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|6||John Wes Townley||7||Toyota||148||$15,435||14||0||38|
|7||German Quiroga Jr.||77||Toyota||148||$15,235||20||0||37|
|15||Darrell Wallace Jr.||54||Toyota||148||$15,110||18||0||29|
|17||Jimmy Weller III||81||Toyota||148||$13,810||30||0||27|
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Brendan Gaughan #62
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German Quiroga Jr. #77
Ross Chastain #19
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Cale Gale #33
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Ryan Sieg #39
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Johnny Sauter #98
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Jeff Agnew #27
B.J. McLeod #78
Austin Dillon #6
Matt Crafton #88
Max Gresham #8
Dakoda Armstrong #60
Frank Kimmel #13
Mason Mingus #35
D.J. Kennington #84
Joey Coulter #18
Norm Benning #57
Brennan Newberry #24
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31 min ago | The Straits Times
Red Bull driver Mark Webber of Australia steers his car ahead of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain and Ferrari driver Felipe Massa of Brazil at the he Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at the Interlagos racetrack in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Nov 24, 2013.
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31 min ago | Mirror.co.uk
Red Bull star winning nine Grands Prix on the spin to seal his fourth world title in a row with three rounds to go sparks major changes Bosses hope the change will keep other drivers in the title hunt after Red Bull dominated this year's crown.
31 min ago | Sky Sports
Malcolm Wilson hopes he can persuade Robert Kubica to lead his M-Sport team in the 2014 World Rally Championship.
2 hrs ago | Metro
The FIA has stunned Formula One fans by deciding that double points will be awarded to drivers and constructors at the final race of the 2014 season.
3 hrs ago | Paddock Talk
Mark Webber has admitted Red Bull's desire to please his former teammate Sebastian Vettel contributed to his decision to quit F1.
8 hrs ago | AutoWeek
The newly re-elected FIA president Jean Todt says he supports moves to reinstate permanent numbers to drivers in Formula One.
11 hrs ago | BleacherReport
In the fast moving world of Formula One, nothing stands still for long and that includes the F1 rumours and gossip column.
12 hrs ago | Planet-F1.com
Having finished a distant fifth in the Constructors' Championship last year, not too much was expected from the Brackley-based squad this season.
13 hrs ago | PitPass.com
A few years ago, you would have been forgiven for responding with a resounding "no" to this question - but all of a sudden, anyone who did so must now be feeling decidedly edgy to say the least.
We've been speaking of Formula 1 broadcasters and awards over here but this news is about the new kid in town.
While winter storms batter the country with sleet, ice, snow, and freezing rain, we should all be staying inside and away from civilization to stay safe.
Danica Patrick has been racing in NASCAR since 2010, so you'd think she'd built a pretty thick armor by now, like every racing driver does.
If you're not a racing fan, the experience of standing next to a revving Formula One race car - even a famous one - is not that much different than having a leaf blower strapped to your head.
When the FIA revealed the final calendar for the 2014 Formula One World Championship , it was lacking in one specific area: namely, the proposed Grand Prix of America that was set to take place in New Jersey just across the river from Manhattan did not make the cut.
Formula One is a strange sport. It's not strange in that it's got open wheels or drivers from all over the world, that sort of thing is normal.
Mark Webber is given a lift back to the pits by Fernando Alonso during the Singapore Grand Prix in September.
As Formula One welcomes a new era in 2014, Jenson Button says he wants to be around for the long haul.