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  1. Bourdais loses out to Power play.
  2. Edmonton pole changes hands.
  3. Final qualifying times - Edmonton.
  4. Junqueira happy with overnight fourth.
  5. Eleventh not representative for upbeat Legge.
  6. Doornbos caught out by early end.
  7. Pagenaud paces Power in provisional Q.
  8. Rahal ready to continue Edmonton run.
  9. Bourdais happy with shortened session.
  10. Andretti to pilot two-seater in Edmonton.
  11. Bourdais: Power biggest title rival.
  12. FA: Hinchcliffe takes race one pole.
  13. Bourdais takes overnight pole in Edmonton.
  14. Qualifying times (1) - Edmonton.
  15. Conquest: We can challenge top teams.
  16. Improving Jani still eyeing wins.
  17. Rahal eyeing Edmonton podium.
  18. Bourdais: No more retirements for me.
  19. Halliday won't return with Conquest.
  20. Doornbos: Series lead will motivate me more.
  21. FA: Skerlong seeking better luck in Edmonton.
  22. Power out to reclaim championship lead.
  23. Wilson chasing 2006 repeat at Edmonton.
  24. Preview Grand Prix of Edmonton.
  25. Long Beach goes green.
  26. Power persuades Oz to increase coverage.
  27. Cotman promoted to executive VP.
  28. Bourdais confirmed for Race of Champions.
  29. Clarke getting to grips with new package.
  30. Bridgestone's ChampCar podcast: Live.
  31. Servia: It was our race!
  32. FA: Arizona 'Dash for Cash' date added.
  33. Wilson sorry for Dalziel.
  34. Jani, Wilson back on podium.
  35. Eventful day ends in wall for Rahal.
  36. Clarke: Tyre call was mine.
  37. Five out in lap one shunt.
  38. Doornbos takes points lead on 'crazy day'.
  39. Bourdais, Doornbos clash again.
  40. Legge: It was carnage!
  41. Team Australia increases Triple Crown lead.
  42. FA: Perera stays perfect in Canada.
  43. Power-boat P1.
  44. Race result - Toronto.
  45. Tough day for title contenders Doornbos, Power.
  46. First top ten starting position for Heylen.
  47. Legge unable to improve after early exit.
  48. PCM edging closer to top ten.
  49. Bourdais: We need to stay on our toes now.
  50. Wilson 'disappointed' to miss out on pole.
  51. Third place Servia leads Forsythe charge.
  52. Junqueira delivers season best of DCR.
  53. Pagenaud proves inexperience no barrier for him.
  54. Bourdais: We need to stay on our toes now.
  55. Wilson 'disappointed' to miss out on pole.
  56. Third place Servia leads Forsythe charge.
  57. Junqueira delivers season best of DCR.
  58. Pagenaud proves inexperience no barrier for him.
  59. FA: Matos claims stormy Toronto pole.
  60. Bourdais claims tight Toronto pole.
  61. Final qualifying times - Toronto.
  62. Power slowed by mechanical failure.
  63. Junqueira 'angry' at Power.
  64. Doornbos stays on form for fourth.
  65. Top ten start for Legge in Toronto.
  66. Bourdais still frustrated by Doornbos tactics.
  67. Servia 'frustrated but satisfied'
  68. Wilson waiting to make bid for pole.
  69. FA: Matos takes early advantage in Toronto.
  70. Bourdais back on top with provisional pole.
  71. Qualifying times (1) - Toronto.
