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NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- Tim Wilkerson, driver of the Levi, Ray & Shoup Ford Shelby Mustang Funny Car defeated Ron Capps, Dodge, to win the NHRA Northwest Nationals in Seattle, WA.
- The win marks Wilkerson's third win of the 2010 season, and comes right off his victory in Norwalk. Wilkerson came into Seattle as the defending champion. This was Wilkerson's 16th career win and third consecutive final appearance this season.
- Ford has now won 11 out of 13 races this season.
- John Force, driver of the Castrol GTX High Mileage Ford Mustang Funny Car clinched a spot in the NHRA Countdown to 1.
Robert Hight, driver of the Auto Club Ford Mustang Funny Car was the No. 1 Qualifier going into Sunday's eliminations. This was Hight's 38th No. 1 Qualifier.
- Ford drivers and their final positions include; John Force (lost to Jack Beckman in round one), Robert Hight (lost to Jack Beckman in round two), Ashley Force Hood (lost to Ron Capps in round two), and Bob Tasca III (lost to Tim Wilkerson in round one).
- Ford Racing driver point standings after the NHRA Northwest Nationals: 1st- John Force (1057), 2nd- Robert Hight (1016), 5th- Tim Wilkerson (891), 6th-Ashley Force Hood (872), and 8th-Bob Tasca III (828).
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Fusion, was the highest finishing Ford, coming in second in the LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
- Joining Edwards in the top-10 were fellow Ford drivers Kasey Kahne, driver of the No. 9 Fusion in 6th, and Paul Menard, driver of the No. 98 in 10th.
- Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Fusion, started fourth and ran in the top-10 for much of the first half of the race but had a rough night, blowing his engine on lap 190, finishing 35th.
- Top five finishers in Chicago include: (1) David Reutimann - Toyota; (2) Carl Edwards - Ford; (3) Jeff Gordon - Chevrolet; (4) Clint Bowyer. - Chevrolet; (5) Jamie McMurray - Chevrolet.
- Other Ford drivers finishing in the Top 20 in the race include: David Ragan (12th), Matt Kenseth (13th), and AJ Allmendinger (14th).
- Three Ford drivers are currently in the top 12 standings: 8th-Matt Kenseth (-299), 10th-Carl Edwards (-400), and 11th-Greg Biffle (-459).
GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge (Mustang)
- NO RACE - The GRAND-AM Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge returns July 16-17 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
Rally America (Fiesta)
- NO RACE - Rally America returns July 16-17 with the New England Forest Rally in Bethal, Maine.
World Rally Championship (Focus)
- BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team drivers Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen and teammates Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in Rally Bulgaria on Sunday.
- The Ford Fiesta S2000 clinched first and second in the Group N category.
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NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- Larry Morgan, driver of the Lucas Oil Ford Mustang, was the highest qualified Ford in 15th. Morgan lost to Johnny Gray, Pontiac GXP, in the first round.
NASCAR Nationwide Series
- Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Fusion, was the highest finishing Ford coming in sixth in the Dollar General 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (F-150)
- Jennifer Jo Cobb, driver of the No. 10 F-150 was the highest finishing Ford coming in 25th in the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway.
Formula Drift (Mustang)
- Vaughn Gittin Jr., driver of the Monster Energy Falken Tire Ford Mustang, made it to the Sweet 16 at Round Four: Throwdown in Monroe, Washington but was knocked out by Fredric Aasba, Toyota.
GRAND-AM Rolex Series
- NO RACE - The GRAND-AM Rolex Series returns on July 16-18 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
FIA GT3/GT1 (Ford GT)
- NO RACE - The FIA GT1 Series returns on August 1 in Belgium.
Ford Racing Mustang Challenge
- NO RACE- The Ford Racing Mustang Challenge returns July 17-18 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.