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NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- Mike Neff topped Bob Tasca III in an all-Mustang Funny Car final at the U.S. Nationals, the biggest event on the NHRA calendar.
- Tasca rallied from P14 in qualifying, clinching his spot in The Countdown. All five Mustang drivers will battle for the championship.
- Mike Neff enters The Countdown atop the standings with 2,110 points and a 30-point lead. Robert Hight (P3), John Force (P7), Bob Tasca III (P8) and Tim Wilkerson (P10) also advanced to the postseason.
- The NHRA Funny Car series returns with the first event of the Countdown at the Auto Parts Nationals in Charlotte, NC on Sept. 15-18.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth ran up front all day long, combining for 78 laps led, before sliding back to fifth and ninth, respectively, at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the rain-delayed AdvoCare 500.
- A.J. Allmendinger finished 10th and Greg Biffle crossed the line in 12th to give Ford four drivers in the Top-12.
- Edwards and Kenseth have clinched spots in the Chase, and sit in third (-38) and fourth (-39) respectively. A.J.Allmendinger moved into 13th, in contention for the second wild card spot in The Chase if he can find victory lane in Richmond.
- Ford sits in second in the manufacturer's standings with 137 points, 25 points back of Chevrolet (162).
- The final event prior to The Chase is scheduled for Sept. 10 at Richmond International Raceway.
NASCAR Nationwide Series (Mustang)
- Carl Edwards picked up the Mustang’s 10th victory this season in Atlanta, edging Kyle Busch and teammate Ricky Stenhouse Jr. as Ford took two of the top-three spots.
- Trevor Bayne was involved in an accident and completed only 169 laps, finishing 32nd.
- Ricky Stenhouse Jr. remains atop the driver’s standings with 909 points, five ahead of Elliott Sadler. Trevor Bayne sits 12th (-298).
- Ford sits second in the manufacturer’s championship (155 points), one point behind Toyota (156)
- The NASCAR Nationwide series returns Sept. 9, at Richmond International Raceway
World Rally Championship (Fiesta) – NO RACE
- Mikko Hirvonen sits third in the driver’s championship standings, 36 points behind Sebastian Loeb. Jari-Matti Latvala currently sits fourth in the standings (-96).
- The World Rally Championship returns on Sept. 8-11 with Rally Australia
GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (Mustang Boss 302R) – NO RACE
- Roush drivers Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr. sit in second, just 16 points shy of first.
- The Grand-Am CTSCC returns September 16-17 for the Emco Gears Classic at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Global RallyCross Championship (Fiesta/Focus) – SEASON COMPLETE
- Tanner Foust clinched the Global RallyCross Championship, SuperRally Championship and Overall Championship at X Games 17.
Other Ford Racing results--Technical Support/No Sponsorship:
- Tanner Foust finished third in Round 8 of the European Rallycross Championship in Austria.
- Defending ERC champion Sverre Isachsen drove to victory in his Ford Focus
- Isachsen (104 points) leads the ERC championship by seven points over Timerzyanov (97) and 18 points over Foust (86) with two events remaining.
NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- Buddy Perkinson was the only Ford Mustang to qualify in the top-16 at the U.S. Nationals (P16), but red lighted in the opening round.
- The NHRA Funny Car series returns with the first event of the Countdown at the Auto Parts Nationals in Charlotte, N on Sept. 15-18.
SCCA World Challenge GTS (Mustang) – NO RACE
- Round 11 of the SCCA World Challenge is scheduled for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Sept. 16-18.
GRAND-AM Rolex Series (Daytona Prototypes) – NO RACE
- The Grand-Am Rolex series returns September 16-17 for the Emco Gears Classic at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
RallyCar Rally America (Fiesta) –SEASON COMPLETE
- Dillon Van Way was the highest finishing Ford Fiesta taking second in the 2011 2WD championship. Ford RallyCar winners in 2011 were Dillion Van Way (Sno*Drift) and Chris Duplessis (New England Forest Rally).