|Auto Racing Package|
|Written by Admin|
|Wednesday, 23 March 2011 06:04|
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Richard Childress was certain one of his four drivers would win the Sprint Cup championship this season. But a poor start to the season for Clint Bowyer and Jeff Burton has them both in trouble in the standings, and unsure whether they'll be able to make up ground in NASCAR's new points system. By Auto Racing Writer Jenna Fryer. Sent
AP Graphic CAR AUTO CLUB 400.
AP Multimedia: An interactive tracking the drivers' performance that is running live throughout the season is available in the -sports/sprint-cup-drivers folder.
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INDIANAPOLIS - The chase is on for Target Chip Ganassi. After dominating the past two IndyCar seasons, Ganassi's team still feels like it's trying to catch up with Roger Penkse's legacy. And the team thinks there's no better way to do that than by winning another series championship. By Michael Marot.
AP Graphic CAR ST PETERSBURG GP.
PARIS - Sebastian Vettel delivered under pressure in last year's final race to become Formula One's youngest champion. The Red Bull driver will face a challenge from the same main rivals when he begins the defense of his title in Melbourne this weekend. By Jerome Pugmire.
AP Graphic CAR AUSTRALIAN GP.
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- BC-CAR--IRL Schedule. Sent
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