Penske gives IndyCar some buzz with Stewart offer IndyCar's management has been nothing short of a disaster since the season ended with the Hulman & Co. board of directors stumbling along until CEO Randy Bernard was let go ... press just as its banquet puts the series briefly back into the spotlight. 06/6/2014 - 4:13 am | View Link
IndyCar moves forward but reflects on Wheldon’s death But all of the momentum the series had built was halted in the season finale ... This down season has been terrible, quite frankly,” said IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard. “Any driver or owner will tell you the same thing. There’s so many good things ... 03/14/2012 - 9:57 am | View Link
IndyCar Notebook: Wheldon runs for $5 million, schedule coming soon Wheldon was the choice after no one took up the series challenge for $5 million. IndyCar series CEO Randy Bernard said the $5 million challenge ... And how, with a new car in 2012, the series puts together 33 entries for the month of May is anybody's ... 09/14/2011 - 10:16 pm | View Link
Patrick to leave IndyCar behind for NASCAR On the other side of the wheel, Patrick’s decision leaves a big void in IndyCar. The series has made some big strides under the direction of CEO Randy Bernard, who has aggressively reshaped the sport with innovative marketing approaches. But for all the ... 08/25/2011 - 11:55 am | View Link
After the IndyCar race, feasibility questions (JOSH GIBNEY / UNION LEADER) LOUDON — Jerry Gappens spent the last couple of years trying to convince the IndyCar Series ... Bruton Smith, CEO of track owner Speedway Motorsports Inc., along with IndyCar chief executive officer Randy Bernard and his ... 08/15/2011 - 5:06 pm | View Link
Closing arguments in the rape trial of two former Vanderbilt football players could begin as early as Monday.
Throughout the trial, jurors have seen graphic videos and photos of the alleged sexual assault of an unconscious 21-year-old student.
Tokyo Olympic organizers have signed up Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation as the first domestic sponsor of the 2020 Games.
NTT, which provided a variety of telecommunications services for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, will be the organizing committee's official telecommunications services partner.
Tokyo organizers and NTT did not release financial terms of the deal.
NTT is the largest telecommunications company in the world in terms of revenue.
Big-serving Milos Raonic advanced to the Australian Open quarterfinals with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-7(7), 6-3 win Monday over Feliciano Lopez of Spain.
After breaking Lopez' serve in the eighth game of the final set, Raonic won all four points in the next game to clinch the match.
Victoria Azarenka is packing her bags and leaving the Australian Open far earlier than years past, but the two-time former champion sure had fun while she was here.
For the Belarussian, who is putting forth a more carefree image these days, this might be just as important as winning.
Unseeded after an injury-marred season, Azarenka had the toughest draw of any of the top female contenders at Melbourne Park, yet she moved through three rounds with ease, not dropping a set to Sloane Stephens, Caroline Wozniacki or Barbora Zahlavova Strycova.
On Monday, though, her run came to an end against 2014 finalist, Dominika Cibulkova, in a match filled with extended rallies, momentum shifts and impressive shot-making.
Belgian authorities and the country's football federation are seeking action against Standard Liege fans who displayed a massive banner showing a drawing of a beheaded Anderlecht player ahead of their weekend match.
The banner reading "Red or Dead" referred to the Standard colors and also showed a drawing of a masked man with a huge knife and the head of Anderlecht midfielder Steven Defour, who used to play for Standard before moving to arch rival Anderlecht.
The display caused much uproar and the interior ministry said it is considering sanctions that can go as high as a five-year stadium ban and a fine of 5,000 euros ($5,000).
Foreign Minister Didier Reynders already called the banner "tasteless, stupid and unacceptable.