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Mercedes' Stoffel Vandoorne wins Formula E world title in Seoul


Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne won the Formula E title for the departing Mercedes team on Sunday as the electric motor racing championship wrapped up season eight with the 100th race of its history. The second of two E-prix in Seoul also ended an era for the FIA-sanctioned series, with season nine in 2023 introducing a new generation of quicker, lighter and more energy-efficient cars. Former McLaren F1 racer Vandoorne started fourth and ended up second in Sunday's race in and around the South Korean capital's Olympic stadium to take his first championship 33 points clear of Mitch Evans in a Jaguar. New Zealander Evans, who had won from third on Saturday to close the gap to 21 points, finished seventh after qualifying only 13th for a race he had to win while hoping Vandoorne finished outside the top seven.

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Chandler Smith gets third Truck Series victory of season at Richmond
Smith, who led the final 175 laps, sealed the victory by doing what he did all night: pulling away from John Hunter Nemechek on a restart with 28 laps to go after the lone caution for an on-track incident.

Kevin Harvick wins again; playoff picture still in flux
The 2014 series champion took the lead from Joey Logano with 66 laps to go and held off Christopher Bell at Richmond Raceway on Sunday for his second consecutive NASCAR Cup Series victory.
 

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Kyle Larson zoomed past Ty Gibbs and William Byron when the two leaders made contact with under five laps to go, then held off AJ Allmendinger to win the Xfinity Series race at Watkins Glen International on Saturday.

[url=https://www.espn.com/racing/story/_/id/34438369/kyle-larson-wins-nascar-cup-race-chase-elliott-takes-regular-season-crown-watkins-glen]Kyle Larson wins NASCAR Cup race, Chase Elliott takes regular-season crown at Watkins Glen

Elliott had control of the race late, but a caution gave Larson a chance and he took advantage, moving Elliott to the left coming out of the first turn and pulling away for a weekend Xfinity-Cup sweep. All was not lost for Elliott, however. Needing only four points to clinch the regular-season championship, he was able to secure that with his fourth-place finish at The Glen, a week before the finale.
 

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Team Penske extends Joey Logano's contract for No. 22 Ford
Logano joined Team Penske ahead of the 2013 season after he was dumped by Joe Gibbs Racing over lack of performance. But he's flourished at Penske and won 27 Cup races, including the 2015 Daytona 500, the 2016 NASCAR All-Star race.

South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley to drive NASCAR pace car at Darlington
This fall, Staley will be in her 15th season at South Carolina, which will have several of its top players back next season, starting with reigning AP Player of Year in Aliyah Boston. The Gamecocks defeated UConn in April to claim the program's latest NCAA crown.
 

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Austin Dillion, Ryan Blaney earn last two NASCAR playoff spot
Dillon's victory in the No. 3 Chevrolet was as stunning as Blaney's comeback. Running 16th at the time of the crash, he turned onto the apron to avoid the 15-car melee between Turns 1 and 2 that was caused by a summer shower everyone saw coming.
 

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NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs: Who's in? Who's out? And who's ready to win it all?
Welcome to the NASCAR playoffs!


Helpful hint: Don't call it the Chase. And don't dare call it the Playoff, singular. That's what they do over in college football, where only four teams are in the College Football Playoff field. Here in stock car country, there are 16 teams in the title fight, but like CFP and bowl season, those 16 teams share their postseason stage with a bunch of other teams that are competing for wins, but not for the championship.

NASCAR Playoff Standings


DRIVERWINSPLAYOFF APPEARANCESPLAYOFF WINSCHAMPIONSHIPS
1. Chase Elliott4761 (2020)
2. Joey Logano29101 (2018)
3. Ross Chastain2100
4. Kyle Larson2661 (2021)
5. William Byron2400
6. Denny Hamlin216110
7. Ryan Blaney0620
8. Tyler Reddick2200
9. Kevin Harvick216161 (2014)
10. Christopher Bell1200
11. Kyle Busch11582 (2015, 2019)
12. Chase Briscoe1100
13. Daniel Suarez1100
14. Austin Cindic1100
15. Alex Bowman1510
16. Austin Dillon1500
 

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NASCAR at Darlington playoff race 2022: Start time, TV, streaming, lineup for Cook Out Southern 500


Drivers competed in 26 regular-season races, and 16 earned berths to the 10-race postseason, which begins Sunday at Darlington Raceway. Chase Elliott, the 2020 Cup champion, topped the regular-season standings, and the Hendrick Motorsports driver (2,040 points) will open the playoffs as the top seed with a 15-point advantage. Team Penske's Joey Logano, the 2018 champ, earned the No. 2 seed and begins with 2,025 points. After a monster year in his first season with Trackhouse Racing, Ross Chastain (2,020 points) will make his playoff debut as the No. 3 seed. Hendrick Motorsports drivers Kyle Larson (2,019 points) — the reigning series champion and William Byron (2,014) round out the top five. The rest of the playoff field: Denny Hamlin (2,013 points) of Joe Gibbs Racing, Ryan Blaney (2,013) of Team Penske, Tyler Reddick (2,012) of Richard Childress Racing, Kevin Harvick (2,012) of Stewart-Haas Racing, Christopher Bell (2,011) of JGR, Kyle Busch (2,010) of JGR, Chase Briscoe (2,009) of SHR, Daniel Suarez (2,007) of Trackhouse, Austin Cindric (2,006) of Penske, Alex Bowman (2,006) of Hendrick and RCR's Austin Dillon (2,005), who clinched the final spot with a win in the regular-season finale at Daytona.

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Every thing you need to know about the 2022 NASCAR Playoffs
The NASCAR Playoffs is a 10-race grind, with no weeks off. Here’s the full schedule from Darlington through Phoenix, with all races broadcasted on NBC or USA Network:

Round of 16
  1. Darlington Raceway (Sept. 4, 6 p.m. ET, USA)
  2. Kansas Speedway (Sept. 11, 3 p.m. ET, USA)
  3. Bristol Motor Speedway (Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m. ET, USA)
Round of 12
  1. Texas Motor Speedway (Sept. 25, 3:30 p.m. ET, USA)
  2. Talladega Superspeedway (Oct. 2, 2 p.m. ET, NBC)
  3. Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course (Oct. 9, 2 p.m. ET, NBC)
Round of 8
  1. Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Oct. 16, 2:30 p.m. ET, NBC)
  2. Homestead-Miami Speedway (Oct. 23, 2:30 p.m. ET, NBC)
  3. Martinsville Speedway (Oct. 30, 2 p.m. ET, NBC)
Championship 4
  1. Phoenix Raceway (Nov. 6, 3 p.m. ET, NBC)
 

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