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Motor racing-Le Mans 24 Hours race starts with relief but no crowd

LE MANS, France, Sept 19 (Reuters) - The 24 Hours of Le Mans started behind closed doors on Saturday, a sad first for a race approaching its centenary but with organizers thankful at least to have some action. More »

 

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UPDATE 1-Motorcycling-Viñales bags pole for Emilia Romagna race as Bagnaia penalized

Sept 19 (Reuters) - Yamaha's Maverick Viñales took pole position for Sunday's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after a dramatic final qualifying session on Saturday in which Pramac Racing's pace-setter Francesco Bagnaia was penalized for exceeding track limits. More »

 

Mayer, 17, foils Playoff drivers with win at Bristol

A 17-year-old stole the thunder from the Playoff drivers at Thunder Valley. More »

 

Motorcycling-Valencia Grand Prix in talks over admitting spectators

Sept 17 (Reuters) - Valencia Grand Prix organizers are looking to welcome fans into the Ricardo Tormo Circuit for the second of two races in November provided health authorities give their approval, MotoGP said on Thursday. More »

 

NASCAR Weekend Preview: Bristol Motor Speedway

The upside? Both Ryan Blaney and Matt DiBenedetto have shown excellent speed at Bristol Motor Speedway. More »

 

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NASCAR CUP SERIES: BASS PRO SHOPS NRA NIGHT RACE (500 laps, 266.5 miles around a .533-mile oval), Bristol Motor Speedway; Bristol, Tenn. More »

 

Motorcycling-Moto2 rider Martin to miss second race due to COVID-19

Sept 16 (Reuters) - Jorge Martin's Moto2 championship hopes have suffered another blow with the Spaniard's Red Bull KTM Ajo team replacing him for Sunday's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after he continued to test positive for COVID-19. More »

 

Motor racing-F1 teams adamant triple-headers cannot become the norm

LONDON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - As Formula One teams return home to rest and gather breath after three successive triple-headers, bosses have stressed that such intense scheduling cannot become the norm. More »

 

Motor racing-Hamilton says he will not let up on campaigning for justice

LONDON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said he would not let up on using his platform to campaign for racial justice as the sport's governing body confirmed there would be no investigation into his actions at the Tuscan Grand Prix. More »

 

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