Spectators and generic viagra buy usa car clubs are welcome to attend ($5.00 per person) what will be a perfect preview to Grand-Am's first event at the famed Georgia circuit one week later. 


Those who attend even even get a chance to buy cialis discount parade their road cars on the track each day and attend a free, fun and informative track safety talk with the drivers presented by former GM Racing Group Manager Don Taylor and Stand 21 Racewear's Racing Goes Safer foundation. 


Headlining is the US GT Championship (USGTC), a multi-class series open to all high-end, high-horsepower GT cars and presented at Road Atlanta by Kirco Precision Tool. 


Unlike Grand-Am or the American Le Mans Series where the maximum output of all cars is strictly controlled, the USGTC has an Unlimited class allowing for completely unrestricted engines and machinery, such as the cheap viagra online without prescritpion wild 700hp+ purple Viper Competition Coupe of reigning GT-Unlimited champion Jim Stout. 


Countering a strong contingent of tramadol online c o d Vipers will be Corvettes from both the SpeedSouth and MTI Racing stables as well as USLED Racing's Ron Farmer, who will have a new GT-2 rival in Harry Blazer's Porsche. 


Additionally Road Atlanta marks the first rounds of the 2013 SRT Viper Cup for spec Viper ACR-X cars. With thousands in cash and cialis online canada prizes on the line, expect fierce battles between the likes of Dan Knox, Eric Galerne and Canada's Louis-Philippe Montour as they charge through the field. 


Many of these drivers will also take part in the event's first race, Friday afternoon's GT90 Enduro. Joining them for the http://www.ips.misiones.gov.ar/levitra-generic 1.5 hour long race featuring a mandatory pitstop will be Georgia resident's David Richardson (Corvette) and Ricky Sanders (Chevrolet Camaro), Mark Pfeffer's twin-turbo Lotus Esprit, and the BMW M3 of Daniel Rogers. 


More American muscle, boosted imports and European exotics will be put to the test as the East Coast's top time-attack pilots take on Road Atlanta in the Whelen US TimeTrial Championship, presented by Corvette specialists MTI Racing.

Philip Grabow at New Jersey.
Philip Grabow's wild Subaru always excites. © Wind Shadow Images

Phil Grabow and Element Tuning's monstrous 500hp+ Subaru STi will be a formidable force, as will R U Faster Than a Redneck TV show contestant Jeremy Rohrs in his SouthSidePerformance Nissan GT-R. 


Expect the father and son team of Troy and T.J. Messer and fellow Vette drivers Mike Perkins and best online generic levitra Mike Howard to join them at the top of timesheets. 


However, there will be a number of others trying to steal the limelight including former NFL superstar Dez White (Porsche 911 Turbo), Rick MacPherson (Nissan GT-R), Daniel Raver (Subaru STi WRX), Keith Procuik (Dodge Viper), and Michael Oromaner (Mitsubishi Evo X) just to name a few. 


Some of wp-brasil.org the most spectacular racing of the weekend is www.econnoisseur.com likely to come from the new Radical Cup prototype sportscar series. Already a worldwide phenomenon, the Radical Cup is quickly gaining momentum in the United States after its inaugural race weekend just two weeks ago at Miller Motorsports Park, Utah. Joining SR8 and SR3 point leaders Gerhard Watzinger and John Falb, new entrants will make up over half the field at Road Atlanta. 

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Another highlight of this weekend's event will be the how to get levitra sample social functions for the drivers, their teams, friends and family. ANCO Fine Cheese, one of America's leading distributors and marketers, is supplying specialty cheese for Friday's Welcome Party at the track, while Saturday Night's Banquet features a number of guest speakers including Craig R. Kohrs, Vice President and General Manager of CORSA Performance Exhausts, who recently announced a generous contingency program for both the US GT Championship and Whelen US TimeTrial Championship series. 


On-track action commences Friday with practice for all series, with the Road Atlanta GT90 race starting at 3:30pm. Saturday and Sunday's competition begins with the Whelen USTTC at 8:45am. Visit NARRAonline.com for a complete schedule.


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Feb 15-17   Texas World Speedway - College, TX

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May 17-19  Watkins Glen International - Watkins Glen, NY
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Jul 12-14     Virginia International Raceway - Alton, VA

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Recap of USTT Championship at Lime Rock Park

 The drivers of the Whelen USTT Championship were on stage in front of a huge spectator crowd as they took part in a special event by running as a support race to the Trans-Am Series. For some, this was their first time competing in front of such so many spectators, and they did not disappoint. Fans with taking pictures and recording video could be seen along the fence line as the competitors put down times that were comparable to much of the Trans-Am field. Many fans even wandered down to the paddock area to see some of the hardware up close.




After a drivers briefing and heading out onto the track with essentially zero practice, the times began to drop as the sessions went on

Victor Caldarelli Jr. (Lintz Collision Viper) proved to be the dominant factor in TT1 with a 56.977 best lap. The 2nd spot went to Philip Grabow (Element Tuning Scion) and 3rd to Michael Oromaner (Mitsubishi). Grabow and Oromaner both had to overcome some early mechanical issues and promised to put up a better fight Saturday.Caldarelli Jr. and his 1 man crew showed their sportsmanship by jumping in to help a fellow competitor who damaged his car in session 1. They also helped another competitor in their own class with his Saturday electrical issues!

