Will Power finally won his first IndyCar crown on Saturday night thanks to a ninth-place finish at Fontana. His team-mate and chief rival Helio Castroneves had started on pole but slipped back to 14th, handing Power a comfortable title win. Tony Kanaan took the race victory from Ganassi team-mate Scott Dixon and Ed Carpenter.
MotoGP champion-elect Marc Marquez resumed winning ways in yesterday's British Grand Prix, overcoming Jorge Lorenzo in a fierce fight at Silverstone. Valentino Rossi completed the podium, while Scott Redding was the top Brit in 10th.
Kasey Kahne took NASCAR Sprint Cup victory in Atlanta to secure a spot in this year's Chase, grabbing the lead after a late caution period. Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin completed the podium. In the supporting Nationwide Series Chase Elliott extended his points advantage with a fifth-place finish, while Sprint Cup ace Kevin Harvick took the race win.
Daniel Serra and Ricardo Mauricio both took their first Stock Car Brasil wins of 2014 at the Curitiba double-header. The championship battle remains extremely tight, with Attila Abreu heading former F1 star Rubens Barrichello by six points, and a further half-dozen drivers in striking distance behind them.
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The sparse British F3 grid pitched up at Brands Hatch for its penultimate event of the season. American teenager Santino Ferrucci made a one-off appearance in the series and duly took two wins, the third going to championship leader Martin Cao. It was a good weekend for the Chinese racer, who finished second to Ferrucci in the other two races to extend his points advantage over Matt Rao.
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Nick Tandy and David Ashburn made a winning return to the British GT championship at Brands Hatch where the Trackspeed duo benefitted from a late puncture for team-mate Phil Keen to secure victory. Marco Attard still heads the standings after finishing fourth with team-mate Alexander Sims, though Ahmad Al Harthy and Michael Caine made up some ground thanks to their second-place finish.
READ MORE: Bittersweet for Trackspeed