|Photos of the Week|
Formula E: NY City
The Audi e-tron FE04 #66 (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler) of Daniel Abt splashes through a deep rain puddle during Sunday morning qualifying
Race winner Scott Dixon stretched his point lead out to 62 with 5 races remaining
Race winner Marc Marquez slides his bike in a 2-wheel drift around the Sachsenring
Race winner Marc Marquez sets up to pass Jorge Lorenzo for the lead
Race winner Marc Marquez passes Jorge Lorenzo for the lead and the win at the Pramac Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland held at Sachsenring
Formula E: NY City
Jean Eric Vergne won Sunday's season finale race in Brooklyn, NY as well as the Formula E title
The start of the 2018 Honda GP of Toronto as viewed from the new Hotel X that overlooks the track
Indy Lights: Toronto
Uruguayan Santi Urrutia won Indy Lights Race 2 on Sunday
Canadian fans cheer Robert Wickens on to 3rd place
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Hamilton wins rain-hit German GP
After Vettel crashes out from lead
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas finished 1-2 in the German GP ahead of the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen after the Ferrari Sebastian Vettel crashed out from the lead on slick tires on a rain slickened Hockenheim circuit. Vettel on harder tires than Lewis Hamilton, went sliding off into the barrier while Hamilton was able to keep his Mercedes on track with the stickier rubber. Max Verstappen and Nico Hulkenberg rounded out the top-5.
Ford GT Takes Come-From-Behind Victory
Third straight for Ford Chip Ganassi racing
Shortly after the race’s final pit stops with just over an hour to go, Joey Hand was 12 seconds down to the race leader. But in the spirit of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing’s “never say die” attitude, Hand charged to the front, passing the leading Corvette with 13 minutes left and taking his and Dirk Mueller’s No. 66 Ford GT to an overall win in the Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park today.
German GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Vettel takes pole for German GP
As Hamilton breaks
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel won his 55th F1 pole Saturday in qualifying for his home Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany. Vettel's lap of 1m11.212s was a new track record and beat the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas by 2/10ths of a sec and his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen by another 1/10th. Max Verstappen and Kevin Magnussen rounded out the top-5 while Lewis Hamilton's car broke in Q1 and will start 14th.
Garcia shatters record to claim pole at Lime Rock
Antonio Garcia will start from the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT Le Mans (GTLM) class and overall pole for today’s race earning the top spot with a record-breaking qualifying lap in his No. 3 Corvette Racing Corvette C7.R. His pole-winning lap of 49.754 seconds (106.652 mph) was the first sub-50 second GT lap at the 1.474-mile Connecticut bullring, shattering the previous track record set one year ago by the Porsche 911 RSR of Gimmi Bruni (50.404 seconds, 105.3 mph).
We drive the Lexus NX300 F Sport
by Ali Arsham
SUVs these days come in all different sizes and shapes. Manufacturers are starting to come out with SUVs that are basically cars but they give them an SUV shape because they know that it would sell better. The Lexus NX300 is one of those vehicles that reminds one of a car more than an SUV. Lexus says that it offers a raised driving position with a cockpit that “evokes a sporty driving experience with new features to complement a busy lifestyle.” The cockpit of the NX300 is indeed sporty looking and our F Sport model added full length illuminated needles as well as sport seats with more aggressive bolsters.
Kurt Busch wins NASCAR pole in New Hampshire
Martin Truex Jr. to start 2nd
Kurt Busch won the Busch Pole Award for the third time this season in Friday afternoon’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Busch circled the 1.058-mile track with a final-round speed of 133.591 mph in the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 41 Ford. He’ll start first in Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301after winning the 25th pole position of his Monster Energy Series career and his first at New Hampshire. Martin Truex Jr., last weekend’s winner at Kentucky Speedway, will start alongside Busch in the Furniture Row Racing No. 78 Toyota.
Banning of Tire Blankets in F1 a big topic of discussion
in Friday's German GP Press ConferenceTEAM REPRESENTATIVES
Bob BELL (Renault)
Andrew GREEN (Force India)
Pierre WACHE (Red Bull Racing)
Paddy LOWE, (Williams)
Germany GP Thursday Press Conference
Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso)
Nico HULKENBERG (Renault)
Sergio PEREZ (Force India)
Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Briscoe Wins in Wild Finish at the Eldora Dirt Derby
NASCAR trucks on dirt
Chase Briscoe edged out Grant Enfinger by inches in a wild finish to Wednesday's night's sixth-annual Eldora Dirt Derby NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway- the only dirt track race on any of NASCAR's major touring series schedules - to become the sixth different winner of the event. Briscoe - driving in a one-race deal with ThorSport Racing - ran door to door with Enfinger over a final three-lap shootout to earn just his second truck series victory of his career.
The Ultimate Guide to Charging an Electric Car
Of the more than 17 Million new cars sold in the United States in 2017, nearly 200,000 of them were electric vehicles, according to market reports. While that may seem like a drop in the bucket, it’s actually a huge increase from previous years, especially since EV’s have only been commercially available since the groundbreaking release of the Toyota Prius in Japan in 1997. For most of us, electric vehicles still seem like a mysterious new piece of technology, but they actually have a long and storied history dating back over 100 years!
NASCAR Wraps Up Testing at New Charlotte "ROVAL"
by Pete McCole
NASCAR concluded the second of two days of testing at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s new oval/road-course layout on Tuesday ahead of the track’s debut event on September 30. 13 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers were on hand for the final test, which produced yet more changes to the 17-turn, 2.28-mile course as the teams try to get a handle on what some drivers are calling the most unique road course on the NASCAR schedule.
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