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NHRA Funny Car Series (Mustang)
- Robert Hight, driver of the Auto Club Ford Mustang Funny Car, defeated owner and teammate John Force, driver of the Castrol GTX High Mileage Ford Mustang Funny Car, to win the Mopar Mile High Nationals in Denver, CO.
- Ford has won 12 of 16 races during the 2010 NHRA Season.
- As of Sunday's race,all Ford Funny Car drivers have now clinched a spot in the Countdown to One.
- Ford drivers and their final positions include; Ashley Force Hood (lost to Jack Beckman in round one), Tim Wilkerson (lost to Bob Tasca III in round one), and Bob Tasca III (lost to John Force in round two).
- Ford Racing driver point standings after the Mopar Mile High Nationals: 1st- John Force (1219), 2nd- Robert Hight (1191), 6th- Tim Wilkerson (963), 7th-Bob Tasca III (959), and 8th-Ashley Force Hood (938).
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Fusion)
- Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Fusion, was the highest finishing Ford, coming in third in the Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis.
- Biffle led two times for 38 laps during the course of the race and found himself sitting third behind leader Juan Montoya and McMurray when caution came out with 23 laps remaining.
- That’s when all of the lead lap cars barreled down pit road for their final stops. Six cars (McMurray, Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Mark Martin, Kurt Busch and Jeff Burton) opted for two tires and came out in the first six spots while Montoya and Biffle led the four-tire takers in seventh and eighth, respectively, for the restart.
- Overall, Ford had eight cars finish in the top 20, including chase contenders Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Fusion, who finished seventh, and Matt Kenseth, driver of the No. 17 Fusion, who came home 12th.
- Top five finishers in Indianapolis include: (1) Jamie McMurray- Chevrolet; (2) Kevin Harvick - Chevrolet; (3) Greg Biffle- Ford; (4) Clint Bowyer. - Chevrolet; (5) Tony Stewart - Chevrolet.
- Other Ford drivers finishing in the Top 20 in the race include: Kasey Kahne (13th), Paul Menard (14th), AJ Allmendinger (16th), Bill Elliott (18th), and David Ragan (20th).
- Three Ford drivers are currently in the top 12 standings: 8th-Matt Kenseth (-347), 10th-Carl Edwards (-424), and 11th-Greg Biffle (-458).
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
X GAMES (Fiesta)
- The X Games will take place next weekend July 31st- August 1st.
World Rally Championship (Focus)
- NO RACE- The World Rally Championship returns July 29-31 for Neste Oil Rally in Finland
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NASCAR Nationwide Series
- Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Fusion, was the highest finishing Ford coming in second in the Kroger 250 at O'Reilly Raceway Park.
NHRA Pro Stock Series (Mustang)
- Larry Morgan, driver of the Lucas Oil Ford Mustang, was the highest qualified Ford in 12th. Morgan lost to Johnny Gray, NTB GXP, in the first round.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (F-150)
- Jennifer Jo Cobb, driver of the No. 10 F-150 was the highest finishing Ford, coming in 26th in the AAA Insurance 200 at O'Reilly Raceway Park.
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
- NO RACE - The Ford Racing Mustang Challenge returns July 31-August 1 at Autobahn in Illinois.
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)
- NO RACE - The FIA GT1 Series returns on August 1 in Belgium.