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Feb 18

IndyCar: Juan Pablo Montoya Gives 2014 Season Preview

 

Indy Car driver Juan Pablo Montoya will run in the No. 2 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet this season. (Photo: Getty Images)

Indy Car driver Juan Pablo Montoya will run in the No. 2 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet this season. (Photo: Getty Images)

Juan Pablo Montoya met with members of the media and discussed his return to IndyCar, pre-season testing, his teammates at Team Penske and other topics.   

THE MODERATOR:  We have Juan Pablo Montoya rejoining the IndyCar Series.

Juan, going through some testing already, your thoughts?

JUAN PABLO MONTOYA:  I’m really excited.  I mean, I feel like I’m not where I want to be yet with the car.  I feel we have come a long way.

It’s weird.  Sometimes we’re really good, some we’re average.  The first Sebring test was horrible.  I feel like Sonoma was pretty good.  I was really happy. 

Feb 18

IndyCar Media Day Kicks Off In Orlando

The IndyCar 2014 Season is just around the corner. (Photo: Getty Images)

The IndyCar 2014 Season is just around the corner. (Photo: Getty Images)

Today IndyCar is hosting its annual preseason media day at the Amway Center in Orlando as preparations continue for the 2014 IndyCar Series season which kicks off March 30 with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

We will keep you up to date with driver commentary about this exciting event. The following lists approximate times for driver press conferences through out the day:

Between 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. : Graham Rahal, Takuma Sato
Between 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.: Will Power, Juan Pablo Montoya
Read more to see the full list of confirmed drivers…

Feb 17

F1: Rosberg Expects To Win ‘A Lot Of Races’ For Mercedes

Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP stops for a pitstop during day four of Formula One Winter Testing at the Circuito de Jerez. (Photo: Getty Images)

Nico Rosberg of Germany is ready for the 2014 season. (Photo: Getty Images)

In a rare show of brash confidence, Nico Rosberg has admitted he is expecting to win “a lot” of races in 2014.

Bernie Ecclestone said recently that with Mercedes emerging from Jerez testing as the early season favorite, German Rosberg was his pick for the title.

“That’s a cool statement from him,” Rosberg told the Berliner Kurier newspaper on Monday at a sponsor event.

Feb 17

SX: Georgia Dome Awaits James Stewart — Atlanta Race Preview

450SX Class Arlington race winner James Stewart (Photo: Supercrossonline /Hoppenworld)

450SX Class Arlington race winner James Stewart is on a roll.
(Photo: Supercrossonline /Hoppenworld)

With seven races in the books for the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, James Stewart became the first back-to-back winner, and as the championship heads to Atlanta, the Yoshimura Suzuki rider hopes to have a repeat performance of last year, where he captured the Main Event win. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo, who is a rookie in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class, wrote the perfect story to what appears to be an incredible career, by winning the first race of his career.

Last year, Stewart took home his first 450SX Class win of the season at the 2013 Atlanta stop. GEICO Honda’s Wil Hahn led wire to wire in the night’s Eastern Regional 250SX Class race en route to the first victory of his career. Now that Hahn has moved to the premier class, he’s yet to finish inside the top five; he tied his career-best finish in Arlington with eighth place.

Feb 17

MotoGP: Amazing Marquez – 21 Facts On The World Champion’s Birthday

Marc Marquez of Spain and Repsol Honda Team poses with the trophy of MotoGP World Champions. (Photo: Getty Images)

Marc Marquez of Spain and Repsol Honda Team poses with the trophy of MotoGP World Champions. (Photo: Getty Images)

To mark the 21st birthday of Marc Marquez, MotoGP’s youngest ever premier class World Champion, we offer 21 facts about the boy from Cervera.

- At the opening race of 2013 in Qatar, Marquez became the fourth youngest rider of all-time to finish on the podium in the premier-class of Grand Prix racing after Randy Mamola, Eduardo Salatino and Norick Abe

- His first MotoGP win at the Grand Prix of Americas at the age of just 20 years 63 days, made him the youngest ever rider to win a premier-class Grand Prix, taking the record from Freddie Spencer who was 20 years 196 days when he won the Belgium 500cc GP at Spa-Francorchamps in 1982