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IndyCar entry lists for Gateway

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There are 23 drivers on the entry lists for the Saturday-Sunday afternoon doubleheader on World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway that will mark the final oval races of the NTT IndyCar Series season.

These also will be the final scheduled races this season for 2004 champion and 2013 Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan, who has said he wants to drive in the Indy 500 and possibly other races next season but has nothing confirmed yet.

Kanaan is among 18 drivers who have made starts at Gateway, a 1.25-mile oval in Madison, Illiniois. Rookies Oliver Askew, Alex Palou and Rinus VeeKay will make their IndyCar debuts at Gateway, along with Pato O’Ward and Jack Harvey.

ENTRY LISTS: Saturday Sunday

WEEKEND SCHEDULE: What’s happening on track at Gateway

Takuma Sato is the defending race winner at Gateway, which will play host to its first doubleheader.

Will Power (2018) and Josef Newgarden (2017) are the only other former winners in this weekend’s races, which will be 200 laps (250 miles) apiece.

Click here to see who’s entered in Race 1 and in Race 2 at Gateway.



IndyCar NTT Series practice: 4:30 p.m., NBC Sports Gold


IndyCar qualifying: Noon, NBC Sports Gold

—Bommarito Automotive Group Race 1: 3 p.m., NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold


—Bommarito Automotive Group Race 2: 3 p.m., NBCSN, NBC Sports Gold

Formula One names Stefano Domenicali as its new CEO

Stefano Domenicali named F1 CEO
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Former Ferarri chief Stefano Domenicali was named the new president and CEO of F1, replacing Chase Carey in January 2021, Liberty Media announced Friday.

Domenicali, 55, will join Formula One from Lamborghini, where he had been CEO and president.

He worked on Ferrari’s F1 team for nearly 20 years, becoming the team principal in 2008. He left in 2014 and worked at Audi before joining Lamborghini.

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“I am thrilled to join the Formula 1 organization, a sport that has always been part of my life,” Domenicali said in a release. “I was born in Imola and live in Monza.  I’ve remained connected to the sport through my work with the Single Seater Commission at the FIA and I look forward to connecting with the teams, promoters, sponsors and many partners in Formula 1 as we continue to drive the business ahead.

“The past six years at Audi and then leading Lamborghini have given me broader perspective and experience that I will bring to Formula 1.”

Carey, who had led F1 since Liberty’s Formula One Group took control of the organization in 2017, will move to the role of non-executive chairman.

“Chase has done a phenomenal job leading F1,” Liberty Media President and CEO Greg Maffei said in a statement. “He assembled a first-class commercial and sporting organization that has a long list of achievements, including broadening the appeal of the sport, growing its digital presence, establishing new technical regulations, securing a cost cap for the first time and reaching a new more equitable Concorde agreement with the teams.  His actions have reinforced F1 as the pinnacle of motorsport.”

Said Carey: “It has been an honor to lead Formula 1, a truly global sport with a storied past over the last seventy years. I’m proud of the team that’s not only navigated through an immensely challenging 2020 but returned with added purpose and determination in the areas of sustainability, diversity and inclusion.  I’m confident that we’ve built the strong foundation for the business to grow over the long term.”