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  1. Well, this came as no surprise.... http://nodq.com/news/494735588.shtml Karen Jarrett out, says tonight is a very special occasion because they are coming at everyone live, they are making Impact Great. Karen announces that GFW and Impact Wrestling have officially merged.
  2. Results from Bahrain Grand Prix: 1. Vettel 2. Hamilton 3. Bottas 4. Räikkönen 5. Ricciardo 6. Massa 7. Perez 8. Grosjean 9. Hulkenberg 10. Ocon I honestly do think that if the 5 second penalty didn't occur, the finish would've been neck & neck. Either way, great driving by both Vettel & Hamilton. The prancing horse has proven to be doing well this season, even Kimi had a good car. Rough day for Max Verstappen & Carlos Sainz Jr. Renault finally getting some points thank to Nico. Alonso's car couldn't make it to the end, at least his started unlike Vandoorne's. Next up Russia. According to some reports, it seems Alonso may head back to Renault... http://www.grandprix247.com/2017/04/16/alonso-to-renault-talks-have-begun/ Fernando Alonso has made it clear that he will not spend another season in the doldrums, struggling at the back of the grid instead he wants to be in a team capable of delivering him a Formula 1 World Championship – and it has now emerged that talks have begun to get the Spaniard to return to Renault, the team of his glory years. Alonso does not have many options with a top team as Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari are highly unlikely destinations for him at this point. In World Endurance news: http://sportscar365.com/lemans/wec/fillon-2020-lmp1-direction-to-be-revealed-at-le-mans/ Further details on the 2020 LMP1 regulations, and news on LMP1 non-hybrid, are expected to be revealed at this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, according to ACO President Pierre Fillon. Fillon confirmed that a roadmap for the top prototype ranks, including the non-hybrid category, will be presented during the ACO’s annual press conference, which will now take place on Friday of race week, instead of the traditional Thursday. “We’ll have some news about LMP1 non-hybrid and [2020] hybrid rules at the 24 Hours of Le Mans,” Fillon told Sportscar365. “We are working. The only thing that we can say right now is that there’s an open discussion. Everyone is in very good spirits.” While talks have continued between current LMP1 manufacturers Porsche and Toyota, as well as Peugeot, which could rejoin the top class in 2020, Fillon said the main focus has been on cost reduction. Peugeot is understood to be working on a comeback, but only if costs are significantly slashed from the current budgets, which are understood to be in excess of $100 million annually. http://sportscar365.com/lemans/wec/wec-planning-format-changes-to-gte-in-2018/ The FIA World Endurance Championship is set to undergo a format change to the GTE class next year, aimed to increase the category’s visibility, championship organizers have revealed. FIA Endurance Commission President Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones said that “creative ideas” are are in the works that would give the factory-backed production-based class, which has received World Championship status this year, more exposure on existing weekends. “We would expect to see some evolution of the format itself by the beginning of next year,” Owen-Jones said. At least five manufacturers are set to compete in the GTE-Pro class in 2018, with BMW joining Ford, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Porsche, which has returned to full-factory competition this year with its mid-engined 911 RSR. It’s understood both Lamborghini and McLaren are actively evaluating GTE programs, for as early as 2019. “The GT category could have more visibility than it has now,” Todt said. “The first step in the evolution, together with Pierre, Lindsay and their teams, we will see what could be the next step to highlight the main category [in GTE-Pro].” IMO, as long as it leads to better racing & hopefully more manufactures/competitors, I'm all for it.
  3. Well, this is rather big big BIG news.... http://www.indycar.com/News/2017/04/04-12-Alonso-enters-Indy-500 McLaren announced today that Fernando Alonso, Formula One’s two-time champion and three-time runner-up, will compete in the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on May 28. Alonso will drive for Andretti Autosport, which has won four Indianapolis 500s, including last year’s race with Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Alexander Rossi at the wheel of the Honda-powered Dallara. Honda also powers Alonso’s car on McLaren’s grand prix team. Alonso strives to win the 500 as F1 champion Graham Hill did as a rookie in 1966. Jack Brabham, Jim Clark, Emerson Fittipaldi, Mario Andretti and Nelson Piquet also drove in the 500 as one-time world champions, while Alberto Ascari, Jackie Stewart, Jochen Rindt and Jacques Villeneuve won F1 titles after competing in the 500. “I’m immensely excited that I’ll be racing in this year’s Indy 500 with McLaren, Honda and Andretti Autosport,” Alonso said. “The Indy 500 is one of the most famous races on the global motorsport calendar, rivaled only by the Le Mans 24 Hours and the Monaco Grand Prix.” Rumor is Jenson Button is coming back for the Monaco Grand Prix but this is huge news. Plus with the Honda engines dominating IndyCar this season, he may actually win.
