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New Participants Can Qualify for $150 Off for Mid-Ohio

 The North American Road Racing Association is making its first ever visit to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course July 3-5, 2015 for the Forgeline Wheels Grand Prix. As a part of our first competition at this legendary circuit, we are pleased to announce that we are offering a first time participant $150 discount off of any 2 or 3 day entry for the Whelen US Time Trial and cialis price in canada US GT road racing series. That means two days of Time Trial competition for as little as $300 or, two days of US GT racing for as little as $650!


Registration is simple; visit and create your login by using the link in the cost of finasteride upper right hand corner of the page. Once you have your confirmation, log in and purchase your competition membership. Then use promo code NEW150 in the discount code box to get your discount!


The Whelen US Time Trial (USTT) is a great place to take your driving to the next level if you already have a number of driver education or track day events in your résumé. Our TT is open to viagra canadian pharmaies street cars. You don't have to have a roll cage, but you do have to have the required driver safety gear. USTT has 3 to 4 competition sessions per day. Each day counts as one round, so eligible drivers can earn points and trophies each day. 


If you are looking for wheel to wheel racing within NARRA, the US GT is open to all fully prepared GT race cars. Drivers must hold a current race license from a recognized sanctioning body. The USGT competition day format is typically a warm-up, followed by a qualifier and a sprint length of around 30 minutes. There is one practice, qualifier, and race on Saturday and one practice, qualifier, and race on Sunday.


For both groups, Friday is an optional practice day, meaning a driver does not have to practice on Friday to race the weekend; however, it certainly helps someone get familiar with our series and operations. Our pricing starts out at $450 for a 2 day Whelen Time Trial entry and herbal propecia can go up from there depending on options. The GT weekend starts at $800 and can vary depending on practice and a few other options.


Both USGT and USTT have 4 classes based on power to weight, so even if a driver has prepared a car for another series, there's a good chance that we have a class in which it fits. The classes are Unlimited which is anything under a 6.25:1 power to weight. GT/TT - 1 are cars 6.25:1 and greater. GT/TT - 2 are cars 7.50:1 and greater. GT/TT - 3 are cars 8.75:1 and greater. A typical field in the USGT includes cars such as the Dodge Viper, Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Mustang and other high-end GT cars. The USTT grid is comprised of visit our site some of those same types of cars, but expands to include tuned Subaru’s, Mitsubishi and more. If you have a question in regards to where a particular car fits within the series, email or call us for help.


Hoosier Racing Tire is the spec tire for all classes and it must come from our supplier or be purchased from the levitra canada support truck at the event. If someone is participating in their first ever NARRA event elects to race on an alternate tire, they are permitted to compete, but no points towards the championship are awarded.


The remaining schedule after Mid-Ohio includes two events at Pittsburgh International Race Complex and New Jersey Motorsports Park. So there are four events all within a days’ drive from one another! 




The Whelen US Time Trial Championship drivers compete against each other by trying to set the fastest time of the day.


Think you have what it takes to compete in the wheel to wheel racing of the USGT series? A $150 discount is available for drivers new to the series at Mid-Ohio.


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Dodge Motorsports South Grand Prix of VIR a Huge Success


The DMS South Grand Prix of VIRginia International Raceway, June 5th-June 7th, Rounds 5 and 6 of the NARRA USGT, USPC, and Whelen TT Championships showcased some great racing as well as the return of the Viper Days Performance Drivers Education.  The weekend was capped off with a new TT1 VIR lap record being laid down by Rick MacPherson guided by driver coach, Derek Eastty, the return to the top of the podium for Mike Hartley, and the crowning of our USPC Champion for 2015. This amazing weekend was capped of by the return to the track by the one and only Sonny Whelen. Both Skip Thomas and cheap india generic viagra Whelen were honored with a banquet including a roast of Thomas and an entertaining live auction for Whelen’s Team Fox Foundation benefiting Parkinson’s disease research.


Jim Booth took the Iron Man award from the weekend racing in both is Ferrari 458  and his Radical SR8, however Chuck Quinton may have had seat time in the greatest number of cockpits sharing time between his 360 Challenge, Ferrari 458, and two Radicals. It was an honor to see Sonny Whelen take the viagra prescription opportunity to get in the driver’s seat and go wheel to wheel with the USGT Class on Saturday. The final highlight of the weekend was seeing some of our Viper Days 2.0 PDE class take entry in the Whelen Time Trial class to test their newly learned skills!


