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IndyCar: St. Petersburg
Juan Montoya led a 1-2-3-4-5-6 Chevy sweep on the streets of St. Petersburg, FL
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NASCAR: Martinsville
Race winner Denny Hamlin
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NASCAR: Martinsville
Paul Menard spins and collects several drivers
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F1: Sepang
The Ferrari flags were waving proudly in Malaysia Sunday
Ferrari

F1: Sepang
Sebastian Vettel, #1 again
Ferrari

F1: Sepang
Vettel (L) and Ferrari team boss Arrivabene (R) celebrate Ferrari's win
Ferrari

F1: Sepang
Sebastian Vettel just missed pole in the wet on Saturday by 0.074s.
Ferrari

NASCAR: Martinsville
Joey Logano wins the NASCAR Truck race at Martinsville
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NASCAR: Martinsville
Cole Custer, driver of the #00 Haas Automation Chevrolet, is involved in an on-track incident in front of Erik Jones, driver of the #4 Toyota, and Joey Logano, driver of the #29 Cooper Standard Ford
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IndyCar: St. Petersburg Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Saturday, the very formidable four-car Team Penske armada swept the top-4 positions in qualifying for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Defending series champion Will Power taking pole, with Simon Pagenaud second, Helio Castroneves third and Juan Pablo Montoya fourth. Then, in Sunday’s race Montoya would emerge ahead of Power during the final round of pit stops to hold on for the victory, with Power second, Castroneves fourth and Pagenaud fifth. Chip Ganassi Racing’s Tony Kanaan broke up a Penske race sweep finishing third.
IndyCar announces next generation car
  New car to debut in 2017
Strapped with sagging TV ratings and a shrinking fan base all precipitated by the launch of one of the most hideous looking racing cars in the history of mankind; and realizing that the recent aero kits added to the existing Dallara, amounted to nothing more than putting 'lipstick on a pig,' and with the lipstick (sorry aero pieces) flying off into the grandstand injuring fans, IndyCar was faced with being put out of business by the insurance companies.  Something drastic had to be done, and done fast.
GP of St. Petersburg Sunday Press Conference
  IndyCar
An interview with:
1st Juan Pablo Montoya
2nd Will Power
3rd Tony Kanaan
Brown, Beckman, Morgan, Hines Win at zMax
  by Pete McCole
'Fast' Jack Beckman ended a 54-race winless drought and scored the 100th Funny Car victory for Don Schumacher Racing in Sunday's sixth annual NHRA Four Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C. Antron Brown (Top Fuel) and Andrew Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) both won their second straight Four Wide Nationals, while Pro Stock driver Larry Morgan won his first final round since 2009.
Montoya holds off Power to win in St. Pete
  by Brian Carroccio
Juan Montoya beat Penske teammate Will Power out of the pits on the last stop and held him off to win the 12th Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Chevy powered drivers finished 1-2-3-4-5-6 for a complete romp over the Honda teams. Tony Kanaan was third followed by Helio Castroneves and Simon Pagenaud.
Hamlin wins for Gibbs and Toyota
  He did not get win because JD Gibbs is very ill
Denny Hamlin drove the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 glued to the bottom line in the final laps, holding off a late charge by Brad Keselowski in Sunday's STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. It's the Virginia native's fifth win at his home track and came after an emotional week for the JGR team as it was announced team president J.D. Gibbs is being treated for a condition affecting his brain function.
Malaysian GP: Sunday Press Conference
  From Sepang
Drivers:
1st Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari
2nd Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
3rd Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
Vettel outraces Hamilton and Rosberg to win in Sepang
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Sebastian Vettel did what Michael Schumacher did before him and what Fernando Alonso could not.  He ended his and Ferrari's Formula 1 win droughts as he beat the superior car of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton with his inferior Ferrari and race to victory in a thrilling Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang. Getting more laps and better pace out of the Pirelli medium tires than Hamilton could, the four-time world champion took Hamilton to school on Sunday.
Todd, Force, McGaha, Arana Jr. No.1 at zMax
  by Pete McCole
Courtney Force collected her second no. 1 qualifier of the season on Saturday, going from worst to first in the final qualifying session for Sunday’s sixth annual NHRA Four Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C. J.R. Todd secured his first no. 1 qualifier of the season with a record-breaking run in Top Fuel qualifying, while Chris McGaha (Pro Stock) and Hector Arana, Jr. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also went to the top of the ladder in their respective divisions
GP of St Petersburg: Saturday Press Conference
  Fast 6 drivers
An interview with:
Helio Castroneves
Takuma Sato
Juan Pablo Montoya
Simon Pagenaud
Sebastien Bourdais
Will Power
Power wins GP of St. Petersburg pole
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
The Team Penske Chevy juggernaut continued unabated in St. Petersburg Saturday by qualifying 1-2-3-4 on Saturday for Sunday's Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Team Penske was the Chevy aero package test team and it certainly is showing at the first race of 2015.  It was Power's 37th pole and 5th at St. Petersburg.  New Penske driver Simon Pagenaud will start 2nd and Helio Castroneves and Juan Montoya 3rd and 4th.
Hamilton wins pole for Malaysian GP in tricky conditions
  Nips Vettel by 1/10th. Rosberg 3rd
On a drying Sepang track Lewis Hamilton kept the Mercedes domination alive by taking pole position for the Malaysian GP ahead of Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari and his teammate Nico Rosberg. It was the 13th straight pole for the superior Mercedes team. A large storm mid-way through Q2 meant Q3 was delayed until the heavy rain eased, as the cars tackled the slippery, but improving conditions.
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