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May 17th, 2013
Carl Edwards and Roush Fenway claimed pole position for Saturday night’s non-championship NASCAR All-Star race at Charlotte as the new qualifying system proved a hit. Drivers had to complete three flying laps including a mandatory four-tyre-change pitstop to set a qualifying time.
May 17th, 2013
Craig Breen established a 19.5-second early lead over Robert Kubica as the European Rally Championship resumed in Corsica. SS1 featured slippery conditions while sunshine emerged for a dry SS2, but whatever the weather, Peugeot driver Breen had a comfortable margin over his rivals.
May 11th, 2013
Cypriot Tio Ellinas won the first race of the second-generation GP3 Series at Barcelona on Saturday afternoon, fending off late-race pressure from Patric Niederhauser and Conor Daly. Poleman Ellinas stormed into the lead at the start in his Marussia machine, and quickly pulled away from Jenzer’s Niederhauser
May 4th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb clinched his eighth Rally Argentina victory with an ultimately dominant performance on what is planned to be his penultimate World Rally Championship appearance. Making the third of just four scheduled WRC starts this year, the partially-retired Loeb feared he would be too rusty to match the dominant Sebastien Ogier, who initially pulled away. The two Frenchmen engaged in an intense battle, with Loeb beginning to claw back time on Ogier before the Volkswagen driver made a mistake on Friday morning and fell to third
April 21st, 2013
Sebastian Vettel breezed to his second victory of the 2013 Formula 1 season in the Bahrain Grand Prix. The world champion thrust his Red Bull to the front amid spectacular early dicing, then left the action behind
April 20th, 2013
Fabio Leimer won the Bahrain GP2 Series feature race at the Sakhir circuit, the second round of the Formula 1 feeder championship. The Racing Engineering driver won from pole position, but his near one-second advantage from qualifying did not quite translate into the easy victory run he might have expected
April 12th, 2013
Mads Ostberg grabbed the Rally of Portugal lead from Sebastien Ogier at the end of stage two on Friday morning. Ogier had already looked capable of delivering a third straight dominant win when he came through the opening Mu stage four seconds clear of nearest rival Ostberg
April 11th, 2013
Dani Sordo set the fastest time on the qualifying stage for the Rally of Portugal, with World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier in second place. Citroen’s Spanish star built on his Fafe Rally Sprint victory last Saturday with scratch time at the three-mile stage close to the rally’s Faro base.
April 6th, 2013
Stoffel Vandoorne nursed a badly flat-spotted tyre home to take a dominant victory on his Formula Renault 3.5 debut at Monza on Saturday. The McLaren junior driver suffered a huge lock-up into Turn 1 on lap 12 when he had already broken clear of the chasing pack after a messy start. But the resulting flat spot from that lock-up gave him a huge vibration
March 24th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel denied Mark Webber in a ferocious Red Bull intra-team battle to secure Malaysian Grand Prix victory.
March 24th, 2013
Jack Hawksworth capitalised on some good fortune to win on his Indy Lights debut in St Petersburg. The Pro Mazda champion had rebounded from a bad start and was running third when leader and Schmidt team-mate Gabby Chavez was collected by second-placed Carlos Munoz as the pair went into the first corner on lap 10.
March 23rd, 2013
Kimi Raikkonen’s penalty for blocking Nico Rosberg in Q3 is the only change to the starting grid for the Malaysia Grand Prix since qualifying .
March 10th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier completed his domination of Rally Mexico as he wrapped up victory and a maximum score on Sunday’s final loop of stages. Ogier had a scare after the morning’s opening Guanajuatito stage when he had to spend 20 minutes fixing a sensor issue on his Volkswagen.
February 28th, 2013
James Calado was quickest as the first GP2 test of 2013 wrapped up at Jerez on Thursday. Tom Dillmann, still hunting for a drive, had set the pace on the opening two days with new team Hilmer. But the German squad opted not to run on the final day bar a quick shakedown lap
February 23rd, 2013
Sergio Perez came away from his second test as a McLaren Formula 1 driver with the fastest time of the week at Barcelona. The Mexican’s 1m21.848s lap on Wednesday edged out Fernando Alonso and Ferrari’s Thursday benchmark by 0.027 seconds. The test’s quickest times all came from short one-lap runs on soft tyres, although with varying fuel loads and track conditions involved, they cannot be seen as a definitive measure of qualifying-pace
February 20th, 2013
Sergio Perez put McLaren on top on day two of Barcelona Formula 1 testing. The Wednesday afternoon session featured few changes from the opening part of the day , but the most significant came early on. Perez’s lap of 1m21.848s was achieved on a one-lap sprint on soft tyres, and deposed morning pacesetter Sebastian Vettel by 0.349 seconds.
January 18th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb had time to enjoy the scenery as he maintained his Monte Carlo Rally advantage on Friday morning. The world champion took a cautious approach to the snowy St Jean en Royans stage, which he described as “the most beautiful of the rally”, and was still fastest by 1.5 seconds over Sebastien Ogier.
January 17th, 2013
Stephane Peterhansel remained on course for another Dakar victory as his X-raid Mini team-mate Nani Roma surged into third on stage 12. Roma set the pace on the Fiambala to Copiapo leg and in the process snatched the final podium spot from fellow X-raid man Leonid Novitskiy
January 14th, 2013
Nani Roma went fastest on the ninth stage of the Dakar Rally while his X-raid Mini team-mate Stephane Peterhansel opened up a big lead as chief rival Nasser Al-Attiyah hit trouble. While Peterhansel was able to set the second-best time on the 368-mile run from Tucuman to Cordoba in Argentina, Al-Attiyah’s day consistently got worse. After losing around seven minutes to Peterhansel during the opening half of the stage, the Qatari’s Red Bull buggy ground to a halt several times during the final 20 miles with a suspected engine problem
January 13th, 2013
Stephane Peterhansel retains a 3m14s lead heading into the second half of the 2013 Dakar Rally after organisers finalised the results from Saturday’s disrupted stage . Only five cars reached the end of the stage as many competitors became stuck around a swollen riverbed, leading to the stage’s neutralisation