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Dec 17

SportsCars: Countdown — The Top Five Races Of 2013

SportsCars: Countdown Through The Top 5 Races Of 2013

The 2013 sportscar season was full of thrills. (Photo: John Dagys)

5. Rolex Series Kansas: GRAND-AM’s first, and only, trip to the high-banked oval surprisingly produced one of the most entertaining races of the year, with close battles in both the Daytona Prototype and GT classes. Jordan Taylor held off Scott Pruett for more than 45 minutes to take victory, in what could be considered a career-defining drive by the 22-year-old second generation racer.

Dec 17

Cars: Ready To Rumble — Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2014 Preview

In total, 36 hours and six consecutive days of live, high-definition auction coverage are on tap beginning Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 2.

The Barrett-Jackson/FOX partnership and expanded coverage are highlighted by the event’s first-ever appearance on FOX, starting Saturday, Jan. 18 at 3 p.m. ET.

Preview here for more one-of-a-kind dream cars and view the full TV coverage schedule.

(Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)

(Courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)

 

Dec 16

MotoGP: GP Commission Discusses Moto3 Cost-Cutting Measures

MotoGP: GP Commission Discusses Moto3 Cost-Cutting Measures

Estrella Galicia 0,0′s Spanish rider Alex Rins rides during a Moto3 qualifying session. (Photo: Getty Images)

Following a meeting of the Grand Prix Commission in Madrid on 10th December, it has been explained that maximum prices for engines, chassis and additional components are set to be applied for 2015 onwards.

During the meeting, one of the goals was to maintain the Moto3 philosophy of consistent parameters for costs in a category designed to promote the talents of up and coming riders competing on a level playing field.

Dec 16

F1: Webber Says Vettel And Alonso, Better Than Hamilton

F1: Webber Says Vettel And Alonso, Better Than Hamilton

PUMA athlete and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. (Photo: Getty Images)

Lewis Hamilton is not quite a match for F1′s top drivers Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.

That is the view of Mark Webber, who after retiring from Formula One has already moved on to his next challenge, testing his 2014 Le Mans car and being officially unveiled as Porsche’s lead driver.