  4. Bumping for a big weekend First IndyCar for the Long Beach Grand Prix: 1. Hinchcliffe 2. Bourdais 3. Newgarden 4. Dixon 5. Pagenaud 6. Jones 7. Munoz 8. Pigot 9. Castroneves 10. Rahal Considering what Mayor Hinch has gone through to come back, I couldn't be happier with this win, let alone this course. Long Beach is one of my favorite courses in IndyCar. Kind of weird to not see an Penske, Ganassi or Andretti car in victory lane yet. Bourdais having another good race, Newgarden & Dixon held up as well. Rough day for Hunter Reay, Andretti & Rossi. Next up : Alabama Formula 1 results for the Chinese Grand Prix: 1. Hamilton 2. Vettel 3. Verstappen 4. Ricciardo 5. Räikkönen 6. Bottas 7. Sainz Jr. 8. Magnussen 9. Perez 10. Ocon Hamilton strikes again in dominant form but Vettel was driving like there was no tomorrow, especially against his former team however, the start of the race, Verstappen starting from 16th to get to the podium, this kid is a freak of nature the way he drives, he's almost inhuman! Ricciardo bouncing back from Australia was good to see & Haas getting some points while McLaren.... Well, you know.... Next up Bahrain Last but not least, the IMSA Weathertech series had their race at Long Beach as well & finish was completely crazy!
  5. I actually like it, I kind of wish the parent tram would do a secondary logo like this.
  6. Results from Texas: 1. Johnson 2. Larson 3. Logano 4. Harvick 5. Earnhardt Jr. 6. Keselowski 7. McMurray 8. Truex Jr. 9. Elliott 10. Kurt Busch Stage's 1 & 2 winner: Blaney Talk about heartbreak for Ryan Blaney, had a dominant car until the final stage. Larson had a 5th 2nd place finish, he's looking pretty strong. The Hendrick & Ganassi cars looked really strong today. Jimmie gets out of the slump. Next up, It's Bristol Baby!
  7. Results from Martinsville: 1.Keselowski 2. Kyle Busch 3. Elliott 4. Logano 5. A.Dillon 6. Allmendinger 7. Bowyer 8. Newman 9. Kenseth 10. Stenhouse Jr. Stage 1 winner: Truex Jr. Stage 2 winner: Elliott A lot of bumping & banging today at the paperclip. Ford hasn't won here since '02 & a lot of cars were racing hard today. It was a true Martinsville race. Next up, Texas with some new pavement.
  8. No question, upgrade
  9. Bumping for the Formula E Mexican Grand Prix 1. Di Grassi 2. Vergne 3. Bird 4. Evans 5. Prost 6. Lopez 7. Abt 8. Carroll 9. Piquet Jr. 10. Gutierrez Wow, that was a crazy Formula E race. Lots of spinning & aggressive racing. Lots of racers were looking good, Lopez being one of them, same with Buemi until they spun. D'Ambrosio was looking good too, until he ran out of energy. All in all, a pretty good Formula E race! Next Up Monaco So also, Formula 1 & the FIA had a meeting about the future. Yes, I'm aware this was posted on April Fool's day but I did find this source straight from the FIA's website http://www.fia.com/news/fia-holds-meeting-regarding-future-formula-one-power-units The meeting resulted in broad agreement for the future evolution of Formula One power units, with all parties seemingly aligned in their focus on: a desire to maintain F1 as the pinnacle of motor sport technology, and as a laboratory for developing technology that is relevant to road cars striving for future power units to be powerful, while becoming simpler and less costly to develop and produce improving the sound of the power units a desire to allow drivers to drive harder at all times. FIA President Jean Todt chaired the meeting, and was enthused by the positive discussion. “I was very pleased with the process, and the fact that so many different stakeholders were able to agree on a direction for the FIA Formula One World Championship in such an important technical area,” said Mr Todt. “Of course, now we must sit down and work through the fine details of exactly what the 2021 power units will be – but we have begun on the right foot, and I am looking forward to working through the process to come up with the best decision for Formula One into the future.” According to other sources, there were 8 auto manufactures that were there, rumors include VAG brands Audi & Lamborghini. Well, if its true & this can bring in more manufactures, I'm for it. Last but not least, this is what IndyCar may look like in 2018... I seriously hope that they make it similar, if not this. This is a step in the right direction!
