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Scott Dixon wins the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series Championship
 
Monday Racing Roundup: What A Finish! Dixon Wins Race, Title On Tiebreak
Juan Pablo Montoya entered the 85-lap GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma with a 34-point cushion on second-place Graham Rahal and 47-point lead on Scott Dixon. But it was Dixon, who started ninth in the No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet, who departed Wine Country with the title. Dixon won for the second consecutive year at Sonoma Raceway, and claimed the title on a tiebreaker with three race wins to Montoya's two wins.
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Matt Kenseth
 
Monday Racing Roundup: Kenseth Maintains JGR Hot Streak at Michigan
The Coors Light polesitter for Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, Kenseth quickly exhibited his mastery of the high-drag aerodynamic package, leading 146 of 200 laps in winning for the third time this season, the third time at Michigan and the 34th time in his career.
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Victory Podium
 
Marquez Makes it Three Straight at Red Bull Indianapolis GP
Two-time defending MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez passed Jorge Lorenzo in the closing laps to notch his third consecutive title at the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Marc Marquez
 
Marquez Wins 2015 Red Bull Indianapolis GP
The 22-year-old Spaniard won for the third consecutive time in MotoGP and fifth time overall at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, passing Jorge Lorenzo with three laps to go in the 27-lap main event and holding on for the win by .688 of a second in the No. 93 Repsol Honda.
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Ben Spies
 
Ben Spies Q&A: It's One of the Most Important Weekends
Ben Spies is a three time AMA Superbike Champion, former WorldSBK Champion (2009) and a MotoGP™ race winner (Assen 2011) whose career was ended by injury in 2013. Spies chatted to motogp.com ahead of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix to give us his unique insights into his ‘home’ Grand Prix:
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Starting Row
 
Marquez Takes Pole Position for 2015 Red Bull Indianapolis GP
The Spaniard won the pole for the third consecutive year, clocking a lap of 1 minute, 31.884 seconds on the 16-turn, 2.591-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. It was his fifth pole of the season and 27th in 46 career MotoGP races.
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Marc Marquez
 
Marquez Back On Top in Third Practice for Red Bull Indianapolis GP
The Spaniard put his No. 93 Repsol Honda atop the speed chart for the first time in Saturday morning practice, clocking a lap of 1 minute, 32.392 seconds around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s 16-turn, 2.591-mile road course. It was the fastest lap of the weekend.
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Nicky Hayden
 
Home Heroes: Nicky Hayden
2006 saw Nicky Hayden crowned as the MotoGP™ World Champion, continuing a long line of American champions in the 500cc class: Kenny Roberts Sr., Freddie Spencer, Eddie Lawson, Wayne Rainey, Kevin Schwantz and Kenny Roberts Jnr. But since 2006 no American has been able to lift the crown, the MotoGP™ championship dominated by flying Spanish and Italian riders.
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IMS Pagoda
 
'New Way to the Speedway' to Assist Fans Attending the Red Bull Indianapolis GP at IMS
Fans attending the eighth annual Red Bull Indianapolis GP featuring the world’s best and fastest motorcycle riders Aug. 8-10, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are encouraged to review the “New Way to the Speedway” plan implemented in May by IMS.
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Jorge Lorenzo
 
Lorenzo Dominates Opening Day at Red Bull Indianapolis GP
Two-time world champion Jorge Lorenzo of Spain paced the field during the first day of MotoGP practice for the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Friday, Aug. 7, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Jorge Lorenzo
 
Lorenzo Tops First Practice of 2015 Red Bull Indianapolis GP
Lorenzo, on the No. 99 Movistar Yamaha, took over the top spot late in the session from Marc Marquez, the two-time defending champion of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP. Marquez was second in the session at 1:33.747 on the No. 93 Repsol Honda.
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Matt Carr
 
Local Racers Hoping to Shine at Indy
Indianapolis has long been a capital of auto racing, but leading motorcycle racers from Central Indiana are few and far between. This year, Indianapolis fans will have a couple of local riders to root for, Gene Burcham of Plainfield and Matt Carr of Fishers, who are both competing in the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 class during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend.
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