Southern Series, Rounds 3 & 4

Wednesday, December 27, 2006 Man, there’s nothing like getting your first win. Nick Spencer did it in G1R2 Rounds three and four of the 2006-2007 Skip Barber Southern Series was at Sebring, one of the favorite stops on the Skip Barber ‘‘tour.’’ Great weather – Sunday’s races in particular were held under ‘‘Chamber of Commerce’’ skies – an even dozen

Mazda & Skip Barber Align

Thursday, December 14, 2006 The world’s largest sports car company teams with largest racing and driving school Mazda and Skip Barber Racing School Announce Long Term Partnership World’s Largest Sports Car Company Teams with Largest Racing and Driving School ORLANDO, Fla. – Mazda North American Operations and Skip Barber Racing School LLC announced today a new, long-term partnership agreement that

Regional Series Race Report from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

Wednesday, December 13, 2006 Hey, when you’re already a bit wet, this ritual becomes even more fun It was a rainy Race Weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for rounds three and four of the 2006-2007 Skip Barber Western Series, but as we all know, real racers do it in the rain. Special thanks to the awesome mechanics, who make

Early January ’07: 4th Annual Skip Barber Regional Run-off

Tuesday, December 05, 2006 Action in Homestead’s Turn One during last year’s Regional Run-off LAKEVILLE, Conn. – The Fourth Annual Skip Barber Regional Run-off Championship is coming up soon! It is set for January 5-7, 2007 at Homestead Miami Speedway, as part of rounds five and six of the Southern championship. This year, almost $50,000 in Race Series (Regional and/or

Southern Series Opener at Road Atlanta

Wednesday, November 22, 2006 The 2006-2007 Skip Barber Southern Series opened at Road Atlanta. Two Championship groups and two Sportsman groups went at in the hills just north of Atlanta… G1R1 (Championship) Ricky Taylor won Saturday’s race after a fine duel with Revere Greist. Jeff Relic was able to take advantage of Greist’s mistake late in the race to pick

Masters National Finale, Road Atlanta

Monday, November 20, 2006 The Skip Barber Masters National finale at Road Atlanta wasn’t going to decide a title – Chris Willcox had seen to that, clinching his fourth in a row six weeks earlier at Road America – but with a track conducive to passing combined with the return of a fast master, Phil Saville, we were sure to and Skip Barber in Strategic Alliance

Friday, November 17, 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Scott McKee 781.541.6360 x114 (office) 617.633.3256 (mobile) [email protected] Skip Barber Contact: Rick Roso 860-435-4118 [email protected] BEDFORD, Mass. – Motorsport Simulations and Skip Barber Racing School today announced a strategic alliance blending the latest in simulation technology with the real-world training expertise of the world’s most well-known racing school. The two

2006-07 Western Series Opener

Thursday, November 02, 2006 New, new, new, new, new… lotsa new! Track, drivers, winners, snow… The Western Series opened its 2006-2007 season at Miller Motorsports Park, the new ‘‘palace’’ of racing about 30 miles west of Salt Lake City. We ran the West Circuit, a 2.2-mile, 10-turn iteration of Miller’s 4.4-mile full course. Some fast fourth-gear corners, the ‘‘Devil’s Bowl’’

Jonathan Goring Wins the National Title

Sunday, October 29, 2006 Click here for all the photos from the National races Full-season box score recap and final points standings TOOELE, Utah – After 13 races, five different winners and nine different polesitters over the course of the season, the championship battle in the 2006 Skip Barber National Presented by RACER came down to a last-race, last-lap, last-corner

Skip Barber National: Q1

Friday, October 27, 2006 TOOELE, Utah – Friday afternoon, the three championship contenders for the 2006 Skip Barber National Presented by RACER — Jonathan Goring, Marco Di Leo and Alexander Rossi — qualified for Saturday’s race one at Miller Motorsports Park. Somewhat of a surprise was Kyle Lawrence (not completely, as his results at Trois-Rivieres will attest), who split-up the

Western Opener, National Finale

Thursday, October 26, 2006 TOOELE, Utah – We asked the locals: It’s pronounced ”two – WILL – a.” Okay, with that out of the way, we woke up to “two-WILL-a” inches of snow! No worries, it wasn’t sticking to the track. Today was a Lapping day for the Regional and National drivers. No time sheets, but the fast competitors were

Skip Barber National Finale

Tuesday, October 24, 2006 Jonathan Goring, Marco Di Leo and Alexander Rossi will be going wheel to wheel this weekend at Miller Motorsports Park. Last man standing wins the SBN title and its $100,000. The 2006 season finale of the Skip Barber National Presented by RACER is this weekend, and yet again, nothing’s been decided. This is the fourth consecutive

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