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  • Pictures in the News | July 4, 2014

     
    As always, Pictures in the News gives a glimpse of the day's events around the world....
  • 2014 Pebble Beach: '54 Ferrari 375 MM wins Concours best of show award

    2014 Pebble Beach: '54 Ferrari 375 MM wins Concours best of show award
    A 1954 Ferrari 375 MM originally built for Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini was named best of show at the 64th Annual Concours d'Elegance in Pebble Beach, concluding the Monterey-area gathering of the world's most exotic and expensive automobiles....
  • Power lives up to name at Milwaukee Mile; Andretti 13th

    Power lives up to name at Milwaukee Mile; Andretti 13th
    WEST ALLIS, Wis. -- Will Power apparently is now an oval specialist in IndyCar. Less than a year after winning his first full-length race on such a track, Team Penske's driver won another. Power led 228 of the 250 laps at the historic Milwaukee Mile,...
  • 2014 Pebble Beach: Auction totals hit $400 million, break record

    The annual auto auctions in Pebble Beach and Carmel roared into the record books with a total of $400 million in sales during Monterey car week. From Ferraris to Fords, the four-day total was a 28% increase over last year, according to Hagerty...
  • Monterey Car Week auction sales climb 28% to a record $400 million

    Monterey Car Week auction sales climb 28% to a record $400 million
    Classic cars brought in a record $400 million in auctions during Monterey Car Week, a big jump over last year and multiple times the total of many previous years. The four-day total marked a 28% increase over the $312 million in sales during the 2013...
  • Tony Stewart Receives Support From Former Boss Joe Gibbs

    Joe Gibbs believes that Tony Stewart will eventually overtime the trauma associated with the accident that killed sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. earlier this month. Stewart, who formerly drove for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series before...
  • IndyCar heads to Sonoma and Fontana to decide series championship

    IndyCar heads to Sonoma and Fontana to decide series championship
    The IndyCar series heads west for its final two races to determine the series championship, with the title battle likely to be decided by Team Penske drivers Will Power and Helio Castroneves. After winning Sunday's race in Milwaukee, Power has a 39-...
  • Paul Reinhard: Kevin Ward Jr. wouldn't have been hit by Tony Stewart if he hadn't left his car

    The final outcome of what happened on Saturday night at Canandaiqua Speedway was not a "that's racin'" deal that you hear about so often in the sport. When the right rear tire of a winged sprint car driven by Tony Stewart slid up the track and clipped...
  • Tony Stewart's Actions No Accident Says Kevin Ward's Father

    Tony Stewart's Actions No Accident Says Kevin Ward's Father
    Tony Stewart faces no imminent charges in the racetrack death of Kevin Ward Jr., but the father of the driver killed at Canandaigua Motorsports Park questions Stewart's innocence. "Apparently, Tony Stewart was the only one driving out there who didn't...
  • Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week

    Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week
    The pale gray machine, its chassis stamped 3851GT, rolled off an assembly line in Maranello, Italy, on Sept. 11, 1962. Its first four owners abused it, thrashing through the skinny, pock-marked road courses of Europe. One of its first race drivers was...
  • IndyCar: Four contenders, three races, one champion

    Three races, one champion. That's what IndyCar is promoting in its run to a season title that will be awarded at month's end. Series leader Will Power is quick to point out that there's another number involved, and that's two. That's two Team Penske...