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- Red Bull’s Cole Whitt used a three-wide move coming to the checkered flag to salvage a 12th-place finish in Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. In Turn One Racing’s No. 60, Whitt had a strong weekend despite a pit stop that put the second-year NASCAR driver behind just past the 50-laps-to-go mark. Whitt entered the pits under the race’s fourth yellow running fourth. He left, however, in 11th and fought traffic and turbulent air the rest of the way. “The main thing - we beat ourselves. We beat ourselves at Darlington. We beat ourselves here, too,” Whitt said. “We need to clean it up a bit.” Whitt currently ranks fifth in the drivers’ standings - 12 points behind leader Johnny Sauter entering another race on concrete, May 13 at Dover.
Sally Fitzgibbons follows her fellow Australian Mick Fanning to victory at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach 2012 in Victoria…
Australia’s Sally Fitzgibbons continues to dominate Down Under in 2012 with victory over Malia Manuel in two-foot (one metre) surf in the Hunter Ports Women’s Classic at Merewether beach, Newcastle,...
A fit and firing Mick Fanning is ready to put a difficult end to last year behind him as he prepares for the Quiksilver Pro starting on Australia's Gold Coast on February 25...
Sally Fitzgibbons is the New Number One 30/04/2011
Sally Fitzgibbons secured her second consecutive elite tour victory, winning the ASP Subaru Pro in Taranaki, New Zealand, on Saturday, to climb to the top of the female rankings...
Gee Atherton vs David Knight 3/12/2010
The ultimate challenge of man versus machine took place at the home of UK mountain biking, Fort William, between downhill World Cup Winner 2010, Gee Atherton, and Enduro E3 World Champion 2010, David...