IndyCar Mid Ohio

What happened last year: Alexander Rossi won in dominating fashion, taking first place by 12.8 seconds ahead of Robert Wickens. Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon closed out the top five in order.

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* Dixon was the last driver to win back-to-back races at Mid-Ohio when he did so in 2011 and 2012. He has the most wins of any driver in the event since it became part of the Indy Racing League season.

* Newgarden, Rossi and Simon Pagenaud are the only drivers in the IRL this season that have won more than one race. They are also the three most recent drivers to win in Mid-Ohio, with Pagenaud winning in 2016 and Newgarden in 2017.

Indycar Honda Indy 200

What happened last year: Alexander Rossi won in dominating fashion, taking first place by 12.8 seconds ahead of Robert Wickens. Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon closed out the top five in order.

Ticket info: Find out how to get tickets here.

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* Dixon was the last driver to win back-to-back races at Mid-Ohio when he did so in 2011 and 2012. He has the most wins of any driver in the event since it became part of the Indy Racing League season.

* Newgarden, Rossi and Simon Pagenaud are the only drivers in the IRL this season that have won more than one race. They are also the three most recent drivers to win in Mid-Ohio, with Pagenaud winning in 2016 and Newgarden in 2017.

Mid Ohio Indy Car

What happened last year: Alexander Rossi won in dominating fashion, taking first place by 12.8 seconds ahead of Robert Wickens. Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon closed out the top five in order.

Ticket info: Find out how to get tickets here.

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* Dixon was the last driver to win back-to-back races at Mid-Ohio when he did so in 2011 and 2012. He has the most wins of any driver in the event since it became part of the Indy Racing League season.

* Newgarden, Rossi and Simon Pagenaud are the only drivers in the IRL this season that have won more than one race. They are also the three most recent drivers to win in Mid-Ohio, with Pagenaud winning in 2016 and Newgarden in 2017.

Honda Indy 200

What happened last year: Alexander Rossi won in dominating fashion, taking first place by 12.8 seconds ahead of Robert Wickens. Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon closed out the top five in order.

Ticket info: Find out how to get tickets here.

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* Dixon was the last driver to win back-to-back races at Mid-Ohio when he did so in 2011 and 2012. He has the most wins of any driver in the event since it became part of the Indy Racing League season.

* Newgarden, Rossi and Simon Pagenaud are the only drivers in the IRL this season that have won more than one race. They are also the three most recent drivers to win in Mid-Ohio, with Pagenaud winning in 2016 and Newgarden in 2017.

Honda Indy 200

What happened last year: Alexander Rossi won in dominating fashion, taking first place by 12.8 seconds ahead of Robert Wickens. Will Power, Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon closed out the top five in order.Ticket info: Find out how to get tickets here.

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* Dixon was the last driver to win back-to-back races at Mid-Ohio when he did so in 2011 and 2012. He has the most wins of any driver in the event since it became part of the Indy Racing League season.

* Newgarden, Rossi and Simon Pagenaud are the only drivers in the IRL this season that have won more than one race. They are also the three most recent drivers to win in Mid-Ohio, with Pagenaud winning in 2016 and Newgarden in 2017.

Pocono 400

Pocono 400: Track details, rules, TV times The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returns to Pocono Raceway for this season’s second edition of the “Tricky Triangle” showdown at the 2.5-mile track in Long Pond, Pennsylvania.

Before heading into Sunday’s Gander RV 400 (3 p.m. ET, NBSCN/NBC Sports App, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) take a look at some key information and things to watch.

Designed as a 2.5-mile triangular track, Pocono has a triad of unique turns that each offer a new challenge and varied degree of banking: Turn 1 – 14 degrees, Turn 2 – 8 degrees and Turn 3 – 6 degrees. Turns 1 and 3 are connected by a 3,740-foot frontstretch, while Turns 2 and 3 are bridged by a 3,055-foot back straightaway. NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon holds the record for most all-time wins at the track with six.

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In order to give drivers more versatility regarding lane selection, the track will also feature the PJ1 application in all three corners — the first time it’s been laid down on the Pocono surface.

The race at Pocono Raceway will feature the 2019 rules package with a tapered-spacer engine generating around 550 horsepower. Changed for the earlier race this season, the cars will feature aero ducts — an adjustment made after running the non-duct package at Atlanta Motor Speedway. This change will also take place at Darlington Raceway and Homestead-Miami Speedway later this year.

