Carl Edwards dominated the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Saturday night at Nashville Superspeedway.
Edwards' teammate at Roush Fenway Racing, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., finished second and Mike Dillon was third.
Edwards, who leads the Sprint Cup points race over Jimmie Johnson, was leading when the first caution came out on Lap 82 for debris. The next lap he entered the pits and was penalized for speeding and officials ordered him to the rear of the longest line of cars for the restart.
He worked his way back through the field and passed Dillon on Lap 120 for the lead. On the pass the air from Edwards' car caused Dillon to wiggle wildly in Turn 4.
INDYCAR: Japanese driver Takuma Sato will start on the pole for today's Edmonton Indy. The 34-year-old, with KV Racing Technology, drove the 2.2-mile, 13-turn City Centre Airport track in 1 minute, 18.5165 seconds.
He was five-hundredths of a second ahead of Team Penske driver Will Power, who will start beside him in the front row for the 90-lap race.
James Hinchcliffe of Toronto is the top Canadian in the field. He will start 10th.
FORMULA ONE: Mark Webber will start from the pole position at the German Grand Prix after narrowly beating McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel in qualifying.
The Australian posted a time of 1 minute, 30.079 seconds around the 3.2-mile Nuerburgring circuit, with Hamilton 0.065 seconds behind in a surprising performance. Vettel, the defending champion and 2011 points leader, finished a further 82 thousands of a second off the pace.
NHRA: Defying broiling temperatures that kept most competitors' times down, Allen Johnson hit 197.65 mph in his Dodge Avenger to become the top Pro Stock qualifier at the Mopar Mile High Nationals.
Johnson covered the straight-line, quarter-mile course at Bandimere Speedway in 6.978 seconds to lead the 16-car contingent qualifying for today's elimination rounds.
Hector Arana (Pro Stock motorcycle, 185.69), Cruz Pedregon (Funny Car, 307.51) and Del Worsham (Top Fuel, 314.53) also were top qualifiers.