Larson Claims Maiden Career Win At Michigan NASCAR Sprint

Kyle Larson celebrates his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win, Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.(Photo: Aaron Doster, USA TODAY Sports)
Larson Claims Maiden Career Win At Michigan NASCAR Sprint 
Kyle Larson claimed his first win after 99 career starts to win on the 2 mile oval track at Michigan International Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint series. Driving the C&R Racing cooled Chevrolet SS for Chip Ganassi Racing, Larson led a race high 41 of 200 laps to finish 1.479 seconds in front of Chase Elliott (Chevrolet) with Brad Keselowski (Ford) finishing third.
All cars in the race used C&R Racing and PWR Performance Products.
  1. Kyle Larson / Chip Ganassi Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
  2. Chase Elliott / Hendrick Motorsports - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services
  3. Brad Keselowski / Team Penske - Cooling Systems, REM Services, Intercomp Scales & Services
  4. Ryan Blaney / Wood Brothers Racing - Cooling Systems 
  5. Kevin Harvick / Stewart-Haas Racing - Cooling Systems, Jiffy Tite, Intercomp Scales & Services
Photo: Geert Vanden Wijngaert, AP
Ricciardo On Podium At Belgium Grand Prix Formula 1 
Daniel Ricciardo qualified in fifth position before claiming second place in the Belgium Formula 1 Grand Prix driving the RB12 for Red Bull Racing which uses the full PWR Performance Products cooling package. Lewis Hamilton placed third driving a Mercedes. 18 of the 22 cars in the race used PWR Performance Products.
Graham Rahal beat James Hinchcliffe by 0.008 seconds at the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday in the fifth-closest IndyCar finish of all time. (Photo: Larry Papke / AP Photo)
First Win Of The Season For Rahal IndyCars
In a close three way battle for the win over the closing laps, Graham Rahal who landed his first win of the season driving a PWR Performance Products cooled, Honda powered Dallara in the IndyCar series race held on the 1.5 mile oval at Texas Motor Speedway. James Hinchcliffe (Honda) followed .0080 of a second behind in second place with Tony Kanaan (Chevrolet) third 0.0903 seconds behind Rahal. All cars in the race used PWR Performance Products.
Jamie Whincup, Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden (Photo: Herb Powell) 
RedBull Racing Dominates At Sydney Motorsport Park V8 Supercars
Two races was held at Sydney Motorsport Park with the PWR cooled Redbull Racing Australia Team taking a clean sweep. Race 1 - 1 Shane Van Gisbergen, 2 Jamie Whincup, 3 James Courtney. Race 2 - 1 Jamie Whincup, 2 Craig Lowndes, 3 Chaz Motert. All cars in the series use PWR Performance Products.
Schatz Wins At River Cities In His Home State of North Dakota 
Schatz stayed on pace to win in North Dakota from the start of the race, with pole position and maintaining the lead from there. Brad Sweet finished in second place, after moving up on lap seven; he is now second place on the leaderboard next to Schatz. Logan Schuchart and Joey Saldana finished in fourth and fifth place. 
Four of the top five finishers used C&R Racing Products. 
  1. Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater, Front Axel Tethers
  2. Brad Sweet / Kasey Kahne Racing – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heaters, Front Axel Tethers
  3. Logan Schuchart / Shark Racing - Tethers  
  4. Joey Saldana / Roth Motorsports – Cooling Systems, Diesel Heater 
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Brett Moffitt (11) reacts to winning the Careers for Veterans 200 at Michigan International Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports(Photo: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports)
Moffitt Leads On One Lap To Win 
Brett Moffitt raced to the finish in the last lap at Michigan International Speedway. His first Camping World Trucks race win, and his sixth race in the series overall. Moffitt passed teammate Timothy Peters who placed second.  
The top five finishers used C&R Racing Products. 
  1. Brett Moffitt / Red Horse Racing - Cooling Systems 
  2. Timothy Peters / Red Horse Racing - Cooling Systems 
  3. Daniel Hemric / Brad Keselowski Racing - Transmissions, Rear Gears, Cooling Systems 
  4. William Byron /  Kyle Busch Motorsports - Transmissions, Rear Gears, Cooling Systems
  5. Cameron Hayley / Thorsport Racing - Cooling Systems, Rear Gears 
Michael McDowell reacts to winning the NASCAR Xfinity Road America 180 Fired Up by Johnsonville at Road America on Saturday.(Photo: Gary C. Klein/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)
Road America Win For Michael McDowell In Xfinity Race 
In the past, Michael McDowell has been close to a top finish at Road America, this year it became a reality. Together, McDowell and teammate Brendan Gaughan finished in first and second place. Brennan Poole of Chip Ganassi Racing came in third place, with Daniel Suarez and Ryan Reed in fourth and fifth. 
The top five finishers used C&R Racing Products. 
  1. Michael McDowell / RCR - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services, SPAL Fans
  2. Brendan Gaughan / RCR - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Services, SPAL Fans
  3. Brennan Poole / Chip Ganassi Racing - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales, Driveshafts
  4. Daniel Suarez / Joe Gibbs Racing – Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales & Repair, SPAL Fans
  5. Ryan Reed / Roush Fenway Racing - Cooling Systems, Intercomp Scales
Porsche Takes CJ Wilson Racing To First GS Victory In Oak Tree Grand Prix At Virginia International Raceway. (Photo: IMSA)
GS Class Win For CJ Wilson Racing 
Continental Tire Challenge team, CJ Wilson Racing took their first top place finish at the Oak Prix Grand Prix. The team previously raced in ST, with four other wins in the ST class. 
GS Wilson Racing uses PWR Performance cooling systems. 
Bloomquist Wins Lawrenceburg's Whiskey City 60 (Photo: Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series)
Back To Back Wins For Bloomquist
Scott Bloomquist led both nights of the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series at Lawrenceburg and Junction City. Bloomquist uses C&R Racing cooling systems.