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Worker killed at temporary Vegas Strip auto race grandstand construction site identified

Authorities have identified a worker who was fatally injured during the weekend building a temporary Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix spectator site in front of the Bellagio resort fountains More »


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Byron gets milestone win for Hendrick and moves closer to chance to race for team's next Cup title

William Byron grew up a huge fan of Hendrick Motorsports when watching Jimmie Johnson win championships More »


IndyCar to return to Milwaukee Mile in 2024. Texas off schedule for first time since 1997 season

IndyCar will return to the Milwaukee Mile next season and Texas Motor Speedway is off the calendar for the first time since 1997 in the 2024 schedule More »


Max Verstappen easily wins the F1 Japanese Grand Prix to edge closer to 2023 series title

Runaway series leader Max Verstappen has returned to dominant form by winning the Japanese Grand Prix and moving a step closer to securing his third consecutive Formula One drivers’ championship More »


Hamilton and Sainz warn that Red Bull still has the advantage despite a dismal weekend in Singapore

The Singapore Grand Prix had a dramatic finish as four cars from three teams fought for the podium More »


Denny Hamlin doubles down in declaration that this is his year to finally win NASCAR championship

Denny Hamlin is doubling down on his declaration that this is his year to win the NASCAR championship More »


Sainz wins thrilling Singapore Grand Prix as Verstappen and Red Bull's streaks end

Carlos Sainz Jr. has won the Singapore Grand Prix for Ferrari as Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s historic win streaks in Formula One came to an end More »


Hamlin wins at Bristol as reigning NASCAR champion Joey Logano eliminated from playoffs

Denny Hamlin won NASCAR’s playoff race at Bristol Motor Speedway while two former champions were eliminated Saturday night More »


Max Verstappen hits back at Mercedes team principal dismissing his Formula One record

Max Verstappen has hit back at Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff’s dismissal of his Formula One record for consecutive wins and suggested his rivals might do better to draw inspiration from his achievements More »


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