Motorsport Championship Standings Database

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Alex Palou clinches IndyCar title with Portland victory

Alex Palou put a decisive stamp of authority on a dream season, winning the BITNILE.COM Grand Prix of Portland on Sunday at Portland International Raceway to clinch the NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship.

Palou, from Barcelona, Spain, earned his second series title in the No. 10 The American Legion Honda fielded by Chip Ganassi Racing after claiming his first championship in 2021 with the team. He became the first driver to seal the INDYCAR SERIES title with one race to spare since Sebastien Bourdais claimed Champ Car honors in 2007 in the penultimate race.

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Perfect season for history-making Jett Lawrence

Jett Lawrence has made history at Ironman Raceway, joining Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart as the only riders to win every race of the AMA Pro Motocross season.
Lawrence wrapped up the 450 championship at the penultimate round at Unadilla, becoming only the second Australian rider to do so. Chad Reed also won the premier class title in 2009.
Lawrence’s older brother Hunter clinched the Pro Motocross 250 championship aboard his Honda CRF250R at the final round of the season at Ironman Raceway as well.
Attention will now turn to the inaugural SuperMotocross World Championship, which will consist of two playoff rounds and a final, which will be held at the LA Coliseum on September 23.

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SVG wins on debut in NASCAR

When the Grant Park 220 turned topsy-turvy at the 49-lap mark, the change didn’t slow New Zealander Shane van Gisbergen, the first driver to win a race in his first NASCAR Cup Series start since Johnny Rutherford accomplished the feat 60 years ago.
Driving the No. 91 Chevrolet under the aegis of Trackhouse Racing’s Project 91 program, the three-time Supercars champion charged from eighth on a Lap 61 restart to the front of the field and won the series’ first street race on the Chicago Street Course in overtime.

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Ferrari win Le Mans 24 Hour

Ferrari AF Corse has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans Centenary Trophy! The Italian manufacturer, making its return to the premier league of endurance racing after a fifty-year absence, has secured its tenth outright victory in the French classic – its first since 1965. Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado have claimed their first outright win to go with their LMGTE Pro triumph of 2019. This is the first Le Mans podium for Antonio Giovinazzi in his second appearance.

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