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  • Kurt Busch's attempt at Indy 500, Coca-Cola 600 double falls short

    Kurt Busch's attempt at Indy 500, Coca-Cola 600 double falls short
    Kurt Busch began his attempt at auto racing's doubleheader Sunday with a sixth-place finish at the Indianapolis 500 but was unable to become the second driver to complete it when his engine failed during the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte, N.C. Busch fell...
  • Chip Ganassi Racing has rough day at Indianapolis 500

    Chip Ganassi Racing has rough day at Indianapolis 500
    It was a tough day for one of IndyCar's top teams, Chip Ganassi Racing. Of the five Ganassi drivers in the Indianapolis 500, 19-year-old rookie Sage Karam — driving a car in alliance with the Dreyer & Reinbold Kingdom Racing team — had the...
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay wins Indianapolis 500 for the first time

    Ryan Hunter-Reay wins Indianapolis 500 for the first time
    In qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, Ryan Hunter-Reay could manage no better than 19th-fastest in the 33-car field, which left him puzzled. “It's a head-scratcher,” Hunter-Reay said at the time. “But the race is the only thing...
  • 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...
  • NASCAR's Tony Stewart says 'too early to panic' over winless season

    NASCAR's Tony Stewart says 'too early to panic' over winless season
    Tony Stewart has yet to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race this season, but the three-time champion said Friday that he's not in panic mode about it. "It's just a matter of when is it going to happen," Stewart told reporters at Delaware's Dover...
  • Will Power wins IndyCar's first race in Detroit doubleheader

    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...
  • Review: Ferrari's F12berlinetta is a discreet supercar

    Review: Ferrari's F12berlinetta is a discreet supercar
    Supercars are just so predictable. Take a big, angry engine, mount it behind the driver, give it a complicated body shape and doors that open weird, then put a dizzyingly expensive price tag on the window. Congratulations. You have a supercar....
  • Cecchi Gori Tries to Restart Enzo Ferrari Biopic (EXCLUSIVE)

    L.A.-based Cecchi Gori Pictures is trying to get its long-gestating "Ferrari" biopic on track. The company is in Cannes shopping the biopic on automotive mogul Enzo Ferrari, whose family redefined the concept of the high-powered Italian sports car and...
  • At Indy course, vintage race cars take you on a roll down memory lane

    At Indy course, vintage race cars take you on a roll down memory lane
    Sure, Ed Carpenter has the pole for the upcoming Indianapolis 500, but after all is said and done, will he have memories of a 1932 Alfa Romeo racing around the track? A 2006 Ford Fusion flashing by? A 1963 Corvette cooking with gas? And, perhaps most...