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Sebastian Vettel put an end to the years-long dominance of Mercedes AMG on Sunday when he drove his Ferrari to victory in the Formula One season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
The victory marked the first time that anything other than a Mercedes had won the season-opening event since 2013.
Lewis Hamilton, who started on the pole […]

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Woody: Old Tow-Truck Defense Seldom Succeeds
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Larry Woody | Senior Writer
I could have told Richard Childress and Clint Bowyer that their claim that a tow truck bumped into the rear of their race car and rendered it illegal probably wouldn’t work.
It’s the oldest trick in the book.
When I was kid my teacher wanted to know what happened to my homework. I […]

Thu, 10/7/10 – 6:45 | Comments Off on Woody: Old Tow-Truck Defense Seldom Succeeds
Power Wins 3rd Quarter DOTY

By Lewis Franck
Driver of the Year Panel
Open-wheel star Will Power’s breakout season now includes his selection as third quarter Driver of the Year by a narrow margin over NASCAR’s Kyle Busch.
Power, locked in a season-long battle for the IZOD IndyCar Series championship with Dario Franchitti, edged Busch by two points (109-107) in voting conducted by […]

Wed, 10/6/10 – 9:06 | Comments Off on Power Wins 3rd Quarter DOTY
Minter: There’s Something Familiar About Chase
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
Despite all the hype about the most competitive Chase ever, the storyline for this year’s title run appears headed for an old familiar line as Jimmie Johnson and his No. 48 team are beginning to look like the same outfit that won the past four in a row.
Johnson already has […]

Wed, 10/6/10 – 7:05 | One Comment
Appellate Officer Rules On Bowyer

The final appeal of the penalties issued to Richard Childress Racing and its No. 33 Sprint Cup team was heard and ruled upon Tuesday and there was a slight adjustment made.
While the decision to dock driver Clint Bowyer 150 championship points was let stand by appellate officer John Middlebrook, the fine issued to crew chief […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 16:28 | Comments Off on Appellate Officer Rules On Bowyer
Kansas Speedway May Soon Be In For A Repave
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Kansas City, Kan. – It looks like very soon it will be good-bye “tar of death” at Kansas Speedway and hello progressive banking.
Darren Cook, vice president of operations at the speedway, told RacinToday Tuesday that the surface of the 1.5-mile Kansas track has aged to the point where it is […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 16:06 | Comments Off on Kansas Speedway May Soon Be In For A Repave
Woody: Nashville Bids Farewell To A Racing Era
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There were two big racing stories in Music City on Sunday morning; one of triumph and one of loss.
Dario Franchitti, who resides in the Nashville suburbs of Leiper’s Fork, won his third Indy Racing League championship. And 106 years of stock car racing ended at the State Fairgrounds.
The city of Nashville, which owns the Fairgrounds […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 7:46 | Comments Off on Woody: Nashville Bids Farewell To A Racing Era
Bad Days Dog Logano’s Search For Good Finishes
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By Nick Bromberg | Staff Writer
Kansas City, Kan. – Joey Logano was at a table at an autograph session at Home Depot, signing his name on pictures of himself. Every time the stack appeared to be gone, another stack of glossy paper appeared, begging for Logano’s signature.
That signature from Logano’s left hand and the black […]

Tue, 10/5/10 – 7:06 | Comments Off on Bad Days Dog Logano’s Search For Good Finishes
IndyCar Series Honors Champs
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Three-time IZOD IndyCar Series champion Dario Franchitti is celebrating his latest title with a $1 million bonus check, and a new trophy that truly fits the description of unique.
“You mean the naked guy riding the unicycle?” Franchitti quipped during an interview on “Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain” Sunday night on […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 20:00 | Comments Off on IndyCar Series Honors Champs
Kanaan Becomes Free Agent
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Former IZOD IndyCar Series champion Tony Kanaan has been informed by Andretti Autosport that he is a free agent heading into the 2011 season.
Kanaan’s No. 11 car is losing primary sponsorship from 7-Eleven, Inc. The Dallas-based convenience store chain notified Andretti Autosport over the weekend that it would not continue […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 19:44 | One Comment
Ingram: Biffle’s The Best, Busch The Worst
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
From the Monday Morning Crew Chief:
Let’s get right to The Chase.
1. Biffle’s the best.
With a victory at the Kansas Speedway to match his earlier win at Pocono, Greg Biffle has established himself as the best of the Ford drivers — and the only one to win points races this year. All […]

Mon, 10/4/10 – 14:19 | One Comment