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5:00 AM ET Ferrari reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi will take part in two practice sessions for Haas this year. Giovinazzi will replace Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher respectively for the opening session of the Italian and U.S. Grands Prix, giving him his first experience of Formula One’s new generation of race car. The move comes
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Aug 19, 2022 Associated Press MADISON, Ill. — There was no chance Meyer Shank Racing would risk four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves making history with another team. Curtailing that possibility, the team announced a one-year contract extension Friday that will bring Castroneves back for a 26th full IndyCar season. Castroneves won his fourth 500
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7:18 PM ET Associated Press BRAINERD, Minn. — Four-time defending Top Fuel champion Steve Torrence raced to his first victory of the season Sunday, defending his event win at Brainerd International Raceway in the 40th annual Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals. Beating eight-time season champ Tony Schumacher in the final round, Torrence picked up his 52nd
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Robert BoschNorth America Vice President of Electrification ErichBanhegyi Big Break: Being project leader of the team that designed Bosch’s first hybrid drive — an e-motor and clutch — which debuted in 2010. Age: 43 Valeo Regional Operations Quality Director FernandaBarrales Big Break: Moved from sales into a more technically challenging management career track in project
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11:54 PM ET Associated Press MADISON, Ill. — Josef Newgarden considers teammate Scott McLaughlin one of his closest friends, his “Bus Bro” at the racetrack, and the driver he knows will race him clean with a win on the line. That made it a lot easier for Newgarden to chase down McLaughlin on a restart
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OKYO — Denso Corp.‘s bold new move into air mobility is taxiing for takeoff with a new motor developed for a funky, futuristic all-electric jet aircraft. The motor is the first outcome of an alliance forged in 2019 between the Japanese supplier and U.S. aerospace giant Honeywell International to design, develop and produce electric air
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7:51 PM ET Associated Press BRAINERD, Minn. — Defending event champion Matt Hagan topped Funny Car qualifying Saturday in the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway. Paired with points leader Robert Hight for the final passes of the day, Hagan had a 3.843-second run at 331.36 mph in Tony Stewart Racing’s Dodge Charger
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1958 Maserati Source: Motorcar Studios ©2022 Courtesy of RM Sotheby’s Classic cars up for auction in Monterey, California, this week are expected to shatter records. Auction sales at the Monterey Car Week are expected to total between $300 million and $490 million, according to Hagerty Automotive Intelligence, the classic-car insurance and collector-lifestyle company. Experts say
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6:52 PM ET Associated Press MADISON, Ill. — IndyCar points leader Will Power won the pole for the Saturday night race at World Wide Technology Raceway and tied Mario Andretti for series pole record. The 67th pole of Power’s career was won Friday on the short oval near St. Louis. The Australian turned a lap
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As used electric vehicles become common, the largest auto auction houses grapple with how to value a car after factoring in the gradual degradation of aged batteries, which typically last eight to 10 years, or about 100,000 miles. Accurately judging the remainder of the battery’s useful life is crucial to building confidence in the used-EV
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12:23 PM ET As IndyCar’s youngest-ever winner, Colton Herta is drawing interest from F1. AP Photo/Darron Cummings Just call it the Curious Case of Colton Herta. This weekend marks the third-from-last event of the 2022 IndyCar season, and the final oval race of the year, on the egg-shaped World Wide Technology Raceway outside St. Louis. The
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