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IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Josef Newgarden shows off his Champions hat and ring after winning his 2nd IndyCar title in three years. Roger Penske makes Indy 500 winners and IndyCar champions

IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Team owners Mike Harding and George Steinbrenner IV celebrate the race win with their rookie driver Colton Herta

F1: Singapore
Sparks fly as race winner Sebastian Vettel (L) battles with Lewis Hamilton

IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Rookie of the Year Felix Rosenqvist gets two wheels on the dirt as he charges from 14th to win the rookie award
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MotoGP: Aragon
With his 8th win of the season Marc Marquez just about has the 2019 title wrapped up
Repsol Honda

IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Josef Newgarden, driver of the #2 Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet IndyCar V6, kisses the Astor Challenge Cup while celebrating winning the 2019 IndyCar Series Championship for the 2nd time
Scott R. LePage/LAT for Chevy

NASCAR: Richmond
Martin Truex Jr. celebrates winning the first two races of the NASCAR playoffs in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
Getty Images for NASCAR

MotoGP: Aragon
Polesitter Marc Marquez grabs the lead at the start and led all the way
Repsol Honda

IndyCar: Laguna Seca
Race morning dawned foggy in the hills of Laguna Seca, CA for the IndyCar finale
Brian Fahie/AR1.com
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IndyCar Laguna Seca Sunday Press Conferences
  Season Finale
Race Winner, Colton Herta
2019 Champion, Josef Newgarden
Championship Owner, Roger Penske
Manufacturer Champion, Ted Klaus of HPD
Rookie of the Year, Felix Rosenqvist
Championship runner-up, Simon Pagenaud
Third-place championship, Alexander Rossi
Herta holds off Power to win IndyCar season finale
  Newgarden strokes it home to win title
Rookie Colton Herta proved why he's poised to be an IndyCar superstar of the future by leading almost the entire Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at Laguna Seca despite heavy pressure from veterans the entire way. Herta beat Will Power by 0.58-second while Josef Newgarden stroked it home to win the IndyCar title in 8th.  Felix Rosenqvist came from 14th at the start to finish 5th and win the Rookie of the Year title. Scott Dixon was third, and Alexander Rossi 6th.
Singapore GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Finishers
1. Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2. Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
3. Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull)
Vettel holds off Leclerc for a Ferrari 1-2 in Singapore
  Max Verstappen rounds out podium for Red Bull
It's been a long time since Sebastian Vettel won a grand prix but he turned an early pitstop onto hard tires that gave him the lead, and he never put a wheel wrong despite 3 safety car restarts to lead a Ferrari 1-2 in the Singapore GP. Polesitter Charles Leclerc was not able to make a pass attempt on Vettel and had to settle for 2nd. Max Verstappen got the better of Lewis Hamilton to take third ahead of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
Marquez dominates to win at Aragon again
  2019 title now almost assured
On his 200th GP start, Marc Marquez decimated his competitors to claim victory at the Gran Premio Michelin de Aragon. arquez completed a perfect home weekend with a faultless 23-lap race where the World Championship leader delivered on his early weekend domination. A lightning start saw the number 93 beat Fabio Quartararo Ned Maverick Vinales into Turn 1, with Miller getting a good launch from P4 on the grid to take P3, and from there Marquez was never headed.
Martin Truex, Jr. scores two in a row with Richmond win
  Wins the first two races of the opening round of Cup Series playoffs
On a night of "firsts' for Joe Gibbs Racing drivers, Martin Truex Jr. continued to assert his mastery over the first round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Rallying from a spin off the bumper of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s Ford, and passing Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch for the lead with 25 laps left, Truex led an 1-2-3-4 finish for JGR in Saturday night's Federated Auto parts 400 at Richmond Raceway.
IndyCar Laguna Seca Saturday Press Conference
  Top-6 Qualifiers
1st - Colton Herta, Harding Steinbrenner Racing
2nd - Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
3rd - Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
4th - Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
6th - Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
IndyCar: Herta takes 3rd pole at Laguna Seca
  Dixon, Rossi just miss pole
Rookie sensation Colton Herta showed why Andretti Autosport was so keen to sign him for 2020  by taking his 3rd pole position for the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey. His time in Q3 of 1m10.142s beat Scott Dixon's Ganassi Honda by 0.043s and Alexander Rossi's Andretti Honda by just 0.070s to give Honda a 1-2-3 sweep of the starting positions. Points leader Josef Newgarden made a mistake on his fast lap and had to settle for 4th ahead of James Hinchcliffe and Simon Pagenaud.
Singapore GP Saturday Press Conference
  Top-3 in Quals
1. Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
2. Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3. Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Leclerc wins 3rd straight pole in Singapore
  Hamilton 2nd Vettel 3rd
Ferrari ace Charles Leclerc turned a sensational final lap in qualifying to win the pole position for the Singapore GP while Lewis Hamilton managed to push Sebastian Vettel off the front row after Vettel was quickest after the first runs. Leclerc's time of 1m36.217s was enough to deny Hamilton another pole by 0.191s while Vettel messed up his final run and ended up 0.220s behind in third. Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas rounded out the top-5 for Red Bull and Mercedes.
Marquez takes pole by 0.391s at Aragon
  Rookie Fabio Quartararo 2nd again
Repsol Honda Team ace Marc Marquez showed no signs of letting up his Gran Premio Michelin de Aragon stranglehold after taking pole position on Saturday afternoon - his 9th pole of the year. Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) claimed P2, 0.327 off Marquez, with Maverick Vinales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) closing out the front row.
Without a Hitch!
  The story of Bill France Sr. and the Talladega driver boycott
It was a day that will never be forgotten, and was one where Talladega Superspeedway creator Big Bill France Sr., never flinched. On Saturday, September 13, 1969, the day before the first-ever Talladega 500 at the brand-new Alabama International Motor Speedway (today known as Talladega Superspeedway), more than 30 of the top drivers in NASCAR’s premier series decided to withdraw over “supposed” tire safety concerns at France’s 2.66-mile palace of speed. France, the then-president of NASCAR and International Speedway Corporation, was adamant the race would go on. And, it did, without a hitch.
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