By Steve Keating DETROIT, June 1 (Reuters) - Helio Castroneves and Will Power gave Roger Penske a sweep of the Dual in Detroit IndyCar races at the weekend, giving Motor City pride a shot in the arm. Penske, the billionaire auto dealer who has poured his heart, sweat and millions of dollars into bringing IndyCar racing back to Motown and rebuilding Detroit's reputation as Motor City, was rewarded with a double victory on the Belle Isle race course he helped build. Castroneves, a triple Indy 500 winner who claimed his first IndyCar victory in Detroit 14 years ago, collected career win number 29 in a dominating drive on Sunday to move into a tie with Rick Mears for 11th on the all-time list. On Saturday it was Powers spraying the champagne, as a smiling Penske looked on and fans cheered "We love you Roger". Click here to read full news..