  72. Qualifying times (1) - Toronto (top ten only).
  73. Tracy: Seb will be unhappy person in F1.
  74. Power, Pagenaud out to be streets ahead.
  75. Wilson, Tagliani looking for that extra push.
  76. Rahal: Finishing is good... winning is better.
  77. Bourdais: I won't dominate.
  78. Dalziel: Toronto is one of my faves.
  79. Legge back on the streets.
  80. Gommendy looking to extend breakthrough weekend.
  81. Heylen eyeing a finish in Toronto.
  82. Preview - Steelback Grand Prix of Toronto.
  83. Doornbos beginning to hint at title dreams.
  84. Clarke: I'm going for the win.
  85. High hopes dashed for Forsythe.
  86. Stall costs 'unlucky' Rahal shot at victory.
  87. Spin ends frustrating race for Heylen.
  88. Gommendy gutted as pole means nothing.
  89. Legge beats 'box bugs for eleventh.
  90. FA: Perera takes first win.
  91. Bourdais claims sour Doornbos' first win.
  92. Fightback gives Team Oz duo Crown lead.
  93. Doornbos rains on NHLR parade.
  94. Race result - Mont-Tremblant.
  95. Forsythe faster, but rain denies Tracy, Servia.
  96. Wilson ready for crazy race.
  97. Lottery for Doornbos, bummer for Clarke.
  98. Gommendy secures pole from sidelines.
  99. Power: It's important to be on front row.
  100. 'Nowhere to go but up' for Legge.
  101. FA: Perera claims first Atlantic pole.
  102. Rain hands Gommendy pole, Power front row.
  103. Final qualifying times - Mont-Tremblant.
  104. Qualifying times (2) - Mont-Tremblant.
  105. Forsythe duo struggle.
  106. Bourdais: So it's too easy?
  107. Team Australia pair happy with first qualifying.
  108. Gommendy 'feeling good' as PKV shines.
  109. Gommendy takes overnight pole - by 0.007secs.
  110. Qualifying times (1) - Mont-Tremblant.
  111. FA: Matos takes provisional St Jovite pole.
  112. Legge targets top ten at Tremblant.
  113. Preview - Champ Car Mont-Tremblant.
  114. Champ Car announces 'Triple Crown'.
  115. Tagliani goes back to his racing roots at home.
  116. Two-seater back in gear at Mont Tremblant.
  117. Conquest: Heylen crash could have been avoided.
  118. Pagenaud rues missed podium.
  119. Deflated Power remaining positive.
  120. Solid results for Wilson, Tagliani.
  121. 'Speedy' laments podium denying spin.
  122. Doornbos shrugs off penalty for second.
  123. Jani: I really feel good for the team.
  124. FA: Matos at the max in Cleveland.
  125. FA: Matos adds second Q point.
  126. 'One more caution' the key for Rahal.
  127. Bourdais laments bad day for fast cars.
  128. Early end grounds Legge.
  129. Tracy: I'm still in shock!
  130. Tracy wings it in Cleveland.
  131. Race results - Cleveland.
  132. Bourdais satisfied with Cleveland pole.
  133. Pagenaud: It could have been better...
  134. Legge eyeing Bruno in Cleveland.
  135. Minardi duo happier with qualifying effort.
  136. Bourdais keeps Pagenaud at bay for pole.
  137. Final qualifying times - Cleveland.
  138. FA: Matos claims provisional pole.
  139. Wilson: We are getting quicker.
  140. Jani: We should have been on the front row.
  141. 'Work to do' for Minardi.
