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Masters National: Leaving Las Vegas, It’s Willcox with Two Wins

Wednesday, March 29, 2006 The last time the Race Series had been to Las Vegas was 1999 and since then, the track had re-vamped its ‘‘outside’’ road course at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Rounds three and four of the Masters National proved the circuit to be not easily, um, mastered… Race One Surprise! Chris Willcox was not on pole. In

2005 SBN Champ Gerardo Bonilla Wins Mazda Opener

Monday, March 20, 2006 More proof that the Skip Barber National is the place to prepare ‘‘star’’ drivers of the future: 2005 Champion Gerardo Bonilla spanked the Star Mazda field in the series opener at the 2006 Sebring 12-Hour. Photo by the incomparable Sidell Tilghman SEBRING, Fla. (March 18) – The champion of last year’s Skip Barber National Presented by

SBN at A1GP: Double Di Leo

Sunday, March 12, 2006 Marco Di Leo got to do this twice at the A1GP weekend, and has instantly established himself as a championship contender. Skip Barber National Presented by RACER: Double Di Leo MONTEREY, Calif. (March 11 & 12) – The lap charts show Marco Di Leo leading every lap of the two races at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

Skip Barber National Qualifying

Sunday, March 12, 2006 Qualifying for race one, Skip Barber National Presented by RACER, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca: 1. Marco Di Leo, Markham, Ont. Can., 1:40.131/80.534 mph 2. Justin Moon, Shingle Springs, Calif., 1:40.342/80.365 3. Jonathan Goring, Norfolk, Conn., 1:40.633 4. Alex Doman, Conifer, Colo., 1:40.820 5. Joel Miller, Hesperia, Calif., 1:41.051 6. Alexander Rossi, Nevada City, Calif., 1:41.063 7.

A1GP: Two Skip Barber Champions One-Two After First Practice

Friday, March 10, 2006 Bryan Herta, a former Barber Pro Series champion (1991), turned a 1:18.620, besting the 22-car A1GP field. Salvador Duran, a recent Midwest Regional Race Series champion, was just a tick behind, putting up a 1:18.948 Rick Roso

Skip Barber National at A1GP

Friday, March 10, 2006 Justin Moon cratered the rest of the field with a blistering lap two minutes from the end of the session. MONTEREY, Calif. (March 10) – What was supposed to be a day of three practice sessions for the Skip Barber National Presented by RACER was shrunk to just one as heavy rain created substantial run-off issues

Josh Rehm: 1978 – 2006

Monday, March 06, 2006 Funeral arrangements below… It is with utter, unbelievable sadness that we tell the entire Skip Barber extended family that we’ve lost Josh Rehm, one of our beloved instructors, to a highway accident in Wisconsin on Sunday, March 5. A teenage driver of a pickup truck lost control traveling westbound on Federal Route 18-151, just west of

Skip Barber National Opens This Weekend

Monday, March 06, 2006 Here we go! The eighth season of the Skip Barber National Presented by RACER opens this weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The National is the featured support series for the inaugural A1 Grand Prix of Nations, and rounds one and two of the 14-race championship are Saturday and Sunday, respectively. The Skip Barber National drivers

AutoWeek Writer Bob Gritzinger profiles the High Performance Driving School

Wednesday, March 01, 2006 Earlier this year, a number of seasoned, hard-to-impress journalists came out to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to check out our newest program, the HIGH PERFORMANCE DRIVING SCHOOL. Writers from AutoWeek, Road & Track, Motor Trend, carconnection.com and Forbes participated in the two-day program, a high-octane mix of in-field exercises and on-track action. While these writers are

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