Rules Are Rules

New Zealand IndyCar driver Scott Dixon has won the Honda Edmonton Indy, the second win of the year for the 3-year-old racer with the Target Chip Ganassi team. This latest victory however was somewhat controversial after rival Helio Castroneves crossed the finish line first, but was penalised for blocking his own teammate, Will Power. “Pretty strange to not run a lap and actually win the race,” Dixon said afterward. “[But] rules are rules, man. It was obvious Will had a pretty good run. The only way to stop him was blocking.” Dixon’s teammate Dario Franchitti was third, 3.28 seconds behind. Dixon won in Edmonton in 28 en route to six victories and the overall points championship.


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Skyrunner Ruth Croft Prepares for China Race

Skyrunner Ruth Croft Prepares for China Race

The South China Morning Post’s Mark Agnew reports that China might be famous for its food, but two top trail runners are approaching their pre-race meals with contrasting plans. New Zealander…