Weekend review and results round-up

Two major losing streaks came to an end in American motorsport last weekend, as former champion Tony Kanaan took his first IndyCar Series victory in two seasons at Iowa Speedway, and NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson won on a road course for the first time at Sears Point - though only after Marcos Ambrose threw away the lead while trying to save fuel under yellow

Weekend review and results round-up

MotoGP came back to Silverstone for the first time in 24 years, and saw Jorge Lorenzo banish the nerves that had seen him disappoint at Mugello and dominate from the front.

In touring cars, Gordon Shedden got his British championship season firmly on course with a double win at Croft, where Andrew Jordan scored his first victory in race three, while Gabriele Tarquini picked up a World Touring Car win at Zolder following his team-mate Jordi Gene's exclusion. Andy Priaulx took the other win in Belgium, where Formula 2 delivered wins for title contender Dean Stoneman and local favourite Benjamin Bailly.

The motorsport action

MotoGP: Lorenzo dominates the British GP

Moto2: Cluzel wins British Moto2 thriller

125cc: Marquez takes hard-earned 125cc win

WTCC: Gene claims first Zolder victory

WTCC: Priaulx takes third win of 2010

WTCC: Gene excluded from Zolder victory

BTCC: Shedden takes first 2010 win at Croft

BTCC: Shedden wins again at Croft

BTCC: Jordan takes first BTCC race win

Formula 2: Stoneman triumphs in Zolder opener

Formula 2: Bailly takes home F2 win at Zolder

Superleague: Beijing Gouan's Martin wins race one

Superleague: First win for Montagny and Bordeaux

Superleague: Olympiacos' van der Drift wins final

IndyCar: Kanaan ends victory drought at Iowa

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Ambrose hands Johnson Sears win

V8 Supercar: Winterbottom holds on to win

V8 Supercar: Whincup wins Hidden Valley race two

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