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Oreovicz: Dixon seeking Barber breakthrough

Scott Dixon has five top-three finishes at Barber Motorsports Park, but has never won there. A breakthrough victory in Alabama could put him in contention for a fourth IndyCar Series title.

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Massey races to top qualifying spot at Texas

Texas driver Spencer Massey raced to his first No. 1 qualifying position in Top Fuel in two years Saturday at the O'Reilly Auto Parts NHRA SpringNationals.

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McGee: Robert Hight still living the dream

Robert Hight worked his way up from the shop floor at John Force Racing to become a dominant Funny Car driver. And he's not taking it for granted, Ryan McGee writes.

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Oreovicz: Castroneves improving with age

Veteran drivers are dominating the top of the IndyCar standings, and Helio Castroneves is only improving with age as he pursues an elusive series title.

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Taylor brothers claim IMSA race at Long Beach

Brothers Ricky and Jordan Taylor won the Tequila Patron Sports Car Showcase at Long Beach on Saturday for their first victory of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season.

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Hamilton defends his champagne celebration

Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton defended himself Thursday from the criticism surrounding his behavior at the Chinese Grand Prix, when he celebrated victory by spraying Champagne into the face


Webber: F1 always goes in cycles

Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber says that teams in F1 always enjoy periods of success before others overtake them.

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IndyCar punishes Hunter-Reay over N.O. crash

The IndyCar Series docked driver Ryan Hunter-Reay three points and put him on probation for three races after a three-car crash at the Grand Prix of Louisiana.

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Ganassi to use Karam, Saavedra for rest of '15

Chip Ganassi Racing will use Sage Karam and Sebastian Saavedra in its No. 8 Chevrolet the rest of the season, and Saavedra will drive a fifth entry for the team in the Indianapolis 500.

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