  142. Bourdais relieved to secure front row.
  143. Bridgestone extend tyre deal.
  144. Strong start for Team Australia duo.
  145. Bourdais takes Cleveland provisional pole.
  146. Qualifying times (1) - Cleveland.
  147. Tracy: We need a good result in Cleveland.
  148. Confident Heylen excited by Cleveland return.
  149. Bourdais looking for quartet of wins.
  150. Doornbos out to extend run of form.
  151. Clarke eager to keep improving.
  152. Preview - Grand Prix of Cleveland.
  153. RSPORTS chasing Cleveland win.
  154. Power: Cleveland is an important race.
  155. Bourdais flies in, flies at Elkhart test.
  156. Heylen third fastest in Elkhart test.
  157. Doornbos: Road American is an amazing place.
  158. Power tops day one of Road America test.
  159. FA: Drive Energy Soda adds fizz to Muniz.
  160. Pagenaud latest to slam 'banzai' Clarke.
  161. Power uses start experience to good use.
  162. Heylen 'fuelled' up for coming season.
  163. Wickens: I'm speechless!
  164. FA: Hinchcliffe up to second after double podium.
  165. FA: Skerlong fights back for eighth.
  166. Rahal: I shall call him 'stupid Dan' from now on.
  167. Late let-down for Legge.
  168. Bourdais delivers NHL 'sweet' ton.
  169. Wilson satisfied despite missing victory.
  170. Doornbos: It is another great result, but...
  171. Bourdais racks up NHLR century with Portland win.
  172. FA: Lacroix wins on debut.
  173. Race result - Portland.
  174. Bourdais out to extend winning run.
  175. Legge frustrated by rain return.
  176. Wilson: I had a point to prove.
  177. Doornbos hoping to 'rain' supreme.
  178. Doornbos tops damp Q2, but Wilson holds pole.
  179. FA: Wickens takes first win in Portland rain.
  180. FA: Hinchcliffe sweeps Portland qualifying.
  181. Final qualifying times - Portland.
  182. Qualifying times (2) - Portland.
  183. Frustration for Forsythe.
  184. Pacific Coast reveals 'junior team' programme.
  185. Wilson: We're getting stronger...
  186. Second place Doornbos maintains form.
  187. Bourdais admits standing start concerns.
  188. Gommendy provisionally out paces Jani.
  189. Legge hobbled by gearbox issues.
  190. Wilson takes first blood in Portland.
  191. FA: Hinchcliffe takes race one Portland pole.
  192. Qualifying times (1) - Portland.
  193. Legge up for Portland.
  194. FA: Lacroix ready to meet A1 team-mate on debut.
  195. Wilson: I'd like to be competitive again.
  196. Conquest confirms Heylen signing.
  197. Power: I can't wait to go head-to-head with Seb.
  198. Bourdais paces final day at Mont-Tremblant.
  199. Doornbos heads Minardi 1-2 at Tremblant test.
  200. Wiggins relishing European return.
  201. Tracy back, Servia retained.
  202. Stoddart: I got the drivers I wanted.
  203. We'd love to add UK, admits series CEO.
  204. Pagenaud buoyed by Mid-Ohio session.
  205. European tour to expand in 2008?
  206. Series serves up new communications VP.
  207. Mazda named Portland title sponsor.
  208. Rahal: We were easily as competitive as Sebastien.
  209. Clarke happy just to be testing.
  210. FA: PR1 to offer test for Pacific F2000 champ.
  211. Bourdais remains fastest as Portland test closes.
  212. Gommendy braves rain in Portland.
  213. NHLR keeps pressure on at Portland test.
  214. Portland test 'important' for RSports.
  215. FA: Leading cars given all-clear.
  216. Halliday slams Moreno's move.
  217. FA: First podium for Skerlong.