Each team will be provided with three sets of Goodyear Eagle Speedway Radials for practice, one set for qualifying and seven sets for the race (six race sets plus one carried over from practice or qualifying).

“Pocono is always a challenge on both the teams and the tires,” said Greg Stucker, Goodyear’s director of racing. “Being pretty flat with long, fast straightaways and three distinct corners, teams will try to gain grip however they can, including going below our recommended air pressures, most specifically on the left-side of the car.

 We integrated construction updates on both the left- and right-side tires for the June race, so since the Cup (Series) cars have already run at Pocono with this higher downforce package, they have a head start on what to expect with their set-ups this weekend.”

  • A Chevrolet driver has not won at Pocono Raceway in the last six races — the manufacturer’s longest winless streak at the track since 2002 when it went winless eight times in a row from June 1999 to July 2002.
  • Nine of the last 11 races at Pocono were won from a top-10 starting position, with the other pair won by drivers starting outside of the top 20.
  • Each of the last four races at Pocono were won by Toyota drivers, with Kyle Busch claiming a trio of wins and Martin Truex Jr. securing the other.

The Gander RV 400 at Pocono Raceway will be televised live on NBCSN and the NBC Sports App, with radio coverage being provided by MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. Check out NASCAR.com for additional options, including in-car cameras, audio and leaderboards on NASCAR Drive. Update Fantasy Live rosters and make final picks before Sunday’s race.

Kyle Busch raced his way to secure the checkered flag at Pocono Raceway in 2018, holding off then-Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Daniel Suarez in overtime to claim his second-career win at the track, leading a race-high 52 laps after starting from 28th position.

Denny Hamlin (four), Kyle Busch (three), Kurt Busch (three), Jimmie Johnson (three), Martin Truex Jr. (two), Ryan Blaney (one), Chris Buescher (one), Brad Keselowski (one), Joey Logano (one) and Ryan Newman (one).

German F1 Grand Prix 2019

F1 German Grand Prix: Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton Takes Pole PositionLewis Hamilton will start the German Formula 1 Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday after a nightmare qualifying outing for rivals Ferrari.

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Sebastian Vettel bowed out of the first session with mechanical issues, and Charles Leclerc was unable to set a time in the third session. Barring penalties, he’ll start from 10th place, while Vettel will be last on the grid.

Max Verstappen posted the second-best time of qualifying, ahead of Valtteri Bottas. Pierre Gasly was fourth.Qualifying started with plenty of drama. Vettel lost power to his Ferrari and was instructed to return to the pit lane:

While the mechanics worked on his car, team-mate Leclerc set the pace. Hamilton was more than 1.5 seconds off the pace after his first hot lap, illustrating Mercedes’ struggles. The championship leader would improve with his second attempt, easily making it into Q2, but Vettel had no such luck.

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The German would be the biggest casualty of Q1, while Lando Norris and Alex Albon also couldn’t make it into the second session.Lance Stroll did make it into Q2 for the first time since joining Racing Point.

On the medium tyres, Mercedes found much better pace early in the second session. Leclerc had his first time deleted for running wide, but he too was in the mix near the top once he put a time on the board.

Incredibly enough, another top contender had power issues, and Verstappen had to pit before he could post a time. He opted for the soft compound when he returned, but couldn’t beat out team-mate Gasly.

The midfield gaps were tiny, with Nico Hulkenberg in eighth just 0.033 seconds ahead of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, in 13th.

Ferrari’s headaches continued at the start of Q3, as the mechanics and an FIA member gathered around Leclerc’s car. While he waited, the Silver Arrows took off for their flying laps, with Hamilton taking the lead.

The final flying laps didn’t change anything to the board, as Hamilton kept his lead and pole.Saturday practice took place in much cooler conditions than both sessions on Friday, but the lower temperatures only seemed to increase Ferrari’s advantage over Mercedes:

Leclerc, in particular, appeared to make up tons of time in the middle sector, where the Silver Arrows struggled for both grip and power.

Hamilton got to within 0.4 seconds of the on-fire Leclerc at one point, only to lose his lap time for exceeding track limits. His fastest legal lap was significantly slower, but he did set it on an older set of soft tyres and should be quicker in qualifying.

Both Haas drivers finished inside the top 10 in what was a much-needed positive session for the American outfit. Romain Grosjean did struggle with engine problems late, however.

Racing Point could not build on Friday’s success, with Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll finishing outside the top 10.

