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May 11

F1: Hamilton Wins Fourth Straight Race At Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning his fourth straight race. (Photo: Getty Images)

Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning his fourth straight race. (Photo: Getty Images)

Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg sped away to their fourth straight one-two finish at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday in a dominant performance that does not bode well for the rest of the Formula One field.

Hamilton took off from pole position and stayed ahead of Rosberg — despite the German closing to less than a second in a tense final lap — to record a fourth consecutive victory and move ahead of his teammate in the overall standings.

Hamilton’s 100 points after five races put him three points ahead of Rosberg, who failed to find a way in front of his main rival for a fourth straight time after winning the season opener.

May 10

IndyCar: Hinchcliffe Suffers Concussion At Indy GP

James Hinchcliffe will be re-evaluated before stepping back into a race car. (Photo: Getty Images)

James Hinchcliffe will be re-evaluated before stepping back into a race car. (Photo: Getty Images)

James Hinchcliffe suffered a concussion Saturday when he was hit in the head with debris in the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.

Hinchcliffe suddenly pulled off the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway following a restart and could be seen holding his head with both hands as he exited his car. The Canadian was taken from the track on a stretcher and transported to a hospital.

May 10

F1: Rosberg ‘Disappointed’ To Lose Out To Hamilton

Nico Rosberg will once again start second to teammate Lewis Hamilton. (Photo: Getty Images)

Nico Rosberg will once again start second to teammate Lewis Hamilton. (Photo: Getty Images)

Nico Rosberg admits that he was disappointed to lose pole to teammate Lewis Hamilton in Spain after beating him in both Q1 and Q2.

Hamilton found a little extra pace when it mattered in Q3.

“I’m definitely very disappointed,” said Rosberg. “I don’t particularly enjoy coming second to Lewis. I am of course disappointed but in the end it was a good lap from me, so Lewis just did a better job and that’s just the way it is.

May 10

IndyCar: Pagenaud Stretches Fuel To Win On Indy Road Course

Simon Pagenaud celebrates after winning the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. (Photo: Getty Images)

Simon Pagenaud celebrates after winning the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. (Photo: Getty Images)

Indianapolis Motor Speedway officially opened for the month of May with a chaotic road course race that started with a wreck, saw James Hinchliffe and the mayor of the city injured by flying debris, and, finally, Simon Pagenaud celebrate a fuel-mileage victory.

Pagenaud won the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday, the first IndyCar Series race on IMS’ road course, by stretching his fuel the final 29 laps.

The Frenchman was one of several drivers to gamble on gas, and he took the lead when Oriol Servia had to stop with four laps remaining. Pagenaud managed to make it to the finish for his third series victory despite having to keep an eye on his mirrors.

May 10

IndyCar: Indianapolis Mayor Hit By Crash Debris At Start Of Indy GP

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is seen at an Indianapolis Motor Speedway event in March 2014. (Photo: IMS)

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is seen at an Indianapolis Motor Speedway event in March 2014. (Photo: IMS)

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard was hit in the arm by debris at the start of Saturday’s IndyCar race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Ballard was waving the green flag to indicate the start of the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis when pole-sitter Sebastian Saavedra was hit on the front straightaway by Carlos Munoz and then Mikhail Aleshin.