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Dec 4

SportsCars: DP Testing To Resume As Teams Await Answers

Prototypes will return to testing at Daytona. (Photo: Brian Cleary/bcpix.com)

Prototypes will return for testing at Daytona. (Photo: Brian Cleary/bcpix.com)

Prototypes will return to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway next week, in what could prove to be a crucial test for teams, manufacturers and as they look to find solutions from the recent incident-filled preseason test.

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Dec 4

SportsCars: FIA Releases Confirmed 2014 WEC Calendar

SportsCars: FIA WEC Releases Confirmed 2014 Calendar

The World Motor Sport Council has confirmed the 2014 calendar for the World Endurance Championship. (Photo: DPPI/WEC)

The FIA World Motor Sport Council released Wednesday the confirmed 2014 calendar for the FIA World Endurance Championship, which features a date change.

As reported at SportsCar365.com

The Six Hours of Fuji moves back to its originally scheduled date of Oct. 10-12, after being placed one week earlier in a revised schedule issued by the WEC in October.

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Dec 4

SX: Countdown Begins — One Month Until Monster Energy AMA Supercross

SX: Countdown Begins — One Month Till Monster Energy AMA Supercross Feld Motor Sports and FOX Sports will broadcast the following on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2 beginning Jan. 4, 2014:

AMA

FIM World Championship

AMSOIL Arenacross

In 2014, 13 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship races will air live on FOX Sports 1 starting Jan. 4, at the season opener from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., with re-airings on FOX Sports 2, which will air three live races.

Monster Energy Supercross is seen in person by nearly 850,000 spectators per year, and when combined with expanding international television distribution and the FOX Sports 1 live coverage, the overall audience in 2014 will hit record numbers.

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Dec 4

F1: Revised 2014 F1 Calendar Confirmed By FIA

F1: Revised 2014 F1 Calendar Has Been Confirmed By FIA

Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Red Bull. (Photo: Getty Images)

There were no big surprises as the World Motor Sport Council published a definitive 2014 F1 calendar on Wednesday.

The only differences from an amended version circulating toward the end of the season is that the last three races have all moved back a week, with Abu Dhabi ending the season on Nov. 23 rather than Nov. 16.

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