Edwards Wins at Bristol NASCAR Sprint

Carl Edwards avoids tire issues, wins at Bristol April 18, 2016 12:00 AM NASCAR Bristol Auto Racing-1 NASCAR Bristol Auto Racing-1 Carl Edwards celebrates after winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race, Sunday, April 17, 2016, in Bristol, Tenn.  Wade Payne/Associated Press
Carl Edwards celebrates after winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race, Sunday, April 17, 2016, in Bristol, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)
EDWARDS WINS AT BRISTOL NASCAR SPRINT
Carl Edwards driving the PWR Performance Products cooled Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing led 276 of the 500 lap race at Bristol Motor Speedway to take the win in the NASCAR Sprint Series.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. followed in second place driving the Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsport with Kurt Busch driving the Stewart Haas Chevrolet finishing third.
All cars in the race use C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
1. Carl Edwards / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. / Hendrick Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
3. Kurt Busch / Stewart-Haas Racing - Cooling Systems, Jiffy Tite, Intercomp Scales & Services 
4. Chase Elliott / Hendrick Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
5. Trevor Bayne / Roush Fenway - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services  
Erik Jones did well on the final restart to pull ahead and win Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity race. PHOTO BY LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC
ERIK JONES TAKES VICTORY AT BRISTOL NASCAR XFINITY
Erik Jones qualified on pole and then went on to claimed victory on the .533 mile banked oval at Bristol. Driving the PWR Performance Products cooled Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, Jones claimed his first win of the season and third of his career in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Teammate Kyle Busch finished second with Kyle Larson taking third place.
The top 10 cars use C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
1. Erik Jones / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
2. Kyle Busch / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
3. Kyle Larson / Chip Ganassi Racing – Cooling Systems, Jiffy Tite, Intercomp Scales & Services
4. Austin Dillon / RCR - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services, SPAL Fans
5. Justin Allgaier / JR Motorsports - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services 
Simon Pagenaud (22) holds off Scott Dixon (9) to take the checkered flag to win the 42nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Sunday April 17, 2016 in Long Beach, Cailf. Scott Dixon (9) finished second while Helio Castroneves (3) finished third. (Will Lester/The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin via AP)
Simon Pagenaud (22) holds off Scott Dixon (9) to win the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. (Will Lester, The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin via AP)
POINTS LEADER PAGENAUD PULLS AWAY AT LONG BEACH INDYCAR RACE 
PWR Performance Products cooled Simon Pagenaud claimed his first victory as a Penske driver on the streets of Long Beach to open out a 14 point championship margin in the Indycar Series.
Defending champion Scott Dixon followed in second place with Helio Castroneves finishing in third.
All cars in the race use PWR Performance Products. 
Scott McLaughlin celebrates victory at Phillip Island Photo: Mark Horsburgh
MCLAUGHLIN MASTERS PHILLIP ISLAND V8 SUPERCARS
Two races was held at Phillip Island in the V8 Supercar Series with Scott McLaughlin claiming two poles and two wins driving the PWR Performance Products cooled Volvo S60 for Garry Rogers Motorsport.
All cars in both races use PWR Performance Products.
Race 1 - McLaughlin first followed by Mark Winterbottom and Scott Pye.
Race 2 - McLaughlin first with Jamie Whincup second and Fabian Coulthard third.
Matt Hill Photo
Matt Hill Photo
PITTMAN PERSEVERES AT PERRIS AUTO SPEEDWAY 
Kasey Kahne Racing swept the top places of this race at Perris Auto Speedway. Pittman is the third driver this season to make it to the podium multiple times. Not far behind Pittman and Sweet, was C&R cooled Joey Saldana in third place. Saldana passed on the turn in the last lap to finish in this place. 
The top five finishers use C&R Racing products. 
1. Daryn Pittman / Kasey Kahne Racing – Front Axel Tethers, Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters
2. Brad Sweet / Kasey Kahne Racing – Front Axel Tethers, Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters
3. Joey Saldana / Roth Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Tethers
4. Shane Stewart / Larson-Marks Racing – Diesel Heater, Cooling Systems
5. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Front Axel Tethers, Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater
VETTEL FINISHES SECOND CHINESE F1 GRAND PRIX
Sebastian Vettel driving the PWR cooled Ferrari finished a strong second in the Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix held at the Shanghai International Circuit. PWR cooled Red Bull driver, Daniil Kvyat followed in third place for the final step on the podium.
It was a exciting race with many comeback drives the order of the day including that of PWR cooled Daniel Ricciardo who qualified in second place. He took the lead on the first corner which he held until lap 3 when he picked up a puncture and was forced to pit dropping him to the back of the pack. He drove up through the field to finish in fourth place.
Nico Rosberg won the race in a Mercedes.
Another top showing in the Formula 1 series by PWR Performance Products with 8 of the top 10 cars being PWR cooled.
WINS SHARED AT DONINGTON PARK BTCC
Three races were held at the Donington Park circuit in Leicestershire for the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with wins shared between three different winners.
Race 1 - 15 lap race with first place going to Mat Jackson (Ford) followed by Josh Cook (MG) and Tom Ingram (Toyota).
Race 2 - 19 lap race won by Rob Collard (BMW) with Mat Jackson (Ford) second followed by Aron Smith (VW) in third.
Race 3 - 16 lap race with Matt Neal (Honda) first. Gordon Shedden (Honda) finished second with Sam Tordoff (BMW) third.
All cars in the series use PWR Performance Products.
Photo Credit: Tim Aylwin Photo
Tim Aylwin Photo
A SWEET WIN MAKES THE FIFTH OF THIS SEASON FOR OUTLAWS DRIVER
The ninth podium finish of the season for C&R cooled Brad Sweet. Sweet and Schatz are the only two drivers with multiple wins in 2016. Saldana was not far behind in second place, and currently ties Sweet for most quick time awards this season.
The top five finishers use C&R Racing products. 
1. Brad Sweet / Kasey Kahne Racing – Front Axel Tethers, Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters
2. Joey Saldana / Roth Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Tethers
3. David Gravel / CJB Motorsports – Tethers
4. Shane Stewart / Larson-Marks Racing – Diesel Heater, Cooling Systems
5. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Front Axel Tethers, Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater
FIRST PLACE FINISHES FOR IMSA SERIES DRIVERS
C&R and PWR customers took first place in IMSA races held Long Beach with wins shared between four different teams.
Class P - Jordan Taylor & Ricky Taylor / Wayne Taylor Racing (Chevrolet Corvette DP)
Class PC - Goikhberg & Simpson (ORECA FLM09)
Class GTLM - Pilet & Tandy (Porsche 911 RSR)
Class GS - Cameron Cassels & Trent Hindman / Bodymotion Racing (Porsche Cayman GT4) 
All of the first place teams use C&R Racing and PWR Performance products.
Scott Bloomquist Win
Photo: Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series 
C&R SHORT TRACK CUSTOMERS TAKE FIRST PLACE 
Super Late Model: 
1. Christopher Bell / KBM – Radiator, Oil Cooler 
Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model:
1Scott Bloomquist / SBR - Radiator, Oil Cooler 
4. Jared Landers / Lance Landers Motorsports - Radiator, Oil Cooler 
5. Brandon Sheppard / Best Motorsports- Radiator, Oil Cooler 
CRA Super Series: 
1Cody Coughlin / Jegs – Radiator, Oil Cooler  
4. Johnny Van Doorn / TK Racing - Radiator, Oil Cooler  
Dirt Modified: 
1. Ryan Thomas / Diamond Race Cars – Radiator