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Sarah Fisher is going back to school.
Katherine Legge didn't know she'd have a shot at the Indianapolis 500 until it was time to qualify, when Schmidt Peterson Motorsports decided to put her in its second car at the last second.
An appeals committee denied Richard Childress Racing's request to have Clint Bowyer's championship-ending penalty reversed, and the team owner vowed Wednesday to fight the decision to NASCAR's highest level.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The start of the Indianapolis 500 was once described as driving through a blender set to puree.
In the decision, signed by John Capels, Lyn St. James, Waddell Wilson and nonvoting member George Silbermann, the panel said Manning argued in the tow truck explanation that the contact bent the left rear frame of the car upward.