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IndyCar: Indianapolis
Happy winners of the Indy 500 - Driver Alexander Rossi (R) and co-team owners Michael Andretti and Bryan Herta

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Not sure who is happier, team owners Bryan Herta and Michael Andretti (both right) or race winner American Rookie Alexander Rossi who gets a milk bath

IndyCar: Indianapolis
Russian Mikhail Aleshin spins

IndyCar: Indianapolis
American rookie Alexander Rossi drinks the traditional milk after winning the Indy 500

F1: Monaco
Race winner Lewis Hamilton tosses his trophy

F1: Monaco
Lewis Hamilton holds off Daniel Ricciardo

MotoGP: Mugello
Marc Marquez took the lead in the final turn but Lorenzo powered by him at the line in a photo finish

MotoGP: Mugello
Race winner Jorge Lorenzo and his adoring fans

NASCAR: Charlotte
Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sprint All-Star Race
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Coca-Cola 600 Post Race Press Conference
  Charlotte Motor Speedway

Martin Truex, Jr. – Driver
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Martin Truex, Jr. Scores Dominant Coca Cola 600 Win
  by Pete McCole
Following race after race of coming so close and falling short time and time again, Martin Truex, Jr. finally got the monkey off his back and broke through for his first victory of the season - and he did it with a dominating race for the record books.Truex, Jr. led 392 of 400 laps to win Sunday night's Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, setting the record for the most laps led in the 57-year history of the event.Kevin Harvick was second, followed by Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski.
Indy 500 Post-Race Press Conference
  Winning Driver and Team Owners
Winner: Alexander Rossi
Team Co-Owner Bryan Herta
Team Co-Owner Michael Andretti
Rookie Alexander Rossi wins 100th Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford

In the best Indy 500 ever, Alexander Rossi turned the fastest race lap (225.288 mph) and then nursed his car to the start-finish line on fumes to win the 2016 Indy 500. His car didn’t even make it back to pit road, having run out of gas before he crossed the Yard of Bricks. Teammate Carlos Munoz finished second, and Josef Newgarden finished third. But the big story was Rossi who started his career with an eye on F1, ran out of money, and switched to IndyCar only to win the biggest race in the world on his first try.

Indy 500 Post-Race Press Conference (2nd & 3rd Place)
  2nd and 3rd Place
Newgarden takes 3rd

2nd Carlos Munoz
3rd Josef Newgarden

Monaco GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers
1 - Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2 - Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
3 - Sergio Perez (Force India).
Hamilton holds off Ricciardo to win Monaco GP
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
In a race that started wet and interrupted by several altercations, the Mercedes team only pitted Lewis Hamilton once from wets to ultrasoft tires and Hamilton did all the rest to keep polesitter Daniel Riccardo behind him and win his 2nd GP of Monaco. Force India's Sergio Perez held off the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel for 4th and Fernando Alonso drove a smart race to finish 5th for McLaren-Honda.
It's all quiet now at the Speedway
  by Mark J. Cipolloni

It’s all quiet now at the greatest sports venue in America, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The crews are done tinkering with the cars, the drivers off to bed early and the maintenance crews are doing their final touches – cleaning up the trash from the past two weeks, and putting a shine on the place before the 350,000 adrenaline junkies come flowing through the gates for the 100th time to witness the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indy 500.

Denny Hamlin Rallies To Score Charlotte Xfinity Victory
  by Pete McCole
Denny Hamlin proved that new tires will always trump old tires at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Hamlin rallied from a pit road penalty and took advantage of a late caution flag to come back and pass Joey Logano and Kyle Larson on the second-to-last lap in a three-lap overtime finish for the victory in Saturday’s Hisense 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Austin Dillon finished second, followed by Logano, Cole Custer and Justin Allgaier
Q&A with Indy 500 Pace Car Driver Roger Penske
  Winningest team owner in Indy history
Like the Indy 500, Mr. Penske, too, is celebrating a milestone this year. This is his 50th year as a team owner in motorsports. And his list of accomplishments, I could be here all morning, but I think the most pertinent one for this day is that his teams have won this race a record 16 times including a year ago with Juan Pablo Montoya. To pace this year's Indy 500, Mr. Penske will be driving a 2017 Camaro SS, 50th Anniversary Edition. It's the ninth time the a Camaro has paced the field, 27th time for Chevrolet since 1948.
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1 - Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
2 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Riccardo beats both Mercedes for pole in Monaco
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Daniel Riccardo has put his Red Bull on pole for the Monaco GP with a lap of 1m13.622s  It was the first pole of his career, and it comes at Monaco. A stunning lap from the Australian - stunning commitment, stunning speed and Ricciardo will start on the supersofts tomorrow too - double advantage. Nico Rosberg will start 2nd in his Mercedes ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton. A frustrated Sebastian Vettel was 4th for Ferrari.
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