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Indy Lights: Askew clinches 2019 title while VeeKay wins Laguna Seca race 1
All Askew needed to do to clinch the series championship was to simply start the penultimate round of the 2019 season.
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Rossi relies on teammates’ feedback to score third on the grid at Monterey
Alexander Rossi rebounded from a slow Friday to a fast Saturday to start third on the grid at WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca.
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Angry Felix Rosenqvist accuses IndyCar of playing favorites
Penalty for spin precluded Chip Ganassi Racing rookie from advancing to the second round of qualifying for the season finale at Laguna Seca.
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Pagenaud starting sixth for Grand Prix of Monterey
Simon Pagenaud recaps his wild qualifying session after finishing in the top-six despite losing track temperature and handling in his race car.
Rossi will start third for Grand Prix of Monterey
Alexander Rossi is second in the IndyCar championship standings and will start third for the IndyCar finale at Laguna Seca, but he doesn't appear to be satisfied with the effort.
Newgarden qualifies fourth for GP of Monterey
Josef Newgarden says his team is where it needs to be to start the race and now it's a matter of staying there to ensure he wins the IndyCar Series championship for his second career time.
Herta on pole for IndyCar finale at Laguna Seca
Colton Herta is in pole position for Sunday's IndyCar Series finale at Laguna Seca, as all four championship contenders advanced to the final round of qualifying.
Five things to watch for during Firestone Grand Prix at Monterey
As IndyCar heads to Laguna Seca for the first time since 2004, drivers' records on road and street courses this year will be put under a microscope.
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Colton Herta wins pole; four title contenders in the final round
Scott Dixon was second, Alexander Rossi third, Josef Newgarden fourth and Simon Pagenaud sixth in final IndyCar qualifying session of the season.
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After race success, is Roger Penske ready for an Emmy?
Team owner Roger Penske showed his acting ability in a recent commercials for NBC involving Simon Pagenaud and NASCAR's Ryan Blaney.
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Colton Herta to Andretti Steinbrenner in 2020
Colton Herta was officially named as the fifth driver at Andretti Autosport for 2020 on Saturday. NBC Sports.com reported that move a month ago.
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Takuma Sato back with Rahal Letterman Lanigan in 2020
Takuma Sato is a five-time NTT IndyCar Series race winner, including the 101st Indianapolis 500. He will return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2020.
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Felix Rosenqvist leads P3 at Laguna Seca; Newgarden second fastest
All four championship contenders finished the session within the top 10.
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WATCH LIVE: IndyCar practice and qualifying at Laguna Seca
Here's how to watch all of today's on-track action at Laguna Seca.
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F1: Charles Leclerc wins third consecutive pole in Singapore GP qualifying
Leclerc took the top spot from Lewis Hamilton by 0.191 seconds.
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Rapid Fire: Will Power hosts Vegemite taste test
Jon Beekhuis sits down with IndyCar driver Will Power on Rapid Fire to talk about Powers' childhood and his passion for Vegemite spread.
Alexander Rossi shakes off setback from broken bolt in practice
The Andretti Autosport driver was limited to four laps in the opening session but seemed in good spirits after playing catch up.
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Neck pain sidelines Sebastien Bourdais from IndyCar practice
Four-time Champ Car Series champion Sebastien Bourdais experienced neck pain and did not participate in Friday's final NTT IndyCar Series practice.
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Colton Herta’s Corkscrew connection to ‘the craziest’ pass in auto racing
His father, Bryan, was on the losing end of Alex Zanardi's spectacular win in 1996, but the track remains special to the Herta family.
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Hunter-Reay fastest in Laguna Seca P2; title contenders run off-course
Hunter-Reay posted a best time of 1 minute, 9.9105 seconds around the 11-turn, 2.238-mile road course.
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CEO Mark Miles: State of INDYCAR is quite positive
The INDYCAR CEO and president discussed another season of positive growth for the NTT IndyCar Series.
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Newgarden lives for connection with race car
Josef Newgarden looks back on his IndyCar Series championship from 2017 and details how difficult it will be to capture his second title this weekend at Laguna Seca.
Alexander Rossi slowest in opening practice for finale at Laguna Seca
The Andretti Autosport driver completed only four laps in the first practice session Friday as the No. 27 Honda experienced an unspecified hardware issue.
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WATCH LIVE: IndyCar practice at Laguna Seca
Friday afternoon kicks off an exciting three-day weekend of racing action that will settle the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series championship at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Current series points leader Josef...
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INDYCAR: How to watch Friday’s action from Laguna Seca
Here's how to watch today's action from WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
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Graham Rahal’s weighty issue
NTT IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal is beginning the 'Sculpting' process to burn away fat cells and keep his weight in check.
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Can Rossi catch Newgarden to win championship?