On Saturday, the GT class took to this scenic track under threat of rain but the sun triumphed all day. Fast laps were achieved in GT1 by Frank Lussier in the his NFS Autosport Dodge Viper Comp Coupe (1:55.478), GT2 by Victor Caldarelli Jr. in the 93 Lintz Collision Viper GTS (2:01.372), GT3 by Zach Davis in his Corvette Z06 (2:06.685), and GTU by Jim Stout in the Viper Comp Coupe (1:55.668). An early yellow flag regrouped the field early and what ensued an exciting restart. Russ Oasis dove inside on turn one raising the hair of order viagra canada all involved on the restart. Stout, even while adapting to a new car was able to mount a chase after Lussier taking the GTU and overall win. Hartley suffering from power steering issues fell to the back of the field but still finished third in class. Saturday’s race concluded with the difference in first and second being 0.376 and third through sixth being less than five seconds.


Saturday’s PC class saw a very tight start with cars stringing out over a 16 lap race but coming together for one of the most exciting wins of the weekend. Naris Nilubol and Bob Wheless saw engine troubles leaving them in pit lane to watching the how to get cialis no prescription field battle it out. Chuck Quinton made a strong showing in PR3 with a rented Radical SR3 turning a 1:57.911 for first in class. However Jim Garrett made a thrilling last lap charge after Jim Booth to canadian healthcare take the overall race win and first in PR1.


Rick MacPherson in his TopSpeed Motorsports Nissan GTR won the Whelen Time Trials, on Saturday with a fast lap of 1:53.939 in session 4, also good for the TT1 class win. Rick managed to best every one in the TT field but would continue looking for more speed on Sunday. Leland Blanding piloted his Chevy NASCAR Sprint COT around the track with impressive skill as the rear end seemed to want to step out at every corner turning a fast lap of 1:59.960 in session 1 good for the TTU win. Bruce Chapman saw some demons from Watkins Glen return in the form of mechanical issues but not before completing a 2:22.915 lap in session 1 for the TT2 win in his Subaru STi.


The post-race social time that the NARRA drivers and crew have become accustomed to continued on Saturday night as the group came together for a banquet and purchase cialis in china the comical roast of Viper Days legend, Skip Thomas. An auction was also held to benefit Team Fox with Sonny Whelen. Oasis MCed the evening, welcoming the likes of Stout, Louden, John Archer and even Whelen himself to the podium for some words. Each shared a story or memory of i recommend skip that entertained the crowd and turned the viagra low price roastee beet-faced with dismay, laughter, and emotion. Thomas then had his revenge on the crowd by taking the auction live putting up donations from the racers and attendees for bid. Some great items were auctioned off to the crowd (some willing, some not so willing) and a after an emotional video from Whelen on the impact of Parkinson’s on his life, almost $3000 was raised for charity.


Sunday saw the continuation of the improbable sun and heat making for a perfect race day.  The Prototype class drivers took to the track for the last chance at the overall USPC series wins. Quinton would take to his second Radical SR8 pulling out a second place finish in PRU, but not after some thrilling moments with Booth in turn one through the first 5 laps. Quinton would exit early with a mechanical issue leaving the class win to Booth in PRU. Naris Nilubol would suffer the same fate as Quinton sacrificing his second engine of the weekend as the heat grew but turning a 1:55.581 for second in PR1 but scoring enough points for second in the over USPC Championship Series. Jim Garrett would complete 15 laps with a fast lap of 1:50.164 for the over all class win, PR1 win, and eventually seal the deal for Garret USPC Championship Series Win for 2015.


Sunday’s USGT race was exciting from the moment that the green flag dropped. As Hartley and Lussier approached the line and the green dropped, Lussier jumped on the gas a touch too hard, spinning the online viagra prescriptions tires and look there giving the advantage to Hartley. Lussier would keep Hartely within eyesight but never managing get to the bumper to make a move. Hartley would not surrender and inch managing to turn the fastest GT lap of the weekend with a 1:52.709. Stout would continue his great weekend in the new car reeling off a 1:55.453 for third in GTU. Booth continued his Iron Man weekend by posting a 1:56.314 and the win in GT1. Davis would repeat his Saturday victory with a win in GT3 on Sunday and Caldarelli would do the same in GT2.


