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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted his team simply "got the math wrong" in making the pit call that cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Team owner Chip Ganassi said Friday that he spoke with Kyle Larson "just yesterday" about racing in the Indy 500, adding "We haven't said no to him. We haven't said yes either."

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Indy 500 drivers prefer whole milk, survey finds

The 33 starters in Sunday's Indy 500 have submitted their milk preferences to the American Dairy Association Indiana, and more drivers have chosen to guzzle whole milk than any other variety.

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OTL: Kurt Busch's ex used charity as bank

Documents show that Patricia Driscoll, in effect, used the Armed Forces Foundation as a bank to lend money for or pay various personal expenses, including bills for a private company she owns.

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Vautier to replace ailing Huertas in Indy 500

Carlos Huertas has been ruled out of the Indianapolis 500 two days before the race after he was diagnosed with an inner ear condition and failed to pass a medical exam.

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Schumacher still improving after ski accident

Michael Schumacher's manager says the seven-time Formula One champion is still improving, almost 17 months after suffering severe head injuries in a skiing accident.

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