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This weekend take a look back at VIR, and relive all the action from Texas with  
Winner of Round 9, Jim Stout (C) stands with 3rd placed LP Montour (L) and 2nd placed Tom Antonelli (R) on the NARRA podium at VIR. Photo by NARRA
The Coastal Pet Motorsports team took six podiums at Virginia International Raceway, July 12-14, including two wins for Jim Stout as he debuted his new GT-U Viper in dominant fashion and Kathy Stout recorded her maiden victory in GT-2. The other stars for the weekend included Michael Hartley, who stormed through for second in GT-U during the second race, back to back GT-1 winner Harry Blazer, and Ron Farmer.
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Round 9
 
Sunday turned into a busy day for the US GT Championship drivers after inclement weather postponed Saturday's race.

While the starting order was already set from Saturday's qualifying session, with Jim Stout (GT-U, Oakley / Cool Shirt Viper Comp Coupe), Harry Blazer (GT-1, Competition Source Porsche GT3 Cup) and Ron Farmer (GT-2, US LED Racing Corvette Z06) taking their respective class poles, the result of Sunday morning's warm-up raised a few eyebrows.

Tom Antonelli (All Chicago Fleet Maintenance Viper Comp Coupe) set the cialis information fastest GT-U and overall time overall, while pole-sitter Jim Stout was down the order in sixth. Frank Lussier (NFS Engineering Viper Comp Coupe) also impressed, setting the fastest GT-1 time from Scott Welham and Steve Loudin, while Nathan Stokey's Comp Coupe was still out of action with the same brakes issues that had plagued him through Saturday qualifying.

It then went from bad to worse for Stokey and the Synergy Sign & Graphics TNM Motorsports team before the green flag had even flown, as Antonelli (GT-U) slowed abruptly on the warm-up lap. Bryan Leonard (GT-U) stopped in time, but Stokey (GT-1) was caught by surprise and plowed into the back of the buy levitra pill SpeedSouth Corvette Z06, leaving both cars with serious damage.

While Stokey limped back around to pitlane and canadian viagra and healthcare out of the race, Leonard continued albeit hampered by a destroyed rear diffuser.

In to turn one Welham (Viper Comp Coupe) managed to get around Loudin (Tricel Honeycomb Racing Viper Comp Coupe) to take away third in the GT-1 class. 

A duel between GT-U front runners Michael Hartley (Dezigns Construction Viper Comp Coupe), Louis-Philippe Montour (Coastal Pet Motorsports Viper ACR-X) and Antonelli then ended with Antonelli spinning, sending him to the back of the field. 

Montour's run in third place was short-lived when he was forced to make a pit stop.

Kathy Stout (Oakley / CoolShirt Viper Comp Coupe) soon relegated Dave Mazyck (Archer Racing Viper ACR) and Joe Moholland (Corvette Z06) to third and fourth in the GT-2 class, locking the men in an epic battle which saw them side by side the entire way from turn one to www.ylejoe.parnu.ee turn four.

After working his way up through the field, Antonelli was lucky not to collect the tire wall when he had another mishap, this time in turn three.

That corner claimed another victim on lap seven, as a half spin helped put Mazyck behind Moholland, while ahead fellow GT-2 contender Farmer had a minor moment in turn four. 

Meanwhile down on pace without vital downforce, Leonard (GT-U) put on a great show trying to keep the http://www.samskritabharatiusa.org/online-medicines-rx-cialis-viagra-order GT-1 car of canada meds Welham at bay. However both drivers' plans came unstuck on lap nine when the torque tube in Leonard's Vette broke. In the resulting commotion Welham dropped to fourth in GT-1 behind Loudin.

The same lap Michael Hartley bowed out with an overheating car to leave Jim Stout to take a dominant outright victory from Harry Blazer, who managed to keep Frank Lussier at bay for the GT-1 win. Home fourth overall Steve Loudin completed the GT-1 podium, while Scott Welham recorded an impressive fourth in class in his series debut.
Kathy Stout (#11) took her first victory at VIR, a track she is part owner of. 
Photo by NARRA
Lap nine also saw Mazyck capitalize to reclaim second in the GT-2 class as he and Moholland were lapped by Jim Stout.


A lap later Ron Farmer undid his perfect race, overshooting turn one and later complained of brake issues. Regardless of the reason his demise meant the day would well and truly belong to online us levitra the Coastal Pet Motorsport team as Kathy Stout took her first US GT Championship win in the GT-2 class from Mazyck and Moholland.

The day was made even sweeter for team boss Jeff Stout as Louis-Philippe Montour's third place behind Tom Antonelli (2nd) and Jim Stout in the GT-U class gave the team yet another podium.

 

Round 10


Because of the condensed schedule, the starting order for Round 10 was determined by the finishing order of Round 9, meaning Jim Stout and Harry Blazer would share the front row, while stars like Louis-Philippe Montour, Michael Hartley and it's great! Nathan Stokey would have their work cut out from the viagra next day uk rear of the grid. 

