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Apr 13

IndyCar: Conway Wins Wild Race At Long Beach

Mike Conway celebrates after winning the IndyCar race at Long Beach. (Photo: Lesley Ann Miller)

Mike Conway celebrates after winning the IndyCar race at Long Beach. (Photo: Lesley Ann Miller)

Tempers flared all around the streets of Long Beach, where drivers declared friendships over after a surprisingly physical race.

Simon Pagenaud refused to accept a post-race apology from Will Power, and Justin Wilson was furious with Scott Dixon. James Hinchcliffe tried to be diplomatic but failed to hide his displeasure with teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay.

The one team smiling at the end of Sunday’s race? Ed Carpenter Racing, which got an unexpected victory from Mike Conway.

Apr 13

Video: Massive Pileup Claims Several Top Contenders In Long Beach

Sunday’s IndyCar race on the streets of Long Beach was setting up to be an instant classic before a multi-car wreck eliminated several of the top contenders, including race leader Josef Newgarden, pole-sitter Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe.

With 24 laps to go, Newgarden exited pit lane with the race lead ahead of Hunter-Reay and Hinchcliffe, but had colder tires than the two Andretti Autosport teammates. As they raced into Turn 4, Hunter-Reay made a bold move by trying to pass Newgarden on the inside, and it proved to be costly.

Apr 13

MotoGP: Marquez Defends Texas Title

Marc Marquez led all 21 laps at Circuit of The Americas. (Photo: Getty Images)

Marc Marquez led all 21 laps at Circuit of The Americas. (Photo: Getty Images)

Marc Marquez made the Grand Prix of the Americas look like a breezy Sunday ride.

The reigning MotoGP World Champion from Spain cruised to his second win of the season, defending his title in the race where he claimed his first career victory.

And the 21-year-old did it with ease, starting from pole position and leading the entire way.

Apr 13

MotoGP: Lorenzo Needs Solid Start To Challenge Honda Pair In Austin

Jorge Lorenzo starts fifth in the Grand Prix of The Americas. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jorge Lorenzo starts fifth in the Grand Prix of The Americas. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jorge Lorenzo is under illusions about his chances of opening his MotoGP World Championship account with a win in today’s Grand Prix of The Americas.

A rare, but costly, first lap error at the opening race in Qatar has the hardcore Spanish racer on zero points and already scrambling to stay in the title chase against main rival Marc Marquez.