• 03 2016 December

    French Grand Prix to Return in 2018

    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor The French Grand Prix is poised to make a surprise return to the Formula One calendar in 2018, after an absence of a decade. The race, last hosted by the rural Magny-Cours circuit in 2008, will

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    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor The French Grand Prix is poised to make a surprise return to the Formula One calendar in 2018, after an absence of a decade. The race, last hosted by the rural Magny-Cours circuit in 2008, will

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  • 02 2016 December

    Takuma Sato Officially Confirmed at Andretti Autosport

    By Josh  Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Takuma Sato will complete Andretti Autosport’s four-car lineup for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. The Japanese driver will drive the No. 26 Honda in an effective driver swap with Carlos Munoz, who takes Sato’s spot

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    By Josh  Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Takuma Sato will complete Andretti Autosport’s four-car lineup for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. The Japanese driver will drive the No. 26 Honda in an effective driver swap with Carlos Munoz, who takes Sato’s spot

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  • 02 2016 December

    Betty Jane France Posthumous Recipient of Myers Brothers Award

    By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor LAS VEGAS — For a person belonging to one of the most powerful families in sports, it would have been easy to accept the status quo and turn a blind eye to those in need. However,

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    LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 06:  Lesa  France Kennedy, Brian France, chairman & CEO of NASCAR and NASCAR Executive Vice President Betty Jane France during the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion's Awards Ceremony at Wynn Las Vegas on December 6, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images)

    By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor LAS VEGAS — For a person belonging to one of the most powerful families in sports, it would have been easy to accept the status quo and turn a blind eye to those in need. However,

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  • 02 2016 December

    Nico Rosberg Retires from Formula 1

    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor In the surprise announcement heard ’round the world, newly crowned Formula One Champion Nico Rosberg retired from F1 today, effective immediately. The news came as a shock to Mercedes, to F1, and to fans around the

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    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor In the surprise announcement heard ’round the world, newly crowned Formula One Champion Nico Rosberg retired from F1 today, effective immediately. The news came as a shock to Mercedes, to F1, and to fans around the

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  • 01 2016 December

    Red Bull Confirms ExxonMobil Deal

    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor Red Bull Racing announced a lubricant and sponsorship deal with oil giant ExxonMobil today. The deal is somewhat of a coup against rivals McLaren who have enjoyed a very succesful, 21 year partnership with the world’s

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    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor Red Bull Racing announced a lubricant and sponsorship deal with oil giant ExxonMobil today. The deal is somewhat of a coup against rivals McLaren who have enjoyed a very succesful, 21 year partnership with the world’s

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  • 01 2016 December

    Monster Energy: New Entitlement Sponsor For NASCAR’s Premier Series

    By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor LAS VEGAS — The news the NASCAR world had been anticipating for weeks finally came to fruition on Thursday, as Monster Energy was announced as the new entitlement sponsor for NASCAR’s Premier Series starting with

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    KANSAS CITY, KS - OCTOBER 14:  Kurt Busch, driver of the #41 Monster Energy/Haas Automation Chevrolet, drives during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway on October 14, 2016 in Kansas City, Kansas.  (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

    By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor LAS VEGAS — The news the NASCAR world had been anticipating for weeks finally came to fruition on Thursday, as Monster Energy was announced as the new entitlement sponsor for NASCAR’s Premier Series starting with

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  • 01 2016 December

    Jeff Gordon Returns to Wayne Taylor Racing For Rolex 24

    By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Jeff Gordon will race in next month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona for Wayne Taylor Racing in their new Cadillac DPi-V.R. The four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion highlights the team’s high-caliber lineup of brothers Ricky and Jordan

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    By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Jeff Gordon will race in next month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona for Wayne Taylor Racing in their new Cadillac DPi-V.R. The four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion highlights the team’s high-caliber lineup of brothers Ricky and Jordan

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  • 01 2016 December

    Tracks We Want in IndyCar Part 8: Brazil

    By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Author’s note: This is part of a 10-part series discussing tracks around the world that I feel would be a good fit for the Verizon IndyCar Series. The opinions here are expressed solely of the

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    By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Author’s note: This is part of a 10-part series discussing tracks around the world that I feel would be a good fit for the Verizon IndyCar Series. The opinions here are expressed solely of the

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  • 30 2016 November

    Daytona Brings Back “The Clash” to Kick-Off 2017 Season

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Contributor The season-opening exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway, which has had various name changes and format changes over the years, having recently been known as the Sprint Unlimited, will have a new name and format

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    By David Morgan, NASCAR Contributor The season-opening exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway, which has had various name changes and format changes over the years, having recently been known as the Sprint Unlimited, will have a new name and format

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  • 30 2016 November

    2017 Formula 1 Calendar Confirmed

    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor As part of the World Motor Sport Council gathering this week, the FIA has confirmed the 2017 Formula 1 Calendar. It features some interesting changes from the provisional calendar, namely the loss of the German Grand

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    P2 for Nico. Enough to keep him as the championship favorite

    By Adam Tate, Associate Editor As part of the World Motor Sport Council gathering this week, the FIA has confirmed the 2017 Formula 1 Calendar. It features some interesting changes from the provisional calendar, namely the loss of the German Grand

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French Grand Prix to Return in 2018

By Adam Tate, Associate Editor The French Grand Prix is poised

December 3, 2016
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