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NARRA Whelen USTTC Sebring Review

 The North American Road Racing Association completed the is something similar to cialis for women 2014 season of the Whelen USTime Trial series at the PartsRack Grand Prix of Sebring on Saturday. Eighteen cars across four different classes took the circuit to see who could produce the one ultimate lap around Sebring’s 3.7 miles of concrete. With the final round scored as a double points round, more than one driver was looking to secure or advance their position in the championship.

 

TT-3 class NARRA regulars, Chris Wirth (Street Tuned Motorsports Mitsubishi Evolution), Travis LeMaire (Subaru STi), and John Walczak (CorningData.com, DSglobal.com, Lotus of Pittsburgh, Lotus Exige S) quickly found they had their work cut out for them. Local racers, familiar with the track, had turned up in large numbers. Local, Chuck Quinton (Ferrari), was the early leader with a 2:18.719. Wirth found his best lap in the second session with a 2.20.926, but was not able to american viagra company better Quinton. Zach Davis (Corvette) collected a 2:25.719 in his first session and it was quick enough to stay ahead of drugstore LeMaire and Walczak for the lowest price viagra online day, earning him 3rd place. Once the day was complete, Wirth had secured the TT-3 national championship title. Walczak earned the points he needed to push past an absent Joe Ascoli (Kaizen Tuning Mitsubishi Evolution) in the championship race, finishing 2nd and 3rd respectively. Wirth also collected the Bad Boyzz Garage hard charger award, having driven 1300 miles one-way to and from the event in the very same car he competed in.

 

The TT-2 class battle was between Rick MacPherson (Finspeed Nissan GTR) and Dan Raver (Agile Automotive Subaru STi). The national championship would be decided by the day’s results. Separated by only ½ of a second after the levitra and canada custom first session, the fight was on. MacPherson ran a best 2:13.740 and collected 1st place and the national championship title. Raver had registered a 2:14.253 and 2nd place in the national championship title race. Joe Moholland (Corvette) recorded a 2:17.714 and completed the podium taking the 3rd place trophy for the day and 3rd in the national championship. Moholland was also awarded the 2014 Brian Angen trophy for sportsmanship. He was regularly seen helping other NARRA members and purchase discount viagra on the internet is himself a fair and honest competitor. Often without any additional help of his own, his work ethic meant he was the perfect choice for the award.

 

TT-1 was witness to several NARRA newcomers and became a Viper versus Corvette showdown. Matt Terrico (Flat Out Motorsports Viper) used the power of cheapest viagra uk his ACR-X to dial up a 2:17.406 and take the win. The double points round also meant he clinched 3rd place in the championship. Jim Smiley (Viper) stayed ahead of Wayne Garner (Xtreme Supercars, Big Sky Aviation Corvette) and the pair finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. Garner received additional accolades, as he was the sponsor that provided NARRA with a fifth generation Viper for use as official pace car. Victor Caldarelli Jr. (Lintz Collision Viper), had the national championship title locked up before the buy tramadol online without perscription race began and was crowned as the champion. Allen Stieg (Viper), having scored well at the VIR and Pittsburgh rounds, earned 2nd place in the championship.

 

A new competitor to NARRA, Bob Knoerzer (Nissan GTR), took the TT-U class win with a 2:16.743. Angel Serano (Nissan GTR) took 2nd place a 2:19.285. NARRA regular Mansen Way (Hero Reward Viper), found himself in 3rd place with a 2:22.159. Way’s finish moved him into 2nd place in the overall national championship race, followed by Mike McGinnis (Innovative Tuning Subaru) in 3rd. Brian Faessler (Paul’s Automotive Ford Mustang) was on hand to watch the action but did not need to http://peyups.com/cheap-levitra-online-pharmacy put his car on track. He had already collected enough points to ensure his title after multiple wins earlier in the season and was crowned the champion.

       

 
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NARRA USGTC Finals at Sebring

 The drivers of the NARRA USGT Championship series squared off against one another in the final points round of 2014 at the PartsRack Grand Prix of Sebring. The final race did not disappoint and resulted in some of the most exciting racing of the season. With championships on the line, and the final round scored as double points, finishing well was critical.

 

In GT3 class qualifying, David Ricci (South East Guardrail Chevrolet Camaro) was the class leader by more than five seconds over John Walczak (CorningData.com, DSglobal.com, Lotus of Pittsburgh, Lotus Exige S). However, Ricci was ordered to the rear of the grid by officials for missing the mandatory pre-race drivers meeting. He pushed hard and set the fastest GT3 lap of the race and tramadol discount finished 3rd. Ahead of Ricci, in the closest USGT finish of the season, Zach Davis (Chevrolet Corvette) and Walczak crossed the www.aebm.org line only 0.362 seconds apart. Davis crossed the line first for the win followed by Walczak in 2nd. Ricci scored the GT3 championship title and Walczak climbed to 2nd. David Richardson finished 3rd.

