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Courtney Force notches first NHRA win since '14

Courtney Force won the Funny Car final Sunday in the NHRA SpringNationals, the fifth consecutive event with a female winner and Force's first victory since 2014.

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Bernie had 'huge role' in fixing Hamilton's engine

Mercedes has revealed the lengths it went to in order to fix Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes engine ahead of the Russian Grand Prix and how it involved help from F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.

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Courtney Force notches first NHRA win since '14

Courtney Force won the Funny Car final Sunday in the NHRA SpringNationals, the fifth consecutive event with a female winner and Force's first victory since 2014.

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Dungey wraps up another Supercross season title

Ken Roczen dominated Saturday's Monster Energy AMA Supercross race at MetLife Stadium, but Ryan Dungey wrapped up his second straight season title with a fourth-place finish.

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Button: Not just one area to improve

Jenson Button says McLaren has to improve on all areas of its car to compete at the front, not just its Honda power unit.

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B. Force 1st woman to win at NHRA 4-Wide event

Brittany Force raced to her second Top Fuel victory of the season Sunday at the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals and became the first female driver to win the unique event.

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B. Force 1st woman to win at NHRA 4-Wide event

Brittany Force raced to her second Top Fuel victory of the season Sunday at the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals and became the first female driver to win the unique event.

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11dNate Saunders

Alonso: No regrets over career moves

Fernando Alonso thinks it is unfair to suggest he has made poor career decisions during his time in Formula One.

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12dNate Saunders

Ferrari believes it is one tenth behind Mercedes

Maurizio Arrivabene believes Ferrari's deficit to Mercedes is now just one tenth of a second despite Nico Rosberg's dominant victory at the Chinese Grand Prix.

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Wolff defends Bernie's female driver comments

Susie Wolff has defended the comments made by Bernie Ecclestone about female drivers not being able to physically compete in Formula One at a high level.

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14dNate Saunders

Haas impressed with Gutierrez in China

Haas boss Guenther Steiner says Esteban Gutierrez's "very good" performance at the Chinese Grand Prix was masked by the fact he had no use of DRS.

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Oreovicz: Simon Pagenaud's win marred by controversy

Simon Pagenaud won Sunday's Grand Prix of Long Beach, but a controversy on the way he exited the pits after his final stop has many questioning the decisions of IndyCar officials ... again.

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Indy 500 drivers confident cars safer after test

Ed Carpenter and James Hinchcliffe were among the IndyCar drivers who expressed confidence Wednesday in the safety of new cars with safety enhancements after running a track test.

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