Racing Results: 6/30/2003

June 30, 2003

FIA FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX

6/29 Grand Prix of Europe, Nürburgring, Germany (60 Laps; 1:34:43.622 Race
Time)
A Schumacher won, but this time it was Ralf, followed 16.821 seconds later by
the second Williams-BMW of Juan Pablo Montoya, then Ferrari's Rubens
Barrichello. Points leader Michael Schumacher finished 5th after an on-track incident
with Montoya earlier in the race which left him stranded momentarily until
corner marshals could push him clear. Kimi Räikkönen, in the McLaren-Mercedes,
retired after only 25 laps with a blown engine, and scored no points for his
last place finish. Williams-BMW is now second in the points standings, knocking
McLaren-Mercedes to third. Next Race: 7/6 French Grand Prix, Circuit de Nevers
Magny-Cours, Magny-Cours, France (2.65-Mi. Course; 7:30 a.m. ET; SPEED)
NASCAR WINSTON CUP

Next Race: 7/5 Pepsi 400, Daytona International Raceway, Daytona Beach, FL
(2.5-Mi. Tri-Oval; 7:00 p.m. ET; NBC)
NASCAR BUSCH GRAND NATIONAL SERIES

6/29 GNC 250, The Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, WI (1.0-Mi. Oval; 250 Laps)
Jason Keller, in the #57 Albertsons/ppc Racing Ford Taurus stalked the leaders
all day, finally passing his teammate, Scott Riggs, with only 20 laps to go as
Riggs faded and finished seventh after leading the most laps. Brian Vickers, in
the #5 GMAC Chevrolet, hung on to finish second, with David Stremme in the #1
Miccosukee Gaming & Resorts Dodge third. Ron Hornaday's #2 ACDelco Chevrolet
finished fourth, followed by David Reutimann in the #87 Hills Bros. Coffee
machine in fifth. Next Race: 7/4 NASCAR Busch Series 250, Daytona International
Raceway, Daytona Beach, FL (2.5-Mi. Tri-Oval; 8:00 p.m. ET; TNT)
NASCAR CRAFTSMAN TRUCK SERIES

6/28 GNC Live Well 200, The Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, WI (1.0-Mi. Oval; 200
Laps; 109.671 MPH Ave. Speed) After nearly losing control of his #62 The
Orleans Hotel Dodge on the next to last lap to the hard charging #2 ASE/CarQuest
Dodge of Jason Leffler, Brendan Gaughan survived to become the ninth different
winner in nine Craftsman Truck Series races held at The Milwaukee Mile. Rick
Crawford's #14 Circle Bar Motel/RV Park Ford finished third behind Leffler,
with Ted Musgrave's # 1 Mopar Performance/Ultra Motorsports Dodge fourth, and
Dennis Setzer in the #16 Acxiom/Computer Associates Chevrolet fifth. Next Race:
7/5 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS (1.5-Mi.
Tri-Oval; 2:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
NHRA POWERade CHAMPIONSHIP DRAG RACING

6/29 Sears Craftsman Nationals, Gateway International Raceway, Madison, IL --
Top Fuel: Doug Kalitta, in the Mac Tools/Kalitta Motorsports Dragster, ran a
4.602 sec. Elapsed Time at 312.35 MPH, to win his 14th career NHRA event
title, defeating first-time finalist Scott Weis' Race Girl/Weis Guys Dragster, who
ran a losing 4.805, 298.27. Funny Car: Just when you thought things were
turning around for nine-time NHRA Funny Car Champion John Force, 16th qualifier Del
Worsham in the Checker-Shuck's-Kragen Pontiac Firebird takes out Force in the
finals with a 4.884, 313.00 to 4.936, 314.09 for Force's Castrol GTX High
Mileage/John Force Racing Ford Mustang. Maybe the Mustang has a few too many laps
on it and needs the High Mileage formula. Pro Stock: Regaining his crew of
old and his winning ways in the process, Ron Krisher's Valvoline Chevrolet
Cavalier did it on a holeshot, dispatching Allen Johnson's Mopar Performance Parts
Dodge Neon, 6.843, 201.64, to 6.840, 201.75. Next Race: 7/20 Mopar Mile-High
Nationals, Bandimere Speedway, Morrison, CO (6:00 p.m. ET; ESPN2)
O'REILLY WORLD OF OUTLAWS SERIES

