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Apr 25

What To Watch: Your Weekend TV Schedule

MotoGP will be in Argentina this weekend for round 3 of the MotoGP season on FOX Sports 1 at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. (Photo: Getty Images)

MotoGP will be in Argentina this weekend for round 3 of the MotoGP season. The race will be shown LIVE on FOX Sports 1 at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. (Photo: Getty Images)

Friday, April 25

10 a.m. ET – NASCAR Cup Practice | Richmond (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
1 p.m. ET – NASCAR Cup Final Practice | Richmond (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
2 p.m. ET – NASCAR LIVE | Richmond (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
4:30 p.m ET – NASCAR LIVE | Richmond (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE
5 p.m. ET – NASCAR Cup Qualifying | Richmond (FOX Sports 1) *LIVE

Apr 24

IndyCar: Rookies impress early in 2014 season

(Photos: LAT Photographic)

Carlos Munoz (top left), Mikhail Aleshin (top right), Carlos Huertas (bottom left) and Jack Hawksworth (bottom right) are the four rookies currently in the 2014 IndyCar season. (Photos: LAT Photographic)

Amongst the 23 drivers that have competed so far in the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series are four rookies, which have already tallied three top-ten finishes in the first two races.

Carlos Munoz, Mikhail Aleshin and Carlos Huertas were all able to make their way through the carnage during the latest race in Long Beach to place third, sixth and 10th respectively.

Apr 24

MotoGP: Tire wear a hot topic entering this weekend’s Argentine GP

Argentina is the next stop for the 2014 MotoGP™ World Championship as the revamped Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo hosts round three of the season.

The 4.8km circuit is characterized by numerous fast, long-radius corners that are expected to result in one of the highest average speeds of the year. High speeds, hard braking zones and high camber angles of some corners results in this circuit being one of the more demanding for tires.

Apr 24

F1: Hakkinen blasts Vettel for ignoring orders

Mika Hakkinen, seen here during the German GP in 2011, won the Formula 1 drivers championship for McLaren two times. (Photo: Getty Images)

Mika Hakkinen, seen here during the German GP in 2011, won the Formula 1 drivers championship in 1998 and 1999. (Photo: Getty Images)

Former world champion Mika Hakkinen has criticized Sebastian Vettel for ignoring team orders.

Although Red Bull and the German driver have claimed Vettel ultimately decided to let teammate Daniel Ricciardo past in China, initially he answered “tough luck” when the radio call came.