  218. FA: Top three finish for Hinchcliffe at Houston.
  219. Servia: Pit incident cost us podium.
  220. Misfortune continues to haunt Clarke.
  221. Doornbos: You have to take risks sometimes.
  222. Touch fuels Tagliani frustration.
  223. Gommendy gutted to 'come up short'.
  224. Pagenaud salvages weekend for Team Australia.
  225. Jani: Legge move 'enthusiastic but impossible'.
  226. Rahal enters history books with Houston podium.
  227. Houston win rockets Bourdais to series lead.
  228. Bad end to a bad weekend for Legge.
  229. FA: Matos takes historic third win.
  230. FA: Matos takes Houston pole.
  231. Bourdais benefits as rivals falter.
  232. Race result Houston.
  233. Bourdais should show more respect, says Gore.
  234. Power insists: Bourdais did block us.
  235. Bourdais stripped of pole, not impressed.
  236. Final qualifying times - Houston [updated].
  237. Moreno to start 16th on return.
  238. Bourdais makes one lap count.
  239. Power: We look forward to challenging Seb.
  240. Wilson third and pleased with progress.
  241. Rahal fumes at rivals''tactics'.
  242. Timing not quite right for Minardi duo.
  243. Legge: We learned a lot today.
  244. Bourdais raises stakes to keep pole.
  245. Final qualifying times Houston.
  246. Moreno gets PCM call-up.
  247. Bourdais: Small details made difference.
  248. Power: It's only day one.
  249. Rahal revels in return of rhythm.
  250. Servia happy with sixth - so far.
  251. Wilson closes gap as RSports gets two in top five.
  252. FA: Matos on top again.
  253. Bourdais takes overnight pole in Houston.
  254. Qualifying times (1) Houston.
  255. Legge counting on hard work - and crew.
  256. Figge ruled out of Houston weekend.
  257. Power charged up for Houston weekend.
  258. Bourdais out to reaffirm champion status.
  259. Figge hoping for home' result.
  260. Wilson ready to race hard in Houston.
  261. Tagliani: We stand a chance this weekend.
  262. Clarke getting up to speed'.
  263. Bourdais: This feels good!
  264. Second for Servia on Forsythe debut.
  265. Power extends lead with podium.
  266. Wilson happy with Long Beach top four.
  267. Rahal secures maiden Champ Car finish.
  268. Legge takes quiet top ten.
  269. Bourdais enjoys Sunday stroll at the Beach.
  270. Race result: Long Beach.
  271. Tracy: Injury will ruin season.
  272. Bourdais relieved to secure pole.
  273. Power happy despite error.
  274. Rahal hoping fifth will avoid Vegas start repeat.
  275. Bourdais back with Long Beach pole.
  276. Final qualifying times - Long Beach.
  277. Legge choked at 17th.
  278. FA: Matos stays perfect to seal pole.
  279. FA: Qualifying times - Long Beach.
  280. Tracy injured in crash, replaced by Servia.
  281. Power: I didn't think we'd topple Seb.
  282. Bourdais picks up pieces with second.
  283. Gearbox restricts Tracy to fifth.
  284. Power play continues in first Beach qualifying.
  285. Qualifying times (1) - Long Beach.
  286. Legge twelfth overnight.
  287. FA: Matos stays hot at the Beach.
  288. FA: Vegas was like club race, insists Hinch.
  289. FA: Strous, Skerlong see cards fall differently.
  290. FA: Edwards frustrated.
  291. Tagliani happy despite strategy miscue.
  292. Clarke: I've not lost the feisty driving!
  293. Mixed fortunes for Gommendy, Jani.
  294. Doornbos revels in 'dream' start.
  295. Tracy: Fuel problem killed fight.
  296. 'Worst weekend' leaves Bourdais playing catch-up.
