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  1. Yup, 2017 Open Wheel Racing chat & yeah, that was brutal, glad to see he made it out in one piece.
  2. Results from the Monaco Grand Prix: 1. Vettel 2. Raikkonen 3. Ricciardo 4. Bottas 5. Verstappen 6. Sainz jr. 7. Hamilton 8. Grosjean 9. Massa 10. Magnussen The bells in Maranello were ringing today! Kimi looked good as did Seb. The pit stops let by both Ricciardo & Vettel were amazing & the racing was close. Hamilton came from 14th to finish 7th was bit heartbreaking for him because he just couldn't catch up, plus the wreck with Pascal & Jenson made for some interesting racing. Formula Haas with 2 top tens, that was impressive! Vettel regains some points, Ferrari continues their contstructor's title run. Next up, Canada Results from the Indianapolis 500: 1. Sato 2. Castroneves 3. Jones 4. Chilton 5. Kanaan 6. Montoya 7. Rossi 8. Andretti 9. Chaves 10. Munoz After what happened in 2012, Sato becomes the first Japanese driver to win the greatest spectacle in racing! After the heartbreak he endured 5 years ago, I'm happy to see him win it! It was a rough day for a lot of Honda drivers including the favorite, Fernando Alonso had the car to win it until ironically had a blown engine, same with other favorites such as Ryan Hunter Reay, Mayor Hinch for example, before that there was the horrific crash that ended Scott Dixon's day. It was an Indy 500 I don't think we will forget in a long time. Next up, the doubleheader in Detroit. Last but not least, we have BMW's new endurance racer http://www.racer.com/imsa/item/140902-bmw-m8-gte-to-debut-at-2018-rolex-24 BMW has announced that its new-for-2018 M8 GTE challenger – which will compete in the World Endurance Championship – will make its global race debut at next year's Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. "The BMW M8 GTE development program for our Le Mans comeback is in full swing," says BMW Motorsport Director Jens Marquardt. "Developing a new racing car is always exciting, and in the case of the BMW M8 GTE the anticipation is that much greater still. We can't reveal any pictures yet, but I can promise you that the BMW M8 GTE will look spectacular. "We are planning an initial roll-out for the first half of this year and are looking at giving the car its race debut in the Daytona 24 Hours in late January 2018." Plus the 24 hours of the Nurburgring was crazy but a great race as always, pit strategy was key. The winning team drove an Audi & it was the second time an American driver was part of the winning team. The American driver is Connor De Phillippi.
  3. http://nascar.nbcsports.com/2017/05/26/chevrolet-to-unveil-new-cup-car-in-august/ Chevrolet will announce the brand of car it will field next year in the NASCAR Cup Series on Aug. 10, the company stated Friday. The Aug. 10 announcement will take place at the GM Global Headquarters in Detroit. Chevrolet, NASCAR and Cup team executives are expected to attend. My guess, I think it's going to be Malibu, although I wish there was a next generation Monte Carlo, but here's why I think it's the Malibu. It's supposedly getting a mid cycle refresh. http://www.autoblog.com/2017/04/25/spy-photos-2019-chevrolet-malibu-facelift/
  4. Bump Results from the Paris E-Prix 1. Buemi 2. Lopez 3. Heidfeld 4. Rosenqvit 5. Prost 6. Frijns 7. Piquet Jr. 8. Dillmann 9. Evans 10. Sarrazin Just another dominant performance from Buemi. I think it's going to be very difficult to catch him at this race. Next up Berlin Well with this weekend coming up being known as the greatest race weekend in the world (24 hours Nurburgring, Monaco, Indy, Charlotte) IndyCar released some new shots of what the potential 2018 cars will look like. Road Course (almost looks like an F1 car): Super Speedway: I like where this is going!