McLaren’s Carlos Sainz went significantly faster than team-mate Lando Norris while fitting in two stints on the medium compound. The Spaniard will be one to watch in Sunday’s race.

While Ferrari adapted well to the changing conditions for FP3, more change could be on the way:Rain may just be what Mercedes need to close the gap in the middle sector

F1 German Grand Prix 2019

F1 German Grand Prix: Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton Takes Pole PositionLewis Hamilton will start the German Formula 1 Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday after a nightmare qualifying outing for rivals Ferrari.

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Sebastian Vettel bowed out of the first session with mechanical issues, and Charles Leclerc was unable to set a time in the third session. Barring penalties, he’ll start from 10th place, while Vettel will be last on the grid.

Max Verstappen posted the second-best time of qualifying, ahead of Valtteri Bottas. Pierre Gasly was fourth.Qualifying started with plenty of drama. Vettel lost power to his Ferrari and was instructed to return to the pit lane:

While the mechanics worked on his car, team-mate Leclerc set the pace. Hamilton was more than 1.5 seconds off the pace after his first hot lap, illustrating Mercedes’ struggles. The championship leader would improve with his second attempt, easily making it into Q2, but Vettel had no such luck.

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The German would be the biggest casualty of Q1, while Lando Norris and Alex Albon also couldn’t make it into the second session.Lance Stroll did make it into Q2 for the first time since joining Racing Point.

On the medium tyres, Mercedes found much better pace early in the second session. Leclerc had his first time deleted for running wide, but he too was in the mix near the top once he put a time on the board.

Incredibly enough, another top contender had power issues, and Verstappen had to pit before he could post a time. He opted for the soft compound when he returned, but couldn’t beat out team-mate Gasly.

The midfield gaps were tiny, with Nico Hulkenberg in eighth just 0.033 seconds ahead of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, in 13th.

Ferrari’s headaches continued at the start of Q3, as the mechanics and an FIA member gathered around Leclerc’s car. While he waited, the Silver Arrows took off for their flying laps, with Hamilton taking the lead.

The final flying laps didn’t change anything to the board, as Hamilton kept his lead and pole.Saturday practice took place in much cooler conditions than both sessions on Friday, but the lower temperatures only seemed to increase Ferrari’s advantage over Mercedes:

Leclerc, in particular, appeared to make up tons of time in the middle sector, where the Silver Arrows struggled for both grip and power.

Hamilton got to within 0.4 seconds of the on-fire Leclerc at one point, only to lose his lap time for exceeding track limits. His fastest legal lap was significantly slower, but he did set it on an older set of soft tyres and should be quicker in qualifying.

Both Haas drivers finished inside the top 10 in what was a much-needed positive session for the American outfit. Romain Grosjean did struggle with engine problems late, however.

Racing Point could not build on Friday’s success, with Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll finishing outside the top 10.

McLaren’s Carlos Sainz went significantly faster than team-mate Lando Norris while fitting in two stints on the medium compound. The Spaniard will be one to watch in Sunday’s race.

While Ferrari adapted well to the changing conditions for FP3, more change could be on the way:Rain may just be what Mercedes need to close the gap in the middle sector

German F1 Grand Prix

F1 German Grand Prix: Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton Takes Pole PositionLewis Hamilton will start the German Formula 1 Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday after a nightmare qualifying outing for rivals Ferrari.

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Sebastian Vettel bowed out of the first session with mechanical issues, and Charles Leclerc was unable to set a time in the third session. Barring penalties, he’ll start from 10th place, while Vettel will be last on the grid.

Max Verstappen posted the second-best time of qualifying, ahead of Valtteri Bottas. Pierre Gasly was fourth.Qualifying started with plenty of drama. Vettel lost power to his Ferrari and was instructed to return to the pit lane:

While the mechanics worked on his car, team-mate Leclerc set the pace. Hamilton was more than 1.5 seconds off the pace after his first hot lap, illustrating Mercedes’ struggles. The championship leader would improve with his second attempt, easily making it into Q2, but Vettel had no such luck.

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The German would be the biggest casualty of Q1, while Lando Norris and Alex Albon also couldn’t make it into the second session.Lance Stroll did make it into Q2 for the first time since joining Racing Point.

On the medium tyres, Mercedes found much better pace early in the second session. Leclerc had his first time deleted for running wide, but he too was in the mix near the top once he put a time on the board.