 In TT2 Daniel Raver (TT2 Agile Automotive Performance Subaru Impreza) held the fastest lap overall for most of the day, his 55.585 putting him on the top step of the podium followed by Rick MacPherson and Joe Moholland (Corvette). Alan Cohen (Cadillac) and Greg Donnan (Corvette) were fastest in the final session, but it was not enough to catch the top 3.

Joe Ascoli (Kaizen tuning Mitsubishi) found the conditions to be perfect in session 4 and put down his fastest lap with a 56.498 to Chris Wirth's 58.205. Nicholas Coutu edged out Travis LeMaire for the 3rd and final trophy spot with a 59.384 to the 59.639 of LeMaire. Mike McGinnis found his fastest lap in session 3 with the win in TTU and the overall best time of the day with a 55.287. William Washburn was slightly behind with a 56.851 and it was clear he felt better with every lap.

When Saturday morning rolled around, drivers were greeted with cooler, windier conditions than Friday. In addition, the 100 mile Trans-Am race was to take place between sessions 2 and 3.

The sound of John Walczak's (DSI Global / Lotus of Pittsburgh Lotus Cup) firing up for the first time since his incident on Friday morning brought cheers from his fellow competitors in the paddock. With help from his crew, and that of some other NARRA drivers, it is proof of Walczak's commitment to the series and his desire to go on with the show.

In the afternoon, the drivers of the Whelen US Time Trial Championship took to the track in session 3 and attempted to find more speed and grip on a dynamically different racing surface as a result of the long Trans-Am race that had just concluded. Of the ten drivers who attempted the session, only Travis LeMaire (TT3 Subaru) and Grabow would ultimately set their fastest lap in that session. Grabow found himself in 2nd place in TT1 with a 57.106 just behind Caldarelli Jr.’s 56.466. LeMaire produced a 1:00.249, fast enough for 5th in TT3.

William Washburn (TTU) knew his competition was already in the trailer and headed home due to a mechanical issue. This locked him in for 1st place, but he went looking for a sub 55 second lap. Records show his 55.059 in session 2 was his best of the day.

Dan Raver (TT2) could not take any time off from his best lap in the second session and recorded a held onto first place position in class with his earlier time of 55.389. Rick MacPherson (TT2 Finspeed Nissan) likewise was unable to find more time in session 3 and landed in 2nd place.

After discovering the track conditions were not going provide many with an opportunity to go faster and with a very late start time, only a few drivers took the opportunity to go out for one last try in session 4.

John Walczak (TT3), still learning the track after missing so much time, went out looking to improve his position and possibly earn a few more points towards the National title race. With open track space, he had the room to concentrate on the task at hand. Amazingly he turned in his best time of the entire weekend on his 2nd lap of session 4, turning in a 1:00.777, just shy of the 5th place spot held by LeMaire.

At the end of the day, the drivers of the NARRA Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. USTTC should be congratulated for the way they performed in front of the Trans-Am fans. NARRA sponsors and the teams own sponsors will no doubt benefit from the exposure at this event.

The Lime Rock Park event also marked the final rounds of the NARRA Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. USTTC North Cup. Winners of the Cup took home an additional trophy and a contingency award from our friends at CoolShirt Systems.

The fate of the TTU North Cup changed as a result of this weekend’s event, and Mike McGinnis overtook Leland Blanding for the title. Even with the mechanical issue sidelining McGinnis on Saturday, he earned enough points including his win in class on Friday.

The TT3 North Cup trophy went to Chris Wirth. He needed to score points in both rounds to stay ahead of the threat from Joe Ascoli. Wirth, thanks to his car preparations has given him a near flawless season of reliability. Combined with his driving skills he consistently was on the podium.

TT2 was decided before the Lime Rock Round even began, and Greg Donnan took home the North Cup in class. Donnan attended every event of the North Cup including the substitute round at VIR. His currently is in 4th for the National TT2 title.

Victor Caldarelli, Jr. was the winner in TT1. His closest competition, Allen Stieg, was unable to make the rounds at Lime Rock Park. But Caldarelli, Jr. had a large point advantage that would have been all but impossible to overcome.

Philip Grabow went home with $200 from our Hard Charger sponsor, Bad Boyzz Garage. Rick MacPherson was the winner of the AiM Sports Solo data unit from the Saturday morning random draw for the prize.











The NARRA USGT Championship review of Monticello Motor Club

The drivers of the NARRA USGT Championship woke up in Monticello, New York, to cold temperatures and rain which yielded less than ideal conditions for racing. After only 2 drivers elected to take to the circuit for qualifying, the drivers took a vote and elected to postpone Saturday’s race. With a forecast for more promising weather on Sunday, the drivers voted to run both rounds on Sunday. This may have been a wise choice, as the other series on hand for the weekend witnessed multiple off-track excursions during their sessions on Saturday.



