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Sato still reveling in Indy triumph

/ May 31, 2017

Sato still reveling in Indy triumph

There is no rest for Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato, and that’s OK. Still ecstatic on Tuesday at his new place in history as the first Japanese driver to win “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” Sato posed for photos atop the Empire State Building, ...

Sato competing for pole position at Indy 500

/ May 21, 2017

Sato competing for pole position at Indy 500

American Ed Carpenter and Takuma Sato led nine finalists for the Indianapolis 500 pole position battle while France’s Sebastien Bourdais suffered a fractured hip and pelvis after a fiery wreck in Saturday qualifying. Carpenter, the 2013 and 2014 Indy 500 pole sitter, had a ...

/ May 7, 2017

Nakajima helps lead Toyota to 1-2 finish

Toyota further stamped its early-season World Endurance Championship dominance at Spa-Francorchamps on Saturday, leading the field home with a one-two finish. Japan’s Kazuki Nakajima and his co-drivers Sebastian Buemi and Anthony Davidson took a second victory in as many races, finishing just under 2 ...

Latvala steers Toyota to first win in 17 years

/ Feb 13, 2017

Latvala steers Toyota to first win in 17 years

Toyota returned to the World Rally Championship winners’ circle for the first time since 1999 on Sunday, as Jari-Matti Latvala won Rally Sweden. In just the team’s second rally since returning to the sport after a 17-year hiatus, Latvala and his co-driver, fellow Finn ...

/ Jan 19, 2017

FIA approves sale of Formula One to Liberty Media

Formula One’s governing body, the International Automobile Federation (FIA), said Wednesday it had approved Liberty Media’s $8 billion takeover of the sport. “The World Motor Sport Council has unanimously approved the change of control of Delta Topco Limited (the holding company of the Formula ...