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Jun 28

Formula E: Legge, Heidfeld and Sarrazin to compete in opening season

FOX Sports 1 will have LIVE exclusive coverage of the inaugural FIA Formula E series beginning in Beijing on September 13. (Photo: Getty Images)

FOX Sports 1 will have LIVE exclusive coverage of the inaugural FIA Formula E series beginning in Beijing on September 13. (Photo: Getty Images)

Thursday, Venturi confirmed its driver roster for the inaugural Formula E series with former Formula 1 driver Nick Heidfeld and Le Mans 24 Hour regular Stephane Sarrazin.

Amlin Aguri followed up Friday announcing the first of its two drivers as being Katherine Legge, the first female driver to have a confirmed drive in Formula E.

Jun 28

James Stewart allowed to finish Motocross Championship despite failed drug test

James Stewart, seen here during the 2013-2014 Supercross series, currently sits third in the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship. (Photo:  supercrossonline.com)

James Stewart, seen here during the 2013-2014 Supercross series, currently sits third in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. (Photo: supercrossonline.com)

James Stewart has been provisionally suspended by the governing body of Supercross for a failed drug test, but will be allowed to finish the outdoor season.

Stewart tested positive for a banned substance after a Supercross race in Seattle on April 12, which he said was from an amphetamine prescribed by a doctor for a long-term medical condition.

Jun 28

MotoGP: Fantastic Marquez maintains winning form in complicated TT race

In another day of magic from Marc Marquez, the Spanish speedster won his eighth consecutive race of the season to set another high-water mark in MotoGP.

With his win in the DutchTT, Marquez can now claim to be the world’s fastest man on two wheels, and perhaps fastest swimmer.

Jun 27

IndyCar: ‘We are going in the right direction,’ says Montoya

during NTT DATA Qualifying for the Verizon IndyCar Series Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway on June 6, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Juan-Pablo Montoya, seen here during qualifying at Texas Motor Speedway, currently sits seventh in the 2014 Verizon IndyCar series standings. (Photo: Getty Images)

HOUSTON – When Juan Pablo Montoya announced last October that he would return to IndyCar racing for the first time since he left CART in 2000, there was much expected from the 2000 Indianapolis 500 winner. After all, he was joining Team Penske – the “Gold Standard” of this form of racing.

But 14 years have passed since Montoya was the youthful driver from Colombia that conquered CART and left for Formula One in 2001. He would remain in F1 until midway through the 2006 season when he made a sudden career change to drive for team owner Chip Ganassi in NASCAR.