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4/5/2024 |  Japanese drivers try to break through in Formula 1 but face linguistic and geographical barriers (Associated Press (AP)) SUZUKA, Japan (AP) — About two dozen Japanese drivers have raced in Formula 1 over almost 50 years, and success has been limited. A Japanese driver has never won an F1 race, which means Ayumu Iwasa’s goals are unbelievably high.
“I want to be in an F1 seat as a regular driver, and also be world champion,” the 22-year-old Iwasa said Friday after driving a single practice session for the RB team. “For sure it’s not easy.”
4/5/2024 |  Verstappen hopes to use Japan’s high-speed Suzuka circuit to reassert his dominance in Formula 1 (Associated Press (AP)) SUZUKA, Japan (AP) — Max Verstappen said he found Japan’s Suzuka circuit “intimidating” the first time he navigated a Formula 1 car around the figure-eight layout with its high-speed corners and narrow confines.
No longer daunted by Suzuka, the track looks like an ideal bounce-back destination for Verstappen. In the last F1 race two weeks ago in Australia, a fire on his right-rear brakes forced him out on the fourth lap — ending a nine-race victory string.
4/5/2024 |  ‘Almost NASCAR champion’ Hamlin feuds with track owner in social media spat that turned personal (Associated Press (AP)) CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — One of NASCAR’s top track owners deleted social media posts made earlier Friday morning in a back-and-forth spat with top driver Denny Hamlin that began when Hamlin criticized the repaving of Sonoma Raceway in California.
Marcus Smith, chairman of the Speedway Motorsports conglomerate that owns 10 of the tracks on NASCAR’s Cup Series schedule, took exception to Hamlin’s post that pointed out a Thursday sports car test was canceled because of problems with the new surface on the California road course.
4/5/2024 |  Tempers simmering as Cup Series action moves to Martinsville (DEADSPIN) When NASCAR's most unflappable and respected driver becomes slightly unhinged at the end of a race, you know the action is heating up on the short-track portion of the Cup Series schedule.
4/5/2024 |  Explaining the Denny Hamlin-Marcus Smith spat; Sonoma pavement update (Fox Sports) Sonoma Raceway is working to repave areas of the track that came apart during a non-NASCAR event Wednesday. The work should be concluded today in hopes that the event can resume Saturday.
Whether the Denny Hamlin-Marcus Smith relationship can be patched up just as quickly remains to be seen.
Hamlin (a driver and co-team owner) and Smith (the Speedway Motorsports Chairman) had a late-night beef on X, formerly known as Twitter, where Hamlin accused the company that owns several tracks of trying to repave on a limited budget.

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