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  • Joey Logano Defied Odds With Career Renaissance At Penske

    Joey Logano Defied Odds With Career Renaissance At Penske
    For every Kyle Busch, there's a Casey Atwood. For every Kyle Larson, there's a Todd Kluever. For every young talent who shows enough in his first moments in the limelight to tell you he's a certain star, there's a young talent who fades quickly into...
  • Dixon takes Sonoma as Power extends points lead

    The Sports Xchange Dixon takes Sonoma as Power extends points lead SONOMA, Calif. -- Scott Dixon had the right fuel strategy, again. IndyCar's master of saving fuel delivered his first win of the season Sunday at Sonoma Raceway as the series prepares...
  • Swimmer Katie Ledecky wins twice at the Pan Pacific Championships

    Et cetera Ledecky wins twice; Taylor Murray to Ky. Katie Ledecky of Bethesda earned two victories in less than an hour on the opening day of the Pan Pacific Championships on Thursday in Gold Coast, Australia. Ledecky, 17, the World Swimmer of the Year...
  • IndyCar race in Sonoma set to run Sunday despite 6.0 earthquake

    IndyCar race in Sonoma set to run Sunday despite 6.0 earthquake
    A planned IndyCar series race at Sonoma Raceway was still scheduled to be held Sunday afternoon despite a 6.0 earthquake that jolted the Bay Area, the track said. "The raceway and its facilities experienced no damage," the raceway said in a statement....
  • IndyCar race a go despite earthquake

    The Sports Xchange IndyCar race a go despite earthquake Sunday's IndyCar race in Sonoma, Calif., will go on as scheduled despite a 6.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the area at 3:20 a.m., IndyCar announced. The quake lasted about 25 seconds, and...
  • More than 520 people have died U.S. auto racing in past 25 years

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Two of every three deaths in U.S. auto racing over the past three years occurred at short tracks, which have been slow to embrace changes that are saving lives in racing's major leagues. The most recent tragedy happened Aug. 9 in New York...
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 8/24 log (updated Sunday AM)

    6:30 a.m.    Golf: Czech Masters final round (in Prague).--Golf 7:30 a.m.    Motorsports: Formula One Belgian Grand Prix (in Spa).--NBCSN 8 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Queens Park Rangers at Tottenham.--CNBC 8 a.m.    Fishing: Bassmasters (d....
  • Motor racing-Mercedes say Brembo not to blame for brake failure

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - The Mercedes Formula One team have cleared Italian brake manufacturer Brembo of blame for a disc failure that caused Lewis Hamilton to crash in qualifying for last month's German Grand Prix. The team said in a...
  • Alonso expects to see Sainz in F1 sooner or later

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says fellow-Spaniard Carlos Sainz junior will be in Formula One 'sooner or later' despite the setback of Toro Rosso opting for Dutch teenager Max Verstappen next season. Sainz, who is a...
  • Jeff Gordon fends off Joey Logano to win NASCAR race at Michigan

    Jeff Gordon outdueled Joey Logano to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. It was the third victory of the season for Gordon, who's seeking his fifth Cup championship. Gordon started from the pole position...
  • NASCAR's Kevin Harvick assails some media reports on Tony Stewart

    NASCAR's Kevin Harvick assails some media reports on Tony Stewart
    Veteran NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick on Sunday criticized what he called "a lot of just crazy press" about the fatal incident involving his team co-owner Tony Stewart. Harvick, who finished second behind Jeff Gordon in Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race...