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Kevin Harvick says Stewart-Haas Racing’s plan to attack Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway was a good, but sometimes plans go awry.
Kurt Busch, who was leading Talladega at the white flag, ended up 14th in the finishing order after running out of fuel.
The ending didn’t go quite as Stewart-Haas Racing had planned but the result was just as important.
Katherine Legge says she is disappointed about failing to clinch the IMSA GT Daytona championship, but is proud of the Meyer Shank Racing team and co-drivers who helped her title quest.
Kevin Harvick took the Stage 2 win at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway as Stewart-Haas Racing dominated again.
Jonathan Rea overcame illness to win the second World Superbike race at Villicum and become the first World Superbike rider in history to win 10 successive races in a single season.
Outgoing IMSA Prototype champion Jordan Taylor said he’s happy that Petit Le Mans victory means that at least Wayne Taylor Racing has maintained its 100 percent record of scoring at least one win every season.
Kurt Busch led from start to finish in the first stage at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Felipe Nasr says that clinching the IMSA Prototype championship in his inaugural season in the WeatherTech SportsCar series was “unbelievable” given the difficulties the team encountered at Petit Le Mans.
McLaren is developing a new GT3 racer based on its latest 720S sportscar in-house for 2019. Charles Bradley tried the road-going supercar for size at a Californian test track as part of its Pure McLaren academy.
DTM chief Gerhard Berger says Mick Schumacher reminds him of his father Michael in many ways, and believes Mick can make it to Formula 1 if he continues to show the form that took him to the European F3 title.