Aug 26

NEW Race Updates! F1 Belgian GP On-Site Coverage

Sebastian Vettel. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel. (Photo: Getty Images)

Dominant Vettel takes a step towards fourth title

Sebastian Vettel took a step closer to his fourth World Championship title by scoring a dominant win in Belgium.

Vettel dragged past pole man Lewis Hamilton on the straight after Eau Rouge on the first lap, and thereafter was never under threat. He now has a 46 point advantage over his nearest rival, Fernando Alonso.

Aug 25

Power Wins In Sonoma After Late Dixon penalty

Will Power. (Photo: Getty Images)

Will Power. (Photo: Getty Images)

Will Power won at Sonoma Raceway for the third time in four years Sunday, earning his first victory of the IndyCar season when he took advantage of a late penalty to Scott Dixon for injuring three members of Power’s pit crew.

Dixon led until he received a drive-through penalty with 15 laps to go for clipping a tire in the left hand of Power’s tire holder when Dixon left his pit directly behind Power’s Team Penske Chevrolet.

The tire holder went flying into another crew member, and a third member was injured by an air gun. Dixon thought Power’s crew got in his way on purpose, leaving him angry and confused by IndyCar’s latest call against him.

Aug 25

American GP3 Star Conor Daly Scores Double Podium At Spa-Francorchamps

Photo Credit: GP3 Series

Photo Credit: GP3 Series

U.S. race fans have desperately been searching for a current day American racer to compete and succeed in Formula 1, but to no avail.

GP3 standout and Indianapolis-native Conor Daly may soon change that.

Daly, son of former F1 racer Derek Daly, wasn’t able to score a win at Spa-Francorchamps, but a double podium effort places him in prime position to score his first GP3 championship.

“It was awesome to get two second places in a weekend,” Daly said. “That’s pretty good after some of the weekends we’ve had previously. It’s good to be in the points fight now.”

Aug 25

Marquez Not Slowing Down After Historic Win

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Photo Credit: Getty Images

Spanish rookie sensation Marc Marquez rode into the record books at the Czech Grand Prix today, the first rider to win five races in his rookie season.

No premier-class rookie has achieved this in the 65 year history of MotoGP.

And he had more bad news for his rivals after his superb win at the classic Brno Circuit, also his fourth straight victory this season.

Marquez has no intention of slowing down for a safe strategy in a bid to become the first rookie since American legend Kenny Roberts to win the title in his maiden season.

Marquez, 20, combines sublime skills with aggressive risk-taking and has the luxury of riding without the pressure of delivering the title this year.

Aug 25

Crashes Plague Brno Outing For Crutchlow, Smith

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Photo Credit: Getty Images

Cal Crutchlow and Bradley Smith’s Brno races both ended with frustration after crashes prevented them from getting the desired results.

Confident he could battle for a fifth podium of 2013 after securing pole position for the second time in his MotoGP career, Crutchlow was locked in an exciting battle with Valentino Rossi and Alvaro Bautista in the early laps.

However, the 27-year-old tumbled out of fourth position on lap eight. The Briton rejoined the 22-lap race fighting through from the back of the field to take 17th at the chequered flag.