SBNC Finale: It’s All Down to Mid-Ohio

Wednesday, August 31, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – So here it is. The Skip Barber National’s final two races of the year, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, early next week. It’s been an extremely close-fought battle already, between Gerardo Bonilla, Jordy Vorrath and Cole Nelson. Bonilla leads by 13 over Vorrath, and 19 over Nelson. Any of these three drivers can

Two Mad Scrambles at Road America

Saturday, August 20, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – Over the past six Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER races, Gerardo Bonilla’s points lead has shrunk from 31 down to 13. He finished sixth and fourth in the two races this weekend (rounds 11 and 12) at Road America. At Mont-Tremblant a month ago, he had two fourths. But it’s

Andy Dandy Again; Rossetto Takes His Second Pole of the Weekend

Friday, August 19, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – Andy Rossetto did it again. Decisively proving his speed here at Road America is real, Rossetto took pole for Saturday’s second of two races. Yesterday, the Grafton, Wis., native had taken the pole for this afternoon’s race. In the Skip Barber National’s first visit to Road America in early July (for rounds

Rounds 11 & 12 of the National

Thursday, August 18, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – With the ALMS and Road America having been generous with Thursday’s test-day track time, the Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER had four sessions; three practice, plus qualifying for race one tomorrow afternoon. In the morning’s first practice, championship leader Gerardo Bonilla edged Andy Rossetto (who won one of the two

Another Giant Race Weekend

Thursday, August 04, 2005 Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant never disappoints: The weather, apart from a brief sprinkle on Friday, was spectacular. The track is fast, safe and fun and the racing was close and furious. It was the second “giant” weekend in a row, as this was a combo of Eastern Series, Midwest Series and Masters National ( see separate story

Masters at the Trembling Mountain

Tuesday, August 02, 2005 Race One: From the pole (his “usual” starting position), Chris Willcox led the field to the green. From fourth on the grid, Jimmy Locke got a good start and was third as they crossed the start line and by the time he exited Turns One and Two, he was into P2 over John Mayes. On lap

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