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Ryan Hunter-Reay Transported to Hospital After Qualifying Wreck

Following a hard hit during his qualifying lap at Pocono Raceway, Ryan Hunter-Reay has been transported via ground to Lehigh Valley Hospital for further evaluation. Hunter-Reay, who won practice earlier Saturday, broke loose in Turn 3 on his warm-up lap, spinning and side-slapping the outside wall. Without control, his No. …

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Ryan Hunter-Reay Leads Opening IndyCar Pocono Practice

Ryan Hunter-Reay kicked off the weekend right with the top time in Saturday morning’s practice session at Pocono Raceway for the Verizon IndyCar Series. Ripping around the 2.5-mile track in 41.045 seconds (219.268 mph), Hunter-Reay bested Simon Pagenaud by 0.010 seconds to win the session. For Hunter-Reay, the 2012 champion …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Kyle Busch Pull Off Bristol Sweep Again?

Will Kyle Busch Pull Off the Bristol Sweep? One down, two to go for Kyle Busch. After capping off a come-from-behind victory in Wednesday night’s Camping World Truck Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway, Busch will try to sweep the week like he did in 2010 at the Tennessee track, …

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Happiness Is: Kyle Larson’s 2017 Success

Happiness Is… Larson.  Kyle Larson took a rather tepid race at Michigan International Speedway and hijacked it.  On the final restart, he split the middle and powered through to become the surprise winner.  While he may have been lurking around the top at points, Larson never seemed to be a …

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Alexander Rossi Says Andretti Has Improved From 2016, But Lack Of Results Has Impeded Team

Although Alexander Rossi is winless with four races left in the Verizon IndyCar Series season, he still feels he and Andretti Autosport have performed better than last year. Rossi won the 100th Indianapolis 500 in 2016, but it was otherwise a miserable rookie season for him. He left Europe after …

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