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  • Jimmie Johnson wins Coca-Cola 600 for first victory of season

    Jimmie Johnson wins Coca-Cola 600 for first victory of season
    Jimmie Johnson started Sunday as one of the drivers facing scrutiny for a winless NASCAR Sprint Cup season after 11 races. He will wake up Monday morning with no such worries. Johnson overtook Matt Kenseth with eight laps to go in the Coca-Cola 600,...
  • A red flag and close finish at the Indianapolis 500: A postscript

    A red flag and close finish at the Indianapolis 500: A postscript
    There's good cause to credit a red flag for Ryan Hunter-Reay's riveting win over Helio Castroneves in the Indianapolis 500, the second-closest finish in history. With 10 laps left in Sunday's race, and Hunter-Reay leading over Castroneves, Townsend Bell...
  • Will Power wins IndyCar's first race in Detroit doubleheader

    Will Power gave Roger Penske and Chevrolet what they desperately wanted by winning the first of two races at the Detroit Grand Prix. “On his home track and in Chevy's backyard, it's a perfect day,” Power said Saturday. “If we can do it...
  • Power holds on to win first Detroit race

    DETROIT -- Will Power had just enough power Saturday to hold off a charging Graham Rahal in the Verizon IndyCar Series Duel in Detroit street race, the first of two such races this weekend at Belle Isle Park. Power won for the 23rd time in his career and...
  • French billionaire Vincent Bolloré launches electric car sharing service in Indianapolis

    French billionaire Vincent Bolloré launches electric car sharing service in Indianapolis
    BlueIndy, an electric car sharing service set to become the biggest of its kind in the country, yesterday launched in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founded by French billionaire Vincent Bolloré's Bolloré Group, which already runs similar successful programs in...
  • Monaco, Indy and Charlotte on tap for motor racing's biggest day

    Call it motor racing's version of the Triple Crown -- on the same day. Three of the sport's most celebrated races take place Sunday: Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix, followed by the Indianapolis 500 and then NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 that night at...
  • Marco Andretti, in sixth position, is primed for fastest Indy field

    Marco Andretti was rolling along on the highway from New York City to Nazareth, Pa., the other day, so it was a good time to talk Indy 500. He is great in such phone conversations because, like his time behind the racing wheel, he is never on cruise...
  • Nazareth's Sage Karam has 'senior prom' at Indy

    Nazareth's Sage Karam has 'senior prom' at Indy
    Nazareth's Sage Karam missed his senior prom to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.  On Wednesday, his racing crew and girlfriend Anna de Ferran, daughter of 2003 Indianapolis 500 winner Gil de Ferran, made it up to him. The 19-year-old Karam, the...
  • Indy 500's high-end promises: big-name favorites, unprecedented speed

    Indy 500's high-end promises: big-name favorites, unprecedented speed
    Intriguing stories surround several of the 33 drivers in this year's Indianapolis 500, and there's a strong chance they'll share one thing in common: An exceptionally fast and furious race. Last year's race, won by Tony Kanaan, was the fastest in...
  • Tony Kanaan tops speed chart in final practice for Indy 500

    Tony Kanaan tops speed chart in final practice for Indy 500
    Defending winner Tony Kanaan posted the fastest speed Friday in final practice for the Indianapolis 500. Kanaan turned a lap of 227.838 mph during the one-hour session on "Carb Day" at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a throwback term to the days when crews...
  • Why immigration reform has GOP leaders eating one of their own

    Why immigration reform has GOP leaders eating one of their own
    Not only have House Republican leaders ditched a comprehensive immigration overhaul from the Senate, now they are even blocking a more modest effort from one of their own. House GOP leaders have refused to allow a vote on legislation from Republican...