• Stenhouse Jr. races to 4th Nationwide win: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. used a late push from runner-up Brad Keselowski to pass Kevin Harvick and win the Nationwide race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. After a restart with three laps to go, Harvick lost the lead on the final lap as his car got loose coming out of Turn 2 and, Stenhouse, who was bumped by Keselowski on the front straightaway, went ahead for good in Turn 3. Stenhouse, the defending series champion, raced to his fourth Nationwide victory of the season, and moved within 12 points of leader Elliott Sadler.
• Massey wins NHRA Traxxas Nitro Shootout: Top Fuel driver Spencer Massey led Top Fuel qualifying in the U.S. Nationals and won the $100,000 NHRA Traxxas Nitro Shootout at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. Massey had a pass of 3.762 seconds at 324.51 mph during the third qualifying session of the weekend, which doubled as the second round of the Nitro Shootout.
• Power captures pole in Grand Prix of Baltimore: Australian Will Power captured the pole in the Grand Prix of Baltimore, a feat that earned him another point in his bid to clinch his first IZOD IndyCar Series championship this weekend. Power holds a 37-point lead over Ryan Hunter-Reay, who’s in second place entering today’s race. Power, the defending champion in Baltimore, can wrap up the points title if he’s ahead by 54 after today.
• Button takes pole position for Belgian GP: British driver Jenson Button will start today’s Belgian Grand Prix in pole position after finishing fastest in Saturday’s qualifying. Button, who won the season’s opening GP in Australia, overcame balance problems in his McLaren to grab his first pole of the season.
— From wire reports