Incredibly enough, another top contender had power issues, and Verstappen had to pit before he could post a time. He opted for the soft compound when he returned, but couldn’t beat out team-mate Gasly.

The midfield gaps were tiny, with Nico Hulkenberg in eighth just 0.033 seconds ahead of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, in 13th.

Ferrari’s headaches continued at the start of Q3, as the mechanics and an FIA member gathered around Leclerc’s car. While he waited, the Silver Arrows took off for their flying laps, with Hamilton taking the lead.

The final flying laps didn’t change anything to the board, as Hamilton kept his lead and pole.Saturday practice took place in much cooler conditions than both sessions on Friday, but the lower temperatures only seemed to increase Ferrari’s advantage over Mercedes:

Leclerc, in particular, appeared to make up tons of time in the middle sector, where the Silver Arrows struggled for both grip and power.

Hamilton got to within 0.4 seconds of the on-fire Leclerc at one point, only to lose his lap time for exceeding track limits. His fastest legal lap was significantly slower, but he did set it on an older set of soft tyres and should be quicker in qualifying.

Both Haas drivers finished inside the top 10 in what was a much-needed positive session for the American outfit. Romain Grosjean did struggle with engine problems late, however.

Racing Point could not build on Friday’s success, with Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll finishing outside the top 10.

McLaren’s Carlos Sainz went significantly faster than team-mate Lando Norris while fitting in two stints on the medium compound. The Spaniard will be one to watch in Sunday’s race.

While Ferrari adapted well to the changing conditions for FP3, more change could be on the way:Rain may just be what Mercedes need to close the gap in the middle sector

F1 German Grand Prix:

F1 German Grand Prix: Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton Takes Pole PositionLewis Hamilton will start the German Formula 1 Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday after a nightmare qualifying outing for rivals Ferrari.

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Sebastian Vettel bowed out of the first session with mechanical issues, and Charles Leclerc was unable to set a time in the third session. Barring penalties, he’ll start from 10th place, while Vettel will be last on the grid.

Max Verstappen posted the second-best time of qualifying, ahead of Valtteri Bottas. Pierre Gasly was fourth.Qualifying started with plenty of drama. Vettel lost power to his Ferrari and was instructed to return to the pit lane:

While the mechanics worked on his car, team-mate Leclerc set the pace. Hamilton was more than 1.5 seconds off the pace after his first hot lap, illustrating Mercedes’ struggles. The championship leader would improve with his second attempt, easily making it into Q2, but Vettel had no such luck.

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The German would be the biggest casualty of Q1, while Lando Norris and Alex Albon also couldn’t make it into the second session.Lance Stroll did make it into Q2 for the first time since joining Racing Point.

On the medium tyres, Mercedes found much better pace early in the second session. Leclerc had his first time deleted for running wide, but he too was in the mix near the top once he put a time on the board.

Incredibly enough, another top contender had power issues, and Verstappen had to pit before he could post a time. He opted for the soft compound when he returned, but couldn’t beat out team-mate Gasly.

The midfield gaps were tiny, with Nico Hulkenberg in eighth just 0.033 seconds ahead of team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, in 13th.

Ferrari’s headaches continued at the start of Q3, as the mechanics and an FIA member gathered around Leclerc’s car. While he waited, the Silver Arrows took off for their flying laps, with Hamilton taking the lead.

The final flying laps didn’t change anything to the board, as Hamilton kept his lead and pole.Saturday practice took place in much cooler conditions than both sessions on Friday, but the lower temperatures only seemed to increase Ferrari’s advantage over Mercedes:

Leclerc, in particular, appeared to make up tons of time in the middle sector, where the Silver Arrows struggled for both grip and power.

Hamilton got to within 0.4 seconds of the on-fire Leclerc at one point, only to lose his lap time for exceeding track limits. His fastest legal lap was significantly slower, but he did set it on an older set of soft tyres and should be quicker in qualifying.

Both Haas drivers finished inside the top 10 in what was a much-needed positive session for the American outfit. Romain Grosjean did struggle with engine problems late, however.

Racing Point could not build on Friday’s success, with Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll finishing outside the top 10.

McLaren’s Carlos Sainz went significantly faster than team-mate Lando Norris while fitting in two stints on the medium compound. The Spaniard will be one to watch in Sunday’s race.

While Ferrari adapted well to the changing conditions for FP3, more change could be on the way:Rain may just be what Mercedes need to close the gap in the middle sector