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Photos of the Week

MotoGP: Mugello
Marc Marquez took the lead in the final turn but Lorenzo powered by him at the line in a photo finish

MotoGP: Mugello
Race winner Jorge Lorenzo and his adoring fans

NASCAR: Charlotte
Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sprint All-Star Race
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IndyCar: Indianapolis
Rookie Spencer Pigot plasters the Indy wall

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Derek Daly, father of Conor Daly, wears old goggles and helmet from the early days at Indy

IndyCar: Indianapolis
American Alexander Rossi looks dejected with his 11th fastest qualifying time after he was hoping to challenge for pole. He was the fastest qualified rookie in the field

MotoGP: Mugello
Honda F1 driver Fernando Alonso was on hand to congratulate Marc Marquez on a great race - finishing 2nd in a photo finish

ndyCar: Indianapolis
Outside front row starter Ryan Hunter-Reay poses with the Hot Wheels replica of the Borg Warner Trophy

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Some young fans ham it up for the camera
Tim Wohlford/AR1.com
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We drive the Dodge Challenger Scat Pack
  by Ali Arsham
The Dodge Challenger has always been the forgotten muscle car.  While the Camaro and Mustang get all the glory, the Challenger has been there sitting quietly in the corner.  It is too bad because as we found out, it is a hell of a car and it is not that quiet either.
100th Indy 500 Continues ABC Memorial Day Tradition
  ESPN’s Production Includes 100 Cameras, ESPN3 Second-Screen Experience
With a record 100 cameras in use, ABC will televise the historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 29 at 11 a.m. ET. Annually one of ESPN’s largest and most complex television productions, the Indianapolis 500 telecast is even larger this year with the milestone of the 100th running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Airing on ABC for the 52nd consecutive year, and streaming live on WatchESPN for the first time, the telecast begins with a pre-race show at 11 a.m. and then polesitter James Hinchcliffe will lead the field of 33 to the green flag at 12:17 p.m.
Kalitta, Hagan, Line Win at Topeka
  NHRA Kansas Nationals
Doug Kalitta raced to his third consecutive Top Fuel victory of the season Sunday and had to navigate Heartland Park Topeka's dragstrip in an ill-handling racecar to turn on the win light in the final round at the NHRA Kansas Nationals. Matt Hagan (Funny Car) and Jason Line (Pro Stock) joined Kalitta in the winner's circle at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event.
Indy 500 Pole Day Press Conference
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Hinchcliffe wins pole for 100th Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford
"The worst four laps of the month" is one of the more charitable things said about qualifying at Indy.  A few years ago, Dario quipped that he "talked to Jesus", to which Helio replied that he thought he saw Jesus during his run. By all accounts, it's the toughest thing you can do in auto sports.  And this year, everyone had to do this at least twice. When the dust settled, the crowd was treated to a thrilling shootout for the top 9 places, with James Hinchcliffe narrowly beating Josef Newgarden for the Pole.  Joining them on the top row will be Ryan Hunter-Reay.
New All Star Race Format Leads To Confusion
  by Pete McCole
If there was a theme to Saturday night's All Star Race, it was "I don't know what's going on", as confusion and questions regarding the new format left drivers and fans alike wondering exactly what happened to turn the race from what was a simple three-segment race into a bona fide mess.
Lorenzo wins last-lap photo-finish over Marquez
  At Mugello
For the first time since 2008, Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) lined up for the Gran Premio d'Italia TIM in pole. The last time he started from pole in Mugello he won, having not returned to the top step of the podium since 2008. Over 100,000 people lined the hillside stands of Mugello to see if ‘The Doctor' could win once more. But it wasn't going to be easy with Maverick Vinales (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and Andrea Iannone (Ducati Team) right alongside him on the front row.
Joey Logano Wins Wild NASCAR Sprint All Star Race
  by Pete McCole

Full Moon Fever was in full effect in Saturday night's 32nd running of the NASCAR Sprint All Star Race, as Joey Logano came out on top in a race that was both thrilling and confusion and left a lot of people scratching their heads. Logano got past Kyle Larson with two laps to go to score his first-career All Star Race victory, bringing home a $1million-dollar payday and denying Larson the chance to become the fourth driver to win the all-star event after racing their way into the field.

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Force, Hagan, Line Top Qualifiers In Topeka
  NHRA Kansas Nationals
Brittany Force claimed her first No. 1 qualifying position of the season Saturday at the NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka, continuing the theme of "the year of the women" in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series. Matt Hagan (Funny Car) and Jason Line (Pro Stock) also will lead their classes into Sunday's 11 a.m. eliminations as No. 1 qualifiers in their categories at the spacious multipurpose motorsports park in Kansas' capital city.
Hinchcliffe and Hunter-Reay lead Honda 1-2
  by Tim Wohlford
Okay, who predicted that the Hondas would be fastest in qualification (5 of the top 9), that the fastest drive of the day would be by James Hinchcliffe, and that all five of the Andretti cars would be among the top 11?  And that the fastest Ganassi efforts would be Dixon in 13th?  And that the last hour of this contrived “meaningless” day of qualification would actually be a ton of fun?  YOU LIE!
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