No. 1013
September 11, 2019

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SEPTEMBER 11, 2019

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Twenty-one-year-old Charles Leclerc (No. 16 Scuderia Ferrari) made it two wins in a row in Formula 1 with his victory in an incident-filled Italian Grand Prix at Monza on Sunday. Leclerc held on under intense pressure from first Lewis Hamilton 
(No. 44 Mercedes-AMG Petronas) and then Valtteri Bottas (No. 77 Mercedes-AMG Petronas) as both Mercedes drivers ran close behind Leclerc throughout the race. Leclerc's victory was his second in a row, following his maiden win in Belgium a week ago, and Ferrari's first at their home race since Fernando Alonso's win in 2010. With this victory, Leclerc established himself as the new force to be reckoned with in F1. Mario Andretti, the 1978 World Champion who drove for Ferrari at the start of his career and at the end of the 1982 season, said: "Fab win for Charles Leclerc, under pressure all the way. Future world champion for sure." Eight days after the loss of his friend Anthoine Hubert in a Formula 2 crash in Spa, Leclerc was overcome with intense emotions after the race. "I have never been so tired," Leclerc said, before switching to Italian and saying: "It was the hardest race" and describing the win as "a dream." Bottas was second and Hamilton finished third. (Thanks to BBC Sport.)
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Kevin Harvick (No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Mobil 1 Ford) dominated the Big Machine Vodka 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads toward its 10-race playoff. Harvick was in a class by himself all day long, finishing 6.118-seconds ahead of runner-up Joey Logano (No. 22 Team Penske Shell Pennzoil Ford). Harvick started from the pole, led five times for 119 laps and controlled the event, except for one 19-lap stretch when eventual seventh-place finisher Ryan Blaney grabbed the top spot after a restart on Lap 112. “I can’t tell you how much coming to Indianapolis means to me,” Harvick said. “... I watched Rick Mears win the Indy 500 and got to be around him as a kid. He was my hero. My team built a great race car. I can’t say enough about everyone on (this team). They built a heck of a race car. It’s the same stuff that we took to Michigan and had a real good weekend there, obviously, and went to Victory Lane. I know how much this means to (crew chief) Rodney (Childers) and all the guys who work on this car. We’ve been so close at winning here before.” Bubba Wallace finished third in the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Chevrolet. (Thanks to NASCAR Media)
(Trans Am by Pirelli)
Ernie Francis Jr. (No. 98 Frameless Shower Doors Ford Mustang) dominated the entire 100-mile Trans Am presented by Pirelli TA class feature at Watkins Glen International last weekend. Going flag to flag for his third consecutive Trans Am victory, Francis Jr. padded his championship lead over Chris Dyson (No. 20 Plaid Ford Mustang), collecting all points available for the weekend. Dyson was second and Tomy Drissi (No. 8 Burtin Racing Lucas Oil Slick Mist/Axalta Chevrolet Camaro) finished third. 


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