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Scott Dixon's fifth IndyCar championship victory has pushed the Kiwi driver's name into the conversation whenever the greats of IndyCar are debated. Nobody else other than American motorsport legend Aj Foyt - who has seven championship crowns - has won as many as Dixon. The kid from Manurewa has come a long way from go-karts to dominating one of the most popular forms of motorsport in the United States. Following his history-making success earlier this week, Dixon offers Stuff readers a rare glimpse into what life is like in the world of Scott Dixon.
Kiwi driver Brendon Hartley will be hoping an engine upgrade can help save his Formula 1 career as speculation mounts he will be axed by his Toro Rosso team.
They're lapping up Scott Dixon in Indianapolis where one local pundit rates him second only to swimming sensation Michael Phelps among contemporary superstars including Tiger Woods, Serena Williams and Roger Federer.
Scott Dixon has been described as "a chameleon" with "exceptional desire" because of his abilities to change and adapt to the increasing pressures of IndyCar racing.
Scott Dixon's team eavesdropped on his rivals and found some alarming plans which forced the Kiwi into a play-it-safe strategy to win his fifth IndyCar championship.
OPINION: Scott Dixon is so cool he's known as the Iceman. But his boss Chip Ganassi reckons his qualities might even be tougher than that.
As tributes roll in for Scott Dixon achieving a fifth IndyCar championship, the New Zealander himself has shown his sense of humour with a quip at the expense of the All Blacks - and a wry sheep joke.
Scott Dixon was fully reclined, quietly watching NASCAR on television with friends, as the clock inched toward the IndyCar season finale. A fifth championship was one steady Sunday (Monday NZT) drive away and Dixon wasn't the least bit stressed.
New Zealand's Hayden Paddon has secured his first podium finish of the 2018 World Rally Championship season in Turkey.
In the sweltering heat of the Singapore Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton turned up the heat on Sebastian Vettel a notch further.
Kiwi driver Shane van Gisbergen finished second to Jamie Whincup in the Sandown 500 to extend his lead in the V8 Supercars championship on Sunday.
Kiwi driver Scott Dixon has had pole position snatched away from him at the last moment by Ryan Hunter-Reay during qualifying for the season-ending IndyCar race at Sonoma.
New Zealand driver Hayden Paddon has kept his cool amid the searing heat and on-road carnage, and moved into third place after the penultimate day of Rally Turkey on Sunday morning (NZ time).
Scott Dixon has revealed the secret to his winning ways as he chases a fifth IndyCar championship in California.
Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon holds sixth place on the leaderboard of Rally Turkey after the first full day of competition.