Bobby Rahal, despite a controversial penalty, rallied to win the inaugural Molson Toronto-Indy race. He hadn't won since the Indianapolis 500 in May.

A sellout crowd of 60,000, limited to that number by city officials, watched a wild 183-mile race in which two leaders crashed and Rahal and pole-winner Emerson Fittipaldi were penalized for passing the pace car under a caution flag.

Rahal took the lead from Al Unser Jr. on the first turn of lap 92 and led the rest of the 103-lap event.

Rahal, earning the 10th victory of his career, beat second-place Danny Sullivan, who had won the last two races, to the finish line by 2.25 seconds . . .

In Long Pond, Pa., Tim Richmond won a photo finish in the Pocono 500. The race started 95 minutes late and ended 50 laps early because of fog.

Richmond, who has won three of the last four races on the Winston Cup circuit, finished 4 to 5 inches in front of Ricky Rudd. Geoff Bodine, close behind, made it the closest three-car finish this season.

The winning time was 3 hours 1 minute 7 seconds or 124.229 mph.

During the 121st lap, Richmond and Richard Petty tangled coming off the second turn, sending Petty into a crash that ended his racing day.