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  1. Kyle Busch wins another pole vying for fourth straight Sprint Cup victory

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    LONG POND, Pa. — Kyle Busch will start his drive for his fourth straight Sprint Cup victory from a familiar spot, out front and in first.

  2. Sebastian Vettel dedicates F1 victory to late Jules Bianchi

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    BUDAPEST, Hungary — On the day he equaled the late Ayrton Senna's feat of 41 Formula One victories at Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel's thoughts went to Jules Bianchi and his family.

  3. Kyle Busch takes Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis

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    INDIANAPOLIS — There was no celebratory burnout — Kyle Busch has done plenty of those the past few weeks — just another big, fat kiss at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

    Kyle Busch drives the No. 18 Toyota on his way to his third consecutive Sprint Cup victory and first at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.   Getty Images
  4. NASCAR's new aerodynamic package goes for a spin at Brickyard

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    Ever driven down the road and noticed something blocking your rear-view mirror?

  5. Kyle Busch pounces on error for Xfinity series victory at Indy

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Kyle Busch spent the last 10 laps chasing Ryan Blaney. When the old pro caught up, the 21-year-old youngster flinched.

  6. Sebastien Bourdais, Paul Tracy make peace at last

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    A racing rivalry born on the streets of St. Petersburg more than a decade ago was finally set aside last weekend in a cornfield in Iowa.

    Sebastien Bourdais spins into the grass after Paul Tracy crashed into his car on the second lap of the Champ Car Grand Prix of Cleveland in 2006.  Bourdais was taken to the hospital for precautionary tests; he complained of a headache, but didn't lose consciousness or appear to be seriously injured. [AP Photo/Mark Duncan]
  7. Kyle Busch wins 5-Hour Energy 301 for third victory of season

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    LOUDON, N.H. — Stuck in a hospital, Kyle Busch could only think about a comeback, not NASCAR championship contention.

    Kyle Busch celebrates at the finish line After winning the the NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday, July 19, 2015, in Loudon, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole) NHMS105
  8. F1 driver Bianchi dies from injuries in 2014 crash

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    PARIS — Nine months after injuring his head in a wreck at the Japanese Grand Prix, Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died late Friday in a French hospital.

    He was 25.

    Jules Bianchi was injured in a crash in October in Japan.
  9. NASCAR's Logano looks to land Loudon Lobster

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    LOUDON, N.H. — Joey Logano has rocked a victory lobster at New Hampshire, so riding the wave of the Sharknado craze and tussling with bloodthirsty sharks should be a drop in the chum bucket for the Team Penske driver.

    Joey Logano starts second in today’s NASCAR race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where he owns two of his nine career Sprint Cup victories.
  10. Carl Edwards earns Sprint Cup pole at New Hampshire

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    LOUDON, N.H. — With Carl Edwards leading the charge, Joe Gibbs Racing continued its recent hot streak on Friday and took four of the top eight qualifying spots for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.