6/28 Nationals Feature Race, Eagle Raceway, Eagle, NE (1/3-Mi. High-Banked
Oval; 40 Laps) Steve Kinser has a special relationship with action hero The
Hulk, going 2-for-2 with the green behemoth on the hood of his #11 Quaker State
Maxim, and leading all 40 laps of this race. Kinser is now only 13 points behind
Danny "The Dude" Lasoski in the drivers championship. Joey Saldana finished
second, Lasoski was third, Steve's son, Kraig Kinser was fourth, and Mark
Kinser fifth. No word on whether Steve Kinser will have The Hulk riding with him
next week. Next Race: 7/5 NAPA Classic Feature Race, Knoxville Raceway,
Knoxville, IA (1/2-Mi., Semi-Banked Oval)
INDY RACING LEAGUE INDYCAR SERIES

6/28 SunTrust Indy Challenge, Richmond International Raceway, (Race Called --
Lap 206 of 250 Laps; 106.7980 MPH Ave. Speed; 5.0350-Secs. Victory Margin)
Scott Dixon's #9 Target/Chip Ganassi Racing Panoz G Force/Toyota dominated the
race, leading every lap until the race was called due to heavy rains. The
victory also marked Toyota's sixth win in seven IRL races, as Marlboro Team
Penske's Helio Castroneves (#3) and Gil deFerran (#6) finished 2-3, with #4
Pennzoil/Panther Racing's Sam Hornish, Jr. marking his and Chevrolet's season-best
fourth place finish, and Tony Kanaan's #11 7-Eleven/Andretti Team Green
Dallara/Honda in fifth. Next Race: 7/6 Kansas 300, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS
(1.5-Mi. Tri-Oval; 1:00p.m. ET; ABC)
CART CHAMP CAR WORLD SERIES

Next Race: 7/5 U.S. Bank Presents the Cleveland Grand Prix, Burke Lakefront
Airport, Cleveland, OH (7/6 Delayed Broadcast; 3:30 p.m. ET; CBS)
AMERICAN LE MANS SERIES

6/29 The Chevy Grand Prix of Atlanta, Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA (2.54-mi.
Road Course; 128 Laps; 2:45:30.731 Timed Event; 30.407 Secs. Victory Margin)
ADT Champion Racing's lead Audi R8, piloted by J.J. Lehto and Johnny Herbert,
took the lead early with a move around James Weaver's Dyson Racing Lola-MG, and
never relinquished it to post its first-ever ALMS series victory. The Champion
Audi R8 finished first overall, and first in the LMP 900 class. In LMP 675,
the Intersport Racing Lola-MG of Jon Field and Duncan Dayton upset the
heavily-favored Dyson Racing machines, and in GTS, it was the Corvette Racing C5-R of
Kelly Collins and Oliver Gavin beating the Prodrive Ferrari Maranello of Tomas
Enge and Peter Kox to win. GTclass winner Jorg Bergmeister and Timo Berhard
won the GT class in their Alex Job Racing Porsche 911 GT3 RS, beating teammates
Sascha Maassen and Lucas Luhr. Next Race: 7/27 Infineon Grand Prix of Sonoma
Presented by the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa, Infineon (Sears Point
International) Raceway, Sears Point, CA (4:00 P.m. ET; NBC Live)
TRANS-AM SERIES FOR THE BFGOODRICH CUP

Next Race: 7/4 Cleveland Grand Prix, Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland, OH
(7/6 Delayed Broadcast; 3:30 p.m. ET; SPEED)
IHRA HOOTERS RACING SERIES

