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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
Patrick Smith/Getty Images

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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Chase Briscoe wins Indy road course Xfinity race
  Led 33 of 62 laps
Home-state favorite Chase Briscoe emerged from a furious battle for the lead down the stretch, claiming a historic first Saturday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a dramatic win in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ first race on the oval-road course layout. Briscoe led 33 of the 62 laps in the Pennzoil 150, pushing the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 98 Ford to his fifth victory of the season and the seventh of his Xfinity Series career. 
IndyCar GMR GP post-race press conference
  Top-3 finishers
Post-Race Press Conference
1st - Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
2nd - Graham Rahal, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
3rd - Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
Dixon turns IndyCar GMR GP into a borefest
  Gets lead on caution then drives away from field
Until today only a Team Penske IndyCar driver won the IndyCar GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis the previous six years, and it appeared that would be the case again this year with Will Power dominating the race from pole. But an untimely caution and IndyCar's idiotic closed pit rule shafted the two Penske cars up front and put Scott Dixon near the front when the green flew.  Once in clear air he pulled away to a 20-sec lead unchallenged and turned the race into a borefest. 
Mercedes buries competition in Austrian GP qualifying
  Bottas nips Hamilton
The two works Mercedes cars were the only ones able to get into the 1m02s range as Valtteri Bottas nipped his teammate Lewis Hamilton by 0.012s to win the pole for the Austrian GP at the Red Bull Ring. Last year's winner at this event, Max Verstappen was third 0.538s back. Lando Norris was 4th for McLaren while Alex Albon rounded out the top-5 in the 2nd Red Bull. Sergio Perez in the pink Mercedes was 6th ahead of Charles Leclerc in the Ferrari, which is a full 1-second off the pace.
Power wins pole for IndyCar GMR Grand Prix
  Spoils Jack Harvey's party
Team Penske has dominated every IndyCar race on the road course of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and this year is no different as Will Power won his 4th pole for the IndyCar GMR Grand Prix by 0.1874s over Jack Harvey in the Meyer Shank Honda. Power edged Harvey on his final lap. Colton Herta was 3rd in his Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Honda with Graham Rahal, Oliver Askew and Josef Newgarden rounding out the top-6.
IndyCar GMR Grand Prix Preview
  Which Penske driver will win it this year?
As the saying goes, if you are not driving for Team Penske your chances for winning at Indy are slim. For the past 6 years, if you were not driving for Team Penske you had no chance to win the Indy GP. Starting off July 4th NASCAR/IndyCar weekend at Indy at noon, the GMR Grand Prix will get the green light. Three-time winners Simon Pagenaud of France and Will Power of Australia, both driving for Team Penske, will be favored in Saturday's IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis, the second race since the season began last month. 
Austrian GP Preview
  Race 1 of 2 this weekend
The FIA Formula One World Championship is ready to get its re-arranged 2020 season underway and Haas F1 Team is geared up to end a prolonged period without competition, commencing with the Austrian Grand Prix, hosted at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. The 4.318km (2.683mi) Red Bull Ring, located in the small Spielberg commune, has only 10 turns but the short lap time leaves very little room for error, with any mistake amplified.
New Audi E-Tron S And E-Tron S Sportback Break Cover
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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.
Q&A with Simon Pagenaud and Conor Daly
  Ahead of Saturday's GMR Grand Prix
Simon Pagenaud - Team Penske
Conor Daly - Ed Carpenter Racing
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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.
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