  10. Wrestlemania 33 2017 Andre the Giant Battle Royal Name the winner: (15 points) Braun Strowman WWE Cruiserweight Championship Neville (5 points) vs. Austin Aries (5 points) Invitational for the WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship Alexa Bliss (10 points) vs. Becky Lynch (10 points) vs. Natalya (10 points) vs. Mickie James (10 points) vs. Carmella (10 points) vs. TBA (10 points) *Bonus – Name the surprise entrants: (10 points each; -5 points for wrong guesses) Naomi, Summer Rae Triple Threat Ladder Match for WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (10 points) vs. Cesaro & Sheamus (10 points) vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass (10 points) Intercontinental Championship Dean Ambrose (15 points) vs. Baron Corbin (15 points) John Cena & Nikki Bella (5 points) vs. The Miz & Maryse (5 points) *Bonus – Will John Cena propose to Nikki Bella? (Yes/No – 15 points) Yes United States Championship Chris Jericho (15 points) vs. Kevin Owens (15 points) Fatal 4-Way Elimination for Raw Women’s Championship Bayley (15 points) vs. Charlotte (15 points) vs. Nia Jax (15 points) vs. Sasha Banks (15 points) *Bonus – Name the correct order of elimination: 1. 2. 3. (15 points) Nia, Bayley, Charlotte Shane McMahon (15 points) vs. AJ Styles (15 points) Undertaker (15 points) vs. Roman Reigns (15 points) Seth Rollins (15 points) vs. Triple H (15 points) WWE Championship Bray Wyatt (20 points) vs. Randy Orton (20 points) Universal Championship Goldberg (20 points) vs. Brock Lesnar (20 points) *Bonus – Name the match length from bell to bell (10 points to closest number without going over) 5 minutes Bonus Questions Surprise Returns/Debuts (10 points for each correct, -5 points for each incorrect; Pick Wisely!) Shinsuke Nakamura Who will have the longer entrance? Undertaker (10 points) or Triple H (10 points) Predict the correct order of the match card: (50 points) Cruseirwieght Championship SmackDown Women's title Raw Tag Team Championship Intercontinental Championship Cena/Bella vs. Miz/Maryese Shane/AJ US Championship Andre the Giant Battle Royal Raw's Women's Championship Rollins/Triple H Taker/Reigns WWE World Heavyweight Championship WWE Universal Championship Takeover: Orlando Andrade Almas (2 points) vs. Aliester Black (2 points) SAnitY (Eric Young, Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe, and Nikki Cross) (2 points) vs. Tye Dillinger, Roderick Strong, No Way Jose, and Ruby Riot (2 points) NXT Tag Team Championship Authors of Pain (5 points) vs. DIY (5 points) vs. The Revival (5 points) NXT Women’s Championship Asuka (5 points) vs. Ember Moon (5 points) NXT Championship Bobby Roode (7 points) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (7 points)
  11. Results from California 1. Larson 2. Keselowski 3. Bowyer 4. Truex Jr. 5. Logano 6. McMurray 7. Suarez 8. Kyle Busch 9. Blaney 10. Elliott Stage 1 winner: Larson Stage 2 winner: Truex Jr. Larson drove like there was no tomorrow, especially with the last couple of cautions during the final stage. Bowyer showed some promise & Kes coming back from the early string of bad luck & finish 2nd shows the type of driver/team he has. Larson is no longer the bridesmaid, finally getting that victory & the weekend sweep. Well done kid. Next up, Martinsville & I'm real curious to see how the stages will go here.
  12. Results from the Australian Grand Prix: 1.Vettel 2. Hamilton 3. Bottas 4. Räikkönen 5. Verstappen 6. Massa 7. Perez 8. Sainz Jr. 9. Kvyat 10. Ocon Looks like the boys from Maranello mean business this time. Strategy was key in this race & it paid off big time for Seb. Like rockstar said, it was a rough day for the home country hero, Ricciardo along with Alonso & both Haas cars. Although I got a feeling, its going to be a big battle for the Prancing Horse & the Silver Arrows. I was very impressed with the racing today, I just hope we see a good F1 season. Next up: China
  13. I don't know how I would feel if this happens. http://nodq.com/wwe/492235672.shtml ProWrestlingSheet.com is reporting that WWE has been in talks with Sinclair Broadcast Group about a potential Ring of Honor buyout. The two companies have reportedly been in talks since January and things have been slowly progressing. It's unknown at this time which talent would remain in ROH and which would end up in WWE if a buyout happens.
  14. Results from Phoenix 1. Newman 2. Larson 3. Kyle Busch 4. Stenhouse Jr. 5. Keselowski 6. Harvick 7.Suarez 8. Jones 9. Johnson 10. Hamlin Stage 1 winner: Logano Stage 2 winner: Elliott I honestly think if Logano didn't have that caution, Rowdy would've won. Larson almost spun out but held the car together. Lots of good racing all day IMO. Erik Jones drove his car like there was no tomorrow, same with Chase & Kyle Larson. Harvick & Hamlin had problems & came back as well but for Newman, talk about the right place at the right time. Next up, the West Coast swing ends in Fontana.
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