With all 6 of the seasons best drivers on hand and trying to earn points for Championship, GT1 was the class to watch from the beginning. Defending his first place position in points, Keith Prociuk in his HP Tuners / Bad Boyzz Garage / Archer Racing Viper wanted to stay ahead of his closest competitors, Russ Oasis (PartsRack Viper) and Kathy Stout (Coastal Pet Motorsports Viper). Ultimately, Stout faltered early in race number one, with electrical issues and left the race before it was over. Kurt Sollberger (Swiss Micron Viper) and Steve Loudin (Tricell Honeycomb Viper), the only two drivers who qualified on Saturday, were on the front row and they intended to keep it that way. In a group of what looked like a race on a slot car track, the GT1 field ran much of the race nose to tail and Sollberger never relinquished his position, taking home the first place trophy. Loudin and Prociuk completed the podium with 2nd and 3rd respectively. Rounding out the field, Oasis was 4th and Dave Moore (Viper) 5th. Moore would have a chance for redemption in race number 2.


The GTU Dodge Viper driven by Jim Stout started P3 due to the organization of the grid. He was in the mix of the GT1 cars for a number of laps before calling upon all of the power of his Arrow Racing Engine. He then pulled away from the pack to take the GTU win and the 1st place overall for the round. Monticello local, Bob Bailin drove a steady, conservative race and finished in 2nd place.


David Greenman (Corvette) was running uncontested in GT2, but he needed the points to lock down his GT North Cup title. Even though he merely had to take the green to earn the needed amount of points, he stayed in the race from green to checker.    


Just a few short hours later, the drivers went back to the grid for the second race. This time the starting order was set by the fastest lap from the race one.


Wasting no time, Jim Stout put right pedal down and ran off into the distance ahead of the entire field. Once again the cars were running very tight when David Moore seized a 'golden opportunity'. Oasis attempted an unsuccessful assault on Keith Prociuk, giving Moore a hole to slip through and gain position on both drivers moving into P1. After the race ended, Oasis was seen in the post-race impound shaking hands with and congratulating Moore on his well-executed pass. With Moore taking the win, Oasis and Prociuk took the remaining podium spots in 2nd and 3rd respectively. Kathy Stout in a much improved, but still not perfect machine, finished 4th. Sollberger succumbed to power steering woes and Loudin retired after 6 laps for undisclosed reasons.


NARRA North Champions were crowned with this the final round of the GT North Cup. Jim Stout took home the cup in GTU, Keith Prociuk besting GT1, and as previously mentioned David Greenman earned GT3 honors in his Corvette.


The final race of the season and the deciding rounds for a number of the classes will be at the PartsRack Grand Prix of Sebring, November 22. Registration for the USGT, the Whelen USTT and the exhibition USPC race is open and available on our website. Jon B. of PartsRack will be on hand and leasing the pack as our pace car driver. Be sure to thank him for his support of the North American Road Racing Association.










Ups and downs for Radical Cup
championship contenders at Sonoma

Ethan Stone takes maiden victory and Bruce Jones 
writes name into the record books.

The drivers of the Radical Cup USA experienced plenty of ups and downs at Sonoma Raceway for Rounds 10, 11 and 12 of the 2014 championship, and it wasn't just the 2.520 miles of undulating pavement. Jesse Menczer won two races to momentarily lead the SR8 Championship but was stripped of his round 10 points. Menczer experienced more heartache during the reverse grid race after a driveshaft prevented him from taking a third win, but his demise allowed Ethan Stone to claim his first victory. Similarly George Kurtz experienced the high of winning two races in the SR3 class before struggling in the third race as John Falb ended his three-race absence from the top step of the podium. Bruce Jones also starred, setting the fastest lap in each race to set a new SR3 track record.

With flags flying, Radical West's five transporters and their VIP hospitality 'big-top' dominated the sun-bleached landscape of California's wine country. The traveling circus that is the Radical Cup USA had covered over 3,000 miles since its last appearance at Watkins Glen International, just hours from the heart of New York City, to arrive near another North American Mecca, San Francisco.


The only hitch during Friday's practice was Jesse Menczer's self-imposed penalty. After just a handful of laps he made heavy contact with the tire wall and spent the rest of the day helping his mechanics fix his SR8. 


However, Menczer bounced back Saturday morning to be quickest in the warm-up session. With points leader Ryan Carpenter's form continuing and Ethan Stone also strong, reigning champion Gerhard Watzinger was left with work to do. Come qualifying he still had to settle for fourth, while Ethan Stone (1:33.046) surprised by taking his first pole in the SR8 class by a tenth over Carpenter, with Menczer third. 


Meanwhile in SR3, George Kurtz's (1:35.455) momentum from his Watkins Glen win continued as he sealed pole after a to-and-fro battle with John Falb for the top spot. Todd Slusher and Ron Eckhardt secured the second row of the SR3 grid, while series newcomer Allen Miller impressed with sixth fastest.


A wave off at the start of Saturday's race caused commotion for officials and competitors alike, but once the green flag finally flew an exciting race ensued. From third, Menczer rocketed past Carpenter to challenge Stone for the lead into turn two.

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