Masters National, Road America

Friday, July 01, 2005 Race 1 Qualifying, Road America, SB Masters National, July 1, 2005 Friday session: 1. Quentin Wahl, 2:35.515 / 92.596 mph 2. Chris Willcox, 2:35.765 3. Dick Lippert, 2:35.821 4. John Mayes, 2:36.502 5. Jeff Kaiser, 2:36.790 6. Peter Tucker, 2:36.881 7. John Greist, 2:36.918 8. Mike Edwards, 2:37.167 9. John Peterson, 2:37.317 10. Dario Cioti, 2:37.717

SBNC at Road America

Friday, July 01, 2005 Friday Practice times, Road America, SBNC, July 1, 2005 Friday session: 1. Jordy Vorrath, 2:32.924 / 94.164 mph 2. Matt Varsha, 2:33.006 / 94.114 3. Andy Rossetto, 2:33.646 4. Jonathan Goring, 2:33.706 5. Gerardo Bonilla, 2:33.930 6. Richard Heistand, 2:34.889 7. Alan Sciuto, 2:34.912 8. Cole Nelson, 2:34.952 9. Peter Ludwig, 2:35.036 10. Garrett Zine, 2:35.429

It’s here, it’s big, and it’s sold out

Wednesday, June 29, 2005 The all singing-all dancing event at Road America is this weekend! What are we talking about? It’s a Midwestern and Eastern and National and Masters National Championship Race Weekend. And it’s the first leg of the Midwest Triple Crown Championships! We could accommodate 85 racers — and we sold the last seat two days ago. There

Race Series at The Glen

Saturday, June 11, 2005 WATKINS GLEN – Watkins Glen International needed another series for their Rolex Sports Car race weekend lineup. Who they gonna call? How about the best open-wheel amateur series in America? That’s right, the Skip Barber Race Series. Thus begat the Skip Barber Racing “Watkins Glen Invitational,” an all-star race of sorts. Two races, actually, because that’s

W.G. Invitational: Race Two Qualifying

Saturday, June 11, 2005 Starting Grid After Qualifying for Race Two, Saturday, Watkins Glen, SBRS Invitational R2 Qualifying: 1. Sy Aryeh, 2:10.730 / 92.093 mph 2. John Mayes, 2:11.241 / 93.264 3. Michael Gomez, 2:11.673 4. Ivo Guerguev, 2:11.867 5. Peter Ludwig, 2:11.907 6. Keith Lorentzen, 2:12.219 7. Charles Anti, 2:12.293 8. Dick Lippert, 2:12.529 9. Keith Fisher, 2:13.076 10.

W.G. Invitational Race One: Darn Good Race

Friday, June 10, 2005 WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – Sy Aryeh took a come-from-behind win in the first of the weekend’s two Watkins Glen Invitational races. Charles Anti was second and Dick Lippert third. Full report tomorrow (Saturday). Special Note! Roberto Moreno was a last-second add to the field. Find out why tomorrow! The start: Aryeh is the red #68, Ludwig

W.G. Invitational: Race One Starting Grid

Friday, June 10, 2005 WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – Sy Aryeh pipped Peter Ludwig for pole for this afternoon’s first of two Skip Barber Racing’s Watkins Glen Invitational races. Dick Lippert, Ivo Guerguev, Charles Anti and Murray Marden round out the first three rows. It was a 20-minute session, so if you didn’t come in for any set-up changes, you could

Watkins Glen Invitational: Final Friday Practice Times

Friday, June 10, 2005 Aryeh (68) and Ludwig (94) were again at the top of the time sheets. Qualifying for race one is 11:30 a.m. Final Practice Times, Friday, Watkins Glen, SBRS Invitational Session 1: 1. Peter Ludwig, 2:12.572 / 92.327 mph 2. Sy Aryeh, 2:12.782 / 92.181 3. Ivo Guerguev, 2:13.192 4. Keith Lorentzen, 2:13.311 5. John Mayes, 2:13.618

Watkins Glen Invitational: Aryeh Sets Fastest Lap

Thursday, June 09, 2005 WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – On the last lap of this morning’s first practice session — when the track and ambient temps were at their coolest — Sy Aryeh put up what would be the fastest lap of the day, a 2:12.016. He backed it up with a 2:12.838 in the much hotter 11:30 a.m. session, then

Two Very Special Skip Barber Races at the Glen

Monday, June 06, 2005 LAKEVILLE, Conn. – More than 20 top drivers from the Skip Barber Race Series — plus last year’s Daytona Rolex 24 Hour race winner — are entered in two special “Skip Barber Invitational” races at Watkins Glen International this weekend (June 10-12) supporting the Rolex Sports Car Series/Grand-Am Cup ”Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen.” Twelve

LimeRockRacer Goes to the Glen

Thursday, June 02, 2005 Well, gang, this is my little story and I wanted to share it with my brothers and sisters of the church of racing. This past Sunday I worshiped in the house of the Glen. And my, what a beautiful place it is. Cold, but beautiful all the same. Lord knows I have had my troubles inching

East & Midwest Race Series at Watkins Glen

Wednesday, June 01, 2005 The thunder rolled across the track once a day usually in time to soak groups four and five but occasionally the sun shone and Chris Weldon, Jared Fisher, Randy Youngsma and Ari Gatoff had their first wins in an action packed Watkins Glen. Midwest Sportsman Race 1 At the start Adrian Dixon took off with pole

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