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9hJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Dixon's big push?

Scott Dixon is simply better at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course than anyone else in the IndyCar Series. The question is, can he turn that advantage into a strong championship run?

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3dLaurence Edmondson

Renault closing on Lotus buyout decision

Renault tells ESPN it is close to a decision on whether it will set up its own works team by buying the existing Lotus outfit.

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Legard: You've got to feel for Nico Rosberg (1:02)
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Dungey wins at Washougal for 4th victory of year

Ryan Dungey won the rainy Washougal National on Saturday for his second straight Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships victory, fourth of the season and 42nd overall.

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Karam says he offered Carpenter olive branch

Despite getting dressed down by Ed Carpenter after some close racing in Iowa, rookie Sage Karam offered the IndyCar veteran an empty seat next to him on the plane ride home.

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15dTony Fabrizio

Engineers Gundlach, Mueller making a mark

They won't become celebrities, but IndyCar engineer Kate Gundlach and NASCAR's Andrea Mueller are playing key roles nonetheless in an area few women have.

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Ex-teammate honors Bianchi with Iowa win

Max Chilton won the Indy Lights race Saturday at Iowa after dedicating the race to former teammate Jules Bianchi, the French F1 driver who died Saturday from injuries from an October 2014 race.

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Bianchi will be missed by Formula One (1:02)
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16dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Montoya in command

The maturity and consistency shown by IndyCar Series leader Juan Pablo Montoya will make him hard to catch in the season's final four races, John Oreovicz writes.

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14dNate Saunders

'Seconds of potential' to be unlocked - McLaren

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier insists there are seconds, not tenths, to be unlocked from the team's current package from both the chassis and its Honda power unit.

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16dNate Saunders

Two U.S. teams on the F1 grid in 2016?

Investment group headed by race promotor Tavo Hellmund and New York financier James Carney hope to buy an existing team and join U.S.-based Haas F1 in time for 2016.

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20dNate Saunders

Williams 'clearly faster' than Ferrari - Smedley

Despite being beaten to the podium by Ferrari at Silverstone, Rob Smedley thinks the early stages of the race proves Williams is now 'clearly the second quickest car' behind Mercedes.

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Schumacher, Johnsons, Arana Jr. take Chicago wins (1:37)
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Ryan Dungey sweeps at Spring Creek National

Minnesota racer Ryan Dungey swept the 450 Class motos Saturday in the Spring Creek National for his third Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships victory of the season.

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Marquez wins German MotoGP for sixth time

World champion Marco Marquez beat Dani Pedrosa for a Repsol Honda 1-2 at the German Moto Grand Prix on Sunday, claiming his sixth straight in as many visits at the Sachsenring.

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