During the Whelen Time Trials on Sunday, MacPherson delivered what he was looking for on Saturday. Conditions seemed just right for him and his driver coach, Derek Eastty to set the GTR up for the best TT lap of the weekend. His lap of 1:53.773 would be good enough for the TT1 win for the day, Time Trial overall for the weekend, and most impressively, a NARRA Whelen TT1 VIR track record! Husband and wife duo of Richard Sewell and Beth Sewell would round out TT1 in their Dodge Vipers. Paul Koczkur in a Dodge Viper SRT10 with a 2:39.807 would champion TT2. The Saturday  TT3 class introduced a new driver to competition. Justin Price in his Porsche 911 GTS would step up and take the leap from Viper Days 2.0 PDE to TT posting a 2:16.611 and a win for the class. Blanding was able to rectify the handling issues in the NASCAR through a track bar adjustment enabling him to take TTU with a 1:59.389.


Racing in the NARRA USGT and Whelen TT classes continues at the formidable Mid-Ohio Race Course over the weekend of July 3rd through the 5th. Mid-Ohio is the second stop for the Great Lakes Cup and will likely see the return of Brian Faessler to Whelen Time Trials to challenge MacPherson. Mid-Ohio will provide our GT racers with a 2.25-mile, 13-turn circuit and viagra 100 mg price a great platform to see if Hartley can continue his winning way, Stout can master his new vehicle, or if Louden, Lussier, Oasis make a run to the top. Be sure to log on to soon for registration and to make travel plans!

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USPC drivers Jim Garrett, Naris Nilubol, Chuck Quinton, and Jim Booth celebrate on the podium

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USGT drivers Steve Loudin and Kathy Stout enjoy a cold drink after the race

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USGT drivers Frank Lussier and Mike Hartley congratulate each other after the race


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Dodge Motorsports South GP of Virginia International Preview

Today is the last day for early registration for the DMS South Grand Prix of Virginia International Raceway with the North American Road Racing Association (NARRA)! Make sure you sign up today for one of our biggest events of the season!


VIR is a “bucket list” track for many drivers and the track enhancements that took place in 2014 only added to the popularity of levitra canada online this circuit. Roller Coaster, Hog Pen, Oak Tree; The famous turns of this course are surrounded by some of the most scenic views in motorsports.


All three NARRA series (USGT, USPC and USTT) and the Viper Days driver education program will be utilizing the 3.27 mile full course of VIR.  VIR has been promoting this event to their race fans and we hope to have an even bigger crowd on hand than we did on 2014.


After the first four rounds of this season, the points race in the USGT is very close in both the GT Unlimited and GT1 class. Tom Antonelli is currently on top of the GTU leader board thanks to his strong finishes in each round of the championship so far. Ray Sweers is not far behind in second place, but Mike Hartley is anxious to move up from third after a tough weekend at Watkins Glen International (WGI). Brian Faessler*, after missing the opening rounds at Road Atlanta, collected two, second place finishes at WGI. With that strong weekend, Faessler is already in the mix for the championship.


 GT1 is led by Russ Oasis and he couldn’t be happier having to defend his position at what he calls his favorite track. Second through fourth in GT1 is separated by only 12 points. Frank Lussier, Dave Moore, and Steve Loudin are all in contention and we could see the rankings shuffle after this race.


 In GT2, the Chuck Quinton and Victor Caldarelli battle will be great to watch after the tight competition the duo had a few weeks ago at WGI. Will it be the gele viagra power of the Ferrari or the Viper that proves dominant at VIR?


The GT3 championship is also very close between Zach Davis and John Walczak. Davis has won all four rounds in the GT3 class so far this season, but Walczak certainly isn’t making it easy for him. Both drivers have had to make some car adjustments after the weekend at WGI, so this could be another close race between the two drivers.


In the US Prototype championship (USPC), Jim Garrett leads both the PR1 class and is the overall points leader. Again proving that scoring points in each round is critical to the championship, Garrett has finished well in each round so far. If his consistency continues, he could walk away from the DMS South Grand Prix with more than one trophy. The rounds at VIR are the season finale for the 2015 USPC championship and Garrett wants to put his name on the very first title trophy.


The Whelen US Time Trial series has been all Philip Grabow so far this season. With control over both the TT2 class and the overall championship, Grabow hopes to extend his lead at VIR.


The DMS South Grand Prix at VIR promises to be an exciting event. The track will be busy throughout the weekend with all kinds of GT and sportscar action. Practice day is Friday and the competition rounds are Saturday and Sunday! Don’t miss your opportunity to get on track at VIR with NARRA! If you want to come just to watch the racing, tickets are available from VIR either in advance or at the gate!

 *Correction; Faessler intended to contend for the USTT Championship, not the USGT. The championship point tables have been updated to reflect this. 

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