National & Masters National, Road America

Friday, June 30, 2006 Local expert Andy Rossetto – he’s from nearby Grafton, Wis. – took pole for Saturday’s Skip Barber National Presented by RACER. Here he is in T14. Last year in the National Rossetto won two of the four Road America races. Points leader Alexander Rossi is also on the front row. Race-One Qualifying, Skip Barber National Presented

Skip Barber National Preview

Tuesday, June 27, 2006 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – With six races down and eight to go in this year’s Skip Barber National Presented by RACER, it’s clear we have the makings of a fight to the finish. Alexander Rossi and Marco Di Leo stand just 14 points apart, with Jonathan Goring just six further back. Rossi’s and Di Leo’s results

Lakeville Shop Makes It Happen!

Monday, June 26, 2006 The Lakeville factory did an absolute bang-up job getting six new R/Ts ready for Road America. The original goal was extremely ambitious — to have six new/major re-built cars by June 26 — yet they finished them ahead of time. In all, nine R/T 2000s were completed in June. The Boss went over to the shop

SBRS Grads

Monday, June 26, 2006 It was a solid weekend of racing — F1, NASCAR, Champ Car, IRL, Grand-Am, Star Mazda, Atlantic were all on the slate — and SBRS alumni again did extremely well. A.J. Allmendinger won his second straight Champ Car World Series race, this time at Cleveland, while Jeff Gordon made it happen at Infineon (nee Sears Point)

Marco Andretti’s SBRS History

Monday, June 05, 2006 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – In two weeks time, Marco Andretti has made an enviable impact on the racing world. It’s said Andretti’s name is even on the lips of the Formula One pooh-bahs thanks to his extremely strong showing – he very nearly won – in the Indy 500. This past weekend, Andretti was in the hunt

East & Midwest at The Glen

Friday, June 02, 2006 Rounds three and four of the Midwestern and Eastern Race Series were at Watkins Glen International. As it had been done at VIR a couple weeks earlier, some of the races were made up of combined groups – with separate points-scoring – such as Group One (East/Midwest Championship) and Group Four (East/Midwest/Championship/Sportsman). All told, there were

The Masters at The Glen

Thursday, June 01, 2006 There are few race tracks in America the equal of Watkins Glen International, a track that’s a perfect venue for the ‘‘boys’’ competing in this year’s Masters National. In fact, the weekend’s chief observer wrote, in his report to the office, that the ‘‘two Masters National races were extraordinary, the awesome talent in the field put

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