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Rosberg fastest for Mercedes on opening day
Nico Rosberg posted the fastest time Tuesday in preseason testing for the Formula One season, while world champion Lewis Hamilton used his time on the track for a race simulation.
 
Vettel fastest in 1st day of preseason testing
In a good early sign for Ferrari in its bid to challenge Mercedes in Formula One, Sebastian Vettel was faster than reigning champion Lewis Hamilton on the first day of preseason testing on Monday.
 
Hamlin uses daring move to give Joe Gibbs a Daytona 500 win
When he was in second grade, Denny Hamlin wrote a letter to himself wishing for a Daytona 500 victory.
 
Earnhardt Jr., Busch win Daytona qualifying races
Driving a car he believes is unbeatable, Dale Earnhardt Jr. added to his family legacy at Daytona International Speedway on the anniversary of his father's death.
 
French driver Stephane Peterhansel was happy to concede a little time on the speedy 11th stage on Thursday as he retained the Dakar Rally lead and closed in on a record-extending 12th victory.
 
Carlos Sainz moved atop the overall standings of the Dakar Rally in winning Tuesday's ninth stage as Sebastien Loeb fell further behind after struggling in sandy conditions.
 
Loeb retakes Dakar lead as new tragedy strikes
Carlos Sainz claimed victory on the seventh stage of the Dakar Rally Saturday with Peugeot teammate Sebastien Loeb reclaiming the overall lead on a rain-lashed day which saw the grueling event suffer another tragedy.
 
Loeb eyes Al-Attiyah's Dakar Rally crown
Nine-time world rally champion Sebastien Loeb will add some extra spice to this year's Dakar Rally in which Qatari Nasser al-Attiyah will bid to defend his title in Argentina and Bolivia.
 
French carmaker Renault will return to Formula One as a racing team in its own name next season after agreeing to take over Lotus.
 
Renault hope to confirm their plans for the 2016 Formula One season next week, including the expected takeover of Lotus, managing director Cyril Abiteboul said on Friday.
 
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