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Sebastian Vettel and the legion of Ferrari fans celebrate his win in the Bahrain GP
Fernando Alonso (L) shocked the motorsports world by announcing he will skip the Monaco GP to race in the Indy 500. Here he tells Lewis Hamilton
A happy race winner Sebastian Vettel
Toyota Gazoo Racing took a thrilling victory in the opening round of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship at Silverstone this afternoon, passing the leading Porsche with just 12 minutes to go then proceeded to bury the German car.
2nd place finishers Lewis Hamilton explains to winner Sebastian Vettel how he lost 2nd to Vettel at the start
Polesitter Valtteri Bottas grabs the lead in Turn 1 at the start wit Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in hot pursuit
Sebastian Vettel blows past his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen and goes on to win his 2nd race in three outings so far in 2017
V8 3.5: Silverstone
Pietro Fittipaldi won both World Series Formula V8 3.5 races to open the season at Silverstone
SuperTrucks: Long Beach
Robby Gordon's Stadium Super Trucks are a big hit wherever they go
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Millican, C. Force, Coughlin, Jr. Top Qualifiers at Houston
Courtney Force secured the Funny Car No. 1 qualifier Saturday at the 30th annual NHRA SpringNationals at Royal Purple Raceway. Clay Millican (Top Fuel) and Jeg Coughlin Jr. (Pro Stock) were also No. 1 qualifiers in their respective categories at the fifth event of 24 on the 2017 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule.
Erik Jones Rallies To Win At Bristol
NASCAR Xfinity Series
Erik Jones found the ideal way to atone from a mistake in Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway, but it took a bump-and-run for Jones to complete his comeback at the .533-mile short track. Recovering from a pit road speeding penalty that sent him to the back of the field, Jones worked his way back to the front and muscled Ryan Blaney out of the way to win his second NASCAR Xfinity Series event of the season.
GP of Alabama Saturday Press Conference
Fast five drivers
1st - Will Power
2nd - Helio Castroneves
3rd - James Hinchcliffe
4th - Scott Dixon
5th - Ryan Hunter-Reay
Will Power leads Penske sweep in GP of Alabama quals
Tops Castroneves and Pagenaud
Except for a couple of Ryan Hunter-Reay wins, Team Penske has owned Barber Motorsports Park and Saturday was no different. Team Penske's Will Power was the only driver to crack the 1m06s bracket to win pole for the Grand Prix of Alabama. Helio Castroneves will start 2nd and Simon Pagenaud 3rd to make it a Penske 1-2-3 sweep of qualifying.
Differences between an IndyCar and an F1 car explained
In this video special AR1.com compares the cars
Fernando Alonso will drive an IndyCar for the first time on May 3rd and then of course the Indy 500. Ever wonder what the main differences are between a current F1 and IndyCar? AutoRacing1.com explains the main differences in this video filmed at the 2017 GP of Alabama.
GP of Alabama Friday Press Conference
Two fastest driversDrivers
Q&A with Graham Rahal at the GP of Alabama
What does he think about Fernando Alonso running the Indy 500
"I think, for Alonso, I think he's going to have a ball. He's going to come over here. He's going to be in a damned good car. You guys know that, and he's going to have fun. He's going to get passed and pass more cars in one month than he will in his entire Formula 1 career combined, but he's going to have a complete blast, and I think it's great for our sport that he has the interest that he has in it, and I hope that other guys want to come do it, too." Graham Rahal
Q&A with Team Penske Drivers at Alabama GP
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Can Dale Coyne Racing stay hot in Birmingham
Can David continues to slay the Goliaths of IndyCar?
Perennial underdog Dale Coyne Racing, working with a fraction of the budget of the bigger teams, has been shooting above their waist all year and are on a roll entering the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama after registering its best start to a season. The team is looking to maintain and extend its Championship points lead with Sebastien Bourdais while keeping rookie Ed Jones’ top-10 finishing streak alive at this weekend’s third round of the Verizon IndyCar Series season.
Renault's vision of F1 in 2027
R.S. 2027 Vision concept
Renault's vision of Formula 1, ten years from now, places people at the center - one of Renault's core values- as a vital cornerstone of F1 experience. Propelled by a high-powered engine, the driver can showcase qualities as a top athlete for the pleasure of fans. More attractive, Formula 1 also becomes safer, to better protect participants, and takes more active responsibility towards the environment. The year is 2027. At every Grand Prix, the competition is fierce.
Bentley redefines the luxury electric vehicle
Bentley’s EXP 12 Speed 6e debuts in Shanghai
Bentley's EXP 12 Speed 6e made its debut in China today at the 2017 Auto Shanghai. The concept showcases the British brand's ambition to define the electric luxury segment and will allow Bentley to gauge public opinion and customer feedback to help shape its future luxury strategy.
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At Barber Motorsports Park
The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama will be the eighth Verizon IndyCar Series event conducted at Barber Motorsports Park. The 2016 winner at Barber says, "Barber is very unique in many ways. The layout is beautiful with lots of elevation changes, it's a very challenging track both physically and technically. The site is an actual racing park with the most incredible vintage museum of motorbike and racing cars. We tested there in March and we found answers to a lot of our technical questions."
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