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McLaughlin: Power’s “low percentage move” gifted vital IndyCar points to Palou

Scott McLaughlin says he was “disappointed” to be taken out of Sunday’s IndyCar Series race in Toronto by Team Penske team-mate Will Power, especially as they were running ahead of points leader Alex Palou at the time.Power punted McLaughlin into the wall at Turn 5 during an over-ambitious overtaking move with nine laps to go, with the driver of the number three car remaining trackside to ...Keep reading
Source: McLaughlin: Power’s “low percentage move” gifted vital IndyCar points to Palou
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Miller's lead KTM engineer set to join Honda in latest MotoGP market moves

Christian Pupulin, who serves as Jack Miller's technical manager at KTM, will join Honda next year and replace Giacomo Guidotti on Luca Marini's side of the garage, Autosport has learned.With the rider market having now settled down after some bombshell announcements around the Italian GP, the focus has shifted to the leading engineers on the grid.With the exception of Fabiano Sterlacchini, who ...Keep reading
Source: Miller's lead KTM engineer set to join Honda in latest MotoGP market moves
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Ducati reveals intent to take part in Suzuka 8 Hours with a factory team

Ducati has revealed its intention to take part in the Suzuka 8 Hours with a factory team in the coming years.The squad’s former MotoGP sporting director Paolo Ciabatti, who now heads up the marque’s off-road and regional superbike activities, has expressed a desire to take on Japanese marques in the blue riband round of the FIM Endurance World Championship as early as 2025.Ciabatti made those ...Keep reading
Source: Ducati reveals intent to take part in Suzuka 8 Hours with a factory team
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O’Ward “surprised” IndyCar didn’t call a yellow before huge Toronto pile-up

Arrow McLaren’s Pato O’Ward says IndyCar was “calling for a massive shunt” by not throwing a caution immediately for his spin at Toronto, which led to a massive multi-car pile-up moments later.O’Ward was on course for a top-six finish when he was caught out by rear-end locking and lost control of his car as he negotiated the first corner, in the shadow of Toronto’s signature Princes’ ...Keep reading
Source: O’Ward “surprised” IndyCar didn’t call a yellow before huge Toronto pile-up
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IndyCar Toronto: Herta ends win drought in red-flagged race

Andretti Global’s Colton Herta ended a more than two-year IndyCar win drought with victory in a dramatic Toronto street race that was red-flagged for a multi-car crash.After starting on pole, Herta managed to lead 81 of 85 laps on a weekend that saw him lead every session and eventually beat team-mate Kyle Kirkwood by 0.3469s to pick up his first win since May 2022 at the Indianapolis Motor ...Keep reading
Source: IndyCar Toronto: Herta ends win drought in red-flagged race
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Brown “angry” over Pourchaire story that was “factually very inaccurate”

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says he’s satisfied with his IndyCar driver Theo Pourchaire’s explanation of how a story published on a French website was “grossly inaccurate” and has since been taken down.An article on the online version of the AUTOhebdo magazine was published on Tuesday, which focused on Pourchaire’s removal from the #6 Arrow McLaren seat in favour of Nolan Siegel ahead ...Keep reading
Source: Brown “angry” over Pourchaire story that was “factually very inaccurate”
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Planes, trains and automobiles: Pourchaire’s mad McLaren IndyCar dash

Theo Pourchaire has revealed that he was in the United States just three days before he was called up to drive for Arrow McLaren in Toronto – but was in his native France just after midnight on Saturday morning when he received the signal.Pourchaire, who was dropped suddenly from Arrow McLaren’s No. 6 Chevrolet-powered entry before the Laguna Seca round last month, was recalled to drive its ...Keep reading
Source: Planes, trains and automobiles: Pourchaire’s mad McLaren IndyCar dash
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Herta hoping to end "brutal" IndyCar win drought after Toronto pole

It has been 799 days since Colton Herta has tasted champagne in Victory Lane, which came in a monsoon of a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course in May 2022He has been competitive for the majority of the 41 races over that stretch. When including his pole-winning run in Saturday’s qualifying bout on the streets of Toronto, he has amassed six starts from the top spot and an ...Keep reading
Source: Herta hoping to end "brutal" IndyCar win drought after Toronto pole
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Supercars Sydney: Mostert doubles up to step up title chase

Chaz Mostert made Sydney Motorsport Park his personal playground by streaking to a second Supercars win of the weekend.For the second day in a row, the final stanza of the race featured Mostert's Walkinshaw Andretti United Ford Mustang, after making two pitstops, chasing down a black Ford Mustang that had taken just one. On Saturday, that car was Grove Racing's Matt Payne; a day later, Tickford's ...Keep reading
Source: Supercars Sydney: Mostert doubles up to step up title chase
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IndyCar Toronto: Herta beats Kirkwood to pole, Palou penalised

Colton Herta stormed to a last-gasp pole over Andretti Global team-mate Kyle Kirkwood in a frantic qualifying session in Toronto.He stormed to a flying lap of 59.5431s around the temporary street circuit to claim the top spot to clinch his third pole of the season.The late lap by Herta dethroned Kirkwood, who ended up just 0.1304s in second.Fast Six qualifyingThe segment began with Juncos ...Keep reading
Source: IndyCar Toronto: Herta beats Kirkwood to pole, Palou penalised
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