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1dNate Saunders

Tyre selection a disadvantage for Haas

Guenther Steiner says Pirelli's tyre selection process is further complicating Haas' biggest problem area in its debut F1 season.

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When Jay Leno's joyride goes wrong (1:02)
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Haas goes 'all or nothing' with Austria tyres (2:47)
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F1 considers bonus payments overhaul (2:28)
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3dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Bad day for Simon Pagenaud opens up title chase

Will Power was tough to beat Sunday, but IndyCar leader Simon Pagenaud believed he had a shot. Then Pagenaud's engine faltered, and more than just Power are looming large in the title picture.

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When you fall, you get back up...and steal a scooter (1:06)
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Power holds off Kanaan to win at Road America

Pole sitter Will Power has picked up his second IndyCar series victory of the year, winning by 0.74 seconds Sunday after holding off Tony Kanaan's last-lap surge at Road America.

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5dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: IndyCar returns to Road America

A favorite road course among fans and drivers, Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., welcomes the open wheel series back for the first time since 2007. The drivers couldn't be more thrilled.

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8dNate Saunders

Radio Ga Ga: The Kimi Raikkonen Show

If you thought Lewis Hamilton's radio messages were the most entertaining in Baku, you were mistaken, with Kimi Raikkonen also dominating the airwaves at the Grand Prix of Europe.

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INDYCAR OKs Newgarden's return at Road America

Josef Newgarden has been cleared by INDYCAR to race Sunday at Road America, two weeks after breaking his right collarbone in a crash at Texas.

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Can Haas string a race weekend together? (0:57)
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See-Saw effect at Mercedes (1:08)
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How can Red Bull improve? (1:21)
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Should McLaren switch focus to 2017? (1:19)
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Finally a three-man championship? (1:06)
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11dLaurence Edmondson

Wolff: F1 needs more circuits like Baku

Toto Wolff says Formula One needs more venues like the Baku street circuit in order to highlight the speed of the cars and skill of the drivers.

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Gow: Radio rules hamper Hamilton (2:00)
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10dNate Saunders

How Hamilton's radio drama unfolded in Baku

How Lewis Hamilton's stressed radio drama developed in the Grand Prix of Europe as he grew frustrated with Mercedes' inability to advise him on switch settings.

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Porsche wins Le Mans on Toyota's final-lap falter

With Brad Pitt giving the official race start at the 24 Hours Le Mans endurance race, it fittingly ended with a Hollywood finish as Porsche defended its title in dramatic fashion.

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Fans badly hurt in rally car crash on Mallorca

Emergency services on the Spanish island of Mallorca say four spectators were seriously injured when a rally car slammed sideways into them during a race.

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Qualifying ends in mixed emotions for Mercedes (1:02)
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Great recovery sees Ricciardo take third (1:08)
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Mercedes on a different planet (0:40)
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One Nación: Carlos Muñoz has no regrets

Of course Carlos Muñoz would like to have won the Indy 500 by now, but the driver from Bogota, Colombia, isn't going to second-guess being a runner-up twice.

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Ferrari falter in Baku (0:38)
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13dNate Saunders

Alonso: Too early to write off 2016

Fernando Alonso says McLaren cannot afford to abandon 2016 at this stage of the current season if it wants to be a true title contender next year.

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13dLaurence Edmondson

Bernie: F1 has clear conscience racing in Baku

Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One arrives in Azerbaijan for this weekend's Grand Prix of Europe with a clear conscience, despite calls from human rights groups for the sport to make a stand.

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Ferrari threw away the race (1:38)
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Muldowney on health scare: 'I needed a break'

When Shirley Muldowney was told she had lung cancer, she planned to fight it alone. But after a reversal in the diagnosis, the drag racing legend is happy to share her good fortune.

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10dBob Pockrass

Keselowski tests IndyCar; no plans to compete

Brad Keselowski called Wednesday "one of the best days of my life" after he took laps in an IndyCar during a test run, but he said there are no plans for him to compete in an IndyCar event.

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Desert race through Nev. monument criticized

Conservationists are asking the White House to put the brakes on plans to allow a popular off-road race in the Nevada desert whose route goes through a newly established national monument.

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24dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: A power turn for Will Power at Detroit

Will Power got penalized for the Dual in Detroit Race 2 in qualifying on Sunday, then he went out and showed everyone how to win a race, writes John Oreovicz.