Racing Results: 6/9/2003

June 9, 2003

FIA FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX

Next Race: 6/15 Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada (70 Laps; 4.361 KM
Circuit Length; 305.270 KM Race Distance; 7:30 a.m. ET; SPEED)
NASCAR WINSTON CUP

6/8 Pocono 500, Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (2.5-Mi. Tri-Oval; 200 Laps) Tony Stewart, in Joe Gibbs' #20 Home Depot Chevrolet Monte Carlo, won his
first race at Pocono, his first Cup race of the season and the first since last
August at Watkins Glen for the defending Winston Cup champion. Stewart took the
lead for good with 11 to go, but with only eight laps remaining, Kurt Busch
blew a tire to bring out the caution flag. Stewart led Mark Martin in the #6
Viagra/Pfizer Roush Racing Ford Taurus when the green flag resumed racing with
three laps left, and then beat him back to the line by five car lengths after
Terry Labonte spun out Jeff Green to end the race under caution. Points leader
Matt Kenseth's #17 DeWalt Tools/Roush Racing Ford finished third, with Dale
Earnhardt, Jr.'s #8 Budweiser/DEI Chevrolet fourth, and Ryan Newman's #12
AllTel/Penske Racing South Dodge fifth.

Next Race: 6/15 Sirius Satellite Radio 400, Michigan International Speedway,
Brooklyn, MI (2.0-Mi. Oval;12:30 p.m. ET; FOX)
NASCAR BUSCH GRAND NATIONAL SERIES

6/7 Trace Adkins Chrome 300, Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, TN (1.333-MI.
Tri-Oval; 225 Laps; 118.5547 MPH Ave. Speed)
Scott Riggs' #10 Nestle NesQuik/ppc Racing Ford Taurus took the win in a
four-lap shootout with David Green in the #37 Timber Wolf Pontiac by a margin of
0.53 seconds.
Rookie David Stremme in the #1 Yellow Transportation Dodge was third, with
Randy LaJoie's #21 Kleenex Chevrolet and Bobby Hamilton, Jr.'s #25 U.S. Marine
Corps Ford rounding out the top five. Riggs now leads Green by 18 points in the
drivers standings.

Next Race: 6/14 Meijer 300, Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, KY (1.5-Mi. Tri-Oval;
7:30 p.m. ET; FX)
NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES

6/6 O'Reilly 400K, Texas Motor Speedway, Ft. Worth, TX (1.5 -Mi. Quad-Oval;
167 Laps)
With five laps to go, Brendan Gaughan in the #62 Orleans Hotel Dodge kept
Roush Racing teammates Carl Edwards and Jon Wood in the #99 and #50 Fords
respectively, at bay.
Travis Kvapil's #16 IWX Motor Freight Chevrolet was fourth, and Dennis
Setzer's #46 Acxiom/Computer Associates Chevrolet finished fifth.

Next Race: 6/21 O'Reilly 200, Memphis Motorsports Park, Millington,
TN(.75-Mi. Oval; 9:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
NHRA POWERade CHAMPIONSHIP DRAG RACING

Next Race: 6/15 Pontiac Excitement Nationals Presented by Summit Racing,
National Trail Raceway, Hebron, OH (4:00 p.m. ET; ESPN2)
O'REILLY WORLD OF OUTLAWS SERIES

Next Race: 6/14 Duel in the Dakotas, Red River Valley Speedway, W. Fargo, ND
INDY RACING LEAGUE INDYCAR SERIES

6/7 Bombardier 500, Texas Motor Speedway, Ft. Worth, TX (1.5-Mi. Oval; 200
Laps; 300 Miles; 168.2130 MPH Ave. Speed)
Showing he still has what it takes to win, Al Unser, Jr. in the #31
Corteco/Kelley Racing Dallara-Toyota won by 0.0810 second over Tony Kaanan's #11
7-Eleven/Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda, the current points leader by 26 over
Unser, who now leads Helio Castroneves by two points. Tora Takagi in the #12
Pioneer Mo Nunn Racing G Force-Toyota finished third, with Kenny Brack's #15
Miller Lite/Pioneer Team Rahal Dallara-Honda entry and Bryan Herta in the #27
Archipelago/Motorola Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda fourth and fifth.

