Formula E: Miami ePrix weekend content recap

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In case you missed anything, here’s a roundup of all the posts we did for the inaugural U.S. round of the FIA Formula E Championship, the Miami ePrix from the Biscayne Bay Street Circuit that looped around the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami:


DiZinno: Weird, wacky, wild weekend produces many positives for U.S.’s FIA Formula E Debut
Miami ePrix post-race notebook


Abt loses win, still secures podium
Prost revels in hard-fought victory
Speed stars en route to second in series debut
Race Report: Prost snatches win late in Miami ePrix; Speed second
Montreal a possible race candidate; mayor makes trip to Miami
Qualifying: Vergne takes pole for the home team
Practice: Bird tops timesheets in delayed, truncated practice
Track construction delays on-track activity
di Grassi, da Costa still with something to prove


Jarno Trulli rolling with changes as driver/team owner
Oriol Servia adapting to management role, and isn’t done driving
Andretti notes/updates on IndyCar, Indy Lights, Formula E and GRC programs
Past Sauber driver Heidfeld laments team’s current driver situation
Miami ePrix preview: Electric open-wheel championship hits U.S. for first time
Liuzzi, Pic get last minute Miami seats

Steve Torrence takes NHRA points lead with Gatornationals victory

NHRA Gainesville Steve Torrence
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Two-time defending NHRA Top Fuel champion Steve Torrence took the points lead Sunday in the AMALIE Motor Oil Gatornationals, beating his father, Billy, in the final round at Gainesville Raceway.

Torrence had a 3.809-second run at 322.11 mph to win for the third time this year and 39th overall. He is now on track for another championship despite missing the season opener.

“We’ve got some good momentum and to be in the points lead, it’s a testament to how hard these guys work,” Steve Torrence said after the NHRA Gainesville victory. “We’ve just got to stay focused and concentrate on what the task at hand is, and that’s trying to win a championship. These guys give me an unbelievable race car and you just try not to screw it up.”

Ron Capps won in Funny Car, Alex Laughlin in Pro Stock and Matt Smith in Pro Stock Motorcycle.

Capps raced to his second win this year and 66th overall, beating Tim Wilkerson with a 3.937 at 323.12 in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat.

Laughlin topped Aaron Stanfield with a 7.068 at 204.76 in a Chevrolet Camaro for his first win this season and fourth in his career. Smith rode to his first victory in 2020 and 25th overall, topping Andrew Hines with a 6.843 at 196.99 on an EBR.