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Busch Heats Up In Indianapolis

Kyle Busch (18) won the Brickyard 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Sunday, July 24, 2016. (Photo: Michael Conroy - AP)
Busch Heats Up In Indianapolis 
For the second consecutive year, Kyle Busch has won the Brickyard 400 in the NASCAR Sprint Series race held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Starting on pole position, Busch led a race record 149 of the 170 lap race driving the PWR Performance Products cooled Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. 
Matt Kenseth driving a Toyota finished second with Jimmie Johnson in a Chevrolet following in third place. 
All cars in the race use C&R and PWR Performance Products: 
1. Kyle Busch / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
2. Matt Kenseth / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
3. Jimmie Johnson / Hendrick Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services 
4. Denny Hamlin / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
5. Kyle Larson / Chip Ganassi Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
Central Pennsylvania sprint car fans celebrate with Lance Dewease in victory lane at Williams Grove Speedway. (Dennis Bicksler photo)
Second Night Win At Williams Grove Goes To Non Outlaw Team 
Daryn Pittman took his second top place finish of the weekend, after a win at Williams Grove.
David Gravel and Donny Schatz finished fourth and fifth respectively, as both had top five finishes to close the weekend's races at Williams Grove. 
Three of the top five finishers use C&R Racing Products: 
  1. Daryn Pittman / Kasey Kahne Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters, Front Axel Tethers
  2. David Gravel / CJB Motorsports – Tethers, Diesel Heater
  3. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
XFINITY Series driver Kyle Busch (18) celebrates winning the Lilly Diabetes 250 Saturday, July 23, 2016, afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Photo: Matt Kryger/IndyStar)
Busch on Fire At Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Lilly Diabetes 250 
Kyle Busch qualified on pole and then led 62 of the 63 laps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway to dominate and win the NASCAR Xfinity race driving a PWR Performance Products cooled Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. 
Kevin Harvick finished second driving a Chevrolet with third place going to Paul Menard also in a Chevrolet. 
The top five finishers use C&R and PWR Performance Products: 
  1. Kyle Busch / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fan
  2. Kevin Harvick / JR Motorsports - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services 
  3. Paul Menard / Richard Childress Racing - Cooling Systems 
  4. Kyle Larson / Chip Ganassi Racing - Cooling Systems 
  5. Justin Allgaier / JR Motorsports - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services 
Audi takes second GT Daytona victory at Lime Rock Park. (Photo: IMSA)
IMSA Victories At Lime Rock Park 
Starworks Motorsport drivers Alex Popow and Renger van Der Zande raced to a win in the Prototype Challenge class.
The Corvette Racing team of Tommy Milner and Oliver Gavin claimed a victory as well. 
Magnus Racing takes home a win as Andy Lally makes a late move and leads the final 20 laps of the race. 
Multimatic Motorsports teammates Billy Johnson and Scott Maxwell pulled off a win in the GS class. 
The winners of each IMSA class (below) use C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products. 
PC - Alex Popow / Renger van Der Zande - Starworks Motorsport  
GTLM - Tommy Milner / Oliver Gavin - Corvette Racing 
GTD -  Andy Lally / John Potter - Magnus Racing 
GS - Billy Johnson / Scott Maxwell - Multimatic Motorsports 
Daryn Pittman celebrates winning Friday night’s World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series feature at Williams Grove Speedway. (Julia Johnson photo)
Pittman On Top In Race One At Williams Grove
Daryn Pittman picked up his seventh World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series victory of the season Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. 
C&R cooled TSR driver, Donny Schatz rounded out the top five with a fifth place finish at Williams Grove. 
Two of the top five finishers use C&R Racing Products: 
  1. Daryn Pittman / Kasey Kahne Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters, Front Axel Tethers
  2. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
Kyle Larson poses in victory lane with Eldora Speedway honor Tony Stewart after winning the Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby on Wednesday. (Todd Ridgeway Photo)
Larson Scores Camping World Win At Eldora 
Kyle Larson scored to his second Camping World Truck series win at Eldora after being down a lap in the race. Kyle Busch Motorsports driver, Christopher Bell placed second in the race, while Rico Abreu was third, also coming back from being a lap behind. Jake Griffin was fourth, followed by Tyler Reddick in fifth.  
The top five finishers use C&R Racing Products: 
  1. Kyle Larson / GMS Racing - Cooling Systems, Drives Shafts, Intercomp Scales 
  2. Christopher Bell / Kyle Busch Motorsports - Transmissions, Rear Gears, Cooling Systems
  3. Rico Abreu / Thorsport Racing - Cooling Systems, Rear Gears
  4. Jake Griffin / Red Horse Racing - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services 
  5. Tyler Reddick / Brad Keselowski Racing - Transmissions, Rear Gears, Cooling Systems 
A huge crowd was on hand for Tuesday night’s Don Martin Memorial at Pennsylvania’s Lernerville Speedway. (Joe Secka/JMS Pro Photo)
Top Places For C&R Customers At Don Martin Memorial Race 
The win at the Don Martin Memorial Race was the fifth of the season for David Gravel and second in the last week. 
Schatz put up a fight with a close race against Gravel in second place. Dale Blaney came into the night as the past winner of the event, after a battle with Schatz, he finished in third place.
Kraig Kinser and Joey Saldana rounded out the top five finishers of the day.  
The top five finishers use C&R Racing Products: 
  1. David Gravel / CJB Motorsports – Tethers, Diesel Heater
  2. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
  3. Dale Blaney / CH Motorsports - Tethers 
  4. Kraig Kinser - Radiators, Diesel Heater 
  5. Joey Saldana / Roth Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater 
Lowndes on track at QR. (Photo: Matthew Paul Photography)
888 Racing Dominates At Queensland Raceway V8 Supercars
Two races was held on the 3.12 km. circuit at Queensland Raceway in the V8 Supercar series with the PWR Performance Products cooled 888 Racing team dominating the event. 
In the the first race it was a complete 888 Racing podium with Shane Van Gisbergen first, Jamie Whincup second and Craig Lowndes third. 
Race 2 saw Lowndes first, followed by team mate Whincup with Ford driver Chaz Mostert third. 
All cars in the race used PWR Performance Products. 
Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB12 (Photo: XPB Images) 
Ricciardo On Podium Hungary Formula 1 Grand Prix 
Daniel Ricciardo driving the PWR Performance Products cooled RB12 for Red Bull Racing has finished on the podium in third position at the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix held on the 2.72 mile Hungaroring circuit. 
Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes won the race. 
18 of the 22 cars in the race used PWR Performance Products. 
Three in a row for ARCA rookie Chase Briscoe; wins Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200 at Lucas Oil Raceway (Photo: ARCA Racing Series)
Third Series Victory For Briscoe 
Chase Briscoe raced to ARCA Victory at Lucas Oil Raceway, leading 129 of 200 laps on the 0.686 mile track, with his Cunningham Motorsports team.
Myatt Snider, teammate of Briscoe, came in third place. 
Two of the top three cars in the race use C&R and PWR Performance Products: 
1. Chase Briscoe / Cunningham Motorsports
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3. Myatt Snider / Cunningham Motorsports