6/29 Rocky Mountain Nationals Presented by GM Goodwrench Service, Budweiser
Motorsports Park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada -- Top Fuel: Bruce Litton's Lucas
Oil Dragster squared off with Clay Millican's Octane Boost/Werner Enterprises
Dragster, with Litton getting the win light with a 4.917, 299.30, to 4.877,
283.69, as Clay was caught sleeping, losing by .0727 seconds. Pro Modified: In an
all-Corvette final, Quain Stott's '63 beat Rick Distefano's '53, 6.352,
226.92, to 6.400, 214.95. Distefano led to the 1,000 foot mark until his engine
began smoking, allowing Stott to drive by for the win. Funny Car: Mark Thomas'
Ethanol Performs Dodge Avenger outran Rob Atchison's Pontiac Firebird with a
5.919, 240,00, to 6.008, 237.90, when Atchison's car got out of the groove and
failed to find it again. Pro Stock: Jason Collins' Virginia College Mercury
Cougar defeated Rick Jones' Quarter Max Dodge Neon, 6.720, 207.08, to 6.760,
207.80. Jones' Neon was all over the track early in the run, and never got it
sorted out until it was too late. Next Race: 7/13 Motor City Nationals, Milan
Dragway, Milan, MI
ASA AC DELCO CHALLENGE SERIES

6/28 The Club 200 Presented by BFGoodrich Tires, Indianapolis Raceway Park,
Clermont, IN (.686-Mi. Asphalt Oval; 200 Laps; 1:40:04.902 Race Time; 82.253
MPH Ave. Speed)
Pete Cozzolino's #44 A&A Manufacturing/McDonald's Chevrolet led the final 54
laps to win his first-ever ASA race. At the checkers, it was Cozzolino by
0.197 seconds over Mike Garvey's #17 Jani-King entry, with Butch Miller in the #52
Timberwolf Chevrolet, Boris Jurkovic's #66 Phil Hines Racing Chevrolet and
rookie points leader Reed Sorenson's #29 ACDelco Chevrolet in fifth. Next Race:
7/18 Madison Interantional Speedway, Oregon, WI (.50-Mi. Semi-Banked Oval;
9:00 p.m. ET: SPEED Live)
ARCA RE/MAX SERIES

Next Race: 7/2 South Boston Speedway, S. Boston, VA (0.4-Mi. Paved Oval; 7/13
Delayed Broadcast; 4:00 p.m. ET; Outdoor Channel)
GRAND AMERICAN ROLEX SPORTS CAR SERIES

6/29 Mid-Ohio Road Racing Classic, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Classic, Lexington, OH
(102 Laps) Bell Motorsports' #54 Chevrolet Doran JE4 Daytona Prototype,
driven by Terry Borcheller and Forest Barber, won the race after full course
cautions allowed them to regain their position on the lead lap, and eventually move
into the lead. This was the team's second win of the season, which came at the
expense of the GardenIron.com #29 Ford Mustang of Eric Curran, who held the
overall lead for more than 50 laps, only to have the engine let go on lap 79.
David Donohue in the #58 Red Bull/Porsche Daytona Prototype, passed teammate
Hurley Haywood in the #59 Brumos Racing/Porsche to place second overall and
second in the Daytona Prototype class. Third overall and first in the GTS class
was Tommy Riggins' #48 Heritage Motorsports Ford Mustang. In the GT class, Larry
Schumacher and B.J. Zacharias piloted the #98 Schumacher Racing Porsche GT3
RS to victory over the #69 Marcus Motorsports BMW M3. Next Race: 7/3 Paul
Revere 250, Daytona International Raceway, Daytona Beach, FL (2.5-Mi. Tri-Oval;
Delayed Broadcast; 2:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
NHRA SUMMIT SPORT COMPACT DRAG RACING

