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General Motors might be the largest U.S. automaker, but it could not survive in Europe

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors sold off its European brands two years ago, ending a 90-year legacy, but also roughly two decades of losses.

Larson holds off Harvick for Monster Energy All-Star $1 million

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Kyle Larson is a million dollars richer after holding off Kevin Harvick in the final 15-lap stage of the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race, an event that ended with Larson in Victory Lane and Clint Bowyer tangoing with Ryan Newman on pit road. Earlier Saturday afternoon, Larson won the Monster Energy Open at Charlotte Motor Speedway to make the All-Star Race field.

GM considered selling HQ amid 2018 restructuring

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Talks between GM and billionaire Dan Gilbert did not advance far, at least in part because the Renaissance Center -- first built by Ford Motor Co. -- requires substantial upgrades, including a costly overhaul of the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system, three sources told Automotive News and Crain's Detroit Business.

McLaren, Fernando Alonso Might Not Race the Indy 500 After All

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Fernando Alonso, the mysterious yet charismatic racing driver typically associated with winning, may be forced to sit out the 2019 Indy 500 if his McLaren Racing Chevy squad isn't able to deliver the speed needed for Sunday's bump-style qualifying. Saturday's qualifying round proved that not everything Alonso touches turns into gold, or victory trophies for…

Alonso, Hinchcliffe Among Drivers Going to Bump Day

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - By: Zach Catanzareti, Staff WriterThe fate of 30 drivers was confirmed Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as the first day of Indianapolis 500 qualifying saw the checkered flag. And with expected drivers near the front (Team Penske, Ed Carpenter Racing, etc.