Sunday, June 28, 2009 While the drivers of the BFGoodrich/Skip Barber National Presented by Mazda were tearing up New Jersey Motorsports Park, a little over four hours north drivers of the Skip Barber Summer Race Series and MAZDASPEED Challenge were duking it out at Skip Barber Racing School’s traditional home, Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park. Old and new collided as a
Wednesday, June 25, 2008 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – With the IRL-Champ Car unification, the number of Skip Barber-trained drivers in the IndyCar Series has swelled to an impressive nine regular competitors. And in its primary support series, Indy Lights, there are at least a dozen SBRS drivers each race weekend. Look at this list from IndyCar… Marco Andretti, Dan Wheldon, Helio
Sunday, June 14, 2009 Saturday, June 13, starting grid for Sunday race two (round 6 of 14) following Q2 BFGoodrich/Skip Barber National Presented by Mazda New Jersey Motorsport Park/Thunderbolt Raceway 1. Stevan McAleer, 1:29.483 2. Michael Dorrbecker, 1:29.490 3. Sean Rayhall, 1:29.582 4. Felipe Polehtto, 1:29.700 5. Connor De Phillippi, 1:29.770 6. Sage Karam, 1:29.872 7. Michael Vincec, 1:29.981 8.
Sunday, June 14, 2009 Nope, this isn’t at the beginning of race two; it’s just a few laps from the end… More photos at bottom, after results and points MILLVILLE, N.J. (June 14) – The weekend was dubbed Mazda Formula X, as it was an all-singing, all-dancing Mazda fest at New Jersey Motorsports Park: Formula Atlantic Powered by Mazda, Star
Saturday, June 13, 2009 Court Vernon took the pole for NJMP’s race one with a lap of 1:29.656. MILLVILLE, N.J. (June 13) – Close? Try 16 drivers within 1 second of each other, from the pole time of Court Vernon at 1:29.656 to 16th-quick Julian Albarracin’s 1:30.698. That was qualifying for the first of two races at New Jersey Motorsports