Just 6 Points Separate The Top 3 In Indy Lights Standings As Herta Wins A Thrilling Race No. 2 at Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Motor Speedway may not have been built with NASCAR in mind, but boy do the Indy Lights cars never disappoint. It doesn’t matter whether it’s on the oval or the 2.439-mile road course, these races are some of the most thrilling of the year. On Saturday, the second race of the weekend lived up to it’s bill. 

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Andretti To Change Engines Before Saturday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix, Will Keep Starting Position

INDIANAPOLIS – Just two laps into Saturday’s Verizon IndyCar Series warm up session, Marco Andretti’s engine in his No. 98 Honda gave way. The team has decided to obviously change engines in his Andretti Autosport entry as smoke was seen coming from the exhaust of his car. Andretti, was slated to start 14th in Saturday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix (3:30 p.m. ET/ABC/INDYCAR Radio Network) and was told he could keep the starting position as it was an approved engine swap from the series. From Honda officials, the engine failure is what is…

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Emirates Grand Prix of Spain (9 a.m. ET/ESPN 2)

After a week off, the Formula One stars get back going this weekend in Spain. Sunday’s Emirates Grand Prix of Spain (9 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) will mark the fifth race of the 2018 season. So far, we’ve seen three winners in the first four races, all consecutively too. Will we see a fourth straight different winner on Sunday? Here are five favorites. 

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Parker Thompson Wins A Thrilling Pro Mazda Race No. 2 In Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Saturday’s Pro Mazda Series race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a race of attrition. It all started off on the drop of the green flag when rookies Robert Megennis and Rinus VeeKay made contact before they even took the flag as VeeKay was out with a last place finish before the race even began. He was the points leader entering this second race of the weekend and leaves with a last place finish. Megennis would continue on with damage and finish two laps down in eighth. 

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Harvick Earns Kansas Pole

Kevin Harvick is on a terror. After dominating last weekend’s race at Dover, he’s picking up where he left off in Kansas. Harvick, not only was quickest in practice on Friday, but he won the Busch Pole Award too. Harvick, circled the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway track with a lap of 188.811 mph in his No. 4 Ford in the third round of qualifying en route to the pole for Saturday night’s KC Masterpiece 400 (8 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). 

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Gragson Gets Emotional Victory In Kansas

After breaking down in tears when crashing last weekend at Dover while battling for the lead on the second to last lap, Noah Gragson backed it up with a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory on Friday night at the Kansas Speedway. Gragson, earned the pole for the race and dominated in leading 128 of the 167 laps en route to his second career Truck Series victory. The win makes him playoff bound too. 

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Kyle Kirkwood Wins USF2000 Race No. 2 in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS – On Friday, Kyle Kirkwood didn’t utilize the speed that he had in his No. 8 Mazda. He was quickest in practice on Thursday and won the pole for not just yesterday’s race, but today’s too. Alex Baron passed him on Lap 6 and never looked back en route to the victory. Kirkwood had to settle for a second place run. On Saturday morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, he made sure that no one could touch him. 

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