Top 10 photos of the week: 2014-06-11

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Top 10 photos of the week: 2014-06-11

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10. We're pretty sure racing is not on the list of top five things Tom Coronel is thinking in this picture. We love the WTCC for the action, on and off the race track.

Tom Coronel with lovely grid girls
Tom Coronel with lovely grid girls

Photo by: XPB Images


9. A second victory for Dale Jr. This is always breaking news because of how incredibly popular he is, winning or not. Plus Pocono has a unique set up for their Victory Lane. It always makes a nice picture.

Race winner Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet
Race winner Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet

Photo by: Getty Images


8. This is one of the classic start shots that still exists on the F1 calendar. Close to our hearts.

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1 W05, locks up under braking at the start of the race next to team mate Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W05
Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1 W05, locks up under braking at the start of the race next to team mate Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W05

Photo by: XPB Images


7. Great rally atmosphere in this image. Jumping car, TV helicopter, makeshift viewing stand for fans. It's all there. Bonus points for the guy with an iPad.

Andreas Mikkelsen and Ola Floene, Volkswagen Polo WRC, Volkswagen Motorsport
Andreas Mikkelsen and Ola Floene, Volkswagen Polo WRC, Volkswagen Motorsport

Photo by: Volkswagen Motorsport


6. Any victory celebration that involves firing two guns in the air like Saddam Hussein is either ridiculous or awesome depending on how you look at it.

Race winner Ed Carpenter, Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
Race winner Ed Carpenter, Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet

Photo by: Chris Owens


5. Another atmospheric shot from the weekend. This is a rare look at pitlane. The photographer put a decent amount of thought into this. Well done.

Sébastien Loeb, Citroën C-Elysee WTCC, Citroën Total WTCC
Sébastien Loeb, Citroën C-Elysee WTCC, Citroën Total WTCC

Photo by: Citroën Communication


4. If you're going to blur the hell out of an F1 car, do it this way. 100% approved.

Kimi Raikkonen, Scuderia Ferrari
Kimi Raikkonen, Scuderia Ferrari

Photo by: XPB Images


3. Local Italian Bertelli gets the nod for best Rally Sardinia jump.

Lorenzo Bertelli and Mitia Dotta, Ford Fiesta R5
Lorenzo Bertelli and Mitia Dotta, Ford Fiesta R5

Photo by: XPB Images


2. First-time Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo celebrated with unadulterated excitement. Well done all around.

1st place Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing
1st place Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing

Photo by: XPB Images


1. We can smell the fumes and taste the dirt in between our teeth. In your face rally action.

Henning Solberg and Ilka Minor, Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg and Ilka Minor, Ford Fiesta WRC

Photo by: M-Sport

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