Thursday, November 18, 2004 The Summit Point Race Weekend was rounds three and four of the 2004-2005 Southern Series championship. The weather was cold and windy, but sunny, with the exception of Friday when we had rain all day. We compensated for the Friday conditions by offering the whole group the opportunity to get in the usual two sessions and
Thursday, November 04, 2004 A great track and good racing made for a solid opening weekend of the Southern championship… G1R1 (Championship) National Championship ringer Matt Varsha appears very focused as he preps for his 2005 campaign by running the Southern Series, and on Saturday he put in a decisive “lights-to-flags” win. John Pew and John Greist are very quick,
Thursday, November 04, 2004 Series Director Todd Snyder caught this defining moment on ”film” in Saturday’s Sportsman race. Phillip Ploskas, in the #39 on the right, oofed the compromised right-hander, allowing Jonathan Miller, in the #25 on the left, to take the lead for good. Smiling Senor Gomez had a third and a win! G2R2 (Sportsman) Another really good show.
Thursday, October 28, 2004 The opening rounds of the Skip Barber Western Race Series enjoyed great weather and an enthusiastic collection of drivers. The weekend’s field size dictated two divisions — Sportsman and Championship — and by Sunday afternoon we had witnessed our typical good racing and good times… G1R1 (Championship) New guy (er, new boy) Ryan Phinny, fresh out
Thursday, October 28, 2004 G2R2 (Sportsman) Jeff Kaiser made up for his less-than-stellar Saturday effort with a flag-to-flagger on Sunday, one-and-a-half seconds ahead of Theobald, who in turn was about a half-second in front of Gregory. The first lap was pretty darn exciting, with Cheadle, Rock, Roberts and Sarena Traver all having four-offs. When all four of them properly came