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NASCAR: Pocono
As darkness settles over the track, Denny Hamlin, driver of the #11 FedEx Ground Toyota, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Cup Series Pocono 350
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

Supercars: Sydney
Scott McLaughlin celebrates his 2nd win of the weekend for DJR Team Penske

NASCAR: Pocono
Chase Briscoe, driver of the #98 Highpoint.com Ford, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pocono Green 225
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

NASCAR: Pocono
A rainbow is seen over the track during the NASCAR Cup Series Pocono 350 at Pocono Raceway Sunday
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Virtual: LeMans
Ex-Formula One rivals Rubens Barrichello and Juan Pablo Montoya were the big winners today in The Race All-Star Series powered by ROKiT Phones Triple Crown at Le Mans. Barrichello stormed away from pole position in the final race to take a lights-to-flag win over a 60-car field while Montoya's fourth-place finish was enough for him to earn the Legends Trophy championship
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NASCAR: Pocono
Denny Hamlin, driver of the #11 FedEx Ground Toyota, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Cup Series Pocono 350 Sunday
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

Supercars: Sydney
Scott McLaughlin extended his Virgin Australia Championship lead with victory in the second and final race of the day at the BP Ultimate Sydney SuperSprint. It capped off a successful weekend for McLaughlin, who ended with two ARMOR ALL Pole Positions, two race victories and a third placing behind Percat and Whincup.

Supercars: Sydney
Supercars roared back to life in a big way this weekend. In a new-look three race format re-introduced as part of changes forced by COVID, Nick Percat broke a four-year winless drought by overtaking Whincup in the dying stages to win the first race on Sunday

NASCAR: Pocono
Brandon Jones, driver of the #51 DuPont Air Filtration/Menards Toyota, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Pocono Organics 150
Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images
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New Audi E-Tron S And E-Tron S Sportback Break Cover
  For Sale in Europe to start
The ‘S’ prefix that subtly speaks volumes for devotees of high performance Audi TFSI and TDI models is about to move with the times and become an equally evocative suffix in two new flagship versions of the fully electric e-tron. The new e-tron S and e-tron S Sportback earn the right to bear the badge by being the first volume production BEVs to use the collective might of three electric motors to climb to a towering 973Nm torque peak, and by integrating intelligent drive control that elevates handling security and agility to a new level in the two all-wheel-driven variants.
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F1 (Re)Start your engines
  Austrian GP doubleheader preview
Every season start is painted as the harbinger of change: the new cars, on which hopes and expectations are pinned by teams and fans alike; new venues to explore; new weekend formats with which to experiment. But what happens when the season start is, actually, a restart? The 2020 season will always be remembered as one in which the world of F1 – and, of course, the world at large – got turned on its head. In the light of the Covid-19 outbreak and the suffering it brought, sport, no matter how loved, took a secondary role: but as the planet starts re-emerging from its widespread lockdowns, we are ready to once again focus on what we love doing. Racing cars.
Hamlin holds off Harvick to win Sunday Pocono Race
  Turns table on Harvick from Saturday
On Saturday, in the first half of the Pocono NASCAR Cup doubleheader, it was Kevin Harvick beating Denny Hamlin, but on Sunday, with darkness falling over the 2.5-mile tri-oval, Hamlin reversed the tables in his #11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota to beat the #4 Stewart Haas Ford of Harvick by 3-seconds in the 2nd Pocono 350. Erik Jones (Toyota), Chase Elliott (Chevy) and Aric Almirola (Ford) rounded out the top-5.
Briscoe holds off Chastain to win Pocono Xfinity race
  2-lap shootout to win it
No. 4 Stewart-Haas Ford driver Chase Briscoe had seven Chevrolets sucking his exhaust fumes when the green flag flew with 2-laps to go and he simply had too much HP for the Chevys and he stretched his lead to 0.488s to win the Pocono Green 225 at Pocono Speedway, his 4th win of 2020. Chastain passed Briscoe for the lead with 1.5 laps to go, but Briscoe retook the lead with 1-lap to go and stretch Chastain over the final lap. Jeremy Clements took third with Myatt Snider and Michael Annett filling out the top five.
Brandon Jones wins Pocono Truck thriller
  Passes Sheldon Creed on final lap for win
In a two-lap shootout to end Sunday morning’s NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway, Brandon Jones pulled through on the restart to take the checkered flag after a close battle with Sheldon Creed for the final lead. Creed ended up crossing third, as Austin Hill slipped by for a second-place run. Todd Gilliland was fourth, and Ben Rhodes was fifth. Ross Chastain, Brett Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, Tyler Ankrum and Derek Kraus completed the top 10 in the Pocono Organics 150 to benefit Farm Aid.
Harvick holds off Hamlin at Pocono
  Third win of year
Kevin Harvick held off a fast-closing Denny Hamlin for his third victory of the season Saturday, scratching Pocono Raceway off his winless list in the opener of a NASCAR Cup Series weekend. Harvick’s first win at the 2.5-mile Pennsylvania track was the 52nd of his Cup Series career. Harvick’s Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 Ford led 17 of 130 laps in the Pocono Organics 325 in partnership with Rodale Institute. 
It's Ty Gibbs' Party at Pocono
  ARCA Series race at Pocono
Once Ty Gibbs got out front, it was game over. The 17-year-old North Carolina driver dominated the General Tire #ANYWHEREISPOSSIBLE 200 at Pocono Raceway Friday en route to his third career ARCA Menards Series win. To get the victory, Gibbs out-ran runner up Chandler Smith and third-place Sam Mayer, who were celebrating their 18th and 17th birthdays, respectively, on race day.
Williams F1 reveals 2020 livery
  Sofina replaces Rokit
Williams has revealed a new white-and-blue livery on its Formula 1 car in the 2020 season after splitting with title sponsor ROKit last month. It has now revealed a revised livery for 2020, keeping the car’s traditional white base and adding two shades of blue – the lighter color that was introduced last year, and now a navy blue. ROKit had joined the outfit for the start of 2019 and had a long term deal in place, but rumor has it Mercedes F1 stole them from Williams and that will be revealed soon.
NASCAR discusses Bubba Wallace noose investigation
  by Pete McCole
NASCAR announced on Thursday that the sanctioning body had completed its investigation in the alleged noose that was found in the garage stall of NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace during the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday. In a teleconference with the media, NASCAR President Steve Phelps discussed the timeline of Sunday’s incident,  and said that NASCAR acted swiftly out of concern for the safety of Wallace – NASCAR’s only African-American drive - who they believed might have been the target of a hate crime.
Did NASCAR and Bubba play the media like a fiddle?
  by Brian Carroccio
Late Sunday evening, news broke that a noose had been left in the garage of NASCAR driver Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, Jr. at Talladega Superspeedway. Wallace, the driver of the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) Chevrolet is half-African-American and half white, and had played a vital role in the sanction’s recent decision to remove the Confederate flag from NASCAR events. That decision was of course not universally popular. And during Sunday’s rain delay at Talladega, a plane flew over the track displaying the ‘Stars and Bars’ with a sign saying “Defund NASCAR.”
FBI determines no hate crime was committed at Talladega
  by Pete McCole
Federal investigators looking into a possible hate crime during Sunday’s GEICO 500 NASCAR Cup Series event at Talladega Superspeedway announced on Tuesday that no hate crime took place, and no federal charges would be filed. A piece of rope found in the garage stall occupied by Bubba Wallace’s race team that was thought to be a noose was determined to actually have been part of a garage door pull-down rope that had been present in the same Talladega garage stall since 2019.
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