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Supercars parts arrive over closed border

With freight lines still open between the two states, despite the border being closed due to a fresh coronavirus outbreak in Melbourne, WAU has been able to get two trucks with spares into the Sydney Motorsport Park hub so far thanks to backer Palm Trans. The second truck, which arrived at the circuit today, also included a pallet of parts for Kelly Racing, which is currently based on the Kelly ...Keep reading

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Free TV for Darwin Supercars round

It will be the second time this year that Network 10 has broadcast Supercars live, following its coverage of the season-opener in Adelaide back in February. The live action will start at 12pm on Saturday August 8 and 11:30am on Sunday August 9. Ten is currently in the final year of its FTA agreement with Supercars, which includes a mix of live and delayed broadcasts, which dovetails with the ...Keep reading

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Cole Custer grabs stunning Cup win at Kentucky in wild finish

Custer, 22, lined up sixth on a restart with two of 267 laps remaining and on the final lap took the field four-wide and came away with the lead, just clearing Martin Truex Jr.’s bumper. Kevin Harvick, who led on the restart, developed a bad tire rub and dropped out of contention as Custer held off Truex to win Sunday’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. The win is the ...Keep reading

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O’Ward “ecstatic” but also “disappointed” after stellar drive

The 21-year-old Mexican edged Colton Herta for pole position in the morning session, and went on to lead 43 of the race’s 55 laps, only relinquishing P1 during pit stops. However, in the final third of the race, Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda driver Rosenqvist hunted him down and on the penultimate lap, wrested the lead away at Turn 5. O’Ward admitted that he was delighted with his first podium ...Keep reading

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Leclerc takes full blame for Vettel accident

Leclerc ran into the rear of Vettel after trying to pass up the inside of his teammate at Turn 3 on the opening lap of Sunday's race at the Red Bull Ring. The collision left Vettel with damage that ended his race immediately, while Leclerc was instructed to retire four laps later due to a broken floor on his Ferrari SF1000 car. It marks the second time in four races that both Ferraris have ...Keep reading

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Formula 1 Styrian Grand Prix – how to watch, start time & more

After the success of the Austrian GP, F1 is making its second visit to the Spielberg-based venue this weekend, using the exact same track configuration. Lewis Hamilton will start the Styrian GP from pole position after topping a wet qualifying session by 1.2 second. Red Bull's Max Verstappen will line up alongside the Mercedes driver in second, while Carlos Sainz (McLaren) and Valtteri Bottas ...Keep reading

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Palou says there’s more to come, after third at Road America

Palou was a sensation in Japan’s Super Formula series last year, winning Rookie of the Year and almost winning the title until a mechanical problem in the championship decider. But his heart was set on IndyCar racing, and Dale Coyne’s heart was set on Palou after he proved super-fast in a test at Mid-Ohio. The 23-year-old Spaniard was fast in Spring Training at Circuit of The Americas in ...Keep reading

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Podcast: Reflections on sensational Styrian GP qualifying

After the final practice session washout, fears grew within the paddock that qualifying could be called off on Saturday afternoon as the forecasted storm delivered torrential rain which soaked the Austrian circuit. But after a 45-minute delay from its scheduled start time, qualifying for the first Styrian GP got underway in wet conditions which truly tested the skills of the F1 drivers. In a ...Keep reading

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IndyCar Road America: Newgarden beats Harvey to pole

As is customary for NTT IndyCar Series double-header weekends at road and street courses, the more usual qualifying format was replaced. Positions at the end of morning practice defined how the field was divided in two – odd-numbered in one group, even-numbered in the other – with the fastest driver (in this case Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power) getting to choose which group went out ...Keep reading

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