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David Donohue won the 24-hour endurance auto race Sunday at the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway by 0.167 seconds ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya. Donohue's victory at the Rolex 24 came on the 40th anniversary of his late father's win at this race, and spoiled a bid by Chip Ganassi Racing for a fourth consecutive Rolex 24 checkered flag. Donohue passed Ganassi's Montoya with 39 minutes remaining and recorded the closest margin of victory in the race's history. I'm just proud that I can...
By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL (Reuters) - McLaren say they are willing to release Juan Pablo Montoya from his Formula One contract providing they do not have to keep paying his salary to the end of the year.
By Alan Baldwin MAGNY-COURS, France (Reuters) - Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya could race again in Formula One this season and will not be allowed to compete in NASCAR until his McLaren contract ends, team boss Ron Dennis said on Friday.
By Alan Baldwin MAGNY-COURS, France (Reuters) - NASCAR fans can forget about Ferrari's Michael Schumacher following Juan Pablo Montoya into the U.S. stock car series.
By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - NASCAR will welcome Juan Pablo Montoya more than Formula One will miss the hot-tempered Colombian. The McLaren driver's decision at the weekend to trade the glamour of grands prix for the good ol' boys of U.S.
By Alastair Himmer TOKYO (Reuters) - Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon will not rule out a dream move to Formula One as early as next year -- but it would take an offer he could not refuse.
By Alan Baldwin SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Spaniard Fernando Alonso won a chaotic Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday to hand Renault the Formula One constructor's title on top of the driver's crown he took last month.
By Alan Baldwin SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reuters) - Spain's Fernando Alonso made Formula One history as the youngest champion at the age of 24 on Sunday after finishing third for Renault in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reuters) - Williams made a nightmare return to the scene of their last Formula One victory on Sunday with their drivers colliding seconds after the start of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
By Alan Baldwin MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - Renault's Fernando Alonso could be crowned Formula One's youngest champion next weekend after finishing second to Juan Pablo Montoya of McLaren in the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday.