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NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- John Force, driver of the Castrol GTX High Mileage, clinched his 15th career Funny Car championship after defeating Bob Bode in the second round of the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals. Force went on to defeat Jeff Arend in the finals to win the sixth and final race in the NHRA Countdown to 1.
- The championship is the 17th for John Force Racing in the past 21 seasons and the 11th for JFR with Ford Motor Company. This championship win makes John Force the winningest team owner in Ford Racing NHRA history.
- Force's championship was helped made possible when Bob Tasca III took out points leader Matt Hagan in Round One.
- Ford drivers and their final positions include; Tim Wilkerson (did not qualify), Ashley Force Hood (lost to Jim Head in round one), Robert Hight (lost to Melanie Troxel in round one), Bob Tasca III (lost to Jeff Arend in the semifinals)
- Ford Racing driver final point standings after the final racein the Countdown to 1 include: 1st-John Force (2621), 3rd-Ashley Force Hood (2449), 5th-Bob Tasca III (2395), 8th-Robert Hight (2277), and 10th-Tim Wilkerson (2242)
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Pole-sitter Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Fusion, squeezed 88 laps out of his last tank of gas to win his first Cup race since Homestead, 2008. The victory, the 17th of Edwards' career, completed a sweep of a weekend that also included a victory in the Nationwide Series race on Saturday.
- Edwards was fastest all three practice sessions and sat on the pole before going out and winning his 17th career NSCS event, passing Denny Hamlin with 46 laps to go and nursing his gas tank to make it to the finish.
- The race marked the first time a Ford driver has swept a Nationwide/Cup weekend since Edwards did it in October 2008 at Memphis and Atlanta.
- Top five finishers in Phoenix include: (1) Carl Edwards- Ford; (2) Ryan Newman - Chevrolet; (3) Joey Logano -Toyota; (4) Greg Biffle - Ford; (5) Jimmie Johnson - Chevrolet
- The race was another strong effort for Roush Fenway Racing, which had three top-10 finishers as Greg Biffle came home fourth and Matt Kenseth seventh.
- Ford Chase standings after the Phoenix race inclue: 4th-Carl Edwards (-264), 5th-Matt Kenseth (-311), 8th-Greg Biffle (-349). The series heads to Homestead next weekend for the 10th and final race of the 2010 season.
NASCAR Nationwide Series
- Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Fusion, continued his dominant weekend at Phoenix International Raceway, winning Saturday's Wypall 200 Nationwide Series race.
World Rally Championship (Focus)
- BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team drivers Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila finished second in the FIA World Rally Championship by claiming a podium in Rally GB Sunday
- The privately-entered Ford Fiesta S2000 of Xevi Pons and Alex Haro finished third in the S-WRC category and the result was enough to earn the Spanish duo the inaugural S-WRC world title
GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge (Mustang)
- NO RACE - Ford finished the year in the GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge Series second in the manufacturer standings with 303 points.
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (F-150)
- Brent Raymer, driver of the No. 85 F-150, was the highest finishing Ford, coming in 21st at Phoenix International Raceway for the Lucas Oil 150
NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- Larry Morgan, driver of the Lucas Oil Pro Stock Ford Mustang, had an 18th place qualifying effort and was the best of the Fords, but it did not qualify him for final eliminations at the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals
Formula Drift (Mustang)
- NO RACE - Vaughn Gittin Jr., driver of the Monster Energy Falken Tire Ford Mustang, won the Formula Drift championship in the seventh and final round of the season at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale on October 9th.
GRAND-AM Rolex Series
- NO RACE- Ford finished the GRAND-AM Rolex Series second in the manufacturer and team point standings.