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Topic - Auto Racing
There was no trash talking, no attempts at mind games. If there was tension or nerves, nobody could tell.
The Rocket Man got his fuel back.
Kevin Harvick Inc. has reached outside of auto racing into professional athlete management by signing a deal to represent UFC fighter Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone.
Nelson Piquet Jr.'s famous family name doesn't quite have the same kind of clout in NASCAR as it does in the rest of the auto racing world.
Nick Swisher has left the New York Yankees game against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday after walking in the third inning because of a tight left hamstring and will have a precautionary MRI.
Chase Utley will miss the entire exhibition schedule for the second straight year and will not be in the Philadelphia Phillies' opening-day lineup because of his injured knees.
As her car hurtled out of control toward the inside retaining wall at Daytona International Speedway, Danica Patrick did a split-second survey of her situation.
Scott Pruett will aim for the record books during the 50th anniversary of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
The setbacks just keep on coming for No. 15 Virginia Tech's defense.
With his car sliding all over the track, Jeff Gordon held off teammate Jimmie Johnson over a thrilling last 10 laps Tuesday to win the rain-delayed NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Danica Patrick lost her 63rd consecutive IndyCar race Sunday at Sonoma, and if you didn't already know her record is now 1 for 112, there's an entire website that obsessively tracks her lack of progress and touts her as "OVER-HYPED And UNDER-DESERVING!"
Danica Patrick finally pulled the curtain back on the worst-kept secret in auto racing, revealing her plans to leave IndyCar next year and race full time in NASCAR.
With the not-so-subtle shape of a stock car under cover just in front of her and spotlights glaring in her face, Danica Patrick feigned drama for an announcement everyone already knew was coming.
The owner of energy drink Red Bull plans to leave NASCAR at the end of this season, The Associated Press has learned.