Andretti's 40 CART wins rank third all-time.
Andretti Not Done with Brickyard
After a five-year absence, Michael Andretti is planning to race in the Indianapolis 500. Andretti, who will compete for Team Green in the CART series this season, started 11 Indy 500s before the CART/IRL split in 1995 but never won. The event is part of the IRL series.
Features and Columns
Poensgen ready to prove herself
Grand prix motorcycler Katja Poensgen is of a different breed.
Chat wrap: Steve Boniface
The French supercross racer answered your questions Thursday night.
Barrichello: Schumacher more relaxed
F1 champ Michael Schumacher is a more relaxed driver this year, according to teammate Rubens Barrichello.
Arute: NASCAR opens with bang
Racing fans gather to watch "The Great American Race."
Schumacher: I'm not a movie star
F1 champ's relationship with fans is improving.
Chat: Kenny Bernstein and John Force
Two of the NHRA's top drivers stopped by to talk about the 2001 season.
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Carmichael runs away in Phoenix
Just like Jeremy McGrath did for eight seasons, Ricky Carmichael took an early lead, ran away from the pack and never looked back.
Post Race: Carmichael, McGrath, LaRocco, and Fonseca
Supercross stars talk about their performance in round four of the EA Sports Supercross series.
Road 2 Recovery raises $10,000 in inaugural tournament
Nick Wey and "associates" take the win.
Interview: Travis Pastrana and Roger DeCoster
Team Suzuki's Travis Pastrana and Team Manager, Roger DeCoster talk about Pastrana's foray into the 250cc class in 2001.
Laguna Seca Bike Test Interview: Eric Bostrom and Al Ludington
Bostrom gives his two cents and Crew Chief, Team Kawasaki Al Ludington talks briefly about Kawasaki's new machines.
Bike Test Interview: Mat Mladin and Kevin Schwantz
Team Suzuki's Mat Mladin and Kevin Schwantz talk about the crunch of getting in all the tests.
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Complete TV Listings
Final standings
1. Gil de Ferran, Honda/Reynard, 168 pts.
2. Adrian Fernandez, Ford/Reynard, 158 pts.
3. Roberto Moreno, Ford/Reynard, 147 pts.
4. Kenny Brack, Ford/Reynard, 135 pts.
5. Paul Tracy, Honda/Reynard, 134 pts.
6. Jimmy Vasser, , Toyota/Lola, 131
7. Helio Castroneves, Honda/Reynard, 129 pts.
8. Michael Andretti, Ford/Lola, 127 pts.
9. Juan Montoya, Toyota/Lola, 126 pts.
10. Cristiano da Matta, Toyota/Reynard, 112 pts.
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ESPN's David Lloyd talks to NHRA Top Fuel champion Gary Scelzi.

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Final standings
1. Buddy Lazier, 290 pts.
2. Scott Goodyear, 272 pts.
3. Eddie Cheever Jr., 257 pts.
4. Eliseo Salazar, 210 pts.
5. Mark Dismore, 202 pts.
8. Donnie Beechler, 202 pts.
6. Scott Sharp, 196 pts.
7. Robbie Buhl, 190 pts.
9. Al Unser Jr. 188 pts.
10. Billy Boat, 181
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Final standings
1. Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 108 pts.
2. Mika Hakkinen, McLaren, 89 pts.
3. David Coulthard, McLaren, 73 pts.
4. Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 62 pts.
5. Ralf Schumacher, BMW-Williams, 24 pts.
6. Giancarlo Fisichella, Benetton, 18 pts.
7. Jacques Villeneuve, BAR, 17 pts.
8. Jenson Button, BMW-Williams, 12 pts.
9. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Jordan, 11 pts.
10(t). Jarno Trulli, Jordan; Mika Salo, Sauber, 6 pts.
Full Standings
Final standings
1. Gary Scelzi, 1,890
2. Tony Schumacher, 1,624
1. John Force, 1,972
2. Ron Capps, 1,551
1. Jeg Coughlin, 2,054
1. Bob Panella, 1,372
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