  297. Rahal blames Clarke for startline exit.
  298. FA: Matos takes caution-filled Vegas opener.
  299. FA: Race result - Las Vegas.
  300. Power delighted with historic win.
  301. Tough start for Wilson.
  302. Will Powers to Vegas victory.
  303. Legge takes sixth, but was podium a possibility?
  304. Race results: Las Vegas.
  305. Jani: That was a bit of a shock...
  306. Rahal anticipating baptism of fire.
  307. PCM disappointed with first qualifying display.
  308. Tracy: We wouldn't have beaten Will anyway.
  309. Bruno bounces back.
  310. Mixed feelings for RSPORTS duo.
  311. Legge holds on to 13th.
  312. FA: Final qualifying times - Las Vegas.
  313. Pagenaud cements Team Oz pace with fifth.
  314. Confident Clarke places bets on 12.
  315. Bourdais: I screwed up.
  316. Power: It was a mega lap.
  317. Doornbos hauls Minardi to third.
  318. FA: Rookie Wickens snatches Vegas pole.
  319. Euro date reshuffle confirmed.
  320. Power comes up trumps with Vegas pole.
  321. Final qualifying times - Las Vegas.
  322. Pagenaud stars with provisional front row.
  323. Bourdais stymied by problems.
  324. RSports combine for top five spots.
  325. Two in top ten marks Minardi debut.
  326. Shifting problems limit Rahal progress.
  327. Dalziel delighted with debut.
  328. Pettit lures Bell to new team.
  329. Tracy: I couldn't be happier.
  330. Junqueira: I can't believe he hit me!
  331. Legge laments game of Tag'.
  332. FA: Hinchcliffe fastest in first qualifying.
  333. Tracy opens season with provisional pole.
  334. Qualifying times (1) - Las Vegas.
  335. Long Beach to feel the Force.
  336. RSPORTS picks up Vegas sponsor.
  337. Newman-Haas among latest Long Beach inductees.
  338. Series seals Chinese TV deal.
  339. PKV rookies confident of good show.
  340. Bachelart: This really is a new start.
  341. FA: Lewis misses Vegas after visa gamble fails.
  342. FA: Conquest duo ready to learn in heat of battle.
  343. Legge up for Vegas.
  344. Bourdais admits: Vital to start well in Vegas.
  345. Tracy prepares for historic start.
  346. Wilson excited ahead of Vegas debut.
  347. No pressure for Clarke despite lack of seat time.
  348. Rahal: I have to be realistic.
  349. FA: Bremer returns to Polestar.
  350. Figge secures Imperial backing for three races.
  351. Halliday confirmed at Conquest.
  352. FA: Chinese A1 pilot to Brooks, eyes CCWS.
  353. Tagliani doing it 'for the kids'.
  354. FA: Thienes joins Condor.
  355. Rahal confirmed in NHLR seat.
  356. Minardi take two-seaters Stateside.
  357. Dominguez rejoins Forsythe.
  358. RuSPORT, Rocketsports announce merger.
  359. Tag, Wilson happy with merger.
  360. Clarke gets second Minardi seat.
  361. Speculation mounts as Minardi prepares to reveal.
  362. Philippe would 'love' to return to Surfers'.
  363. FA: Condor swoops for Perera.
  364. Standing starts delayed for three races.
  365. Sponsor boost for Toronto, Houston.
  366. Wilson, Tagliani positive over collaboration.
  367. Series signs deal with global news outlet.
  368. NASCAR duo to front NBC coverage.
  369. Legge close to deal.
  370. Mazda increasing involvement.
  371. Safety team tooled up for new year.
  372. Domestic broadcast team named.
  373. RuSPORT confirm Rocketsports interest.
  374. Bourdais: Track is fun but data is irrelevant.
  375. Jani maintains top rookie status at Laguna Seca.
  376. Gommendy content with progress.
  377. Phoenix race passes noise test.
  378. Bourdais smashes lap record at Laguna Seca.
  379. Legge denies Dale deal.
  380. Tracy tops day one at Laguna Seca.
  381. Series increasing driver marketing.
  382. Lyon named as new partner director.
  383. FA: Impressive Perera stakes claim for race drive.
  384. Mi-Jack boss Lanigan takes NHR share.
  385. Gommendy confirmed at PKV.
  386. Tagliani hoping to soar again with Rocketsports.
  387. Minardi confirms Baumgartner as reserve.
  388. FA: Rookie Perera stuns field in Laguna test.
  389. RuSPORT, Rocketsports to merge?
  390. Gommendy to PKV, Baumgartner for Minardi?
  391. Halliday rejoins Conquest for Laguna test.
  392. Bachelart poised to buy back Mi-Jack stake.
  393. PR expert Priddle joins series.
  394. FA: Series delighted with new rubber.
  395. Track construction begins in Vegas.
  396. FA: No number worries for Atlantics.
  397. Local man wins Long Beach grid place.
  398. FA: PR1 confirms Bomarito, Forest.
  399. Haberfeld-Walker suspends BMW operation.
  400. FA: Edmonton double-header completes schedule.
  401. Frustration for Tracy after worst test ever.'
  402. Rahal happy with push-free second.
  403. Minardi: Test a success despite damage.
  404. Gearbox gremlin keeps Bourdais from top spot.
  405. Cirque joins circus for Mont-Tremblant.
  406. PCM rookies claim progress in second test.
  407. Power buoyed by strong test.
  408. Pagenaud graduation confirmed by Team Australia.
  409. Power leads youth revolution at MSR.
  410. Doornbos impresses at wet Houston.
  411. Champ Car prepares for standing starts.
  412. Unproductive opening day for Forsythe.
  413. Philippe excited by Conquest comeback.
  414. Wilson paces opening day in Houston.
  415. Tag continues with Rocketsports for Houston.
  416. Philippe rejoins Conquest for Houston test.
  417. FA: Hinchcliffe on top again, smashes lap record.
  418. FA: Hinchcliffe dominates opening day at Houston.
  419. Series buoyant about '07 TV deal.
  420. Bids open for Long Beach celeb drive.
  421. Legge receives unwanted' award.
  422. FA: Brooks Associates welcomes back Harvey.
  423. FA: Italian youngster secures Conquest seat.
  424. Verstappen waits on Forsythe seat.
  425. iRise backs series, PKV.
