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Ferrari fastest in FP3; Ricciardo hits engine trouble

Sebastian Vettel led a Ferrari one-two in the final practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix as Daniel Ricciardo suffered a suspected turbo failure. Related Stories Related Stories Formula 1 In cold and windy conditions in Shanghai, Vettel was able to master the tricky track conditions best to post a 1m33.018s to lead teammate Kimi Raikkonen by nearly half a ...

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Brothers Kyle and Kurt Busch claim front row for Bristol Cup race

For the third time since both joined the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the Busch brothers will lead the field to green. Kyle Busch, fresh off his victory last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, grabbed the pole for Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway… Motorsport.com – NASCAR – Stories

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Red Bull needs ‘miracle’ to replace Ricciardo power unit

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says his mechanics need “to work a miracle” in order to get Daniel Ricciardo’s car ready for qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. Ricciardo slowed as smoke poured out the back of his car during FP3 in Shanghai, stopping on the exit of the penultimate corner and allowing marshals to push the car back ...

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Five things to watch in Saturday's Xfinity race at Bristol

The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to action on Saturday at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, which will be the first of four with the $ 100,000 Dash4Cash bonus on the line. Here are five things to watch in the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 (1 p.m. ET, Fox Sports 1): Four dri… Motorsport.com – NASCAR – Stories

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Hamilton quickest ahead of Räikkönen in first practice for Chinese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton finished more than three tenths of a second ahead of Kimi Räikkönen as practice for the Chinese Grand Prix got underway at the Shanghai International Circuit. The Mercedes driver set his quickest lap on Pirelli’s soft tyres, while Räikkönen needed the ultrasoft compound, two steps softer in the tyre manufacturer’s… News feed

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Hamilton quickest in FP2 in Shanghai as Räikkönen closes in

Lewis Hamilton continued to set the pace in practice ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix, but after enjoying a comfortable gap to rivals in first practice, the second session saw the Mercedes driver pressured as he outpaced Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen by just seven thousandths of a second. In the morning session at the Shanghai Internation… News feed

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Logano awed by visit to Dover Air Force Base

Joey Logano crashed Wednesday afternoon – but it wasn’t in a racing setting. The Team Penske driver was easily caught and then brought down by six-year-old Karlo, a Belgian Malinois military dog at Dover Air Force Base. Logano spent nearly six hours touring the base and meeting an abundance of airmen while promoting the upcoming Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ...

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Smart Cities Forum – Rome

Rome has joined the Smart Cities movement Rome has joined the Smart Cities movement, exploring ways of using innovation to enhance urban mobility services. A Smart City approach implies active use and implementation of digitalisation, connectivity and clean energy solutions. Rome is worki… News feed

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Larson still feeling effects of 'one of my hardest hits'

Kyle Larson feels his Turn 1 hit last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway could have been worse, even if it registered as the hardest one he’s had. Speaking Friday morning before he gets back it his Chip Ganassi Racing car in Bristol, Larson said he felt “relatively fine” after the accident. The No. 42 Chevrolet… NASCAR

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Roundtable: Will aero package work for All-Star Race?

8:49 AM ET NASCAR’s annual All-Star Race, an event that first took place in 1985, has been in a constant state of change in recent years as the governing body has tried relentlessly to enhance the on-track competition, as well as entertain its fans. And this year is no different.

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