GRAND-AM Road Racing Montreal 200
Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas had their second win of the season in the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series’ Montreal 200, clinching the Ganassi operation’s 150th win in all forms of major motorsports.
Pruett, who drove the anchor leg, led the final 37 of 66 laps in the two-hour race in the No. 01 TELMEX BMW/Riley. Pruett slipped by Ryan Dalziel’s No. 8 Starworks Motorsport Ford/Riley for the lead just past the halfway mark, and then kept the advantage after the final series of pit stops several minutes later.
GRAND-AM Road Racing Continental Tire 200, Watkins Glen International
Ryan Dalziel held off teammate Sebastien Bourdias to give Starworks Motorsports its second consecutive Rolex Series victory in Satruday evening’s Continental Tire 200 pesented by Dunn Tire.
GRAND-AM Road Racing
Next race: Continental Tire 200, Watkins Glen International, August 10-11
American Le Mans Series Mid Ohio Sports Car Challenge
Muscle Milk’s Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr won the American Le Mans Series race Saturday at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Dyson Racing’s Chris Dyson and Guy Smith finished second, a lap back in a Lola Mazda.
The winner of the GT class was the Corvette driven by Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner.
MotoGP Grand Premio d’Italia, Mugello
Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo scored a dominant victory ahead of Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda) and Andrea Dovizioso (Monster Yamaha Tech3) this weekend at Mugello.
MotoGP German Grand Prix, Sachsenring
It was an incredibly dramatic last lap in Germany Sunday with Dani Pedrosa taking his first victory of the season in front of Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso.
Pedrosa got the best start as he led into turn one ahead of teammate Casey Stoner and the Yamaha Factory Racing duo of Ben Spies and Jorge Lorenzo. The grid was tightly bunched early on, with Stoner soon passing his teammate for the lead.
AMA Pro Racing Triumph SuperBike Classic, Barber Motorsports Park
Two-time defending AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike king Josh Hayes registered the 25th victory of his SuperBike career at Barber Motorsports Park Sunday.
MotoGP British Grand Prix, Silverstone
Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo wins again!
At the beginning of the race Yamaha’s Ben Spies took the holeshot ahead of Repsol Honda Team’s Stoner and San Carlo Honda Gresini’s pole-sitter Álvaro Bautista. Spies made a tremendous start leading the early stages from Stoner, Bautista and Ducati Team’s Nicky Hayden.