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Inside The Sports Car Paddock, March 25

By: Marshall Pruett | 9 hours ago It’s the 10th installment of the Inside The Sports Car Paddock interview show, and we tackle with CORE autosport race engineer Jeff Braun the subjects of cross-pollination between CORE’s DPi and GT Le

NASCAR announces qualifying changes after Fontana farce

464 shares By: Kelly Crandall | 3 hours ago Starting from this weekend’s race in Texas, NASCAR drivers who do not post a lap in qualifying can expect to start from the back of the field. NASCAR sent out a

MEDLAND: The curious case of the slow Ferraris

By: Chris Medland | 5 hours ago Can I just start this week’s column by pointing out that, while we have many failings, not all Formula 1 journalists are complete idiots. I say that because you’d probably have every right

Wolff expects stronger Ferrari threat in Bahrain

By: Chris Medland | 7 hours ago Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff predicts the competitive order could change significantly at the Bahrain Grand Prix compared to the season-opening race. Valtteri Bottas took a dominant victory in Australia, leading home a

Renault determined to improve on Melbourne showing

By: Chris Medland | 8 hours ago Renault did not show its full potential in the season-opening race in Australia and is determined to show better performance in the Bahrain Grand Prix, according to managing director Cyril Abiteboul. A fourth-place

Steiner hopes key F1 meetings provide 2021 clarity

By: Chris Medland | 8 hours ago Formula 1 teams need to be given clarity over the sport’s future direction during a key meeting in London on Tuesday, says Haas team principal Guenther Steiner. A meeting of the Strategy Group

NASCAR qualifying debate rages on ahead of Texas

177 shares By: Kelly Crandall | 8 hours ago Following a Fontana fiasco where none of the fastest cars completed a single timed qualifying lap in the final Top-12 session, NASCAR said we should expect changes to its procedures for

Penalty hurts but doesn’t halt Hamlin’s top-10 streak

By: Kelly Crandall | 6 hours ago Denny Hamlin finished fifth with a car he felt could have finished third, but pit road issues reared their ugly head. Again. On Lap 265 of today’s STP 500 at Martinsville, Hamlin was

RACER: Catching up with the proudest pop in Texas

By: Robin Miller | 6 hours ago RACER’s Robin Miller catches up with the proudest father in Texas — Bryan Herta, who today watched his 18-year-old son Colton become IndyCar’s youngest winner during the NTT IndyCar Series’ first visit to

Bowyer frustrated with speeding penalty double

By: Kelly Crandall | 7 hours ago Clint Bowyer recovered from two speeding penalties for a top-10 finish at Martinsville, but was still frustrated afterward. Busted on Lap 314 and again on Lap 374, Bowyer fell to the tail of

RACER: COTA IndyCar Race Report

213 shares By: Marshall Pruett | 7 hours ago RACER’s Marshall Pruett and Sebastien Bourdais, who started 17th and finished fifth, break down the big day for Colton Herta and all the major stories from the inaugural INDYCAR Classic at

Strong challenge and season best result for Elliott

By: Kelly Crandall | 7 hours ago Chase Elliott said it was going to be “really hard” to pull up next to Brad Keselowski and pass him for the win in the STP 500 at Martinsville. “It was just going

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