Racing Results: 5/12/03

May 12, 2003

FIA FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX

Next Race: 5/18 Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg, Austria (71 Laps;307.146 KM
Race Distance; 4.326 KM Circuit Length; 7:30 a.m. ET; SPEED)

NASCAR WINSTON CUP
Next Race: 5/17 The Winston, Lowe's Motor Speedway, Concord, NC (1.5-Mi.
Quad-Oval; 7:00 p.m. ET; FX)

NASCAR BUSCH GRAND NATIONAL SERIES
5/10 Charter Pipeline 250, Gateway International Raceway, Madison, IL
(1.25-Mi. Oval; 200 Laps; 0.543-Sec. Victory Margin) With Mike Bliss running out of gas
with less than one lap to go, Scott Riggs in the #10 Nestle NesQuik/ppc Racing
Ford Taurus was there to capitalize on his misfortune. Along with Riggs,David Green in the #37 Timber Wolf Pontiac, Riggs' teammate Jason Kellerin the #57 Albertson's/ppc Racing Ford, Brian Vicker's #5 GMAC ChevroletMonte Carlo, and the #25 U.S. Marine Corps Ford of Bobby Hamilton, Jr. werethe top five finishers. Only 12 of the 40 starters finished on the lead lap.

Next Race: 5/18 Goulds Pumps ITT Industries 200, Nazareth Speedway,
Nazareth, PA (1:00 p.m. ET; FX)

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES
Next Race: 5/16 Hardee's 200, Lowe's Motor Speedway, Concord, NC
(1.5-Mi. Quad-Oval; 8:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)

NHRA POWERade CHAMPIONSHIP DRAG RACING
Next Race: 5/18 K&N Filters SuperNationals, Old Bridge Township Raceway
Park, Englishtown, NJ (7:00 p.m. ET; ESPN2)

O'REILLY WORLD OF OUTLAWS SERIES

5/10 Feature Race, Tri-City Speedway, Granite City, IL (.5-Mi.,Semi-Banked Oval)
POSTPONED TO 6/22 DUE TO HEAVY RAINS

Next Race: 5/17 Feature Race, Hagerstown Speedway, Hagerstown, MD
(.5-Mi., Semi-Banked Oval)

INDY RACING LEAGUE INDYCAR SERIES

Next Race: 5/25 Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway,Indianapolis, IN (2.5-Mi. Oval; 200 Laps; 11:00 a.m. ET; ABC)

CART FedEx CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

5/11 Euro Speedway, Lausitz, Germany (154 Laps; 0.084-Sec. Victory
Margin) Sebastian Bourdais, in the #2 Lilly/Newman-Haas Racing Ford
Cosworth-Lola, scored his second straight win of the season an his first ever on an
oval in a hard-fought victory of inches over Mario Dominguez's #55 Herdez Ford
Cosworth-Lola. Michel Jourdain Jr. in the #9 Gigante Ford-Cosworth made
it 1-2-3 for Lola Cars.

5/5 Brands Hatch, Kent, United Kingdom (1.192-Mi. Road Course; 165 Laps;

105.412 MPH Ave. Speed; 1:51.56.987 Race Time; 7.835-Secs. Victory
Margin) Just as Paul Tracy's streak came to an end, reiging European
F3000 champ & CART rookie Sebastien Bourdais took his first-ever Series win in the #2
Lilly/Newman-Haas Racing Ford Cosworth-Lola, with teammate Bruno
Junquiera's #1 PacificCare twin and Mario Dominguez's #55 Herdez Ford Cosworth-Lola
sharing the podium with Bourdais. Bourdais led 95 of 165 circuits around the 1.192-mile road course, andnow leads the Rookie of the Year competition.

Next Race: 5/31 Milwaukee Mile 250, The Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, WI
(1.032-Mi. Oval; 9:00 p.m. ET; SPEED Live)

AMERICAN LE MANS SERIES
Next Race: 6/29 The Atlanta Grand Prix, Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA
(2.54-mi. Road Course; CBS Sports)

TRANS-AM SERIES FOR THE BFGOODRICH CUP
Next Race: 5/18 Mosport International Raceway, Bowmanville, Ontario,
Canada (5/25 Delayed Broadcast; 2:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)

IHRA HOOTERS RACING SERIES
5/10 AC DELCO U.S. Open of Drag Racing, Cordova Dragway Park, Cordova,
IL EVENT COMPLETION POSTPONED TO 5/16 DUE TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS

Next Race: 6/1 MOPAR Canadian Nationals Presented by Castrol, Grand Bend

Motorplex, Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada (TV Coverage To Be Announced)

ASA AC DELCO CHALLENGE SERIES
Next Race: 5/18 Toledo Speedway, Toledo, OH (.5-mi. Oval; 9:00 p.m. ET;

SPEED Live)

ARCA RE/MAX SERIES
5/10 Channel 5-205, Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, KY (1.5-Mi. Paved Oval;
1:52:34 Race Time)
Winning for the second time in only his third ARCA RE/MAX Series outing,
Kyle
Busch led 91 of 137 laps in his immaculately-prepared
dietech.com/Hendrick
Motorsports Chevrolet over the #46 Advance Auto Parts-Pork Ford of Frank

Kimmel, Matt Hagans' #77 Eagle Creek Aviation/First Wing Management
Dodge, Shelby Howard's #64 Mack Trucks-Beck Dodge, and the #67 Damon RV-Biomet
Chevrolet of Jason Jarrett. Kyle averaged 109.535 MPH, relinquishing his
lead only twice to Kimmel from laps 1-14 and 49-80.