Next Race: 6/15 Honda Indy 225, Pikes Peak International Raceway, Colorado
Springs, CO(1.0-Mi. Oval; 225 Mi. Race Distance; 225 Laps; 4:00 p.m. ET; ABC)
CART FedEx CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

Next Race: 6/15 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, CA (2:30 p.m. ET; CBS
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: 6/22 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, CA (6/27 Delayed Broadcast --9:00
p.m. ET; SPEED)
IHRA HOOTERS RACING SERIES

6/8 ACDelco Nationals, Virginia Motorsports Park, Richmond, VA Top Fuel: To no one's surprise, defending IHRA champ Clay Millican in the
Werner Enterprises dragster defeated John Smith's Prestone dragster, 4.668
seconds at 311.85 MPH to Smith's losing 5.181, 252.66.
Pro Mod: It was brother to brother, as Mitch Stott's Radiac Abrasives '63
Corvette downed Quain Stott's similiar Lee Boy Paving machine, 6.211, 226.51, to
Quain's faster but losing 6.246, 229.20. Quain held a slight advantage off the
line, but Mitch made up the difference by the 60-ft. marker to win by
approximately 9 feet.
Funny Car: Rob Atchison's Pontiac Firebird ran a 5.885, 240.21 to upset Von
Smith's
Dodge Avenger, who left first and led until his engine expired at half-track,
still running a 6.264, 179.83 in the process.
Pro Stock: Although Elijah Morton's Carolina South Ford Mustang got to the
finals on the strength three consecutive holeshots, Carl Baker in the Summit
Racing Mercury Cougar wasn't about to be the fourth 'victim'. Baker "tree'd" his
opponent, running a 6.565, 211.26 to beat Morton's 6.603, 210.18 and take the
event win.

Next Race: 6/29 Rocky Mountain Nationals, Budweiser Motorsports Park,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
ASA AC DELCO CHALLENGE SERIES

Next Race: 6/14 Missouri 250 Presented by Jani-King, I-70 Speedway, Odessa,
MO (10:00 p.m. ET; SPEED Live)
ARCA RE/MAX SERIES

6/7 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (2.5-Mi. Tri-Oval; POSTPONED TO FRI., JULY
25TH DUE TO RAIN)

Next Race: 6/14 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, MI (2.0-Mi. Oval;
Delayed Broadcast; 8:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
GRAND AMERICAN ROLEX SPORTS CAR SERIES

6/8 Grand American 400, California Speedway, Fontana, CA
Brumos Racing's #58 Red Bull Porsche Daytona Prototype, with drivers David
Donohue and Mike Borkowski, finally led and won a Rolex Sports Car Series race,
outdistancing teammate J.C. France in the #59 Brumos Racing Porsche Daytona
Prototype by 33 seconds. Tommy Riggins and co-driver Dave Machavern, in the #48
Heritage Motorsports Ford Mustang, moved into third overall and first in the
GTS class. The GT class win went to the new #33 Ferrari 360GT of Ferrari of
Washington's Cort Wagner and Brent Martini, who also retook the class points
lead.

Next Race: 6/22 Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen, Watkins Glen International,
Watkins Glen, NY (6-Hr. Timed Event; Delayed Broadcast; 2:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
NHRA SUMMIT SPORT COMPACT DRAG RACING

6/8 BFGoodrich Tires Sport Compact Nationals Presented by Smirnoff Ice, Atco
Raceway, Atco, NJ (TV Coverage To Be Announced)
RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE

Next Race: 7/26 GM Performance NHRA Sport Compact Nationals, The Strip at Las
Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, NV (TV Coverage To Be Announced)
NDRA NOPI THE FAST & THE FURIOUS RACING SERIES

Next Race: 6/14 Silver Dollar Raceway, Reynolds, GA
IDRC IMPORT DRAG RACING CIRCUIT