Missing from the field altogether were Keith Prociuk and Tom Leonard after both succumbed to mechanical issues. Dave Moore was another watched from the sidelines as the field took the green after his Viper Comp Coupe failed to leave the form-up area. 

Straight away Hartley and Stokey showed they meant business, going three wide with Farmer through turn one.

Up front, Stout immediately pulled away as Harry Blazer and Frank Lussier started where they left off, fighting for the GT-1 lead. This time however, Lussier found a way past the Porsche pilot after only two laps, and began to create a gap.

Meanwhile, after Scott Welham had spun out of contention in turn five, Steve Loudin (GT-1) was left comfortably sitting third in class. 

Michael Hartley (#53) charged hard during the second race to finish second in class and overall. Photo by NARRA
Round 9
 
Sunday turned into a busy day for the US GT Championship drivers after inclement weather postponed Saturday's race.

While the starting order was already set from Saturday's qualifying session, with Jim Stout (GT-U, Oakley / Cool Shirt Viper Comp Coupe), Harry Blazer (GT-1, Competition Source Porsche GT3 Cup) and Ron Farmer (GT-2, US LED Racing Corvette Z06) taking their respective class poles, the result of Sunday morning's warm-up raised a few eyebrows.

Tom Antonelli (All Chicago Fleet Maintenance Viper Comp Coupe) set the fastest GT-U and overall time overall, while pole-sitter Jim Stout was down the order in sixth. Frank Lussier (NFS Engineering Viper Comp Coupe) also impressed, setting the fastest GT-1 time from Scott Welham and Steve Loudin, while Nathan Stokey's Comp Coupe was still out of action with the same brakes issues that had plagued him through Saturday qualifying.

It then went from bad to worse for Stokey and the Synergy Sign & Graphics TNM Motorsports team before the green flag had even flown, as Antonelli (GT-U) slowed abruptly on the warm-up lap. Bryan Leonard (GT-U) stopped in time, but Stokey (GT-1) was caught by surprise and plowed into the back of the SpeedSouth Corvette Z06, leaving both cars with serious damage.

While Stokey limped back around to pitlane and out of the race, Leonard continued albeit hampered by a destroyed rear diffuser.

In to turn one Welham (Viper Comp Coupe) managed to get around Loudin (Tricel Honeycomb Racing Viper Comp Coupe) to take away third in the GT-1 class. 

A duel between GT-U front runners Michael Hartley (Dezigns Construction Viper Comp Coupe), Louis-Philippe Montour (Coastal Pet Motorsports Viper ACR-X) and Antonelli then ended with Antonelli spinning, sending him to the back of the field. 

Montour's run in third place was short-lived when he was forced to make a pit stop.

Kathy Stout (Oakley / CoolShirt Viper Comp Coupe) soon relegated Dave Mazyck (Archer Racing Viper ACR) and Joe Moholland (Corvette Z06) to third and fourth in the GT-2 class, locking the men in an epic battle which saw them side by side the entire way from turn one to turn four.

After working his way up through the field, Antonelli was lucky not to collect the tire wall when he had another mishap, this time in turn three.

That corner claimed another victim on lap seven, as a half spin helped put Mazyck behind Moholland, while ahead fellow GT-2 contender Farmer had a minor moment in turn four. 

Meanwhile down on pace without vital downforce, Leonard (GT-U) put on a great show trying to keep the GT-1 car of Welham at bay. However both drivers' plans came unstuck on lap nine when the torque tube in Leonard's Vette broke. In the resulting commotion Welham dropped to fourth in GT-1 behind Loudin.

The same lap Michael Hartley bowed out with an overheating car to leave Jim Stout to take a dominant outright victory from Harry Blazer, who managed to keep Frank Lussier at bay for the GT-1 win. Home fourth overall Steve Loudin completed the GT-1 podium, while Scott Welham recorded an impressive fourth in class in his series debut.
Kathy Stout (#11) took her first victory at VIR, a track she is part owner of. 
Photo by NARRA
Lap nine also saw Mazyck capitalize to reclaim second in the GT-2 class as he and Moholland were lapped by Jim Stout.


A lap later Ron Farmer undid his perfect race, overshooting turn one and later complained of brake issues. Regardless of the reason his demise meant the day would well and truly belong to the Coastal Pet Motorsport team as Kathy Stout took her first US GT Championship win in the GT-2 class from Mazyck and Moholland.

The day was made even sweeter for team boss Jeff Stout as Louis-Philippe Montour's third place behind Tom Antonelli (2nd) and Jim Stout in the GT-U class gave the team yet another podium.

 

Round 10


Because of the condensed schedule, the starting order for Round 10 was determined by the finishing order of Round 9, meaning Jim Stout and Harry Blazer would share the front row, while stars like Louis-Philippe Montour, Michael Hartley and Nathan Stokey would have their work cut out from the rear of the grid. 

Missing from the field altogether were Keith Prociuk and Tom Leonard after both succumbed to mechanical issues. Dave Moore was another watched from the sidelines as the field took the green after his Viper Comp Coupe failed to leave the form-up area. 

