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07/22 2018

OBEYING ORDERS? MERCEDES’ VALTTERI BOTTAS, FERRARI’S KIMI RÄIKKÖNEN TAKE ONE FOR THE TEAM IN F1 GERMAN GRAND PRIX

Both seemingly backed off with possibly victory in sight BY:  SAM HALL Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen took one for the team to help their championship-chasing Formula One teammates at the German Grand Prix. Both Bottas and Räikkönen are still in the championship hunt and, should Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel slip — as Vettel […]

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07/11 2018

INDYCAR SWITCH: CONOR DALY REPLACING GABBY CHAVES FOR TORONTO AT HARDING RACING

  Conor Daly will get the start in Toronto for Harding Racing.PHOTO BY MOTORSPORT IMAGES-LAT Chaves parked after starting first 11 races of the season BY:  BRUCE MARTIN Gabby Chaves has been parked in favor of Conor Daly for this weekend’s Honda Indy Toronto Verizon IndyCar Series street race. Daly will drive the No. 88 Chevrolet on the temporary street […]

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05/01 2018

NHRA legend Don ‘Snake’ Prudhomme completes Mexican 1000 off-road race, 50 years later By Jerry Bonkowski

  Photos courtesy Don Prudhomme If Don Prudhomme rear-ended another driver on a Southern California freeway, you couldn’t blame the other driver if he or she would be at least a bit upset. But when Prudhomme rear-ended another driver during this past week’s Mexican 1000 off-road race in Baja, California, well, let’s just say the […]

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04/06 2018

This Is Why We Call Cars Sedans, Limousines, And Saloons Jason Torchinsky

Everyone knows what a sedan is, right? Of course you do. They’re three-box cars, often with four doors, and two rows of seats. They’re pretty much the shape of the generic, iconic everycar used to convey the very concept of “car.” Did you ever wonder why they’re called “sedans?” No? Too bad, I’m going to tell you anyway. And, […]

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03/27 2018

The Former Cabaret Dancer Who Became ‘The Bugatti Queen’ And The Fastest Woman Alive BY:  Elizabeth Werth

  Photo: Agence de presse Meurisse (Bibliothèque national de France) With hands burned and blistered by a red-hot steering wheel and a head still reeling from a long night of sex and champagne, former cabaret dancer Hellé Nice won the first all-female Grand Prix at Montlhéry, France in 1929. Thus began a short but victory-filled career wrought […]

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