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2dRyan McGee

Don't blame Alexander Rossi for winning the Indy 500

It's OK if you didn't know who Alexander Rossi was before he won Sunday's Indy 500. It's OK if you thought the finish was a letdown. Ryan McGee's take? We are all spoiled rotten.

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Rossi: Can't even begin to understand magnitude of winning Indy 500 (2:06)
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1dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Alexander Rossi's Indy 500 win took teamwork

One team owner came up with the strategy, while another figured it was worth the risk. But it was rookie Alexander Rossi who worked the fuel-mileage game to perfection to win the Indy 500.

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Rossi stuns racing world with Indy 500 win (3:10)
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Rossi with the fuel run for the ages (1:16)
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Rossi at loss for words in Victory Circle (2:26)
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Rossi has enough fuel to win Indy 500 (0:32)
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2dLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton wins dramatic Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton claims a superb first victory of 2016 in Monaco after Red Bull blundered and threw away what looked like a certain win for Daniel Ricciardo.

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2dJohn Oreovicz

Montoya out of Indy 500 after crash on Lap 64

Juan Pablo Montoya's quest to become a three-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 ended in the Turn 2 wall Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton thanks 'gentleman' Rosberg

Monaco Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton has thanked Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg for moving aside and letting him pass at a crucial moment of Sunday's race.

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3hNate Saunders

Hamilton: Ricciardo 'one of the best I've raced'

Lewis Hamilton praised Daniel Ricciardo as "one of the best" he's ever raced against after beating the Red Bull driver to victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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4dRyan McGee

McGee: 'The Greatest Spectacle in Racing' indeed

They still gather at the gravesite of Ray Harroun, the first winner of the Indy 500 in 1911. They will gather Sunday at "The Speedway" for the 100th running in numbers rarely, if ever, seen.

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Newgarden fools everyone on media day (2:02)
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The centennial the greatest Indy 500 of them all? (1:53)
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Racing icons share memories of Indy 500 (3:44)
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3dNate Saunders

Grosjean criticises Mercedes' behaviour in Q2

Romain Grosjean criticised Mercedes for driving slowly in Q2 and causing "s---loads" of traffic, something he said cost Haas a place in the top ten.

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3dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: The 500 in 2000 and beyond

Tire issues, F1's departure, open-wheel unification, Tony George's fall, Helio Castroneves' three trips to Victory Lane and the Danica Patrick phenomenon took center stage at Indy in the 2000s.

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All-Access at the Indy 500 (1:46)
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Letterman will fake his death if team doesn't win Indy 500 (1:27)
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Helio's racing dictionary: Marbles (0:18)
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Helio's racing dictionary: Riding loose (0:21)
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Pat McAfee to sponsor Conor Daly's Indy car (1:24)
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Indy 500 Moment: Montoya storms back for win (0:41)
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3dNate Saunders

Ricciardo: Pole down to 'big Australian balls'

Daniel Ricciardo said he always felt a maiden Formula One pole position was achievable for him in Monaco but is sure it was more down to him than Renault's upgraded engine.

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Hinchcliffe: What a difference a year makes (1:35)
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4dMatt Willis, ESPN Stats & Information

Indianapolis 500: Stats & Info's preview

Key stats on the race's most competitive era, drivers to watch and past thrilling finishes. Check out the numbers.

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4dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Tony George reigns in the '90s

Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the 1990s rolled out the red carpet for two heavy hitters: track president Anton H. "Tony" George and four-time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears.

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4dNate Saunders

Hamilton: 2016 title is in God's hands

Lewis Hamilton explains his philosophical outlook to his world championship deficit to Nico Rosberg and why he feels 2016 is in the hands of God.

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5dLaurence Edmondson

Button on drain incident: I got lucky

Jenson Button said he was lucky come away from first practice at the Monaco Grand Prix with nothing more than a broken front wing after running over a loose drain cover on the exit of Ste Devote.

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Bianchi's family sues F1, team after his death

The family of Jules Bianchi is taking legal action against motorsports' governing body, the Marussia team and Formula One Management following the French driver's death from head injuries.