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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Fusion, ended a personal, near two-year winless streak in the Sprint Cup Series by taking Sunday's Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway.
- Biffle led for 30 laps during the course of the race, including pulling away by nearly five seconds at the end.
- The race is also the first win for Ford and Roush Fenway Racing this season, with the last win coming for both manufacturer and team during last October's Talladega race.
- Roush Fenway Racing teammate Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Fusion, also had a great race, finishing third and giving him a four-race streak of top-10 finishes that began at Daytona
- Biffle dedicated the victory to team owner Jack Roush, who remains in the hospital following a plane crash earlier in the week.
- Top five finishers in Pocono include: (1) Greg Biffle- Ford; (2) Tony Stewart - Chevrolet; (3) Carl Edwards- Ford; (4) Kevin Harvick. - Chevrolet; (5) Denny Hamlin- Toyota.
- Other Ford drivers finishing in the Top 20 in the race include: Paul Menard (13th), David Ragan (14th), Matt Kenseth (18th), and Kasey Kahne (19th).
- Three Ford drivers are currently in the top 12 standings: 9th-Matt Kenseth (-398), 10th-Carl Edwards (-414), and 11th-Greg Biffle (-428).
X GAMES (Fiesta)
- Tanner Foust, driver of the ROCKSTAR Ford Fiesta captured both rally competition events at X Games 16, winning the traditional Rally Car Racing gold medal and the all-new SuperRally gold medal.
- Foust's chief competition came from Fiesta teammate Brian Deegan, who finished second in both events in his ROCKSTAR Fiesta.
- The Ford Fiesta has now won three gold medals in rally racing at the X Games, and six of the available nine medals (3 gold, 2 silver and a broze) at the last two X Games.
World Rally Championship (Focus)
- BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team drivers Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila won a thrilling Rally Finland for the first time by 10.1sec in a Ford Focus RS World Rally Car, joining a long list of Finnish greats who have triumphed in their home event.
- Twenty-five-year-old Latvala, already the youngest driver to win a world rally event, became the youngest winner of Rally Finland since the WRC started in 1973.
- It was Ford's second consecutive victory in the legendary event, following the success of Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen in 2009, and the manufacturer's fourth win in five years.
NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- NO RACE - The NHRA Funny Car Series returns August 12-15 for the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals in Brainerd, Minnesota
GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge (Mustang)
- NO RACE - The GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge returns August 13-14 in Montreal, Quebec for the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivieres
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NASCAR Nationwide Series
- Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Fusion, was the highest finishing Ford coming in tenth in the U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway
NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- NO RACE - The NHRA Pro Stock Series returns August 12-15 for the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals in Brainerd, Minnesota
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (F-150)
- Brent Raymor, driver of the No. 85 F-150 was the highest finishing Ford, coming in 16th in the Pocono Mountains 125 at Pocono Raceway
GRAND-AM Rolex Series
- NO RACE - The GRAND-AM Rolex Series returns August 6-7 at Watkins Glen for the Crown Royal 200 at the Glen.
Ford Racing Mustang Challenge
- Tony Buffamonte won his third Ford Racing Mustang Challenge race this season at Autobahn in Illinois on Sunday.
Formula Drift (Mustang)
- NO RACE - The Formula Drift Series returns August 20-21 for Round 5: After Dark at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
FIA GT3/GT1 (Ford GT)
- Richard Westbook and Thomas Mutsch drivers of the No. 5 Matech Ford GT finsihed third in the Spa-Francorchamps race in Belgium.