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Oct 25

What To Watch: Your Weekend Racing Schedule

MotoGP heads to Twin Ring Motegi this weekend for the penultimate round of the 2013 championship. (Photo: Getty Images)

MotoGP heads to Twin Ring Motegi this weekend for the penultimate round of the 2013 championship. (Photo: Getty Images)

Friday, October 25

All Day – ADAC GT Masters | Hockenheim Race 1 (www.Speed2.com)

12:30 a.m. – Formula 1 | India GP P1

4:30 a.m. – Formula 1 | India GP P2

Saturday, October 26

All Day – ADAC GT Masters | Hockenheim Race 2 (www.Speed2.com)

12:30 a.m. –  | Japan GP P4/Qualifying (www.Speed2.com) *Streaming

1:30 a.m. – Formula 1 | India GP P2

4:30 a.m. – Formula 1 | India GP Qualifying 

Oct 25

F1: Vettel On Top After Friday Practices In India

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel drives during the first practice session at The Buddh International Circuit. (Photo: Getty Images)

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel drives during the first practice session at The Buddh International Circuit. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel drove 35 flawless laps in the second practice session Friday to edge Red Bull teammate Mark Webber for the quickest time ahead of Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix.

Vettel recorded 1 minute, 25.722 seconds on soft tires for his best lap on the Buddh International Circuit, .289 faster than Webber and almost a second quicker than his time of 1:26.683 in the first session.

Vettel, who has won both previous Indian GP races from pole, can win his fourth straight world title by placing fifth or better on Sunday.

Oct 24

MotoGP: Bradl Declared Fit To Return To Racing At Motegi

MotoGP: Stefan Bradl Declared Fit To Return To Racing At Motegi

LCR Honda MotoGP’s German rider Stephan Bradl. (Photo: Getty Images)

LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl has arrived at the Motegi circuit for the last of the three flyaway races, and following a medical check on Thursday, the 23-year-old has been declared fit for the Japanese round.

Doctors Tsuyoshi Karasawa (chief medical officer) and Michele Macchiagodena (MotoGP medical director) carried out the assessment, and Bradl will therefore participate in Free Practice on Friday.

Oct 24

SportsCars: Q&A With Rebellion Racing’s Bart Hayden

Bart Hayden

Bart Hayden and Rebellion Racing became the final overall winners in 2013 American Le Mans Series competition. (Photo: John Dagys)

Rebellion Racing became the final overall winners in American Le Mans Series competition, when Neel Jani, Nicolas Prost and Nick Heidfeld took their Lola B12/60 Toyota to victory in last weekend’s Petit Le Mans, the team’s second-consecutive win in the 1,000-mile/10-hour enduro.

While it marked the end of an era for North American sports car racing, it also signaled the completion of the Anglo-Swiss squad’s successful LMP1 venture with Lola, as it gears up for a new chapter in the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship with a pair of ORECA-built, Toyota-powered Rebellion R-One prototypes.

FOX Sports’ SPEED Blog caught up with team manager Bart Hayden to get an update on the development of the new car, as well as Rebellion’s ambitions for a return to the States on a full-time basis.