No. 984
February 20, 2018

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OCTOBER 10, 2018

Lewis Hamilton (No. 44 AMG Petronas Motorsport) dominated the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, with his teammate Valterri Bottas (No. 77 
AMG Petronas Motorsport) finishing in second position. It was Hamilton’s 71st career victory and his sixth in the last seven races, and he scored his 80th pole position as well. Hamilton now enjoys a 67-point lead over Sebastian Vettel (No. 5 Scuderia Ferrari), and he can clinch the title - equaling Juan Manuel Fangio’s five - if he wins the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, on October 21 and Vettel fails to finish second. Even then it would likely only delay the inevitable until Mexico the following weekend. Max Verstappen (No. 33 Aston Martin Red Bull Racing) came in third on Sunday.
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Chase Elliott (No. 9 Hendrick Motorsports NAPA AUTO PARTS Chevrolet) won the Gander Outdoors 400 in overtime at Dover International Speedway on Sunday. Elliott passed runner-up Denny Hamlin (No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing FEDEX EXPRESS Toyota) through Turns 1 and 2 after a restart on Lap 403 and finished .265 second ahead of the JGR driver. With the victory — his second of the season and the second of his career — Elliott moved into the Round of 8 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. “This was a lot about perseverance,” said Elliott, who recovered from a penalty for an uncontrolled tire incurred during a yellow-flag pit stop on Lap 123. “We had a penalty early and fell behind and luckily had a good enough car and good strategy to get back (to the front). What a day!" Joey Logano (No. 22 Team Penske SHELL PENNZOIL Ford) finished third.
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Championship leader Marc Marquez (No. 93 Repsol Honda team) held off title rival Andrea Dovizioso (No. 4 Ducati Team) to win a thrilling inaugural Thailand MotoGP at the Chang International Circuit. Polesitter Marquez passed Dovizioso on the final corner to secure his seventh win of the season. 
Marquez extended his championship lead over Dovizioso to 77 points with four races remaining. He can clinch a fifth MotoGP title in six years at Motegi in Japan on October 21. Maverick Vinales (No. 25 Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) finished third, with Valentino Rossi (No. 46 Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) fourth. "It was difficult. It is amazing to win after a difficult weekend," said Marquez. At the halfway mark, Dovizioso, Marquez and Rossi began to pull clear inside the final 10 laps. Vinales was able to close the gap and passed Yamaha teammate Rossi to finish third with seven laps remaining. Marquez and Dovizioso traded places constantly inside the final three laps, with the Spaniard making the crucial move over his Italian rival on the final bend. "It is not nice to lose on the last corner, but I am really happy. We did incredible work and we continue to improve," said Dovizioso.
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The 2019 Audi R8 LMS GT3 EVO made its U.S. debut this week at Road Atlanta during Petit Le Mans weekend. “We’ve put even greater focus on our customers, gathered information from our Audi Sport teams and used our learnings from the successful competition model to create this evolved version of the R8 LMS GT3,” said Michael-Julius Renz, managing director of Audi Sport GmbH. The latest R8 LMS GT3 has optimized aerodynamics and brake cooling to provide greater consistency, and increased strength of transmission elements. The vehicle also features substantial modifications to the overall concept and longer service intervals for the clutch and transmission to reduce overall costs. The 2019 R8 LMS GT3 EVO will be available for sale in the U.S. in December for $514,900. The EVO body kit will also be available in December for current owners of existing R8 LMS GT3 models at $34,900 along with a recommended transmission/gearbox update at $9,900.

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