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Fernando Alonso Crashes in Indy 500 Practice

Fernando Alonso‘s quest to make his second appearance in the Indianapolis 500 has become somewhat more of a challenge after crashing his No. 66 McLaren Chevrolet during Wednesday’s (May 15) practice. He was checked and released from the infield car center following the accident. The car spun out going into …

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Defending Winner Will Power Leads 1st Indianapolis 500 Practice

The defending Indianapolis 500 winner put his No. 12 on top of the podium to kick off the week at Indianapolis. Will Power turned a 229.745 mph lap around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the fastest by a driver during Tuesday’s first practice. Power’s teammate and IndyCar Grand Prix winner Simon Pagenaud …

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Juncos Racing Without Sponsors Heading into 103rd Indianapolis 500

As first reported by RACER, Juncos Racing has lost its sponsorship for the 103rd Indianapolis 500. The road to the Indianapolis 500 is already a tough one, but without sponsorship, it’s almost impossible. The organization, should it continue its drive toward the 500, will have to compete for one of …

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Pace Laps: 2019 NASCAR Handling Package Kicks Critics to the Curb at Kansas

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: For New 2019 NASCAR Handling Package, There’s No Place Like Kansas Insiders told me the sport’s low-horsepower, high-downforce package used in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this year had its best chance to succeed at Kansas Speedway. The ingredients were all there to put …

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Josef Newgarden Not Concerned About Qualifying 13th for INDYCAR Grand Prix

Josef Newgarden will start Saturday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix from the 13th position, an uncharacteristic start toward the rear for Newgarden. The qualifying start for Newgarden is his second outside the top 10 this season. He started 16th at Barber in April and brought home a fourth-place finish. It’s just his …

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Felix Rosenqvist Earns 1st Career Pole; Chip Ganassi Racing Sweeps Front Row

Felix Rosenqvist has been impressive so far this season and on Friday afternoon (May 11), he put his No. 10 on the pole position with a lap at 128.597 mph. In just his fifth start, Rosenqvist tallied his first carer pole and will run alongside teammate Scott Dixon. Rosenqvist’s lap …

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Friday Faceoff: Is Dover Still a Monster, or Has Miles Gone Mild?

Dover International Speedway is known as the Monster Mile, but races there of late have been relatively tame. What do you attribute that to, and is the nickname still appropriate? Mike Neff: If you look at the drivers getting out of the cars after 400 laps at Dover, it absolutely deserves …

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