Straight away Hartley and Stokey showed they meant business, going three wide with Farmer through turn one.

Up front, Stout immediately pulled away as Harry Blazer and Frank Lussier started where they left off, fighting for the GT-1 lead. This time however, Lussier found a way past the Porsche pilot after only two laps, and began to create a gap.

Meanwhile, after Scott Welham had spun out of contention in turn five, Steve Loudin (GT-1) was left comfortably sitting third in class. 

Michael Hartley (#53) charged hard during the second race to finish second in class and overall. Photo by NARRA
Amazingly storming up from thirteenth on free cialis samples the grid to be fifth outright by lap two, Michael Hartley was now hot on Loudin's heels. Determined not to let Stout run away, Hartley had passed a staggering six cars in a one lap alone.

Also well and truly on the move was Stokey, who was up to seventh by the third lap, before his race was cruelly cut short.

Released by Loudin, Hartley continued his pursuit, while behind him Louis-Philippe Montour was doing the same. However, on the way through the French Canadian gave the field a European greeting, first kissing Antonelli on the left in turn one and then Loudin on the right, as the pair navigated VIR's famous Oak Tree turn. His actions drawing the attention of NARRA Chief Steward Terry Earwood after the cheaper viagra levitra cialis race.

A lap later disaster struck Lussier when cut tire put an end to soft cialis his hopes, promoting Blazer back into the lead of wow it's great GT-1 and Loudin into second.

By lap eight Hartley had worked his way up to second overall and he continued to close on Stout until the checker flag flew. However with a sixteen-second gap, Stout's race was never in jeopardy. It was clear from the lap times he had been cruising to his second victory for the weekend in what was the perfect debut of his new Viper. 

Regardless, the drive of the day undoubtedly went to second placed Hartley, who had claimed eleven spots by the end of the thirteen lap race. Montour completed the GT-U podium, while Tom Antonelli ended his strong run with fourth in class.

After fending off Lee Saunders for seven straight laps, Russ Oasis finished a well deserved third in the GT-1 class. He took to the podium alongside second placed Loudin and Harry Blazer, who held up the 1st place trophy twice in the same day.

Critically passing Kathy Stout during lap one, Ron Farmer took the GT-2 win from Stout and Dave Mazyck.


Sunday's results took Coastal Pet Motorsport's tally to six podium finishes for the weekend, and more importantly Stout's back to back victory proved his new purple machine again the one to beat.

However this isn't the last chance local and regional racers will have to test themselves against Stout and the rest of the US GT Championship field at VIR. The series returns October 2-5 to support the American Le Mans Series, giving all SCCA, NASA, club and order discount viagra amateur racers the unique opportunity to cialis online store race their cars in front of huge crowds at one of the nation's greatest tracks. 

For those looking for something sooner, the series next travels to Pittsburg International Race Complex (formally BeaveRun), August 16-18, before gracing the propecia for hair loss exclusive Monticello Motor Club, September 6-8. The season ends at the spiritual home of how to buy viagra online North American sportscar racing, Sebring International Raceway, November 22-24. Entries are still being accepted for all events.

  

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2013 NARRA Event Calendar

  

Feb 15-17   Texas World Speedway - College, TX

March         TBA

Apr 12-14    Road Atlanta - Braselton, GA

May 17-19  Watkins Glen International - Watkins Glen, NY
Jun 7-9        New Jersey Motorsports Park - Millville, NJ

Jul 12-14     Virginia International Raceway - Alton, VA

Aug 16-18   Pitt Race (formally Beaver Run) - Wampum, PA

Sep 6-8       Monticello Motor Club - Monticello, NY

Oct              TBA

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Mar 23-25 INDE Motorsports Ranch - Willcox, AZ
 
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May 11-13 Road America - Elkhart Lake, WI
 
June 8-10 New Jersey Motorsports Park - Millville, NJ
 
July 6-8 Virginia International Raceway - Alton, VA
 
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Dave Moore approaches the high-speed esses at VIR. © NARRA
Tom Fisher finished 5th in the GT-U class in race 2. © NARRA
Bryan Leonard put on a great display despite damage to his Vette. © NARRA
Russ Oasis and Dave Moore discuss the first race. © NARRA
Kathy Stout took her first victory. © NARRA
Frank Lussier looked set to win Sunday's second race until a cut tire took him out of contention. © NARRA
Michael Hartley and Jim Stout chat with a race fan. © NARRA
Wet weather Pirelli tires mounted on Forgeline rims ready for a USGTC car.
Rain postponed race 1 to Sunday. 
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Keith Prociuk, a leading TT-1 driver is also making quite the mark in GT-1. © NARRA
Harry Blazer rounds the Oak Tree corner without the Oak Tree. © NARRA
Final preparations are made to Michael Hartley's Comp Coupe. © NARRA
Jim Stout's new Viper is the new benchmark in GT-U. © NARRA
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