  426. Dalziel tops Rolex runners.
  427. FA: Forsythe duo stack up well.
  428. Denver event postponed.
  429. FA: Walker tests four at Sebring.
  430. Haas set for Hall of Fame.
  431. FA: Skerlong reaches 'good starting point'.
  432. FA: Lee, Hogan happy with Conquest outing.
  433. Vegas work nearing completion.
  434. FA: Hildebrand tops eventful second day at Sebring
  435. FA: King Taco backs Skerlong assault.
  436. FA: Matos heads opening day of Sebring test.
  437. Time goes against Tag.
  438. Tracy, Bourdais maintain top three form.
  439. FA: Interest at record levels ahead of first test.
  440. FA: Sofio returns with Mathiasen.
  441. Power looks to Houston after troubled run.
  442. Philippe picks up pace with Minardi.
  443. Wilson: Panoz feels more like F1 car.
  444. Latecomer Servia tops final day at Sebring.
  445. Bourdais overcomes car issues as Rahal impresses.
  446. Tracy bounces back for second quickest time.
  447. Power gets first taste of DP01.
  448. Electrical glitch hampers PKV.
  449. Ford cancels title sponsorship.
  450. Bourdais again as Sebring test continues.
  451. Legge buoyed by Sebring display.
  452. Bourdais quickest, but improvements to come.
  453. Stoddart run whets Doornbos appetite.
  454. Jani debuts in second, Vasser returns.
  455. Tracy happy as Forsythe debuts new look.
  456. Atlantic stand-outs get first taste of Panoz.
  457. Tagliani: We learned a lot.
  458. Legge impressed with new Panoz.
  459. Bourdais tops times on first day with Panoz.
  460. New logo for World Series.
  461. FA: Mazda champion joins Genoa.
  462. Conquest sits out opening test.
  463. Dominguez joins RuSPORT for Sebring test.
  464. Tagliani confirmed for Rocketsports test.
  465. RuSPORT confirms Wilson extension.
  466. Jani, Red Bull confirmed at PKV.
  467. FA: Lewis: I'm aiming for the title.
  468. Legge to cash in with Coyne.
  469. FA: Forsythe Red Bull duo sharpen focus at MSR.
  470. European dates confirmed.
  471. 'Green' grand prix rings up title sponsor.
  472. FA: Title a must says Hinchcliffe.
  473. FA: Lewis signs deal with Walker Racing.
  474. FA: Hinchliffe joins Sierra Sierra.
  475. FA: Impressive sponsor figures for '06.
  476. Grand-Am: Tracy wants payback for 2006 heartbreak.
  477. PKV name to remain 'for now'.
  478. Champ Car drive just part of Rahal wishlist.
  479. Legge: Qualifying cost me rookie title.
  480. FA: Podlesni eager for Atlantic opportunity.
  481. FA: Forsythe to benefit from Red Bull might.
  482. New era starts as teams receive first DP01s.
  483. FA: Genoa return with two-car team.
  484. FA: Minardi rules out immediate expansion.
  485. Stoddart coy on Legge, Verstappen.
  486. Stoddart confirms place on Champ Car roster.
  487. Rocketsports champing at Panoz bit.
  488. Bourdais impresses in F1 test.
  489. Famous Elkhart bridge to come down.
  490. FA: Davison denies Team Australia claims.
  491. British pair enjoy Forsythe test.
  492. Atlantic title winner in Champ Car debut.
  493. Simpson impresses in Mi-Jack test.
  494. FA: Team Australia chases unpaid monies.
  495. FA: Podlesni happy with PR1 tests.
  496. Standing starts, timed races for 2007 season.
  497. Simpson next on Mi-Jack merry-go-round.
  498. Visa backs Vegas.
  499. PCM completes significant third test.
  500. FA: Forsythe sign teenage duo.