Skip Barber Racing School LLC Donates to Katrina Relief Effort

Friday, September 16, 2005 The following are excerpts from a Company press release. Our thanks to the many Series racers and employees that made this possible. Skip Barber Racing School LLC, the world leader in automotive education and training, will donate over $9,000 to the American Red Cross as part of the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. The donation was announced

This Year’s Red Bull Picks Are — Yet Again — SBRS grads

Thursday, September 15, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – Following the Red Bull Driver Search run-off at Sebring September 14, the two drivers that Red Bull will to fly to Estoril, Portugal, next month for the “final test” at Autodromo Fernanda Pires da Silva are Casey Neal and Ryan Phinney. Both drivers are Skip Barber Three Day graduates, both raced in the

Mid-Ohio: 80+ Drivers Converge for Midwest, East & Masters National

Friday, September 09, 2005 Photo of the Year! Ace lensman and driver Adrian Dixon got this tremendous shot: Look how the right-rear of this driver’s car is being rubbed by the left-front of the car behind. Amazing… Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is yet another of the large number of race tracks we run at that are easily one of the

Vorrath Wins Race — But One Day Too Late

Wednesday, September 07, 2005 LEXINGTON, Ohio – In 2004, Gerardo Bonilla won four races in the Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER, but finished second to champion Marco Andretti, who won once. This year, Bonilla again won four times, but this time he’s the champion. And a $100,000 richer. The year’s last two races would be at Mid-Ohio Sports

Pass for Cash

Tuesday, September 06, 2005 LEXINGTON, Ohio – Gerardo Bonilla didn’t need the last two races of the year to clinch the title. All he needed was today’s. Taking advantage of a slight Matt Varsha bobble out of the Keyhole corner at Mid-Ohio, Bonilla passed the polesitter and race leader on lap 12 of 17 and stayed in front to win

Willcox Wrangles Another Masters National Title

Monday, September 05, 2005 The second to the last Masters National weekend was at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and we saw absolutely picture-perfect weather. Sunny with out hardly a cloud in the sky. Low humidity. Temperatures that ranged from 65 in the a.m. to the low 80s in the afternoon. The racing was awesome from front to back, and several

SBNC Finale: It’s All Down to Mid-Ohio

Wednesday, August 31, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – So here it is. The Skip Barber National’s final two races of the year, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, early next week. It’s been an extremely close-fought battle already, between Gerardo Bonilla, Jordy Vorrath and Cole Nelson. Bonilla leads by 13 over Vorrath, and 19 over Nelson. Any of these three drivers can

Two Mad Scrambles at Road America

Saturday, August 20, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – Over the past six Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER races, Gerardo Bonilla’s points lead has shrunk from 31 down to 13. He finished sixth and fourth in the two races this weekend (rounds 11 and 12) at Road America. At Mont-Tremblant a month ago, he had two fourths. But it’s

Andy Dandy Again; Rossetto Takes His Second Pole of the Weekend

Friday, August 19, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – Andy Rossetto did it again. Decisively proving his speed here at Road America is real, Rossetto took pole for Saturday’s second of two races. Yesterday, the Grafton, Wis., native had taken the pole for this afternoon’s race. In the Skip Barber National’s first visit to Road America in early July (for rounds

Rounds 11 & 12 of the National

Thursday, August 18, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – With the ALMS and Road America having been generous with Thursday’s test-day track time, the Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER had four sessions; three practice, plus qualifying for race one tomorrow afternoon. In the morning’s first practice, championship leader Gerardo Bonilla edged Andy Rossetto (who won one of the two

Another Giant Race Weekend

Thursday, August 04, 2005 Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant never disappoints: The weather, apart from a brief sprinkle on Friday, was spectacular. The track is fast, safe and fun and the racing was close and furious. It was the second “giant” weekend in a row, as this was a combo of Eastern Series, Midwest Series and Masters National ( see separate story

Masters at the Trembling Mountain

Tuesday, August 02, 2005 Race One: From the pole (his “usual” starting position), Chris Willcox led the field to the green. From fourth on the grid, Jimmy Locke got a good start and was third as they crossed the start line and by the time he exited Turns One and Two, he was into P2 over John Mayes. On lap

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