F1 Monaco Grand Prix – Sunday press conference

Mark Webber (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)  The post-race press conference in Monaco was a historic occasion, celebrating the first time in F1 history that a season has opened with six different winners from the first six races.

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Indy 500 - Dario Franchitti and Honda fastest on final Carb Day practice

Dario FranchittiFrequently updated news directly from the IZOD IndyCar series, teams and engine manufacturers.

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IndyCar Insight - Friday Part 1

Vergne's Alesi tribute Frequently updated news directly from the IZOD IndyCar series, teams and engine manufacturers.

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IndyCar Insight - James Hinchcliffe talks Indy 500

James HinchcliffeFrequently updated news directly from the IZOD IndyCar series, teams and engine manufacturers.

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Charlotte Burridge drives to impress at the DTM meeting

Charlotte Burridge (photo by Marc Waller)The Lotus Cup UK headed to Brands Hatch on the weekend of the 19th and 20th May to support the prestigious German DTM series that visits the Kent circuit every year.

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