Alexander Rossi is "super excited" to return to the site where he was first introduced to racing by his father, talks about testing so far at Laguna Seca, and explains how he thinks things will shake out on...
Pagenaud needs win, help to win IndyCar title
Simon Pagenaud needs to win and his Team Penske teammate Josef Newgarden needs to finish fifth or worse for Pagenaud to win the IndyCar title. Marty Snider catches up with the French driver to assess his...
Title favorite Newgarden can control IndyCar fate
Josef Newgarden talks about the pressure ahead of the IndyCar finale, why he doesn't feel like he has a cushion thanks to double points, and how this season is different than his title run in 2017.
Top storylines for GP of Monterey at Laguna Seca
Leigh Diffey and Paul Tracy take a look at clinching scenarios and preview the Grand Prix of Monterey from Laguna Seca, site of Sunday's IndyCar Series championship race.
INDYCAR contenders ready to settle championship fight
The four contenders for the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series championship spoke of their chances during a kickoff event in Monterey Wednesday night.
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Provisional Indy Lights champion Oliver Askew ready for IndyCar ride
All Askew needs to do to clinch the 2019 Indy Lights Championship and secure an IndyCar scholarship for next season is to start the final two races of the year at Laguna Seca this weekend.
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Three-time NHRA champ Larry Dixon gives back to save lives on the streets
Three-time NHRA champ Larry Dixon is relishing a new role as a driving instructor, trying to keep teen drivers safe and become better behind the wheel.
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IndyCar championship possibilities
There are more than 255,000 finishing orders for the GP of Monterey and nearly 75 percent of those eliminate the three drivers chasing Josef Newgarden.
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Newgarden, Rossi ready for red-white-and-blue INDYCAR finale
For the first time since 2001, two drivers from the United States enter the final race of the season fighting for the NTT IndyCar Series championship.
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IndyCar races into grand finale at Laguna Seca
IndyCar closes out the 2019 season with a bang in the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey from Laguna Seca on Sunday, September 22 on NBC.
NHRA playoffs kick off with Beckman, Crampton, Line, Savoie wins
The six-race NHRA Countdown to the Championship playoffs are now one race down, five to go.
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IMSA: Cameron leads Team Penske to 1-2 finish at Laguna Seca
The win was the 90th for Team Penske in sports car competition, and it came in their 200th start.
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Highlights: Cameron wins IMSA race at Laguna Seca
Check out all the highlights from Dane Cameron's win at the 2019 Monterey SportsCar Championship at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
IMSA: How to watch the Monterey SportsCar Championship
Live, flag-to-flag coverage of today's race begins at 3 p,.m. ET on NBC.
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IMSA: Ricky Taylor leads Acura 1-2 in Laguna Seca qualifying
Taylor's 1 minute, 15.035 second lap was enough to score his first pole of the season as well as set a new IMSA track qualifying record at Laguna Seca.
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Andersen Promotions releases 2020 Road to Indy schedule
Andersen Promotions revealed the schedules for the all three levels of the Road to Indy system: Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000.
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Josef Newgarden admits he learned championship lesson with Mid-Ohio spinoff
Josef Newgarden's fourth-place finish at Mid-Ohio turned into 14th, and he learned a valuable lesson that has helped him in the championship race.
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Uncertainty awaits INDYCAR championship contenders at Laguna Seca
Alexander Rossi explains why racing at WeatherTech Raceway at Laguna Seca will be the great unknown for many drivers in the INDYCAR field.
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NHRA: Steve Torrence in a slump? He’s still No. 1 in Top Fuel heading into playoffs
Steve Torrence has gone four races without a win, which for him is almost an eternity. But with the NHRA Countdown to the Championship playoffs starting this week, he's ready for another championship run.
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NHRA: Pro Stock to return to 5 former venues in 2020, but not 5 others
Pro Stock returns in 2020 to Houston, Atlanta, Topeka (Kansas), Bristol (Tenn.) and New Hampshire, but won't be back to Richmond, Chicago, Denver, Brainerd (Minn.) and St. Louis.
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Indy 500 winner surprised to share his Baby Borg with his dog, Norman
Simon Pagenaud received his "Baby Borg" Trophy for winning the 103rd Indianapolis 500, and it even includes his dog's likeness.
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F1: Charles Leclerc goes back-to-back with Italian GP victory
Leclerc's second career victory comes just seven days after his first.
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F1: Charles Leclerc wins pole in bizarre Italian GP qualifying
Leclerc claimed the pole position for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza Saturday afternoon, following a bizarre Q3 which saw only two drivers cross the finish line in time to set a final flying lap.
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In the Wall: Ferrucci's journey to IndyCar
Parker Kligerman races through hot topics from around motorsports and chats with rising IndyCar star Santino Ferrucci about his journey from Connecticut to the European racing circuit and back.