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  • Will Power wins Supply Wisconsin 250

    WEST ALLIS, Wis. IndyCar championship leader Will Power dominated the ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 on Sunday to score his first victory at the Milwaukee Mile. The 33-year-old Australian led 229 laps and survived two scares, a challenge from teammate Juan...
  • Lotterer replaces Kobayashi for Belgian Grand Prix

    LONDON (Reuters) - Three times Le Mans winner Andre Lotterer will make his Formula One debut in Belgium this weekend after Caterham announced on Wednesday the German driver would be replacing experienced Japanese Kamui Kobayashi. The cash-strapped team,...
  • Perez expects to stay at Force India

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - Mexican Sergio Perez says he expects to stay at the Force India Formula One team next season with an extension likely to be agreed in a matter of weeks. "Nothing is confirmed yet but we should be, in the next...
  • Newey fears for wasted youth of boy racers

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - Red Bull technical head Adrian Newey raised concern for motorsport's budding young racers on Friday, accusing some parents of risking a bleak future for their children by neglecting their studies. With a youth debate...
  • Rossi feels closer than ever to racing in F1

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - American driver Alexander Rossi detected a silver lining in his disappointment on Friday after a Formula One race debut was snatched away at the last moment. The 22-year-old Californian had been announced on Thursday...
  • Kevin Ward Jr. was a tough driver who 'wasn't afraid to go fast'

    Kevin Ward Jr.'s young life was consumed by racing. Ward, 20, who was killed Saturday night when the sprint car of NASCAR star Tony Stewart struck him on a dirt track in upstate New York, was one of the top young drivers on the Empire Super Sprint...
  • Tom Sorensen: The only certainty from the Stewart accident is that life was lost

    I watched the video as many times as I felt I had to, which is to say I watched the video too many times. The sprint car driven by Tony Stewart and the sprint car driven by Kevin Ward Jr. became entangled Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in...
  • Excerpts: Sampling of columns of note from the past week

    MARCUS THOMPSON II, San Jose Mercury News, on JASON COLLINS BEING AN AMBASADOR FOR ACCEPTANCE Jason Collins is probably done with professional basketball. And he should be. Let him tell it: he's still undecided about attempting a return for his 14th NBA...
  • F1 has no argument with Russia, says Ecclestone

    SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS Belgium (Reuters) - Formula One has no argument with Russia and the country's debut grand prix will go ahead as planned in October despite the crisis in Ukraine, Bernie Ecclestone said on Friday. "We have a contract. Our friends there,...
  • Racing tragedy could keep drivers from charging onto track

    Clint Elkins, co-owner of Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, N.C., said he has seen it happen hundreds of times: An angry driver exits his wrecked race car and storms onto the track to confront the offending driver, even as cars circle the track under...
  • Sheriff: Tony Stewart investigation will continue at least two more weeks

    The investigation into Saturday night's crash in which NASCAR star Tony Stewart hit and killed a sprint car driver standing on the track is expected to continue at least another two weeks or more. Investigators continue to seek witnesses, gather evidence...