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Kevin Harvick, driver of the #4 Busch Beer/National Forest Foundation Ford, makes his son Keelan kiss a huge lobster in Victory Lane after winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at
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2020 Corvette: Tustin, CA
Chevrolet unveiled the first-ever mid-engine Corvette for 2020 - starting price is under $60,000
IMSA: Lime Rock
The start of the race and one of the BMW drivers decides the grass was a bit too high and decides to mow it
LAT for IMSA
Josef Newgarden dominated the Iowa 300 IndyCar race in his trick-shock Penske Chevy. Penske trick-shock cars led 99% of the laps
Sage Karam lost control of his Chevy and spun down into the wet Newton, Iowa grass
Ryan Preece, driver of the #47 Kroger Chevrolet, Matt Tifft, driver of the #36 Louis Kemp Crab Delights Ford, and Paul Menard, driver of the #21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center Ford, race 3-wide on the single groove track
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The sun sets over the Iowa Speedway as crews continue to dry the track
IMSA: Lime Rock
The #67 Ford GT of Westbrook and Briscoe won the GTLM category and took overall victory
LAT for IMSA
Road America Vintage Car Races
Jason Miller, of Elkhart Lake, Wis., leads the F5000 field during the Sunday feature race
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Verstappen on the rise as Vettel fades
Verstappen poised to be next F1 Superstar
When it became clear that Daniel Ricciardo would be leaving Red Bull at the conclusion of the 2018 Formula 1 season, and that Max Verstappen would become the team’s number one driver, there were some within the sport of Formula 1 racing who thought that team boss Christian Horner had lost his mind. Now, looking back, it seems Horner knew his man better than anybody else did. Verstappen is proving to be a revelation in the spotlight this season. It wasn’t Verstappen’s talent that the doubters had reservations about; even his harshest critics had to concede that he was a uniquely gifted driver.
Torrence, Johnson, Jr., Anderson, Hines Win at Denver
Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway
Tommy Johnson Jr.'s first final round in his NHRA professional career came at Bandimere Speedway in 1991, but it took until Sunday at the 40th annual Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil for the Funny Car veteran to grab his first victory at the facility. Steve Torrence (Top Fuel), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Andrew Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) were also winners in their respective categories at the 14th of 24 races, and the first of three races on the famed Western Swing, during the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season.
Harvick edges Hamlin in final-lap clash to win in Loudon
Ends 21-race winless streak with first victory of the season
Kevin Harvick sewed up his long-awaited first Monster Energy Series win of the season Sunday, benefiting from a bold pit strategy move and holding back Denny Hamlin’s last-lap charge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Harvick led 41 of the 301 laps in the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford holding an 0.210-second advantage at the drop of the checkered flag.
IndyCar Iowa 300 post-race press Conference
Top-3 finishers at 3:00 am press conferenceDrivers:
1 - Josef Newgarden, Team Penske Chevy
2 - Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
3 - James Hinchcliffe, Arrow Schmidt Peterson Honda
Newgarden dominates Iowa 300 IndyCar race
Extends points lead to 29 over Rossi
For the fourth time in five years, Penske Chevy driver Josef Newgarden led the most laps in the race at the 7/8th-mile Iowa bullring to win the Iowa 300 IndyCar race. In winning he led 245 laps in Team Penske’s No. 2 Hitachi Chevrolet, his fourth of the season and the 14th
of his career, at 2:14 a.m. ET due to a pair of rain delays. Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon finished second for the fifth time this season in the No. 9 PNC Bank Honda.
Bell Puts On Command Performance at Louden
NASCAR Xfinity Series ROXOR 200 at Loudon
Christopher Bell got just what he needed on an uncharacteristically hot day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway—a breeze. That's an apt description of Bell's victory in the ROXOR 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday. In winning for the fifth time this season and the second time in as many starts at the Magic Mile, Bell led 186 of 200 laps and crossed the finish line 4.068 seconds ahead of runner-up Cole Custer.
Briscoe and Westbrook Claim Northeast Grand Prix Win
Pfaff Motorsports wins in GTD
Teammates Ryan Briscoe, an Australian-born Connecticut resident, and Richard Westbrook of Great Britain, in the No. 67 Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT took the win at the IMSA
Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park on July 20, 2019. The win by the No. 67 was their first victory of the season and an upset for Porsche’s five-race consecutive win streak in the GTLM class.
Keselowski wins Busch Pole in Loudon qualifying
Ends his Qualifying drought
Brad Keselowski put a decisive end to his qualifying drought Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, edging Kyle Busch for the top starting spot in Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301. Fastest on the first of his two laps in time trials, Keselowski beat Busch by .015 seconds, covering the one-mile distance in 27.927 seconds (136.384 mph). Busch clocked in at 136.311 mph.
IndyCar Iowa 300 Qualifying Press Conference
Top-3 qualifiers from NewtonDrivers
1 - Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske Chevy
2 - Will Power, Team Penske Chevy
3 - Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
Pagenaud leads Penske 1-2-3 in IndyCar Iowa quals
Sato best of the rest
As predicted before qualifying, using their special shock package,Team Penske ran 1-2-3 in qualifying for the Iowa 300 IndyCar race on the short 7/8ths mile Newton oval. Pagenaud's 2-lap average of 180.073 mph in his #22 Penske Chevy beat his teammate in the #12 Penske Chevy. Josef Newgarden in the #2 Penske Chevy was 3rd quick while Takuma Sato and James Hinchcliffe rounded out the top-5.
Chevy unveils C8 mid-engine Corvette
Takes Corvette to new level
Chevrolet officially introduced the first-ever mid-engine Corvette supercar late Thursday night outside Los Angeles starting at under $60,000. The most anticipated car of the year, the long-rumored Corvette C8 carries the legendary “Stingray” badge. Even as the C8 relocates the engine amidships like an Italian sports car in a move to give it more nimble handling, the car does not lose its signature V-8
Toronto IndyCar Postscript
by Brian Carroccio
This week's Toronto IndyCar postscript examines the tussle between Honda drivers Sebastien Bourdais and Takuma Sato and what might be behind it. It's been festering for awhile and it all came to a head in Toronto. We also look at the five drivers remaining who seem to have a realistic shot at the 2019 IndyCar title. Two are a real longshot, one is a maybe but, barring any major hiccups, it's really down to two drivers for this year's title. And this year's title fight is what everyone has said for years that the series needs. That opportunity is well, right freaking there, right freaking now!
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