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.Argentine GP, Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo, Bridgestone, MotoGP, Video
What do you get when you cross the jaw-dropping driving spectacle of Ken Block’s Gymkhana with a group of world-class soccer stars led by Brazilian ace Neymar Jr and two-time FIFA World Cup winner Cafu?
The answer is “Footkhana” and it is epic in every sense of the word.
In one of the most unlikely
soccer football matches of the year, Neymar and team are pitted against Block and his 650-horsepower Ford Fiesta rally car in a battle of precision and accuracy.
Sunday’s IndyCar race on the streets of Long Beach was setting up to be an instant classic before a multi-car wreck eliminated several of the top contenders, including race leader Josef Newgarden, pole-sitter Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe.
With 24 laps to go, Newgarden exited pit lane with the race lead ahead of Hunter-Reay and Hinchcliffe, but had colder tires than the two Andretti Autosport teammates. As they raced into Turn 4, Hunter-Reay made a bold move by trying to pass Newgarden on the inside, and it proved to be costly.IndyCar, Jack Hawksworth, James Hinchcliffe, Josef Newgarden, Long Beach, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Takuma Sato, Tony Kanaan, Video
Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto crushed the competition Saturday night in Seattle, Wash., winning by a margin of 12.14 seconds in front of a hometown crowd of 53,927 fans.
Villopoto’s night started out rocky when he was forced to transfer out of the second 450SX semi-final race, but it only went uphill from there. The Seattle-area native nailed the holeshot in the main event and then led all 20 laps to claim his fifth Monster Energy Supercross victory of 2014.James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, Seattle, Supercross, Video
Cole Seely needed a solid performance to keep his Western Regional 250SX Class title hopes alive, and he delivered Saturday night in front of 53,927 fans at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash.
The Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil Honda rider passed Dean Wilson on the opening lap of the 250SX Class main event and remained unchallenged for the remainder of the 15-lap race, ultimately earning his second win of the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season.
Cole Seely, Jason Anderson, Justin Hill, Seattle, Supercross, Video