Western Series Opener

Wednesday, October 26, 2005 The first two rounds of the 12-race Western Race Series were at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, a great facility that always produces good competition and lots of fun. We saw first-time winners (and one of those wins was history making), a new track record (1:41.927) being set, and the first of the three special Triple Crown

Booties, Bobbles and Burnouts…..

Friday, October 21, 2005 This weekend was the season finale for the Skip Barber Eastern Regional race series. It was an important weekend for me as I went into the weekend in 2nd place in the overall championship. I had also clinched the Master’s championship (for old timers, 40 and over). I had not, however, won a race yet…. EVER!

Eastern Series Finale at Lime Rock Park

Tuesday, October 18, 2005 The Eastern Series and Masters National finale was at Lime Lake — er, I mean, Lime Rock — Park, and despite the perfect (for Noah) conditions, we had excellent racing and everybody had a great time. Guess who won their first races? Read on! Plus, a 15-year-old karter doing his first-ever Race Weekend took home a

Masters National Finale at Lime Rock

Monday, October 17, 2005 Wednesday (Lapping day) leading in to the race weekend had picture perfect fall weather, the leaves were falling, the track was wet, and the wind was blowing. Thursday (official practice day) was much better. The leaves were almost done falling, the track was wetter, and the wind was still blowing. Friday was the best day, as

An open letter to Aaron Hollander…..

Sunday, October 16, 2005 Six months and another season has passed and it’s time for another open letter… Aaron: I can think of only one word to describe the Skip Barber season that concluded yesterday. Flawless. We were treated to the usual great Skip Barber experience—the outstanding coaches; the skilled and dedicated people in pit lane, control tower and hospitality

Skip Barber’s ‘Sweet 16’ Revealed

Wednesday, October 12, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Skip Barber Racing, the organizers of the largest and single most important event for karters transitioning to racecars — the Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shoot-out — announced their ”Sweet 16” picks today. This elite group of karters will join 44 other karters to try to earn scholarships in one of the four Skip


Tuesday, October 11, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Skip Barber Racing has increased the sponsorship level of its awards partnership with Formula Kart Productions of Panama City, Fla., for the 2006 Formula Kart Racing Florida Winter Tour Presented by BTK / Arrow Racing Karts. For 2006, SBRS will award a Three Day Competition Course (value $3,995) to FKP Winter Tour champions

Gore, Ablondi & Kolacki/Daems

Thursday, October 06, 2005 The Skip Barber Triple Crown Championship was new for ’05, and the Regional finale at Road America was the third leg for the Midwest. Road America in July and Mid-Ohio in September were the first two. Each division — Championship, Sportsman and Masters — had its own Triple Crown titlist. Jonathan Gore of Franklin, Tenn., was

Midwest Finale at Road America

Wednesday, October 05, 2005 At the Road America Midwest finale, titles had to be decided, Don Adams and Bob Denver had to be honored, and the stores of Jagermeister had to be depleted in storied fashion. When it was over, Timing & Scoring queen Kelly Deneen said it was one of the best race weekends ever. That means something, coming

Results: Get Smarter/Gilligan Memorial Enduro

Tuesday, October 04, 2005 The Memorial race story will be included with the Road America Midwest Finale write-up, but in the meantime, here are the results following our consultation with IBM, Accenture and Kelly’s new iPod… Hill & Pace win the Adams & Denver memorial… The Get Smarter Gilligan Enduro 1. Rhonda Hill/Jim Pace, 1hr, 21:49.662/27 laps 2. Charles Anti/Jonathan

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