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Fernando Alonso wins Le Mans 24 with Toyota


Toyota TS050 Hybrid LMP1's drivers Fernando Alonso of Spain (L), Kazuki Nakajima of Japan (R) and Sebastien Buemi of Switzerland (C), celebrate on the podium after winning, completes the second part of the Spaniard's motorsport 'triple crown'



Fernando Alonso won Le Mans 24 Hours at the first attempt as he and team-mates Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima finally ended Toyota's long drought.

Toyota had never won the sportscar race despite years of trying but finally delivered in an event in which they were effectively without opposition.

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Catalunya Grand Prix: Jorge Lorenzo beats Marc Marquez in Barcelona

Jorge Lorenzo leads Marc Marquez at the MotoGP race in Catalunya



Spain's Jorge Lorenzo claimed back-to-back MotoGP victories by winning his home race at the Circuit de Catalunya.

Championship leader Marc Marquez overtook Lorenzo, who began on pole, at the start but was quickly overtaken by his compatriot and finished second.

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Le Mans: Toyota deny plan to ensure Alonso wins

Fernando Alonso is competing in the Le Mans 24 Hours race for the first time this weekend



Toyota have denied they are heading into the Le Mans 24 Hours this weekend with a plan to ensure Fernando Alonso wins if possible.

Favourites Toyota have never won Le Mans and because of Alonso's fame, if his car won, it would guarantee wider coverage than their other car.

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Andreas Perez: 14-year-old rider dies following accident at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Perez passed away after an accident in the second race of the Moto3 Junior World Championship's Barcelona round



Teenage rider Andreas Perez has died following an accident during Sunday's fourth round of the Moto3 Junior World Championship at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain.

The 14-year-old, who rode for Reale Avintia Racing, was involved in a crash involving multiple riders on Turn Five.

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Max Verstappen: Red Bull driver raced in Montreal without family & manager present

Max Verstappen sits sixth in the drivers' championship following his third place in Montreal



Max Verstappen's third place for Red Bull in the Canadian Grand Prix came after he attended a race without a support group for the first time.

The Dutchman, who had been involved in crashes or incidents in the first six races, took his second podium this season in Montreal.

Read more: Max Verstappen: Red Bull driver raced in Montreal without family & manager present


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