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2dRyan McGee

At 67, John Force still can't hit the brakes

Last weekend he earned a record-extending victory by driving his Chevy Funny Car 319.45 mph. He's as old as a presidential candidate, but John Force can't slow down.

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Sponsor Target leaving IndyCar after 27 seasons

Target will leave IndyCar at the end of this season after 27 years with Chip Ganassi Racing that included 11 championships and four Indianapolis 500 victories.

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'If Halo saves lives, it has to come in' (2:23)
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Surprises in store at Hockenheim? (2:40)
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Pressure on Rosberg as Hamilton leads (2:31)
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2dNate Saunders

'Race from hell this is going to be!'

ESPN rounds up the best soundbites from the Hungarian Grand Prix as the radio rules and F1's stewards were once again under the microscope.

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Is Formula One over-regulated? (2:48)
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Ricciardo set for his 100th Grand Prix (1:55)
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Gow: Hamilton has psychological edge (1:31)
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Legard: Radio rules making F1 looks stupid (1:19)
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Hamilton breaks Hungaroring record (0:53)
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Rosberg loses Championship lead (1:03)
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Tomac wins for 2nd time in last 3 moto events

Eli Tomac was second in the first moto and won the second, resulting in his second overall Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship victory in the past three 450 Class events.

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WATCH: Rosberg signs his new deal (1:36)
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7dNate Saunders

How the 2017 F1 grid is shaping up

ESPN looks at how the 2017 grid currently looks after Mercedes confirmed two more years with Nico Rosberg at the team.

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Nate Saunders

Over to you, Nico ....

ESPN assistant editor Nate Saunders previews the Hungarian Grand Prix, with the focus on Nico Rosberg and his need to hit back with a victory at the Hungaroring.

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8dNate Saunders

Horner predicts Vettel to Mercedes in 2018

Christian Horner thinks Sebastian Vettel will force a move to Mercedes for the 2018 season if Ferrari does not prove it can challenge for championships.

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8dNate Saunders

Grosjean unfazed by Ferrari retaining Raikkonen

Romain Grosjean says he is unfazed by Ferrari's decision to retain Kimi Raikkonen for another year and is instead focused on taking Haas to the podium places.

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12dKate Walker

Striving for safety in Formula One

Kate Walker on why safety remains the priority in Formula One and what the next steps are in understanding and reducing the impact of accidents.

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What can we expect from the Hungarian Grand Prix? (2:37)
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Power takes IndyCar victory in Toronto (1:24)
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12dAlexander Rossi

Rossi: Time at ESPYs was inspiring experience

Winning the Indy 500 had to be the thrill of a lifetime, but Alexander Rossi writes that attending this year's ESPYs was special, and inspiring, as well.

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14dJohn Oreovicz

Oreovicz: Toronto track may prove trickiest yet

The race course for Sunday's Honda Indy Toronto will be different, and maybe not in a good way. But after 30 years in Toronto, change is afoot, and that can ultimately be a good thing.

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'Indycar has better racing than Formula 1' (1:17)
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13dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg not thinking about shrinking points lead

Nico Rosberg insists he is not concerned by the speed at which Lewis Hamilton has managed to slash his lead in the drivers' championship to one point.

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14dNate Saunders

Bianchi's father wants 'justice for Jules'

The father of the late Jules Bianchi says he has "nothing to lose" as he takes legal action against the FIA, F1 and Marussia over his son's fatal crash in 2014.

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Chilton: I'd choose Aeroscreen over Halo (1:27)
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14dLaurence Edmondson

Newey: 2017 aero gains will be in the detail

Red Bull designer Adrian Newey says the smaller details of the 2017 technical regulations will hold the key to unlocking performance next season.

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15dNate Saunders

Arrivabene: Ferrari cannot fail again in Hungary

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the team "cannot fail" at the Hungarian Grand Prix if it wants to genuinely fight Mercedes for the rest of the season.

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15dNate Saunders

American Ferrucci rules out quick jump to F1

American teenager Santino Ferrucci thinks it is unrealistic to target a quick elevation to F1 in the next few years despite his two days of testing for Haas at Silverstone.

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