AUTO RACING

FISA -- Sport's world governing body has barred Championship Auto Racing Teams from running races in countries other than the United States and Canada. CART drew the wrath of the International Federation of Automobile Sports (FISA) for scheduling an oval-track race in Australia and announcing plans to hold races in Japan. FISA announced plans in Paris for a new world championship to begin in 1992 for four or five oval-track championship races to replace the ones run by CART.

GOLF

Las Vegas Invitational -- David Frost hit a record-tying three eagles to tie John Cook at 64 for the first-round lead in the 90-hole event. Jim Benepe and Morris Hatalsky are a shot back. The three eagles tie the PGA Tour record set by Bruce Lietzke in the 1981 Hawaiian Open and equaled by Howard Twitty in the '81 Pensacola Open.

BASKETBALL

Denver Nuggets -- F Bill Hanzlik had surgery for a herniated disk. He's out for season; career status uncertain.

Dallas Mavericks -- F Rodney McCray, who had hernia surgery last month, was cleared to begin limited workouts with club.

Los Angeles Lakers -- Rehired Bill Sharman, former coach, GM and president, as special consultant.