No. 979
January 16, 2018

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OCTOBER 24, 2018

Kimi Raikkonen (No. 7 Scuderia Ferrari) took his first - and very popular - victory in more than five years in the United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas on Sunday in Austin, Texas. Max Verstappen (No. 33 Aston Martin Red Bull Racing) made a superb charge from eighteenth position on the starting grid to finish second, and Lewis Hamilton (No. 44 Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport) just failed to clinch a fifth world title when he finished third. In a tense finish, Raikkonen, Verstappen and Hamilton were nose to tail and the Mercedes driver failed in his one opportunity to pass the Dutchman with three laps to go. Hamilton, who will have to wait until the race in Grand Prix of Mexico next weekend to have another chance of clinching the title, leaves Austin, Texas, with a 70-point lead over Vettel (No. 5 Scuderia Ferrari), who eventually finished fourth. There are 75 points available over the remaining three grands prix. Watch the race highlights .
Marc Marquez (No. 93 Repsol Honda Team RC213V) won the MotoGP Motegi Japan and with it his fifth MotoGP title on Sunday. Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso (No. 4 Ducati Team) broke clear of Cal Crutchlow (No. 35 LCR Honda CASTROL RC213V) in the closing stages, but the Ducati rider fell on the penultimate lap to confirm Marquez as champion with three rounds to go. Alex Rins (No. 42 team SUZUKI ECSTAR GSX-RR) ascended to another podium for Suzuki with Dovizioso's exit. Valentino Rossi (No. 46 Movistar Yamaha MotoGP YZR-M1) meanwhile is now closing in on Dovizioso for title runner-up after finishing fourth. Watch the entire race 
(Jason Hanna/NASCAR Digital Media)
Chase Elliott
, the scion of NASCAR Hall of Famer Bill Elliott, now has three wins in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the latest coming at Kansas Speedway in Sunday’s Round of 12 elimination race in the series playoffs. Elliott (No. 9 Hendrick Motorsports Mountain Dew Chevrolet) took charge in the Hollywood Casino 400 when Kevin Harvick (No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Busch Light Ford) was hit with a pit road speeding penalty on his last green-flag pit stop on Lap 214 of 267. Elliott inherited the lead when Brad Keselowski (No. 2 Team Penske Discount Tire Ford) came to pit road on Lap 224, and he stayed out front the rest of the way. Kyle Busch (No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing M&Ms Halloween Toyota) cut Elliott’s three-second lead to .300 seconds but could get no closer, finishing second. Kyle Larson (No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing McDonald's Chevrolet) — needing a victory to advance to the Round of 8 — came up short with a desperation charge that carried him to a third-place finish. Going forward in the next round are Elliott, Aric Amirola, Harvick, Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Martin Truex Jr., Clint Boyer and Kurt Busch. Eliminated from contention were Ryan Blaney, Larson, Keselowski and Alex Bowman. Watch a video .
John Heinricy, of Clarkston, Michigan, raced to the win and his 14th National Championship in American Sedan (AS) class during the 55th SCCA® National Championship Runoffs® at Sonoma Raceway on Friday. Heinricy (No. 56 Hoosier/Hawk/Mobil Chevrolet Camaro) put in a flawless drive for his 14th career National Championship and now trails only Jerry Hansen’s seemingly unapproachable record of 27 titles. Later in the weekend, Heinricy (No. 35 Phoenix/Hoosier/ Hawk/Mobil 1 Toyota 86) added to his total when he won his 15th title after a tough battle with Gresham Wagner in Touring 4 (T4). Heinricy moved even closer to Hansen in overall Runoffs wins and is now two wins ahead of Duane Davis.
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