Valtteri Bottas led the second and final practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix, edging teammate Lewis Hamilton in what could be the starting grid for Sunday's typhoon-hit Formula One race
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. signs multiyear deal to drive for JTG Daugherty Racing, essentially completing swap of drivers with Roush Fenway Racing after Chris Buescher left for that team
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas surged into the lead at the start and held on to win the typhoon-hit Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday for his third Formula One victory of the season and first since April
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel grabbed pole position at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday in a windy qualifying session that was moved to race day because of the powerful typhoon that hit Japan on Saturday
Chase Elliott rebounded from last week's devastating engine failure to lead a Hendrick Motorsports sweep in qualifying for the playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway
Spencer Boyd named winner of Truck Series race after Johnny Sauter stripped of victory for forcing driver below out-of-bounds line at Talladega Superspeedway
While rugby stars here for the World Cup mostly heeded the same warnings as everyone else as Japan braced to be hit by a typhoon tipped to be its worst in six decades, the national team was slogging through shin-deep water at training.