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James Hinchcliffe celebrates his Long Beach victory. (IndyCar Photo) Not once did James Hinchcliffe think his career was over after a near-fatal accident in 2015. The IndyCar star nearly bled to death after wrecking in practice at the Indianapolis 500, and even though his...
Sebastien Bourdais is doused in champagne by Simon Pagenaud and Scott Dixon. (IndyCar photo) Sebastien Bourdais pulled off a major upset in the IndyCar season-opener Sunday, driving from last place to a victory that left him in tears. Bourdais made an offseason move to Dale...
Will Power adds the P1 badge to his IndyCar. (IndyCar Photo) Will Power won the pole for IndyCar's season-opening race at St. Petersburg, proving he still is the best driver at navigating the temporary street circuit. It was a record seventh pole in eight years at St. Pete for...
Tom Brady celebrates his 5th Super Bowl victory. (Getty Images) They looked old and outmanned. Their star quarterback was frazzled, their stingy defense was a sieve. So what? Tom Brady and the New England Patriots shrugged and did what they always seem to do: Win the Super Bowl...
Cubs players celebrate their Game 7 victory. (Icon SMI) Kris Bryant started to smile even before he fielded the ball. And with his throw to first for the final out, the agonizing wait `til next year was over at last. No more Billy Goat, no more Bartman, no more black-cat curses...
Cubs players celebrate Addison Russell's grand slam. (Icon SMI) One more game. For everything. Either a 108-year World Series championship drought will come to an end, or another that's lasted 68 years. Hysteria for one fan base, more heartbreak for the other. Cubs vs. Indians...
Aroldis Chapman recorded the final eight outs for the Cubs. (Icon SMI) They have waited 108 years for a championship. So with this World Series on the verge of slipping away, the Chicago Cubs could not wait any longer. Manager Joe Maddon summoned closer Aroldis Chapman from the...
To call the 2016 season a disappointment for Team Penske would be an understatement. The organization had the positioning to win championships in both IndyCar and NASCAR, but came up empty in both series. The IndyCar defeat was a tough one: Juan Pablo Montoya had led the...
Simon Pagenaud wasn't about to let up, even with a generous lead in the Verizon IndyCar Series championship heading into the last race of 2016, the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma. The Team Penske driver continued his qualifying mastery and will start from pole position in Sunday's...

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