Monthly Archives: July 2011

Pole Report: Austin Dillon wins pole for AAA Insurance 200

Source: http://www.skirtsandscuffs.com/2011/07/pole-report-austin-dillon-wins-pole-for.html Bob Gerard Timo Glock Jean Marc Gounon Nick Heidfeld Gene Hartley

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Di Resta relieved to end point-less run

Paul di Resta admits that ending his eight-race point-less streak with seventh place in the Hungarian Grand Prix has relieved the pressure that was building on him. The Force India driver prevailed in a tight midfield battle with the Toro … Continue reading

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Loeb secures Finland victory

Sebastien Loeb has clinched the second Rally Finland victory of his career and stretched his points lead with a superb drive on the 2011 event. The world champion spent the whole weekend battling with his Citroen team-mate Sebastien Ogier and … Continue reading

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Hungary Saturday quotes: Pirelli

Paul Hembery: “This qualifying session was one of the most tense of the season, with the final outcome hanging in the balance until the closing seconds. It’s interesting to note that Lewis Hamilton has saved himself a set of supersoft … Continue reading

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Concrete Carl Edwards Grabs Another Nashville Win

By Brian Citino Special to Sporting News NASCAR Wire Service LEBANON, Tenn. (July 23, 2011) ? Carl Edwards did not let a penalty for speeding on pit road slow him down Saturday night, as he regained position quickly and dominated … Continue reading

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Loeb leads into closing stages

Sebastien Loeb holds a 12.5-second advantage going into the final three stages of Rally Finland after maintaining his lead through the first part of the final afternoon. The world champion made a break from rivals Sebastien Ogier and Jari-Matti Latvala … Continue reading

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Webber: No knee-jerk reaction

Mark Webber says Red Bull will not be forced into a knee-jerk reaction following its defeat by McLaren and Ferrari at last weekend’s German Grand Prix. Drivers Webber and Sebastian Vettel, who have dominated the season so far, could only … Continue reading

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