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DEARBORN - Weekend racing results for June 28- June 30.
NASCAR Sprint Cup (Fusion)
• Joey Logano finished fourth as Matt Kenseth (Toyota) gambled on pit strategy and paid it off with a win in Kentucky.
• Two of Ford's hotter drivers, Greg Biffle and Brad Keselowski, were collected in a wreck while running in the top 10 just 48 laps into the event.
• Carl Edwards led 35 laps but faded late and finished 21st.
• Carl Edwards sits second (-38) in the driver's championship standings, Greg Biffle slipped to ninth (-121), Joey Logano climbed to 10th (-131) and Brad Keselowski fell to 13th (-145) behind points leader Jimmie Johnson (Chevy).
• Ford is 32 points back of Chevy in the manufacturer standings.
NASCAR Nationwide Series (Mustang) - FORD VICTORY
• Brad Keselowski made it four wins in the last five events for Ford, as he captured his second series win of 2013 by taking the checkered flag at Kentucky.
• Sam Hornish Jr. finished ninth, Trevor Bayne 12th and Travis Pastrana 15th to make it four Mustangs in the top-15.
• Sam Hornish Jr. sits second in the driver's standings, 8 points back of Regan Smith (Chevy). Trevor Bayne sits 10th, 68 points back.
• Ford leads the manufacturer standings by four points over Toyota.
• John Force reached his third consecutive finals but fell to Matt Hagan (Dodge) in the finals at Chicago.
• Bob Tasca III reached the semifinals, while Hight and Wilkerson reached the second round.
• Tasca became the first Ford Funny Car to break the 4-second barrier, running 3.988 seconds at 316.97 mph. Four Funny Cars in all cracked the 4-second barrier during qualifying.
• John Force has shot up the points standings during his run, and now sits in third with 762 points, behind the points leader Hagan (904 points). Courtney Force sits seventh (710), Tim Wilkerson eighth (676), Robert Hight 10th (603) and Bob Tasca 11th (600).
• Ford leads the manufacturer standings, 200 points ahead of Dodge
Global RallyCross (Fiesta ST) - FORD VICTORY
• Ford took four of six podium spots in two events in Germany, including a victory in race 2 by Toomas Heikkinen.
• Heikkinen also finished third in the first race, just behind Ken Block in second, and Tanner Foust crossed the line third in the second event.
• Saturday's race was a make-up date for the cancelled race in Spain last month.
• Heikkinen currently leads the driver's championship, holding a 12 point edge. Tanner Foust sits third (-18) and Scott Speed sits tied with Brian Deegan in fourth (-23) to round out the top-five.
• Ford leads the manufacturer standings, 82 points ahead of Dodge.