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5:46 PM ET LE CASTELLET, France — McLaren used to be the home of Ron Dennis’ legendary Ronspeak — “We will develop science to take away uncertainty to make winning a certainty” — but in recent years that has given way to a new phenomenon courtesy of its lead driver. Fernando Alonso is one of
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10:30 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN After trading veteran defenseman Brooks Orpik (and his cap hit) to the Colorado Avalanche, GM Brian MacLellan of the Washington Capitals was optimistic he’d be able to re-sign John Carlson before the most coveted defenseman among unrestricted free agents went to market. “We’re really close,” said MacLellan on Friday in
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8:37 AM ET Associated Press LONDON — Paul Lawrie, who won The Open in 1999 at Carnoustie following a dramatic collapse by Jean Van de Velde, will miss next month’s edition at the same venue because of injury. “It is with regret that I announce my withdrawal from all Tour events for the remainder of
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7:52 AM ET Connor McDonagh Fernando Alonso is confident McLaren will be more competitive next time out in Austria after classifying last at the French Grand Prix. McLaren struggled for performance all weekend at Paul Ricard with both Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne failing to progress from Q1 in qualifying. The Woking squad hasn’t scored points
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6:20 AM ET Connor McDonagh Despite scoring points in four of the last five races, Sauber’s Charles Leclerc wasn’t entirely happy with his own performance in the French Grand Prix. The reigning Formula 2 champion starred in qualifying and was running as high as sixth in the early stages of Sunday’s race. Leclerc was in
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