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: 7/12-13 NOPI Southeast Mini Truckin' & Compact Nationals, Bristol
Dragway, Bristol, TN

6/21 Maryland International Raceway, Mechanicsville, MD --Pro Compact: Ara
Arslanian's Streetglow Toyota Solara downed Abel Ibarra's K&N Filters Mazda
RX-7, 6.960, 201.670, to 8.640, 116.190. Pro Outlaw RWD: Brent Rau's Osofast
Racing Mitsubishi Eclipse ran 7,840, 173.900, defeating a redlighting Carlos
Montano in the "Pepe Loco" Rotary-powered Datsun 1200. Pro Outlaw FWD: Chris Rado's
World Electronics/Kicker Toyota Celica registered an 8.500, 178.780, but any
timeslip would've sufficed with Steven Thompson redlighting any chance of
winning away. Pro 4-Cylinder: Joe Demaree, who took out the Castrol GTX/Tactics
Racing Acura Integra of Jojo Callos, unfortunately broke in the finals, handing
the win to Gary Gardella, who still ran a 8.960, 164.970. Pro Stock: Erick
Aguilar's all motor Honda Civic did it again, with a time of 10.020, 133.950, to
Cloyse Holland's game but losing 10.570, 126.40. Street Tire: Paul Efantis'
Toyota Supra continued its winning ways with an 8.60, 168.030 to a losing 11.570,
129.480 for Val Thakore.
IDRC IMPORT DRAG RACING CIRCUIT

6/29 Coys' Import & Sport Compact Challenge, Bandimere Speedway, Denver, CO
-- RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE.

Next Race: 7/6 Summer Slam Nationals, Old Bridge Township Raceway Park,
Englishtown, NJ
USAR HOOTERS PRO CUP

6/29 Bryant Heating & Cooling 250 Presented by Capital Ford of Goldsboro,
Southern National Speedway, Kenly, NC (Rain Delayed from 6/28; 250 Laps; 1:22:00
Race Time; 89.485 MPH Ave. Speed) Polesitter (15.622sec.-92.178 MPH) Jason
Sarvis' #22 Blacks Tire/Priority Home Care Chevrolet Monte Carlo led 182 of the
250-lap race, speeding to a 1.38-second victory margin over Mardy Lindley in
the #15 Hooters/Delta Faucets/Craftmade Ford Taurus. Shane Huffman's #84
Jennie-O Turkey Store/Tip Top Poultry Ford was third, followed by Steve Christian in
the #2 Lucas Oil Products/Blacks Tire Chevrolet, and rookie Danny O'Quinn,
Jr.'s #O2 Homesteader Trailers Chevrolet rounding out the top five. Next Race:
7/4 Kil-Kare Speedway, Xenia, OH (7/10 Delayed Broadcast; 7:00 p.m. ET; SPEED)
WRC WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

Next Race: 7/27 ADAC Rallye Deutschland, Baumholder Military Ranges, Trier,
Germany
TECATE SCORE DESERT SERIES

Next Race: 7/13 Hendersons Terrible 250, Henderson, NV (TV Coverage To Be
Announced)
CHAMPIONSHIP OFF ROAD RACING EXXON SERIES

Next Race: 7/12-13 BOSS Snowplow Off Road Challenge, Bark River Off Road
Raceway, Bark River, MI (1.5-Mi. Course)

6/22 Crandon International Off Road Raceway, Crandon, WI -- RESULTS NOT
AVAILABLE.
BEST IN THE DESERT RACING ASSOCIATION

6/29 TSCO "Vegas To Reno" Race, Las Vegas, NV (500-Mi. Off-Road Course;
Television Coverage To Be Announced) -- RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE.
SNORE SOUTHERN NEVADA OFF ROAD ENTHUSIASTS

Next Race: 7/28 KC Hi-Lites Midnight Special, Barstow, CA
BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP

Next Race: 7/12-13 Rounds 11 & 12, Croft

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