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The IndyCar Series has long been dominated by three powerhouse teams, leaving those outside Andretti, Ganassi and Penske fighting for scraps.
Elliott Sadler is back in a Sprint Cup car this weekend for the first of three scheduled races with Joe Gibbs Racing, and is hoping to show enough to land a full-time ride for next season.
Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson spent Friday morning at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach shooting photos of the American Le Mans Series and IndyCar Series practice sessions before heading to Angels Stadium for his evening game against the Detroit Tigers.
The Chicago Cubs are hoping to build a video scoreboard at Wrigley Field that is roughly three times the size of the park's famed center field scoreboard.
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Greg Biffle is looking forward to a do-over on a 1 1/2-mile track in the new Sprint Cup car.
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