  5. Richmond hosts a playoff race & we get rid of the day race in the spring race & go back to nights! I couldn't be happier! Too bad Indy confirmed that it was going to be oval only, I would like to see the road course with these cars. We have our hall of fame class for 2018 Robert Yates Ken Squire Ray Evernham Red Byron Ron Hornaday Jr.
  6. Kyle Busch is a million dollars richer. I have to admit, the option tire was a pretty interesting factor, gave some cars a chance. Next week should be interesting especially with the rumors of the shakeup with the 2018 schedule.... https://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/news/big-changes-coming-to-2018-nascar-cup-schedule-907615/ The second Cup date at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which Speedway Motorsports Inc. moved from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, will serve as the kickoff race to the Cup series playoffs, replacing Chicagoland Speedway. Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which has traditionally hosted its lone Cup event in late July, will become the 26th race of the Cup season and the last chance for drivers to win their way into the playoffs. Richmond International Raceway, which has hosted the 26th race since the playoff format debuted in 2004, will become one of the 10 playoff races, adding a second short track to the 10-race run to the championship. Chicagoland Speedway, which has traditionally kicked off the playoffs, will likely move into the regular season.
  7. Results from the Spanish Grand Prix: 1. Hamilton 2. Vettel 3. Ricciardo 4. Perez 5. Ocon 6. Hulkenberg 7. Sainz Jr. 8. Wehrlein 9. Kvyat 10. Grosjean Vettel was off to a good start but to some, some would say controversy ensued with Vettel getting out of the pits & Hamilton running off the track. However, the stewards said there was no problem & Lewis ran off with it. Rough day for Kimi, Max & Valleri today. It was still a pretty good race especially the battles with Toro Rosso & Haas. Alonso finished 15th & is on his way to Indianapolis Next up, for world race day, Monaco! Speaking of Indy & Monaco Results from the Indianapolis Grand Prix: 1. Power 2. Dixon 3. Hunter-Reay 4. Pagenaud 5. Castroneves 6. Rahal 7. Chilton 8. Rossi 9. Pigot 10. Montoya Will Power's only real threat was his Castroneves. It was caution free. Rahal moved up from 20th to 6th, & there was an incident between Kanaan & Andretti which gave Marco a drive through penalty. Next up, the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indianapolis 500! Finally, Results from the Monaco e-prix: 1. Buemi 2. di Grassi 3. Heidfeld 4. Piquet jr. 5. Engel 6. Rosenqvist 7. Abt 8. Gutierrez 9. da Costa 10. Prost 4th win for Buemi as he continues his dominance in Formula E although di Grassi gave him a lot of pressure near the end. Next up, Paris. Last bu not least, it seems Silly Season rumors are coming up in Formula 1, we've heard everything from Vettel going to Mercedes, Lewis calling it a career. Riccardo &/or Verstappen leaving Red Bull. Alonso leaving McLaren (seems like that would be the one guarantee). Either way, it should be a rather interesting silly season.
  8. Results from Kansas: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Keselwoski 3. Harvick 4. Blaney 5. Kyle Busch 6. Larson 7. Suarez 8. McMurray 9. Bowyer 10. Bayne Stage 1 winner: Kyle Busch Stage 2 winner: Blaney Well, I think the race was decent but I think it will be overshadowed by the wreck between Logano, Danica & Almirola. Just seeing the 43 fly like that. Just glad it didn't go higher. Truex drove a great race especially from the likes of Kyle Busch, Blaney & Harvick coming after you. Next up, the all star race & the Coke 600 at Charlotte.
  9. Results from Talladega: 1. Stenhouse Jr. 2. McMurray 3. Kyle Busch 4. Almirola 5. Kahne 6. Kurt Busch 7. Keselowski 8. Johnson 9. Menard 10. Ragan Stage 1 winner: Keselowski Stage 2 winner: Hamlin Wow, what a final lap. Stenhouse going toe to toe with Kyle Busch, McMurray coming from the middle. Stenhouse Jr. getting his first victory in the Monster series & Jack Roush ends a 101 win less streak. Junior survived 2 wrecks but the big one took out a good amount of potential winners. Talladega didn't disappoint. Next up, the first night race this season, Kansas.
