The Palmetto Pages: Military Service on Full Display at Charlotte for Coca-Cola 600

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As we wrap up arguably the greatest day of racing on the calendar all year, we pause before a day that has been set aside to remember, honor, and memorialize those who have served within the armed forces of past wars, those who are currently serving at home and abroad and those who will be going into the service.

INDYCAR: Stars & Stripes Stunner; Rossi Stretches Fuel to Win 100th Indy 500

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American rookie Alexander Rossi, who lost his Formula 1 ride with Manor Racing just weeks before the start of the 2016 season and was subsequently picked up for a full-time collaborative IndyCar effort between Bryan Herta and Michael Andretti, stretched his fuel as far as it could go and ran out crossing the finish line to triumph in the historic 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.

F1: Back on Top at Last; Hamilton Bests Ricciardo to Win Monaco Grand Prix

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After a myriad of circumstances took Lewis Hamilton out of contention of the first five races of the season, including a shock crash on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix two weeks ago with his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, the reigning World Champion rallied back with a sensational drive to dominate and win Sunday’s Grand Prix of Monaco.

INDYCAR: Rutherford Honored Before “Final Lap”; Retires as Pace Car Driver on Sunday

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Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner and Verizon IndyCar Series pace car driver Johnny Rutherford was honored prior to Miller Lite Carb Day practice by drivers and crew members with a ceremonial lap along pit road.