Friday, July 08, 2005 The gist of the giant Road America Race Weekend was Jagermeister and dryer riding… No, wait, that’s another story… The real essence of the weekend was Quentin Wahl. Well, at least as far as the Masters National Guys (and gal) were concerned… Wahl had been absent from the Series for more than a year, but showed
Thursday, July 07, 2005 With one of the largest sold-out Race Series fields in recent memory — 92 seats were accounted for — it was a giant, fun weekend at Road America: Revere Greist set the best lap of the weekend (2:34.163). Quentin Wahl repeated his double Masters win of 2003. Mike Kolacki took his first win after 23 years.
Sunday, July 03, 2005 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – It was a topsy-turvy race weekend at Road America for rounds seven and eight of the Skip Barber National Championship Presented by RACER. Being a drafting track, keeping yourself in the lead pack gives you as good a chance as any to win. Two drivers — one who hadn’t yet shown front-running
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
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
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.
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