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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Pole-sitter Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth combined to lead 101 of the 200 laps in the Pure Michigan 400, most of those laps with the duo running 1-2, but Kyle Busch came away from Michigan International Speedway with the victory and some tough luck late pushed Kenseth back to 10th and Biffle to 20th.
- A.J. Allmendinger finished 11th and David Ragan battled to a 12th place finish.
- Carl Edwards had electrical problems and finished 36th, dropping him into a tie for third in the driver’s standings, 39 points behind Kyle Busch. Matt Kenseth (-40) sits in fifth, and Greg Biffle checks in at 13th (-163). Biffle is 58 points back of an automatic Chase berth.
- Ford sits in second in the manufacturer's standings with 131 points, 18 points back of Chevrolet (149)
- The NASCAR Sprint Cup series returns next Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.
NASCAR Nationwide Series (Mustang)
- Marcos Ambrose won his fourth career Nationwide race and his second event in six days with a victory in the Montreal 200. The Ford driver piloted his Mustang from the back of the field to claim victory.
- J. R. Fitzpatrick took fifth and Carl Edwards finished seventh.
- Ricky Stenhouse Jr. remains atop the driver’s standings with 816 points, 10 ahead of Reed Sorenson. Trevor Bayne sits 11th (-269).
Ford has taken the lead in the manufacturer’s championship (142 points), one point in front of Toyota (141).
- The NASCAR Nationwide series returns Friday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.
NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- Bob Tasca III advanced to the semifinals of the NHRA Nationals in Brainard, Minn., before falling to eventual champion Johnny Gray by less than five feet.
- Tasca led all Ford qualifiers in P3, followed by John Force Racing’s Robert Hight (P5), and Tim Wilkerson (P6) in the top-10.
- Mike Neff (1,184 points) remains atop the standings, followed by Robert Hight (-141) in second, John Force in seventh (-326), Tim
- Wilkerson (-417) in eighth and Bob Tasca III (-439) in 10th. Tasca leads Johnny Gray by 62 points for the final spot in the Championship Countdown with one race remaining in the regular season.
- The NHRA Funny Car series returns Aug. 31-Sept. 5 for the U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
World Rally Championship (Fiesta)
- Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally driver Mikko Hirvonen finished fourth in the ADAC Rallye Deutschland.
- Jari-Matti Latvala finished 14th in the event.
- Hirvonen now sits third in the driver’s championship standings, 36 points behind Sebastian Loeb. 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
- 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.
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GRAND-AM Rolex Series (Daytona Prototypes)
- Henri Richard and Brian Frisselle of Doran Racing drove the No. 77 Ford Dallara to an eighth-place finish at the Montreal 200.
- Ozz Negri and John Pew finished ninth and Ryan Dalziel and Alex Popow finished 10th to give Ford three teams in the top-10.
- The Grand-Am Rolex series returns September 16-17 for the Emco Gears Classic at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- Larry Morgan qualified 14th at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals, and was eliminated in the first round by Mike Edwards.
- The NHRA Pro Stock series returns Aug. 31-Sept. 5 for the U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
SCCA World Challenge GTS (Mustang) – NO RACE
- Round 9/10 of the SCCA World Challenge is scheduled for Infineon Raceway on Aug 26-28.
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).