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Pagenaud Takes Day Two Pole For Detroit GP With Track Record Lap

Posting a track record time of 1:14.0739, Simon Pagenaud beat out Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves in the final moments of qualifying Group 1. That ultimately gave him the pole for Sunday’s Chevrolet Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans – Dual II amid controversy. In a session moved up 15 …

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4 Burning Questions: How Important Are Pocono’s Safety Improvements?

Who’s the Next First-Time IndyCar Winner? Hot off the 100th Indianapolis 500 Sunday, the Verizon IndyCar Series hopes to continue its momentum as it approaches the Chevy Dual in Detroit, a two-day racing swing that includes a pair of 70-lap races held Saturday and Sunday. Certainly, no driver boasts more momentum heading …

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Five Points to Ponder: Racing Legends New and Old

ONE: Truex Wins What a morale-boosting victory it was for Martin Truex, Jr. Sunday night. The driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevy eviscerated the field, leading a whopping 392 of 400 laps – the most one driver has ever led in a NASCAR race at Charlotte. Truex has led laps …

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Thinkin’ Out Loud – Alexander Rossi Stretches His Fuel to Rookie Indianapolis 500 Victory

Who’s in the headline – Alexander Rossi was a Formula One driver a year ago who had never turned laps on an oval before February of this year. He ran a fuel strategy that took his car nearly four laps farther than anyone had done all day. He ran near …

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Meet Alexander Rossi, the Face of IndyCar (If He Wants to Be)

Winning the Indianapolis 500 in any year will change a driver’s life. But for a young American rookie to win the 100th edition of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing? That might just change INDYCAR’s future, too. It seems crazy to write, but after a win in one of the biggest …

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