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  • Does IndyCar still have the excitement?

    By the time IndyCar rolls into the Milwaukee Mile and that'll be a lot later this season than we're trained to expect many questions will have answers . . . or at least the seeds of answers. Does Juan Pablo Montoya still have it? Will new scenery help...
  • Sprint Cup rookie Kyle Larson finding success early

    Kyle Larson isn't afraid to admit he has a lot to learn. So far, though, the learning process certainly has been exciting to witness. Five weeks into the NASCAR season and Larson has earned his first Nationwide Series victory and has been involved in...
  • McLaren preparing 650S extreme track-bound versions

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Performance, Racing, McLaren McLaren isn't a company used to standing still. It has 182 grand prix victories under its belt, a dozen Formula One titles and some of the most lust-worthy supercars ever made. So we could hardly blame...
  • Perez hopes Bahrain can make up for Sepang snooze

    MANAMA (Reuters) - Force India's Sergio Perez hoped Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix would mark the real start of his Formula One season after dismissing last weekend's Malaysian race as "boring" on Thursday. The Mexican did not start at Sepang due to a...
  • Schumacher's wife readying $17M home medical suite

     
    Filed under: Motorsports, Celebrities Schumacher's unchanged condition could force him out of the ICU, in favor of more critically injured patients. Three months after his catastrophic skiing accident, Michael Schumacher remains in a coma at Grenoble...
  • Williams F1 team sells hybrid power unit to GKN

    LONDON (Reuters) - Williams Grand Prix Holdings, parent of the Formula One team, has sold a hybrid power unit that has applications in mass transport to British engineering firm GKN, the two companies announced on Tuesday. GKN said it was paying 8...
  • Will Power drawing attention again

    He might have been kidding, he might not have. Either way, Will Power got something quite unusual for the IndyCar racer last year no attention. "I love it. I hate attention," he said. He dropped off the radar last year because he, for him, "slumped" to...
  • Watershed moments in broadcasting to come this weekend

    Two over-the-air changes will be ushered in this weekend, both of some historical significance by broadcast standards: For the first time, the national semifinals of a Final Four will be televised not only on cable, but on multiple cable networks at...
  • Abu Dhabi circuit chief defends F1 double points change

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's circuit chief has defended Formula One's decision to award double points for the final grand prix of the 2014 season, which the UAE capital will stage in November. The International Automobile Federation (FIA) made the...
  • Marco Andretti injures hand in controversial crash at IndyCar opener

    Marco Andretti injures hand in controversial crash at IndyCar opener
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Will Power went to Victory Lane on Sunday in the Verizon IndyCar Series' season-opening race, but controversy followed him there. Power led the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg when the first restart came on Lap 82. He...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1984, Butch Van Breda Kolff returns as Lafayette's basketball coach

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five. March 31 1989—Aliquippa (28-2) overcomes a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit, including seven in the final 1:43 after Central Catholic star Billy McCaffrey...