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Photos of the Week

IndyCar: Austin
First time IndyCar winners, co-owner George Steinbrenner IV and driver Colton Herta, with their winning trophy
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NASCAR: Martinsville
Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Reese/Draw Tite Ford, celebrates with his wife Paige and their daughter Scarlett in Victory Lane for the STP 500
Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images

Stadium Super Trucks: Austin
Gavin Harlien gets major air
Brian Fahie/AR1.com

IndyCar: Austin
Takuma Sato locks a wheel under braking
Betty Garcia/AR1.com

IndyCar: Austin
The safety crew gets Felix Rosenqvist's damaged car back to the pits sans the front nose and wing
Betty Garcia/AR1.com

IndyCar: Austin
Max Chilton gets service from his Carlin crew during the IndyCar Classic at the Circuit of the Americas
Betty Garcia/AR1.com

IndyCar: Austin
Alexander Rossi would have won the IndyCar Classic at the Circuit of the Americas if not for IndyCar's stupid closed pits rules during cautions
IndyCar

Stadium Super Trucks: Austin
One truck slides on its side in Race 1 of the popular Stadium Super trucks
Brian Fahie/AR1.com

NASCAR: Martinsville
A good crowd was on hand for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series STP 500
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images
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Keselowski dominates to win Martinsville
  by Amy Henderson
Team Penske put an exclamation point on the organization’s hot start to 2019 as Brad Keselowski conquered NASCAR’s shortest track Sunday to win the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway in a purely dominant performance, becoming the first driver to win more than one race in 2019. Keselowski led 446 out of 500 laps and swept the stage wins on Sunday in a race that saw long green-flag runs and plenty of on-track action.
Colton Herta slays veterans to win COTA IndyCar race
  Becomes youngest IndyCar winner ever
Clear skies hung over Circuit of the Americas for today's inaugural INDYCAR Classic. The race ran drama-free until a single caution was brought out on Lap 44. Benefitting most drivers and challenging three, the caution allowed Colton Herta, Josef Newgarden and Ryan Hunter-Reay - who had just pitted on Lap 43 to gain track position while it pushed race leaders Will Power and Alexander Rossi out of contention to win the 60-lap race.
Seen at COTA Friday and Saturday
  by Ralph & Betty Garcia and Brian Fahie
It is race day here at the Circuit of the Americas, but let's catch up with the action from Friday and Saturday captured by our three photographers onsite this weekend. In qualifying Will Power squeezed in two sets of reds in the Fast Six and that second run was enough to knock Alexander Rossi off the pole for the inaugural IndyCar Classic in his Penske Chevy. Rossi came up 0.1584s short in his Andretti Honda and he led a bevy of Honda drivers in 3rd through 6th. Check out their photos.
Logano strikes late to win Martinsville pole
  by Amy Henderson
Joey Logano led a Ford charge in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying at Martinsville speedway on Saturday, winning the pole with a speed of 97.830 mph. Aric Almirola will start on the outside of the front row. Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick will take up the second row.  Denny Hamlin was the only non-Ford driver to crack the top 5. William Byron’s last-second run made him the top Chevrolet driver in sixth.
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  Top-6 drivers (Text plus video)
Top-6 Drivers:
1st - Will Power (Chevy)
2nd - Alexander Rossi (Honda)
3rd - Ryan Hunter-Reay (Honda)
4th - Colton Herta (Honda)
5th - Felix Rosenqvist (Honda)
6th - Scott Dixon (Honda)
Will Power nips Rossi for IndyCar pole at COTA
  Breaks up Honda domination at the front
Qualifying ace Will Power squeezed in two sets of reds in the Fast Six and that second run was enough to knock Alexander Rossi off the pole for the IndyCar Classic at Circuit of Americas in his Penske Chevy. Rossi came up 0.1584s short in his Andretti Honda and he led a bevy of Honda drivers in 3rd through 6th. Rossi's teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay was 3rd quick 0.3051s behind with rookie sensation Colton Herta and Felix Rosenqvist rounding out the top-5.
Kyle Busch wins 201st NASCAR race at Martinsville
  by Amy Henderson
A week after locking up his 200th NASCAR national series victory at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, Kyle Busch took the first step toward the next century mark. Holding off challenges from Ross Chastain and runner-up Ben Rhodes, Busch survived a late restart in winning Saturday’s TruNorth Global 250 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.
Stewart Friesen wins Truck pole at Martinsville
  by Amy Henderson
Stewart Friesen snatched the pole for Saturday’s TrueNorth Global 250 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.  With a pole speed of 96.484 mph, he beat out Kyle Busch for the top spot.  Busch will start on the outside of the front row.  Todd Gilliland, Sheldon Creed and Brett Moffitt rounded out the top 5.
Vergne victorious in Sanya showdown, avoids penalty
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After three 'pointless' races, DS Techeetah driver and reigning champion Jean-Eric Vergne clinched his first win of the season on the streets of Sanya. The Frenchman was followed by Nissan e.dams' rookie Oliver Rowland and BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Antonio Felix da Costa in third, who climbs to the top of the championship standings.
COTA announces $100,000 'Win from the Pole' Bonus
  At Thursday IndyCar COTA Press Conference
If an NTT IndyCar Series driver wins Sunday’s INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of the Americas from the pole, he will collect an additional $100,000. That bonus was announced Thursday at a press conference to kickoff the weekend by Rick Abbott, executive vice president of COTA. 
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