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MotoGP: San Marino
Valentino Rossi broke his winless streak at home in San Marino

MotoGP: San Marino
After falling, runaway championship leader Marc Marquez pushes his bike to restart it.

DTM: Eurospeedway
The start of the wet DTM race at Eurospeedway

Formula E: Beijing
Nick Heidfeld sets up Nicolas Prost for a last lap pass in Beijing. They both crashed and Lucas di Grassi (last in photo) came thru to win
Formula E

NASCAR: Chicago
Kevin Harvick won the Nationwide race at Chicagoland
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NASCAR: Chicago
Kyle Busch won the Friday night truck race at Chicagoland
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Indy Lights: Indianapolis
IndyCar driver Josef Newgarden shakes down the new Indy Lights car. It is far better looking than an IndyCar
Indy Lights

Formula E: Beijing
The start of the first ever Formula E race
Formula E

NASCAR: Chicago
Kevin Harvick plays with his son Keelan
Alan Marler/HHP and Chevy
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Mikey 'Dances With The Stars' and doesn't fall (yet)
  by Dave Grayson
Backed by a tremendous amount of hoopla, "Dancing With The Stars", (DWTS), made it's highly anticipated season debut September 15th on the ABC Network. I wouldn't know much about that. If by chance there's something that I need to know I can always ask the lady of the house who never misses this program. I really don't have anything against the massive amount of talent shows that dominates the airwaves these days-as long as I don't have to watch them. I honestly respect those who love to dance-as long as I don't have to get out on the dance floor. However, when I learned that NASCAR driver/Fox Sports TV analyst Michael Waltrip was one of the dancing celebrities I knew I had to watch.
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The F1 efficiency race
At the end of 2013 the FIA Formula One World Championship bid farewell to its normally aspirated V8s and embraced brand new Power Units that combined a hybrid V6 turbo engine with two energy recovery systems – the MGU-K that works under braking, and MGU-H which harvests energy at the exhaust. Monza's 2014 race offered an ideal opportunity to compare and analyze the performance of modern low downforce-spec F1 cars with their previous counterparts.
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Conor Daly - Where to now?
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American Conor Daly recently returned to the States from Europe to attend the final IndyCar race in Fontana, California. This has been a tough season in GP2 with many highs and lows. As is often the case in this profession, the future holds many unanswered questions and yet much promise. Conor took some time out of his schedule to address some questions that are on the minds of some of his fans. We hope you take a few moments and enjoy his candid replies.
The Formula E: Three Things You Should Know
  by Stephen Cox
The new Formula E racing series for electric cars has done a lot of things right, as was evident by their first race in Beijing last weekend before 75,000 fans. The series already draws more entries than Formula One will have in 2015, and they've attracted known drivers including Nick Heidfeld, Takuma Sato, Jarno Trulli, Katherine Legge and others. I'll certainly be cheering for the series to succeed long term, but there are a few points to bear in mind along the way.
Keselowski opens Chase with a win
  NASCAR at Chicagoland
For Brad Keselowski, this year's Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup started the same way it did in 2012 -- with a victory at Chicagoland Speedway. Clearly, Keselowski would love to see the Chase end the same way it did two years ago -- with a series championship. He held the top spot for a restart on Lap 262, after an accident involving the cars of Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and pulled away to win his fifth race of the year and the 15th of his career by 1.759 seconds over Jeff Gordon, who passed Larson for the second spot in the closing laps
zMax: Todd, DeJoria, Enders-Stevens, Krawiec Fastest
  by Pete McCole
J.R. Todd raced his way to his first top qualifying position of the season in Saturday’s final Top Fuel qualifying sessions for Sunday’s seventh-annual Pep Boys Carolina Nationals at zMax Dragway in the opening event of the NHRA Countdown to the Championship. Alexis DeJoria (Funny Car), Erica Enders-Stevens (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also grabbed no.1 qualifying positions.
Formula E: Prost/Heidfeld crash gives di Grassi victory
  in Beijing
Lucas di Grassi inherited victory in the inaugural race of the new Formula E Championship in Beijing when leader Nicolas Prost and second-place Nick Heidfeld collided at the final corner. Prost had led the race from pole position and was seemingly well on course to complete a lights-to-flag win having controlled the pace at the start and then extended his advantage further with a quick pit-stop.
Nicolas Prost sets the pace in Beijing qualifying
  Formula in Beijing
BEIJING, CHINA – Nicolas Prost (e.dams-Renault) clinched pole position for the inaugural Formula E Evergrande Spring Beijing ePrix ahead of both Audi Sport ABT drivers. The Frenchman posted a 1.42.200s, a tenth of a second clear of Lucas di Grassi and a further two tenths quicker than Daniel Abt.
L&M Porsche: Untold Story of Can Am's Famous Car
  by Stephen Cox - Part 6 of 7, The Title
"The talk around the pit area was that no one could touch them. They knew that it was the beginning of the end of Can Am. The L&M Porsche was making history." – Marilyn Motschenbacher Halder.  No other track on the Cam Am schedule offered sweet corn and bratwurst like the little food stand at Elkhart Lake. Everyone on the Can Am circuit looked forward to it. The stand remains there today, just behind the main bleachers near the Start/Finish line.
L&M Porsche: Untold Story of Can Am's Famous Car
  by Stephen Cox - Part 7 of 7, The Final Chapter
"In two of the races – Atlanta and Elkhart Lake – the car lapped the entire field. That's doing something. This was an unbelievable car." – Chief mechanic John "Woody" Woodard. Porsche enjoyed a dominance in 1972 that McLaren could only dream of. McLaren's five-year stranglehold on the series had been crushed, and Porsche had earned their first Can Am Challenge Cup.
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