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F1: Hungary
Daniel Ricciardo won for a 2nd time for Toro Rosso, this time in Budapest
Red Bull

4-time race winner Jeff Gordon made it 5 wins on Sunday
Rusty Jarrett/HHP and General Motors

Global RallyCross: Charlotte
Race winner Ken Block in his Ford

Tudor SportsCar: Indy
Winning drivers Jose Barbosa and Christian Fittipaldi
Richard Prince for Chevy Racing

Tudor SportsCar: Indy
Winning drivers Jose Barbosa and Christian Fittipaldi enjoy the moment
Richard Prince/Chevrolet Racing

Tudor SportsCar: Indy
The winning Action Express Corvette DP of Barbosa and Fittipaldi
Richard Prince for Chevy Racing

Global RallyCross: Charlotte
Bump drafting in midair

Global RallyCross: Charlotte
Nelson Piquet Jr. gets air

NHRA: Sonoma
Force sisters Brittney and Courtney were both top qualifiers on Saturday
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L&M Porsche: Untold Story of Can Am's Famous Car
  by Stephen Cox - Part 5 of 7, The Turning Point
With what appeared to be a fully developed, dominant racecar, Porsche was ready for their public unveiling. They chose the third race of the season at Watkins Glen as their moment of truth. After all, everything seemed perfect. The teething problems with the L&M Porsche's turbocharger dump valve at Mosport surely wouldn't happen again. The loss of the magnesium car didn't seem to be as bad a setback as expected. The standard 917/10-003 was clearly superior to McLaren's new M20.
Indy post-race not kind to Joe Gibbs Racing
  by Dave Grayson
When it comes to earning the right to park a stock car in victory lane, at the conclusion of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event, you can bet that winning at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway is high on the list of race drivers and their team owners. If they don't win the race, then team owners are at least looking for a strong finish because the Brickyard 400 is a very lucrative event that passes out the big bucks at the pay window.
Force, alBalooshi, Line, Krawiec Win at Sonoma
Courtney Force beat father John Force in the final to become the winningest female in Funny Car history at the NHRA Sonoma Nationals on Sunday. Khalid alBalooshi (Top Fuel), Jason Line (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also were winners at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event at Sonoma Raceway. Force outran her father with a 4.253-second pass at 296.24 mph.
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  Formula 1
1st Daniel Ricciardo
2nd Fernando Alonso
3rd Lewis Hamilton
Gordon wins on Jeff Gordon day at Indy
  Only in NASCAR
Jeff Gordon found one heck of a way to celebrate "Jeff Gordon Day" by winning the Crown Royal presents, The John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard. On Friday, the Indianapolis mayor declared Sunday "Jeff Gordon Day" and Gordon celebrated in style with his record fifth career victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which is also the Pittsboro, Indiana native's hometown track. The victory was Gordon's first at the 2.5-mile track since 2004.
Ricciardo drives masterful race to win in Hungary
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Daniel Ricciardo is proving every race that he has all the makings of a great world champion someday.  In tricky wet-dry-damp conditions at the Hungaroring in Hungary Ricciardo beat all comers in the inferior Red Bull Renault to get his 2nd win in his debut F1 season with the Red Bull team beating Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Mercedes' teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
Brittany and Courtney Force Lead Sonoma Qualifying
Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Courtney Force (Funny Car), Shane Gray (Pro Stock) and Jerry Savoie (Pro Stock Motorcycle) earned No. 1 qualifying positions and will lead their categories into Sunday's 11 a.m. eliminations at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event in Northern California. In Top Fuel, Brittany Force claimed her third No. 1 qualifier of the season and third of her career with a 3.762 at 325.53 in her Castrol EDGE dragster.
Scenes from Charlotte Global RallyCross
  by Rhonda McCole
It was clear that Ken Block had one thing on his mind during Round 5 of the Red Bull Global Rallycross (GRC) weekend, winning.  Block was able to put together a perfect weekend including, two heat wins, a semi-final win, and eventually a finals win at the Dirt Track, which is located across the street from Charlotte Motor Speedway.  Our Rhonda McCole was there and captured these photos.
Ken Block wins Global RallyCross Supercar final
  by Pete McCole
Ken Block completed the weekend sweep with a victory in Saturday’s Red Bull Global RallyCross Supercar final, winning the pole and his heat race on the hard North Carolina clay course at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Block led all the scheduled 10-lap distance, easily beating out Sverre Iaschsen and series points leader Nelson Piquet, Jr., who completed a remarkable comeback of his own to salvage a podium finish.
Hungarian GP Saturday Press Conference
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1 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
2 - Sebastian VETTEL (Red Bull Racing)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Williams)
Harvick and Gordon Post Qualifying Press Conf.
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Kevin Harvick, winner of the 2003 Brickyard 400 from the pole, set a new track record and won the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup series (NSCS) race in his No. 4 Jimmy Johns Chevrolet SS.  His pole-winning run consisted of a lap of 47.753 seconds, and an average speed of 188.470 mph, and his record-setting run in the first round of qualifying was even faster at 47.647 seconds, 188.889 mph. The previous record of 187.531 mph was held by Ryan Newman. 
Harvick wins Brickyard Crown Royal 400 pole
  Jeff Gordon to start 2nd
Kevin Harvick picked up his fourth pole of the season after topping Coors Light Pole Qualifying at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday. The 2003 Brickyard winner led the field in the final all three qualifying sessions, leading the 12-car field in the final run with a 188.470 mph for the honor of leading the field to green in Sunday's 21st annual Crown Royal presents the John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard (1 p.m. ET, ESPN).
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