’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, it’s been a weekend to forget for RLL mainly Graham Rahal. The second-generation...
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IndyCar: Sebastien Bourdais Comes Up Just Short for Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pole

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The Verizon IndyCar Series qualified on Saturday afternoon for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. After the three-round session completed, the favorites to take the checkered flag in tomorrow’s 80 Lap race is becoming clearer. One driver to watch tomorrow is going to be Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais. He’s been very strong since they unloaded...
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IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay Earns the Pole for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- What a bizarre qualifying session we witnessed this afternoon for tomorrow’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. None of the Team Penske or Chip Ganassi Racing cars advanced to the Firestone Fast Six as the seven cars combined between the two power teams didn’t advance to the final round. The cars that did were somewhat of a shock as four of...
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IndyCar: Townsend Bell Confirmed for 3rd KV Racing Entry for Indy 500

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The news we all saw coming was finally confirmed on Saturday afternoon in Long Beach as Townsend Bell will attempt to qualify for this May’s Indianapolis 500 in the No. 6 KV Racing Chevrolet. Bell, will drive a 3rd KV Racing & Technology entry joining Sebastien Bourdais and Sebastian Saavedra with the team at the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor...
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Indy Lights: Zach Veach Wins the Pole for Tomorrow’s Race at Long Beach

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- 12-drivers took to the 1.968-mile Long Beach street circuit late Saturday morning to set the field for tomorrow’s Long Beach 100 Indy Lights Series race. It came down to literally the final second of the 40-minute qualifying session as Zach Veach earned the pole for tomorrow’s race with a time of 1:15.0074-seconds. Veach, was fourth coming...
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NASCAR: Chase Elliott’s Quick Success Has Led to a Good Problem for Hendrick

NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- When Hendrick Motorsports signed a young Chase Elliott to be a developmental driver, they never dreamed he would have this much success so fast. Elliott, rose up the ladder quickly as he won in both the ARCA and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ as a 17-year old. That led to him nabbing a last minute ride with JR Motorsports for the 2014 NASCAR...
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NASCAR: Chase Elliott Comes From No Where on Final Restart to Win Nationwide Race at Darlington

NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- What an impressive last two Friday nights for 18-year old Chase Elliott. Most kids of his age are out looking for a night on the town and hanging with friends gearing up for their high school graduation. But, the second-generation driver has now won two NASCAR Nationwide Series races in-a-row as he won his first career race last Friday night at Texas...
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NASCAR: Wins the Pole for Saturday’s Night’s Sprint Cup Race at Darlington

NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- Tomorrow night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race from Darlington Raceway was supposed to be the first race under the lights during the 2014 season. Due to mother nature, races at Daytona and Bristol put us in primetime to finish the races that were previously started on both Sunday afternoons. But, the first race to actually start under the lights...
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IndyCar: Rookie Jack Hawksworth a Solid Sleeper to Watch for in Sunday’s Race

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The normal big hitters entered the 40th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach as the favorites. Names like Takuma Sato, Will Power and Helio Castroneves dominated the picks by many on who would win the 80 Lap race on Sunday afternoon. One name left off by all and I do mean all was rookie Jack Hawksworth. But, after two 45-minute practice sessions...
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IndyCar: Simon Pagenaud Fastest in Practice on Friday at Long Beach

IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, CA- The Verizon IndyCar Series took to the 1.968-mile Long Beach street circuit on a beautiful sun drenched Friday afternoon for two practice sessions in preparation for Sunday’s 40th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Both sessions were 45-minutes each around the 11-turn historic track as the French connection of Simon Pagenaud and Sebastien...
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Indy Lights: Gabby Chaves Quickest in Practice Session on Friday

  IndyCar Media Site Long Beach, Calif- The Indy Lights Series took to the streets of Long Beach on Friday afternoon for the first of their two scheduled sessions this weekend at the 1.968-mile street course. At the end of the 45-minute practice, last races pole sitter Gabby Chaves was quickest in his No. 5 Belardi entry with a time of 1:16.9948-seconds. Chaves, was fastest in practice...
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NASCAR: Ryan Newman Quickest Friday at Darlington

  NASCAR Media Site Darlington, SC- The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series headed to Darlington Speedway this weekend for the next stop on their 36-race season. The “Lady in Black” is known to be tough on rookies and even some veterans as most find it difficult to navigate the 1.3-mile oval. The Sprint Cup Series conducted two practice sessions on Friday afternoon in preparation for...
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IndyCar: Buddy Lazier Lands Indy 500 Ride

IndyCar Media Site INDIANAPOLIS- We now have our 29th confirmed Indianapolis 500 entry as 1996 Indianapolis 500 champion Buddy Lazier will pilot a car in next month’s race at the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval. Lazier, will drive the No. 91 University of Iowa’s Stephen A. Wynn Institute for Vision Research Chevrolet. The 46-year old will be trying to make his 18th...
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NASCAR: Can Tony Stewart Do Something He’s Never Done at Darlington on Saturday Night?

NASCAR Media Site INDIANAPOLIS- It’s no secret, Tony Stewart will go down as one of the best all-around race car drivers ever. He’s won championships in everything he’s ever driven in. He’s a USAC Midget, Sprints and Silver Crown champion, an IndyCar champion and a three-time Sprint Cup Series champion. By being a champion, he’s won at just about every track he’s ever...
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NASCAR: Despite No Victories, Jeff Gordon Best So Far in 2014

  NASCAR Media Site INDIANAPOLIS- We’re now seven races into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Through those seven races, we’ve seen no multiple race winners as there’s been seven different race winners. Big storylines are surrounding that with the guys that have won and haven’t. One thing that’s being overshadowed though is Jeff Gordon’s resurgence to the top...
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NASCAR: Joey Logano Finally a Legitimate Contender Each Week

NASCAR Media Site Fort Worth, TX- Rewind to 2008. Most around the NASCAR circuit was calling a young up and coming driver Joey Logano the next great thing to come to the sport. Mark Martin and others deemed him, “The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread.” But, early in his Sprint Cup career, he was anything but. Logano, had one-win in his first three years in the sport. He was nowhere...
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Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Bojangels’ Southern 500 at Darlington

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Darlington this week for the Bojangles’ Southern 500. Drivers will dance with “The Lady in Black” in a Saturday night special. The race last season at Darlington came down to three drivers. Kurt Busch started on the pole and dominated the beginning of the race, but when the sun went down Kyle Busch took over the race. He led 265 laps...
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NASCAR: Joey Logano Wins Bizarre Duck Commander 500

  NASCAR Media Site Fort Worth, TX- The Duck Commander 500 was run on Monday afternoon as the race was delayed from Sunday due to mother nature rearing her ugly head yesterday. When we finally got the engines fired though, the race was nothing short of bizarre in front of a huge crowd for a rain delayed race at the 1.5-mile Texas Motor Speedway oval. It all started with the jet...
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