IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay takes checkered flag at Milwaukee Mile He was running really strong, really strong all weekend.” But it was still a huge success for Andretti, who is in negotiations with IndyCar to promote the race next year. “It’s just a huge win for us for sure,” Andretti said. “Last year ... 06/15/2013 - 12:32 pm | View Link
Milwaukee IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay takes victory Ryan Hunter-Reay took the win and moved to second in the points with a controlled performance in the IndyCar race at the Milwaukee Mile. Hunter-Reay, whose 2012 championship campaign was kick-started by his victory in last year's Milwaukee race ... 06/15/2013 - 12:02 pm | View Link
Ryan Hunter-Reay finishes second in Detroit race one claimed his third 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series podium of the season with a second-place finish on Saturday in the first race of the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit at the Raceway on Belle Isle. Starting fourth on the grid for the 70-lap/164.22-mile race on the 13 ... 06/1/2013 - 10:25 pm | View Link
Hunter-Reay takes Barber IndyCar pole Ryan Hunter-Reay survived a late challenge from Will Power to claim pole position for this weekend's IndyCar race at Barber Motorsports Park. In a drama-filled session, the reigning champion moved to the top late in the Fast Six with a best lap of 1m07 ... 04/6/2013 - 7:17 am | View Link
IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay takes racing career to next level with first championship Experience has taught Power that anything can happen in IndyCar, and he’s been on the receiving end of his own fluke accidents — a pit road collision that was not his fault in last year’s second-to-last race ultimately cost him the championship. 09/16/2012 - 6:20 pm | View Link
ESPN has been heavily promoting Thursday’s 6 p.m. SportsCenter, but it seems that has gone the way of the Leisure Suit and bushy mustache. The episode was was slated to be hosted by Ron Burgundy and Champ Kind, characters - played by Will Ferrell and David Koechner, respectively - in the comedy classic “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” and the upcoming sequel, due out before Christmas.
Third base coach Mark Berry was offered a chance to stay on, but declined, general manager Walt Jocketty said on Wednesday. Berry missed more than half of the 2013 season after being diagnosed with cancer of the tonsils and lymph nodes during spring training.
It turns out that Gawker wasn't the only entity desperately trying to buy video footage of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack. According to newly released passages of a sworn police affidavit filed in Toronto court, Mayor Ford may have attempted to purchase the video himself well before Gawker even knew about its existence.