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Scott Dixon Holds On to Win at Mid-Ohio

Strategy is always king at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, but Scott Dixon sure does make a good case for the throne. The five-time champion took home a sixth career victory at Mid-Ohio in the NTT IndyCar Series’ annual visit to the Lexington, Ohio road course on Sunday (July 28), putting …

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Pace Laps: Denny Hamlin, Ross Chastain Pick Up Pocono Wins

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Denny Hamlin Wins Strategy Filled Race Pocono Raceway is known for a variety of different strategies. That’s exactly what we saw in Sunday’s Gander RV 400, with Denny Hamlin stretching the fuel tank to earn his third victory of 2019. Hamlin didn’t have the best …

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Andretti Autosport Signs Alexander Rossi, Honda to Extension

Andretti Autosport has signed IndyCar Series driver Alexander Rossi and manufacturer Honda to multi-year extensions, NBC Sports reported Saturday. After much speculation of where Rossi might land if he did not re-sign with Andretti, the driver-team pairing has inked a three-year contract for the driver of the No. 27 NAPA …

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RC Enerson Returns to IndyCar With Carlin Racing

RC Enerson returns to IndyCar competition this weekend, slated to drive the No. 31 for Carlin Racing at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the Honda Indy 200. The 22-year-old will have backing from the Lucas Oil School of Racing in the team’s Chevrolet. Enerson made his IndyCar debut in 2016, …

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Pace Laps: NASCAR Veterans Head In 2 Directions, Christopher Bell Dominates Xfinity at Loudon

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Two Veterans Headed In Opposite Directions Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson were born less than three months apart. Their Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series careers started within one year of each other, 2001 and 2002, as the California natives rose up and won in their …

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