Gravel Takes First Place at Shortened Race

 
Photo: World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series
Gravel Takes First Place at Shortened Race 
C&R cooled Brad Sweet set a new track record at 13.585 seconds. C&R customer David Gravel won the dash in first place and led the most laps in the second consecutive race in-a-row. 
Four of the top five finishers in the race used C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
1. David Gravel / CJB Motorsports – Tethers, Diesel Heater 
2. Shane Stewart / Larson-Marks Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Tethers 
3. Brad Sweet / Kasey Kahne Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters, Front Axel Tethers
4. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
Kurt Busch celebrates in victory lane with his team after winning the Axalta 'We Paint Winners' 400 at Pocono Raceway. (Photo: Matthew O'Haren, USA TODAY Sports)
Kurt Busch Ends Drought to Win Pocono
C&R cooled Kurt Busch claimed his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win in nearly a year on Monday at Pocono Raceway when he took the checkered flag in the Axalta "We Paint Winners" 400. 
The top five finishers in the race used C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
1. Kurt Busch / Stewart-Haas Racing - Cooling Systems, Jiffy Tite, Intercomp Scales & Services 
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. / Hendrick Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
3. Brad Keselowski / Team Penske - Cooling Systems, REM Services, Intercomp Scales & Services
4. Chase Elliott / Hendrick Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
5. Joey Logano / Team Penske - Cooling Systems, REM Services, Intercomp Scales & Services 
Will Power celebrates his win on Belle Isle on Sunday. His 26th career IndyCar victory ties him with Rodger Ward for 14th place on the all-time wins list. (PHOTO BY LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC) 
Power Wills his way to Victory in Second Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race
Team Penske driver Will Power celebrates after winning the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit race two at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park. 
All cars in the race used PWR Performance Products (Radiators).
1. Will Power / Team Penske 
2. Simon Pagenaud / Team Penske
3. Ryan Hunter-Reay / Andretti Autosport
4. Josef Newgarden / Ed Carpenter Racing 
5. Scott Dixon / Chip Ganassi Racing 
Photo: IndyCar
Bourdais Wins Second Consecutive Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 1
C&R cooled Sebastien Bourdais of KV Racing, celebrates winning race one at the Detroit auto racing double header on Belle Isle in Detroit. 
All cars in the race used PWR Performance Products (Radiators).
1. Sebastien Bourdais / KV Racing 
2. Conor Daly / Dale Coyne Racing
3. Juan Pablo Montoya / Team Penske
4. Graham Rahal / Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 
5. Helio Castroneves / Team Penske 
Kyle Larson, right, plays with his son Owen Larson and the trophy after he won the rain-shortened NASCAR Xfinity series auto race at Pocono Raceway, Saturday, June 4, 2016, in Long Pond, Pa. Larson led when the rain hit 53 laps into the scheduled 100-lap race and the race was called 1 hour, 35 minutes after the red flag came out. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Rain Doesn't Stop Larson From Racing to the Finish
C&R cooled Larson of Chip Ganassi Racing took first place in the race that ended at lap 54. Larson, driving for Chip Ganassi, led 27 laps including the final 19 before the race was stopped. It was his first win of the season.
The top five finishers in the race used C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
1. Kyle Larson / Chip Ganassi Racing – Cooling Systems, Jiffy Tite, Intercomp Scales & Services
2. Erik Jones / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
3. Ty Dillon / RCR - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services, SPAL Fans
4. Kyle Busch / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
5. Joey Logano / Team Penske - Cooling Systems, REM Services, Intercomp Scales & Services
In this photo submitted by the NHRA, Funny Car racer Ron Capps races to the qualifying lead at the NHRA New England Nationals with a run of 3.865 seconds at 325.92 mph. His elapsed time is the second quickest Funny Car pass in NHRA history and a track record at New England Dragway located an hour outside of Boston. (Marc Gewertz/NHRA/National Dragster via AP) 
Brown tops NHRA New England Nationals
Defending Top Fuel season champion Antron Brown raced to his first No.1 qualifier of the season Saturday in the NHRA New England Nationals. Brown uses C&R Racing Radiators. 
The Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP races to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship win on Saturday on Belle Isle in Detroit. (PHOTO BY LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC)
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 three different teams.
All of the first place teams use C&R Racing and PWR Performance radiators.
Class P - Jordan Taylor & Ricky Taylor / Wayne Taylor Racing (Chevrolet Corvette DP) 
Class PC - Starworks Motorsports (ORECA FLM09)
Class GTD - Riley Motorsports (Dodge Viper GT3-R) 
Mark Miefert Photo
Non-Outlaw Driver Scores First Place Finish at Fremont 
Shane Stewart captured his third quick time in-a-row after also having the fastest qualifying lap at The Dirt Track at Charlotte and Lawrenceburg Speedway. Schatz was the first C&R cooled customer to make a top finish against first place, non-outlaw driver Chad Kemenah. C&R heater and tether customer David Gravel was not far behind in third place.
Four of the top five finishers in the race used C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
2. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
3. David Gravel / CJB Motorsports – Tethers, Diesel Heater 
4. Greg Wilson / Greg Wilson Racing - Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Tethers
5. Jason Johnson / Jason Johnson Racing - Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Tethers