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DEARBORN - Weekend racing results for Oct. 11-13.
NASCAR Sprint Cup (Fusion) -- FORD VICTORY
• Brad Keselowski picked up his first Sprint Cup victory in a Fusion, taking the checkered flag in Charlotte.
• Keselowski had to overcome a jack getting stuck under his car on a pit stop on lap 90 that shuffled him to the back of the pack. He battled back to fourth with 21 laps remaining, and took the lead with 11 to go.
• Carl Edwards made it two Fusions in the top-10 (P10).
• Greg Biffle sits sixth in the championship standings, 58 behind Matt Kenseth (Toyota). Carl Edwards sits 10th (-67) and Joey Logano 11th (-75).
• Ford trails Chevy in the manufacturer standings by 42 points.
• Five events remain in The Chase.
• VIDEO: http://ow.ly/pMn0q
NASCAR Nationwide (Mustang)
• Sam Hornish Jr. led four Mustangs in the top-10 with a third-place finish behind race winner Kyle Busch (Toyota) at Charlotte.
• Joey Logano (P7), Trevor Bayne (P8) and Michael Annett (P10) joined Hornish in the top-10.
• Sam Hornish Jr. trails Austin Dillon (Chevy) by eight points in the championship standings. Trevor Bayne (-91) sits sixth.
• Ford trails Toyota by 1 point in the manufacturer’s standings.
• Three events remain in the 2013 season
V8 Supercars (Falcon) -- FORD VICTORY
• Mark Winterbottom and co-driver Steven Richards gave Ford Performance Racing its first Bathurst 1000 victory, leading three Faclons inside the top-10.
• Winterbottom sits third (-142) and Davison (-181) fourth behind points leader Jamie Whincup (Holden).
• Three events remain in the 2013 season.
• RECAP: http://ow.ly/pMmUq
China Touring Car Championship (Focus)
• Xinzhe Xie came home second and Xiaole He third behind race winner Han Han (VW) in round 7.
• Andy Yan leads the driver's championship by 13 points over fellow Ford driver Tengyi Jang.
• Changan Ford leads the manufacturer's championship by 24 points over Shanghai VW.
• One event remains in the 2013 season.
Other Racing Highlights
The 3.5L EcoBoost V6 powered Daytona Prototype set a new Daytona International Speedway record at 222.917 mph, and also provisionally set the FIA standing start 10K and standing start 10-mile speed records as well.