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Racing review: All the results
AUTOSPORT brings you the definitive who won what, and where, round-up from throughout the racing world last weekend

  By Matt Beer

The World Touring Car Championship's visit to Pau provided the craziest action of a packed racing weekend. Amid SEAT's fury at regulation tweaks, mass post-qualifying penalties and even a collision between the race two leader and the safety car, Rob Huff and Alain Menu came through to continue Chevrolet's street track winning streak.

At Hockenheim, the DTM and Formula 3 Euro Series kicked off with breakthrough F3 successes for Stefano Coletti and Jean-Karl Vernay, and a return to winning form for Tom Kristensen - just two days after he announced this would be his final shot at the DTM title.

Returnee James Thompson also ended a long absence from the top step of the podium in the British Touring Car Championship at Donington Park, while in America Tony Stewart give his Stewart Haas Racing team its first NASCAR victory in the non-championship All-Star race.

In the two-wheeled world, the MotoGP title fight now looks even tighter after Jorge Lorenzo made up for his Jerez accident with a brilliant Le Mans victory, and left the crashing to his team-mate Valentino Rossi this time.


F3 Euro Series: Coletti scores maiden win

F3 Euro Series: Vernay takes first victory

Formula Master: Leimer wins first race at Pau

Formula Master: Kouzkin takes win on debut at Pau

FIA GT: Vitaphone #1 wins Adria evening race

NASCAR: Stewart takes All-Star victory

125cc: Simon dominates at wet Le Mans

250cc: Simoncelli claims first win of 2009

MotoGP: Lorenzo takes victory and points lead

BTCC: Thompson wins wet Donington race

BTCC: Thompson wins again at Donington

BTCC: Collard wins Donington race three

WTCC: Huff wins race one at Pau

WTCC: Menu wins incident-packed race two

DTM: Kristensen ends DTM victory drought

ALMS: De Ferran dominates Utah ALMS race

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Matt Beer starting freelancing for in the first week of its existence in 1999, and spent the next decade-and-a-half dovetailing increasing amounts of time contributing to it with working for other Haymarket motorsport websites, UK national reporting, co-managing award-winning Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatres, racing driver and team PR, and getting some degrees, plus contributions to an AUTOCOURSE Champ Car yearbook and the FIA Institute's in-house magazine. Now deputy editor of, he also oversees AUTOSPORT's talent development programme for emerging motorsport writers.
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