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From bad to worse for Bruno Spengler!

Eighth of the ten tests counting for the European DTM 2011 race presented Sunday at the German circuit of Oschersleben allowed for a second time on, the Audi A4 monopolize the podium. This time, the Swede Mattias Ekstrom (Team Abt) who triumph over forty seconds ahead of German Martin Tomczyk (Team Phoenix). The Franco-Italian Edoardo Mortara completes the podium.

For Bruno Spengler, which presented itself departing with the intention to take first place in the championship driver, the race started well (Bruno led the first laps) but she ended catastrophic manner, the spearhead of the stable AMG Mercedes being forced to abandon a three-term term suite has a front suspension problem.

This means that from now owns Tomczyk 9 points ahead of Spengler at the forefront of the championship. Knowing a win 10 points in the DTM and there are only two races to go, chances are Spengler title henceforth compromised.

In North America, the NASCAR series evolved on the oval Joliet, near Chicago. After the victory of the young Austin Dillon (Chevrolet) in the race of the Camping World Trucks Series Friday, Brad Keselowski (Dodge Team Penske) is required in the next Nationwide Series. Sunday it was the turn of the featured series, Sprint Cup, to present its course but it had to be postponed to Monday noon due to rain. This is the third time in six events that such a situation occurs.

In California, the Laguna Seca hosted the penultimate round of the American Le Mans. The stables Aston Martin Prodrive had emerged for the occasion one of his "old" prototypes, referred to as AMR-One. Much more competitive than the new prototypes that had both break their engine after 15 minutes race last 24 Hours of Le Mans, these cars have demonstrated not to have lost their competitiveness since the trio Adrian Fernandez, Stefan Mucke and Harold Primate have leads this car to victory at the end of the 6 hour race.

Finally, note that the IndyCar series did not evolve on the American continent but in Japan this past weekend. At Motegi, or drivers not disputed race on the oval (damaged during the earthquake last March) but the road circuit of the place, the New Zealander Scott Dixon dominates, scoring pole position and then victory. Australian Will Power finished second and dethroned by the very fact Dario Franchitti (only the eighth) of the first in the championship. Marco Andretti and Quebecois Alex Tagliani completes the "Top 4". This is another very nice performance Tagliani, who will be qualified after the fifteenth, a hassle-free and error race has seized every opportunity to climb the forefront little after the halfway point.

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