Todd Bodine won his first NASCAR Grand National race Saturday as Davey Allison's car fell off the pace just before the last lap under caution in the Budweiser 200. Two leading cars collapsed in the final three laps on the 1-mile oval.
"We should have been third but the circumstances worked out," said Bodine, 27, younger brother of Winston Cup drivers Geoff and Brett.
Bodine, who drove a Buick, won $19,225.
Canadian GP: World champion driver Ayrton Senna's string of pole positions ended at seven Saturday when Riccardo Patrese of Italy clocked the best qualifying time for the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.
Patrese drove his Williams-Renault through a lap in 1 minute, 19.837 seconds at an average speed of 124.123 mph.
Senna, who qualified third, had won 30 of the last 40 pole positions over four seasons.
Miller 200: Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears took the pole for today's Miller 200 in Milwaukee with a record-smashing lap of 162.276 mph.
Mario Andretti was a distant second at 158.907, followed by son Michael at 158.802.
Dover 500: Morgan Shepherd led second-round qualifying for today's Budweiser 500 NASCAR race at Dover, Del. Shepherd ran a 141.426-mph lap in a Ford, good for 21st.