  10. Norfolk announced that their new affiliate is with Nashville. http://www.norfolkadmirals.com/press-releases/admirals-announce-affiliation-agreement-nashville-predators/ New Logo & Jersey coming soon.
  11. Bumping for the weekend results: Results from Phoenix: 1. Pagenaud 2. Power 3. Hildebrand 4. Castroneves 5. Dixon 6. Kanaan 7. Carpenter 8. Kimball 9. Newgarden 10. Munoz Pagenaud finally achieves his first oval win. It seems team Penske may have found what they were looking for. Rough day for Andretti as none of their cars even finished. Next up, the Indianapolis Grand Prix Meanwhile in Formula 1 Results from the Russian Grand Prix 1. Bottas 2. Vettel 3. Raikkonen 4. Hamilton 5. Verstappen 6. Perez 7. Ocon 8. Hulkenberg 9. Massa 10. Sainz Jr. Bottas gets hist first win & he started out by just coming from nowhere & didn't look back. Hamilton kept having problems with potential overheating of his car. Alonso didn't start while hist teammate finished 14th. Next up, Spain Last but not least, we have our first manufacture switch for F1 Sauber to use Honda engines in 2018. http://www.racer.com/f1/item/140069-honda-to-supply-sauber-from-2018 Honda has recently stated it felt supplying more than one team would help it try to recover from its current struggles having been hit by numerous performance and reliability issues this season. "In addition to the partnership with McLaren which began in 2015, Honda will begin supplying power units to Sauber as a customer team starting from next year," Katsuhide Moriyama, Honda's chief officer, brand and communication operations said. "This will be a new challenge in Honda's F1 activities.
  12. Results from Richmond 1. Logano 2. Keselowski 3. Hamlin 4. Stenhouse Jr. 5. Harvick 6. McMurray 7. Newman 8. Kurt Busch 9. Almirola 10. Truex Jr. Well, I was at the race & I can honestly tell you, the racing was better than what I saw last year. It was close in most aspects, there was even 4 wide attempts at this track. Rough day for any Hendrick driver, every one of them was served a penalty in the pits. A lot of penalties were involved. Felt bad for Larson after the final restart. Next up, Talladega.
  13. Enzo Amore & Big Cass (5 points) vs. Gallows & Anderson (5 points) WWE Cruiserweight Championship Neville (5 points) vs. Austin Aries (5 points) Seth Rollins (10 points) vs. Samoa Joe (10 points) Raw Women's Championship Bayley (10 points) vs. Alexa Bliss (10 points) Raw Tag Team Championship Team Extreme (10 points) vs. Cesaro & Sheamus (10 points) United States Championship Kevin Owens (15 points) vs. Chris Jericho (15 points) House of Horrors Match Bray Wyatt (15 points) vs. Randy Orton (15 points) *Bonus Question: Will the match take place in the ring or a different location? (5 points) Different location Roman Reigns (20 points) vs. Braun Strowman (20 points) Bonus Question Name the order of the match card (5 points for each correct): Enzo/Cass vs Gallows/Anderson Cruiserweight Championship Rollins vs Joe US Championship Raw Tag Team Women's Championship House of Horrors Match Reigns vs Strowman
  14. Results from Bristol: 1. Johnson 2. Bowyer 3. Harvick 4. Kenseth 5. Logano 6. Larson 7. Elliott 8. Truex Jr. 9. Stenhouse Jr. 10. Hamlin Stage 1 winner: Larson Stage 2 winner: Truex Jr. Both stage winners got busted for speeding in the pits but they did recover to get back in the top 10. Johnson gets his 82nd win, Bowyer came out of nowhere. Rough day for the Busch brothers & Little E & Erik Jones. Jimmie on a 2 race winning streak. Next up, my hometown track, Richmond!