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Friday July 25, 2014
  • Contender or pretender? Montoya claims to have 'good shot' at Indy
  • Making what is now a rare NASCAR Sprint Cup start for Team Penske, Juan Pablo Montoya was among the fastest in Friday practice and claims he has a legitimate shot at his first stock-car win on an oval.

  • Riding high at home: Native Hoosier Newman looking for Indy repeat
  • Ryan Newman posted one of the biggest victories of his career last year, shortly after learning he would not be returning to Stewart-Haas Racing. Now driving for Richard Childress Racing, he hopes to repeat.

  • Montoya back at Indy intent on winning for Penske
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Juan Pablo Montoya is back at Indianapolis Motor Speedway - one night only, an encore of sorts, in a guest-starring role for Team Penske.

  • NASCAR drivers want changes on the schedule
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) NASCAR Chairman Brian France says nothing drastic will be done to next year's schedule.

  • Busch trades Double for Single attempt at Indy
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Kurt Busch is slacking at Indy. He's only entered in one race, scheduled to drive just 400 miles, and has no reason for a mad dash to the helicopter to catch a ride to another track.

  • Petty believes NASCAR should be helping teams
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Richard Petty said Friday the newly formed Race Team Alliance was necessary because NASCAR hasn't done enough to help team owners slash costs.

  • Ambrose dodges questions about future in NASCAR
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Marcos Ambrose on Friday declined to discuss a report that he's considering returning to Australia to run the V8 Supercar Series for Roger Penske.

  • Return to track after Indy 500 means more to Kurt Busch now
  • Kurt Busch gained the respect of Indy fans with his solid run in the Indianapolis 500 in May. Now he wants to show them what he can do in a stock car.

  • Friday notebook: Toyotas lead the way in Sprint Cup practice at Indy
  • Friday notebook from Indianapolis Motor Speedway: Toyotas lead the way in practice, paced by Matt Kenseth of Joe Gibbs Racing and Clint Bowyer of Michael Waltrip Racing.

  • Feels like home: Indy declares July 27 'Jeff Gordon Day'
  • Indiana, native and four-time Brickyard 400 winner Jeff Gordon will be honored by the city of Indianapolis on Sunday with 'Jeff Gordon Day.' 

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