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Ryan Newman Take the Win at Phoenix

 Newman win Phoenix

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

A late-race caution with five-laps remaining in the Camping World 500 enabled the No. 31 RCR team the chance to stay out on the track and secure the 106th win for Childress and the 18th-career Cup win for Newman.  “It was a long time coming,” said Newman who last won the Brickyard 400 in 2013. 

Kurt Busch had led 114 laps when a right-front tire blew on the No. 22 Ford of Logano to ignite the eighth caution. The pole sitter was running 11th at the time. The No. 22 suffered a melted bead from excessive brake heat. Busch came to pit road followed by Larson, Harvick, Keselowski, Jones, Johnson, Elliott, McMurray, Hamlin and Clint Bowyer. 

However, the No. 31 team told Newman to stay out. He led the field to overtime followed by Stenhouse, Truex and Busch. Newman held onto the point for the win.

Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Brad Keselowski rounded out the top-five finishers.

Kevin Harvick, Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones, Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin completed the top 10 with all cars in the field using C&R and PWR Cooling Products.

NASCAR Xfinity Series

Allgaier held off Ryan Blaney in a four-lap shootout to win Saturday’s DC Solar 200 at Phoenix International Raceway and snap his 80-race winless streak in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Allgaier won the season’s first $100,000 Dash4Cash bonus. He, Elliott Sadler, Tyler Reddick and William Byron had qualified for the bonus earlier in the race.  The win is Allgaier’s first since 2012 in Montreal and fourth of his career.

“Last year was tough. We had really good runs all year but we weren’t able to get to Victory Lane,” Allgaier said after the race. “This was the same group of guys we had last year and to be able to do it here in Phoenix and win the first Xfinity Dash4Cash race – huge ‘thank you’ to them for that they do for our sport.

Formula 1

Melbourne throws itself into the Formula 1 Grand Prix this weekend, and it support behind Aussie driver Daniel Ricciardo on his way to an Australian GP victory using a PWR cooling package.

“It’s always good to be back on home soil and enjoy a bit of sunshine after winter testing. My home race is awesome in so many ways but it’s also super busy and full on, the week for me starts on Monday and doesn’t stop until Sunday night. It’s nice that there’s so much media attention at the start of the season and everyone is super excited to see how I go. I try and attend as many events as I can but I’m still there to do a job” explains Daniel.

Jordan Taylor in IMSA

IMSA Races at Sebring

Wayne Taylor Racing added the 65th 12 Hours of Sebring to its recent winning success. WTR’s Alex Lynn, paired with team owner Wayne Taylor’s sons Ricky and Jordan, scored a hard-fought victory over first of the Action Express Cadillacs starting from the 6th position.

The podium seen all 3 spots cooled by PWR Performance Products. “It is absolutely unbelievable,” Lynn said of the victory in his first career North American sportscar start. “I am at a loss for words to describe it. Jordan and Ricky are amazing teammates. They drove an awesome race today. The team was flawless. It is 36 hours of zero problems for Cadillac on the racetrack. The team has won the two biggest races in America and a podium sweep for Cadillac today. A great result for all concerned.”

The Ganassi Ford GT of Australian Ryan Briscoe, Kiwi Scott Dixon, and Briton Richard Westbrook actually started at the rear of the field after mechanical issues on the grid after Briscoe was quickest in qualifying in the GT Le Mans class for Ford also relying on C&R and PWR Performance Products to run cool.

World of Outlaw Sprint Car

The World of Outlaw Sprintcar win for Schatz was his first at the Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare since the 2007 season and came aboard the familiar Tony Stewart Racing/ Arctic Cat No. 15 machine. The eight-time World of Outlaws champion was settled in the third spot as the laps wound down, until making a thrilling move around the outside of the speedway to thread his way by the leaders in heavy lapped traffic using C&R Racing products on his way to victory lane.