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Photos of the Week

IndyCar: Road America
Winner Will Power does a burn out in front of a record crowd
Scott R. LePage/LAT for GM

MotoGP: Assen
Yonny Hernandez goes down hard at Assen

MotoGP: Assen
Yonny Hernandez lay on the grass after coming to a stop

MotoGP: Assen
What is left of Yonny Hernandez's bike

MotoGP: Assen
Jack Miller outdueled Marc Marquez in the wet to win his first MotoGP race

NASCAR: Sonoma
Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Code 3 Associates/Mobil Chevrolet SS, celebrates his victory
Andrew Coppley for Chev

MotoGP: Assen
Michele Pirro takes a spill

IndyCar: Road Amrica
Will Power, driver of the #12 Verizon Chevrolet IndyCar V6, races to the front at the start of the race
Jake Galstad/LAT for GM

NASCAR: Sonoma
Tony Stewart, driver of the battered #14 Code 3 Associates/Mobil Chevrolet SS, celebrates his victory with a burnout
Rusty Jarrett/HHP for GM
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Aric Almirola Wins In Wild Finish at Daytona
  by Pete McCole
Another restrictor-plate race, another controversial finish. And another bizarre Xfinity Series victory for Aric Almirola. Almirola collected his second-career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory after being declared the winner in Friday night’s Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway after a wild, three-lap overtime finish that ended under caution with Almirola scored just ahead of Justin Allgaier after a video review by NASCAR.
Biffle Wins Daytona Pole for Coke Zero 400
  Beats Carl Edwards
Roush Fenway Racing's Greg Biffle covered the 2.5-mile famed oval of Daytona International Speedway in 46.643 seconds (192.955 mph) to capture the pole for tomorrow night's Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Race. The pole is Biffle's second at Daytona (2004 Daytona 500) and the 13th of his career. It marks the 88th Cup pole for Roush Fenway racing and its fifth at Daytona. "It is a huge confidence builder," said Biffle. "Winning the pole is all smiles on those team guys pushing the car up there and getting the pictures. They are pumped right now. We will be ready to go tomorrow night.
Roger Penske receives Cameron R. Argetsinger Award
  IMRRC event
A capacity crowd at the Corning Museum of Glass was treated to a celebratory evening of tributes, shout-outs, slide shows and interviews on Thursday as the International Motor Racing Research Center presented the Cameron R. Argetsinger Award to racing icon Roger Penske. The presenting sponsors of the evening and award were NASCAR, IMSA, International Speedway Corp. and Watkins Glen International. The sell-out event was supported by Sahlen's.
Austrian GP Friday Press Conference
  From Red Bull Ring
Graham WATSON (Toro Rosso)
Beat ZEHNDER (Sauber)
Luca FURBATTO (Manor)
Rob SMEDLEY (Williams)
Paul MONAGHAN (Red Bull Racing)
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IndyCar Road America Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio

I don’t really have a ton to add to what has already been said about this Indy Car racing’s return to Road America this past weekend. I’ll just note that having made my first visit to the racing cathedral in Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine country, Road America is absolutely everything it is cracked up to be and more. And judging from the reaction of a very happy paddock, the Road America track staff, the thousands of fans that packed the hills and grandstands and the overall atmosphere at North America’s finest road racing circuit, the Verizon IndyCar Series added another much-needed cornerstone event to its schedule this past weekend.

Austrian GP Thursday Press Conference
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Catching Up With Indy 500 Starter Darren Manning
  by Stephen Cox
"When I was doing it, I got paid to drive. You were judged on your merit as a driver... not the check that you brought," Darren Manning said while sipping an after-hours beer and relaxing in the lobby of his company's new facility on the west side of Indianapolis. "I got chosen to drive by Ganassi, Foyt and Walker. It was a very fun time. There was a great camaraderie between all the drivers because the drivers up and down the field were getting paid. The sport has changed a lot."
IndyCar's return to Road America a Smashing Success
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Indy cars had raced annually at Road America from 1982 to 2003 under CART sanction with great success, but struggled under Champ Car off and on through 2007 as Tony George took his hammer to work every day in a campaign to destroy CART. The crowds stayed away and with Champ Car going out of business early in 2008, and IndyCar and Michael Andretti trying to rebuild Milwaukee, Road America was left off the IndyCar schedule for years.
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2nd - Tony Kanaan, Ganassi Chevy
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Langdon, Capps, Line, Krawiec Win At Norwalk
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Ron Capps continued his mid-season dominance with his fourth Funny Car win of 2016 at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park. Shawn Langdon (Top Fuel), Jason Line (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also were winners of the 12th NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events of the season in Norwalk, Ohio.

Tony Stewart Beats Hamlin For First Win Since 2013
  by Pete McCole
Just five months after suffering a back injury that nearly derailed his entire season, Tony Stewart broke through with a must-have victory in a thrilling last-lap duel with Denny Hamlin to win Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway to break an 84-race winless streak and bolster his chances for a championship bid in his final Sprint Cup season.
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