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  1. NASCAR - Jimmie Johnson finally has winning formula at Michigan

    John Oreovicz

    Not long ago, people were wondering what was wrong with Jimmie Johnson and the No. 48 team. After his third win in four races, many may wonder if he can be stopped, John Oreovicz writes.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2014
  2. NASCAR - Superfast Michigan will test Sprint Cup teams

    John Oreovicz

    The Quicken Loans 400 at superfast Michigan may well be the Sprint Cup Series' ultimate endurance test, John Oreovicz writes.

    Story | Conversation | June 14, 2014
  3. Races like the crash-fest in Michigan thrill fans, not drivers

    John Oreovicz

    No harm, no foul? It may seem that way, but Tony Kanaan, the winner of Sunday's IndyCar race at Michigan International Speedway, called out some of his competitors for aggressive driving after the crash-fest, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | August 07, 2007
  4. Patient Kanaan wins battle of attrition at Michigan

    John Oreovicz

    You want crazy? Sunday's IndyCar crashfest at Michigan featured a five-hour rain delay, an upside-down Dario Franchitti and only eight cars running at the finish. Who better to restore some order than former champion Tony Kanaan?

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2007
  5. Franchitti, Dixon turning IndyCar Series into two-man race

    John Oreovicz

    Scott Dixon is red-hot with three straight IndyCar wins, but he still trails Dario Franchitti in the driver standings. Can Dixon make it four in a row at Michigan -- and finally reel in Dario?

    Story | Conversation | August 02, 2007
  6. Schedule quirk dooms open-wheel racing at MIS -- for now

    John Oreovicz

    Michigan International Speedway wants an IndyCar race. The IRL wants to race at MIS. Then why might Sunday's Firestone Indy 400 be the open-wheel swan song at Irish Hills?

    Story | Conversation | August 02, 2007
  7. Penske, Ganassi cars retain edge, but others gaining

    John Oreovicz

    There's little reason to think the Penske and Ganassi cars won't dominate at Michigan, but other teams might be catching up, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | July 28, 2006