Detroit Grand Prix shifts back to one-weekend format for 2021
DETROIT – The Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear is shifting back to its one-weekend format for 2021. AdWe are excited to bring the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear back to Belle Isle in 2021 and return to a traditional one-weekend format June 11 through the 13, featuring five great races with three incredible racing series. All three series will host races on June 12, with the first Indy Lights racing action on Belle Isle since 2012. Tickets for the Grand Prix are expected to go on sale within the next few weeks. IMSA joins the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and Indy Lights for one amazing race weekend on Belle Isle... Posted by Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear on Thursday, March 25, 2021Learn more about the Grand Prix below:
Berlin Raceway start times bumped up for April, May
Early start times are coming to Berlin Raceway for the season’s first two months. Races will then return to their traditional 6:30 p.m. start time on May 29, which will offer the track’s Memorial Day Weekend races. The green flag finally dropped on Aug. 22, and in all, the track hosted four programs. Special events slated for 2021 include the June 9 Money in the Bank, a visit by the ARCA Menards Series on July 17 and the Aug. 20-21 Battle at Berlin. Click here to see the 2021 schedule.mlive.com
Key race results from Michigan General Election on Nov. 3, 2020
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Watch live: 2020 election results and coverage from NBC News
(Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)DETROIT – Watch live election results and analysis of the 2020 presidential race between President Trump and Joe Biden, as well as results of key state and local races. The coverage begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3. You can watch live at that time in the video player below. Live Coverage
November 2020 Election Day: Here’s what to know in Michigan
The November General Election is almost here. We have a guide here for what to expect on election day itself: What to know before voting in General Election in Michigan on Nov. 3, 2020Monday was the deadline to register online to vote for the Nov. 3 general election. They can also apply for and return an absent voter ballot at the clerk’s office in the same trip, according to the Michigan Secretary of State’s office. Click here to learn more about voting by mail in Michigan for the 2020 General Election. Related: Michigan bans open carry of firearms at voting locations on Election DayRelated: Livingston County sheriff questions open carry ban at polls on Election DayElection resultsIdeally, we’ll have election results as early as 9 p.m. Nov. 3.
Detroit Grand Prix will return to Belle Isle for two race weekends in 2021
DETROIT – The Detroit Grand Prix will return to Belle Isle for two weekends of racing in 2021. The two IndyCar races will be shown on NBC network TV. The 2020 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The race on Belle Isle had been scheduled for the weekend of May 29-31. AdRelated: Despite race cancellation, 2020 Detroit Grand Prix poster selected
November election: What do you need to know before voting?
Tell us what you need to know to feel confident about voting your entire November ballot, from national to local races and issues. What do you need before it’s time for you to submit your ballot? Is there one candidate or one issue that you feel you need to be better informed about? Is there something you think we need to investigate and cover better? Please let us know:Decision 2020: Complete coverageMore: Voting by mail in Michigan for 2020 General Election: What to know
Racecar driver with autism set to make history at Michigan International Speedway
Armani Williams is looking to make history at Michigan International Speedway in more ways than one. Williams, a Grosse Pointe native, was like any other child with big dreams -- he wanted to become a race car driver. For the first time, he will race in his home state at Michigan International Speedway in the Arca Menards Series. Williams is the first openly diagnosed NASCAR driver with autism and hes become an inspiration for others with autism and their families. Never let autism back them down from their dreams, Williams said.
Election Day 2014: Key races and states to watch, hour by hour
Election Day 2014: Key races and states to watch, hour by hour Nine U.S. Senate races are coming down to the wire, and some of those might not have a winner declared for months. CBS News political director John Dickerson and CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the tightest races.cbsnews.com
Key national races tighten as midterm election nears
Key national races tighten as midterm election nears With just over four weeks before Election Day, several key races across the country are tightening up. CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto explains how these races could turn out.cbsnews.com