Next Race: 6/29 Sport Compact Challenge, Bandimere Speedway, Denver, CO
USAR HOOTERS PRO CUP

6/7 Naturally Fresh Foods 250 Presented by Astral Carrier, Inc., Winchester
Speedway, Winchester, IN (250 Laps; 0.443-Second Victory Margin; Delayed
Broadcast 6/13; 11:00 a.m. ET; SPEED)

This week it was Hal Goodson in the #50 Lynch Motorsports Dodge Intrepid
winning from the pole, with Scott Baker's #11 Tallmadge Asphalt/Paving Chevrolet
Monte Carlo the only two on the lead lap. Two laps down, John Gaunt in the #25
Centennial Chrysler/Sikkens/Pepsi Dodge was third, followed three laps behind
him the 4th and 5th place cars of Jeff Agnew (#73 NGA/Hooters Golf Tour
Chevrolet) and Roger Blackstock (#1 Falken Berg Honey/Michigan Fan Club/Avon Welding
Dodge). With eight caution flags, two of which were red, one for 12 minutes
and the other for 20, brought 65 laps in total under caution. This contributed
to both the 2:36:33 race time and the 104.265 MPH average speed. Goodson led
83 laps, the most by a single driver.

Next Race: 6/14 Myrtle Beach Speedway, Myrtle Beach, SC (Delayed Broadcast
6/19; 7:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
WRC WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

6/8 Acropolis Rally, Greece (4:53:40.5 Race Time; 1443.80 KM Race Distance;
26 out of 31 Finishers)

Markko Martin and co-driver Michael Park scored their first WRC Championship
win, along with Ford’s first victory with the new Focus RS WRC 03 introduced
in April. The Ford finished with a 46-second lead over Carlos Sainz in the
Citroen, who took second after a fight to the finish with Petter Solberg’s Subaru
Impreza WRC 2003. Fourth was Peugeot’s Richard Burns, who extended his lead in
the drivers championship, while Peugeot’s lead in the manufacturers standings
was cut to 11 points over Citroen.

Next Race: 6/19 Cyprus Rally, Limassol, Cyprus
TECATE SCORE DESERT SERIES

Next Race: 7/13 Hendersons Terrible 250, Henderson, NV (TV Coverage To Be
Announced)

6/1 Tecate SCORE Baja 500, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico (TV Coverage To
Be Announced)
Pro Trophy Truck (PTT): Mark Miller #81 (16th place overall) Class 1 Pro/Unlimited Vehicles: Troy Herbst #100 (2nd place overall) Pro Trucks (PT): Alan Pflueger (25th place overall) Class 3 Pro/4X4 Utility Vehicles 108" or shorter wheelbase: Cancino E.
Alejandro
Class 5 Pro/Unltd. Baja Bugs: Joe Heger #501
Class 7 Pro/Mini or Mid-Sized Pickups: Hector Salazar #704
Class 7S Pros/Stock Mini or Mid-Sized Pickups: No finishers Class 7SX: Dan Fresh, #720 Class 8 Pro/2WD Utility Vehicles: Nick Vanderwey #800
CHAMPIONSHIP OFF ROAD RACING EXXON SERIES

6/8 Rounds 3 & 4, Langlade County Fairgrounds, Antigo, Wisconsin RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE

Next Race: 6/22 Crandon, 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

6/8 Dusty Times Caliente 250, Caliente, NV
RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE

Next Race: 7/28 KC Hi-Lites Midnight Special, Boulder City, NV
BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP

6/8 Rounds 7 & 8, Silverstone
James Thompson, driving a VX Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe, took the Round 7
win, besting his teammate Yvan Muller by 1.925 seconds. Thompson averaged 88.26
MPH, finishing in 38:15:108.

In Round 8, VX Racing's Yvan Muller, in his Vauxhall Astra Coupe, returned
the favor by defeating Thompson, the second 1-2 finish for VX Racing in as many
days. Muller's 38.03.211 race time was 2.624-seconds faster than Thompson,
averaging 88.72 MPH.

Next Race: 6/21-22 Rounds 13 & 14, Rockingham

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