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Weekend review and results round-up

Sebastien Ogier, Citroen, Acropolis 2011Sebastien Ogier kept himself in contention for the 2011 World Rally Championship title with a canny win on last weekend's Acropolis Rally, defeating his team-mate Sebastien Loeb by forcing the champion to run first on the road on day three.

In America, the IndyCar Series made a very welcome return to the Milwaukee Mile, where Dario Franchitti fended off strong challenges from Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan to win, while in stock cars, Denny Hamlin delivered his first NASCAR Sprint Cup triumph of the season at Michigan.

All the major touring car championships were in action too, with the most notable result coming in the DTM at Lausitz, where Martin Tomczyk's second win in succession gave the old-spec Audi man a surprise points lead.

The best of the single-seater action was provided by Formula Renault 3.5 at a wet/dry Nurburgring. Robert Wickens narrowly defeated Daniel Ricciardo in a Saturday thriller, before rising young star Kevin Korjus used a wise strategy to recover from 22nd to win after a first-corner spin.

The motorsport action

WRC: Ogier clinches Acropolis victory

IndyCar: Franchitti wins at Milwaukee

NASCAR: Hamlin scores his first win of 2011

DTM: Tomczyk wins again at Lausitz

BTCC: Neal beats Jackson in photo finish

BTCC: Neal wins again in second race

BTCC: Jackson wins race three at Croft

WTCC: Huff stretches lead with Brno win

WTCC: Muller wins race two at Brno

British F3: Foresti wins with wet tyre gamble

British F3: Tincknell earns maiden F3 victory

British F3: Nasr dominates wet race three

Formula Renault 3.5: Wickens wins wet Nurburgring thriller

Formula Renault 3.5: Korjus spins but wins in Germany

V8 Supercars: Rick Kelly wins as leaders tangle

V8 Supercars: Van Gisbergen charges to victory

Auto GP: Filippi triumphs in Auto GP race one

Auto GP: Buttarelli takes first Auto GP win

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