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Apr 27

F1: Vettel To Receive New RB10 Chassis For European Races

Sebastian Vettel is winless in 2014. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel is winless in 2014. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sebastian Vettel will definitely be at the wheel of a new Red Bull RB10 for the start of the European season.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Red Bull was looking into whether an underlying fault with Vettel’s 2014 car was contributing to the reigning World Champion’s struggle to keep up with teammate Daniel Ricciardo.

Apr 26

SX: Villopoto Wins At MetLife To Secure Fourth Straight Championship

Ryan Villopoto celebrates after securing his fourth Monster Energy Supercross Championship. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Ryan Villopoto celebrates after securing his fourth Monster Energy Supercross Championship. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Ryan Villopoto dominated the inaugural race at MetLife Stadium Saturday night to wrap up his fourth consecutive Monster Energy Supercross title.

Despite a slow start to the season which saw Villopoto only win three races, the Monster Energy Kawasaki rider has since led 60 of 60 laps en route to three straight wins.

Apr 26

SX: Bogle Takes Over 250SX East Points Lead With New Jersey Victory

Justin Bogle celebrates after taking the 250SX East win at MetLife Stadium. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Justin Bogle celebrates after taking the 250SX East win at MetLife Stadium. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Justin Bogle overcame treacherous conditions Saturday night at MetLife Stadium to earn his second victory of the season, while his Eastern Regional 250SX Class title rivals were forced to watch from the sidelines.

As rain intensified throughout the 15-lap race, Bogle stayed on top of the ever-changing track conditions to beat Jeremy Martin and Vince Friese in front of 62,217 fans. The win gives Bogle a 17-point lead heading into next weekend’s series finale in Las Vegas, Nev.

Apr 26

MotoGP: Lorenzo Enjoys First Front Row Start Of 2014 Season

Jorge Lorenzo gives a thumbs up after qualifying second for the Argentine GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jorge Lorenzo gives a thumbs up after qualifying second for the Argentine GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Movistar Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo scored his first front row start of the season Saturday, edging out Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa to qualify second for the MotoGP Argentine Grand Prix.

The two-time World Champion opted for a softer rear tire late in the 15-minute session, which helped him jump up to second with a 1:38.425. However, Lorenzo was no match for pole-winner Marc Marquez. The defending World Champion led all four practice sessions before capturing the top spot in qualifying with a 1:37.683.

Apr 26

IndyCar: Power, Chevy Take Pole In Alabama

Will Power rounds the corner during IndyCar qualifying at Barber Motorsports Park. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

Will Power rounds the corner during IndyCar qualifying at Barber Motorsports Park. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

Will Power and Penske Racing are back in a familiar position at Barber Motorsports Park: Starting in the pole position at a track where they dominated until last year.

Power, a two-time winner, came out on top in a Fast Six qualifying Saturday that featured five drivers from IndyCar powerhouse teams Penske, Andretti Autosport and Ganassi Racing.