Next Race: 5/22 ADG ARCA 100 Presented by EasyCare, Lowe's Motor
Speedway, Concord, NC (1.5-Mi. Paved Oval; 9:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)

GRAND AMERICAN ROAD RACING ASSOCIATION
Next Race: 5/18 Barber 250 @ The Park, Barber Motorsports Park,
Birmingham,
AL (2.3-Mi., 16-Turn Permanent Road Course; 250-Mi. Race Distance;
Delayed
Broadcast 5/24; 1:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)

NHRA SUMMIT SPORT COMPACT DRAG RACING
Next Race: 5/18 Southeast NHRA Sport Compact Nationals, Gainesville
Raceway,
Gainesville, FL (TV Coverage To Be Announced)

NDRA NOPI RACE WARS
Next Race: 5/18 Bradenton Motorsports Park, Tampa, FL

IDRC IMPORT DRAG RACING CIRCUIT
Next Race: 5/25 East Coast Nationals, Maryland International Raceway,
Mechanicsville, MD

USAR HOOTERS PRO CUP
5/10 Naturally Fresh Foods 250 Presented by Jennie-O Turkey Store,
Concord
Motorsports Park, Concord, NC (1:48:49 Race Time; 107.484 MPH Ave.
Speed; O.320-Sec. Victory Margin)
22-year old Clay Rogers, in the #29 Fire Protection Services/Rumetco.com
Ford
Taurus, the first repeat winner at Concord Motorsports Speedway in the
seven
Hooters Pro Cup Series races held here since '98, led 219 of 251 laps
and
narrowly held off Mardy Lindley's #19 Hooters/Delta Faucets/Craftmade
Ford to
take his third career victory in the Series. Jason Sarvis' #22
blackstire.com
Chevrolet, Shane Huffman's #84 Jennie-O Turkey Store/Tip Top Poultry
Ford,
and Benny Gordon's #44 Baird Auto Transport/Johnny's Auto Sales Ford all
made
the top five finishers.

Next Race: 5/24 Holland International Speedway, Holland, NY (Delayed
Broadcast 5/29; 7:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)

WRC WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP
5/11 Rally of Argentina
Marcus Grönholm and Timo Rautiainen in the Marlboro/Peugeot WRC Evo 3
were
the unlikely winners, aided and abetted by Carlos Sainz's penalty which
relegated his Citroen Xsara T4 to second place by some 26+ seconds, and
Richard Burns' turbo failure in his
Peugeot WRC Evo 3, which left him 46.2 seconds behind at the finish and
third
place overall.

Next Race: 6/8 Acropolis Rally, Greece

TECATE SCORE DESERT SERIES
Next Race: 6/1 Tecate SCORE Baja 500, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
(TV
Coverage To Be Announced)

CHAMPIONSHIP OFF ROAD RACING EXXON SERIES
Next Race: 5/25 Dresser, WI

BEST IN THE DESERT RACING ASSOCIATION
Next Race: 6/29 TSCO "Vegas To Reno" Race, Las Vegas, NV (500-Mi.
Off-Road
Course; Television Coverage To Be Announced)

SNORE SOUTHERN NEVADA OFF ROAD ENTHUSIASTS
Next Race: 6/8 Dusty Times Caliente 250, Caliente, NV

BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP
5/4 Rounds 3 & 4, Brands Hatch, Kent, United Kingdom (1.2-Mi. Road
Course;
held as a 'support race' for the Champ Cars also making an appearance in

Great Britain; 35 Laps; 30:04.555 Race Time)
Matt Neal, in the #3 Honda Racing/Arenasport Honda Civic Type-R,
averaged
85.65 MPH to win his first BTCC event of the season, with a 1.271-second

victory margin over Yvan Muller in the Vauxhall Racing/Vauxhall Astra
Coupe.
Paul O'Neill in another factory Vauxhall completed the podium finishers.

The second race saw Muller lead teammates James Thompson and Paul
O'Neill to
a 1-2-3 finish for Vauxhall, covering the 35 laps in 31:32.608, at a
speed of
81.67 MPH. Muller completed the race in just 31:32. 608 minutes, 4.929
seconds ahead of Muller, and 5.167 seconds in front of O'Neill.

Next Race: 5/26 Rounds 5 &6, Thruxton

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