The Skip Barber National 2006 Schedule

Friday, January 27, 2006 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – The Skip Barber National Presented by RACER confirmed the two tentative dates for its already released 2006 schedule. The 14-race open-wheel championship will open at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca March 11-12, supporting the A1GP headliner, and the race-date for the summer Road America event has been finalized for July 1-2. The double-race format

Don’t Pass This Up! Race at the 12-Hours of Sebring

Friday, January 20, 2006 Last year’s Open Invitational at The Glen was awesome; having at the 12-Hours of Sebring will be even better. The Skip Barber Race Series will run its second annual Open Invitational at one of the world’s largest, most significant auto racing events, the 12 Hours of Sebring! That’s right…you can race in front of hundreds of

Six Win Sponsorship at Karting Scholarship Shoot-out

Sunday, January 15, 2006 SEBRING, Fla. – Over the course of three days, using 30 race cars during 21 separate on-track sessions, 59 karters-turned-racecar drivers all had a chance to earn a piece of the $115,000 in Skip Barber sponsorship up for grabs at the ninth annual Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shoot-out at Sebring International Raceway. When the judges left

Saturday Scenes from Shoot-out

Saturday, January 14, 2006 SEBRING, Fla. – Today was all about track time, as all 59 drivers got three more sessions each. The panelists ”opened up” Sebring’s famous Turn 17 (also known as ”Sunset”). Friday it had been configured as a second-gear ”90,” but Saturday its traditional, tricky, decreasing radius 180 was in play. Also, every session, each driver was

Skip Barber Karting Scholarship Shoot-out

Friday, January 13, 2006 A total of 59 karters from North America converged on Sebring International Raceway’s two-mile ”Modified” circuit to vie for more than $100,000 in scholarships to race in the 2006 Skip Barber National Presented by RACER and/or the Skip Barber Regional Race Series. Day one was autocross and skidpad in performance street cars, followed by each driver

Homestead Miami Speedway

Wednesday, January 11, 2006 The fifth and sixth races of the 2005-2006 Southern Series (and the final round of the Triple Crown championship and the Third Annual Skip Barber U.S. Regional Run-off) were at Homestead Miami Speedway. Homestead is an awesome track to race on, especially since we utilized NASCAR Turns 3 and 4. It’s very close to being as

2006 Masters National Schedule

Wednesday, January 11, 2006 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Skip Barber Racing, organizer of the Masters National championship, released its 2006 schedule today. This respected Race Series championship – for drivers 40 years old or more, racing under the pro rules of the ”regular” National – responded to competitors’ requests to add more races to the schedule. So for 2006, there are

U.S. Regional Run-off

Tuesday, January 10, 2006 Race Series vet Craig Duerson has a reason to smile, considering the check in his hands! The Skip Barber U.S. Regional Run-off was part of the Southern Series event at Homestead Miami Speedway. With a lot of seat-time money up for grabs – $15,000 to the winner – it made for some very competitive racing. Especially

Win the Race to Save!

Monday, January 09, 2006 Eastern, Midwestern, Masters National & National All Eligible for Pre-Pay Discounts We’re not going to hard-sell you. The bottom line is we’ll save you money on your racing, by offering discounts for pre-pays. Here are the deals: • Sign up and pre-pay for the FULL 2006 Midwest and/or Eastern Race Series between now and April 6,

Regional Run-off: Rossi Takes Heat 1

Saturday, January 07, 2006 HOMESTEAD, Fla. – In the first of two heat races prior to the Regional Run-off “A Main” tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, Alexander Rossi snatched the lead from polesitter Craig Duerson at the beginning of the last lap and then held off Alex Doman for the victory. Drive of the race was from Jonathan Frost: he started dead

C. Duerson Grabs Pole for Run-off

Saturday, January 07, 2006 HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Craig Duerson took pole position for the Skip Barber U.S. Regional Run-off, 2/10s quicker than Alexander Rossi, who will join him on the front row. Alex Doman and Brent Milner make up row two. Craig Duerson was happy after putting up the fastest time in qualifying for the Regional Run-off. Qualifying, Regional Run-off:

Practice Times, Regional Run-off

Friday, January 06, 2006 HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Skip Barber U.S. Regional Run-off, final practice times. Alex Doman was quickest in the final practice session for the Regional Run-off. Here he is in Turn Six. Final Practice: Homestead Miami Speedway, 2.1-mile, 10-turn ‘‘Grand-Am’’ road course 1. Alex Doman, 1:32.507 / 86.004 mph 2. Craig Duerson, 1:32.537 / 85.976 3. Jeff Relic,

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