 

The GT2 class pole sitter Tom Atherton (Iguana Mia Restaurants of SW Florida Viper) led the class from the start and never looked back. He took the win followed by David Greenman (RH Motorsports Corvette). Joe Moholland, having also competed in the Time Trial competition finished in third place. Unfortunately a mechanical issue prevented Moholland from making a run at the lead and he was forced to return to the paddock early in the race. Moholland had the last laugh however, taking the GT2 championship for the season. Greenman consistently finished every race he was in this year and earned 2nd overall. Atherton’s points earned him 3rd place overall in the championship.

 

Barry Davison (Autoquest Porsche 911) had earned the GT1 class pole with a 2:09.383 over Johnathan Summerton’s (Flat Out Motorsports Viper) 2:09.615. Russ Oasis (PartsRack Viper), Kathy Stout (Coastal Pet Viper), and Keith Prociuk (HP Tuners, Archer Racing, Bad Boyzz Camaro), completed the grid. With less than 3 seconds separating top from the bottom, the class was setting themselves up for another great race. Once the green flag dropped, Davison never relented, earning the class victory. Oasis and Stout took advantage of Summerton’s misfortune when he ran out of fuel on the last lap. At the checker, Oasis was 2nd and Stout 3rd. Prociuk, while finishing 5th in the race, was the seasons top GT1 points winner and was crowned as the 2014 GT1 champion. Oasis claimed 2nd and Stout 3rd.

 

The GTU points leader Jim Stout (Viper) was faced with major competition from two pro series drivers, Dan Knox (ACS Manufacturing, Inc. Viper) and Louis-Philippe Montour (Lebon, Complete Performance, Nord Quest Viper). Even with the challenge ahead, Stout opted to change tires and http://ktgr.com/buy-viagra-online-using-paypal start from the rear of the grid. Knox had won the GTU pole and led the field to stonetemplepilots.com the green flag. Once the action began, Knox opened up a lead on the rest of the field, recording a best lap of 2:03.633. Knox appeared to back off slightly when rain began to fall. L.P. Montour, showing tremendous wet driving ability, never let up. Late in the race L.P. Montour overtook Knox for the overall win and 1st place in GTU with Knox a close 2nd. Marc Montour (Lebon, Complete Performance, Nord Quest Viper) capitalized on cheap tramadol prescriptions online discover card Stout’s gearbox issues and passed him to take 3rd place for the race. Once the dust had settled, the results meant that Stout continued his reign as the GTU national champion. Stout was the recipient another trophy as the winner of the Viper Racing League. All Vipers competing in the USGT championship earn points towards the title. Brian Faessler (Paul’s Automotive Ford Mustang) was 2nd in the championship and also earned the Skip Thomas Rookie of tramadol free shipping the Year award. For his accomplishment, Faessler was presented with a Cool Shirt Club Sport system that was donated by NARRA sponsor Cool Shirt. Mike Hartley (RH Motorsports Viper), though absent from Sebring finished 3rd.

       

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NARRA Announces the 2015 Race Event Schedule

 

The North American Road Racing Association (NARRA) announces its 13-round race schedule for the 2015 season which begins April 10th at Road Atlanta. Each event will include USGT (wheel to wheel racing) competition and USTT (Time Trial) competition sessions. The event dates and details for the inaugural season of NARRA’s USPC (Prototype Championship) are still being developed and cialis levitra sales will be released soon.

 

In our ongoing commitment to host events at the nation’s top tracks, NARRA will visit two new venues in 2015 while returning to four that were a part of the 2014 schedule.

 

One of the changes to generic levitra in india the event line-up is the relocation of finals to Pittsburgh International Race Complex. With an additional 1.5 miles of racing surface due to open in July, it will bring the total circuit length to 3 miles. The new track and improved facilities ensure that Pittsburgh will be an exciting conclusion for the season.

 

NARRA’s USGT Series features some of the best high end and high performance GT cars in the nation with cars like the Chevrolet Corvette, Dodge SRT Viper, Porsche 911, and Ford Mustang. The US Time Trial series regularly sees cars such as the Nissan GTR, the Subaru STi, and the Mitsubishi Evolution mixing it up with the American muscle from Chevrolet, Dodge, and Ford. New for 2015, the USPC prototype championship will be a groundbreaking series pitting cars from Radical, Praga, Elan, Wolf, and more against one another in wheel to wheel racing. This series will bring some of these cars together in competition for the first time.

 

2015 promises to be an exciting year to race the nation with NARRA. Visit NARRAonline.com for more information and updates.

   

    

 
 
 
  

 
 

 


 

 

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