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.
 

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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

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

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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 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 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!

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Highlights from the 2015 Corsa Performance Exhaust Grand Prix

The Corsa Performance Exhaust Grand Prix of Watkins Glen, May 15-17, Rounds 3 and 4 of the NARRA USGT, USPC, and Whelen TT Championships, showcased some of the best the North American Road Racing Association has to offer.

 

Brian Faessler and L.P. Montour made their NARRA season debut and quickly established that they were the ones to beat in the USGT race. Montour would come away with more points, but Faessler made his presence known by storming through the field in a car that is still being developed. The USPC (Prototype) championship saw many Elan DP02 racers from the IMSA Lite series doing battle in the PR1 class. Robert Alon and Austins Versteeg would prove to be fastest. The weekend concluded with a race that was determined with less than a tenth of a second separating the two.  In the Whelen Time Trial championship, mechanical challenges plagued the cars of both Philip Grabow and Bruce Chapman. The duo did manage to get in a number of clean laps and collect TT2 championship points.

 

This weekend for NARRA included some off-track activity in the form of a private tour of a local motorsport history facility. Racers, crew, and families gathered Friday night at the International Motor Racing Research Center located in Watkins Glen. The Center describes themselves as, “Built expressly to preserve the heritage of motor racing, the International Motor Racing Research Center at Watkins Glen is a 5,000 square-foot facility that is both a research library and an archive.  The research facility is available to all interested persons for both serious scholarship and pure pleasure. The archive is intended to serve as a safe repository for primary documents related to the history and heritage of worldwide motorsport.” During the four-hour stay, the attendees enjoyed light food and local wine while they perused the archives finding material about their favorite racers, makes, and events. The event was crowned by an address and lesson on the center by Mr. J.C. Aretsinger himself.

 

When Saturday competition began, the GT class took to this historic track under cloudless sunny skies. When the checkered flag came out at the end of Round 3, driver Steve Loudin (Tricel Honeycomb 007 Comp Coupe) was the winner in GT1. Russ Oasis (PartsRack, VERT, Dodge Viper Comp Coupe) and Tom Atherton (Dodge Viper ACR-X) completed an all Viper podium. Loudin had the best overall lap with a 1:59.457. As a result, all three drivers are eligible for contingency payouts from Mopar / Dodge.

 

In GT2, Victor Caldarelli Jr. (#93 Lintz Collision Viper GTS) and Chuck Quinton (RotarySwing.com Ferrari 360 Challenge) had an amazing battle for the top step. Caldarelli kept the Viper ahead of the Ferrari and was victorious in the GT2 class. Caldarelli, however, would be penalized after a review of the race and the result gave Quinton an advantage in points for the day. The win still stands and Caldarelli has the trophy to add to his collection.

 

Driver Zach Davis (Simgear.com Corvette Z06) stayed ahead of John Walczak (CorningData.com Lotus Exige S Cup) to take the GT3 win. Davis was even putting pressure on the GT2 cars during the race.

 

GTU became a 5 car field after Jim Stout (#1 Coastal Pet Viper Comp Coupe) made contact with the wall in qualifying and left him on the sidelines for the weekend. LP Montour (#7 Nord Quest Climatization, Lebon, and Montour Ltd. Viper Comp Coupe) took both the overall and the class win. Brian Faessler (#18 Paul’s Automotive Ford Mustang) charged through the field from the back of the starting grid to post an impressive P2. Third place finisher Marc Montour (#27 Nord Quest Climatization, Lebon, and Montour Ltd. Viper Comp Coupe)  was disqualified after the race and handed the position to Tom Antonelli (Chicago All Fleet Dodge Viper Comp Coupe).

 

Saturday’s USPC championship was tightly contested with all cars on track in the PR1 class. This was the first competition race ever for the newest NARRA driver, Naris Nilubol (#49 Young Racing Stohr WF1). The fastest lap was achieved by race winner Robert Alon (#00 Professional Security Consultants DPO2 Elan) with a very quick 1:45.393. Austin Versteeg (#16 K1 Elan DP02) crossed the line in P2, only a few secinds behind.  Joel Janco (#25 DeathToLionfish.org Elan DP02) would battle back from damaging his car during qualifying and earn the third podium spot.

 

Sunday’s Round 4 began under a veil of fog, which quickly burned off giving way for a sunny and very warm day.

 

The GTU class had an eventful race with Faessler quickly working up through the field to finish in P2 after a fantastic start when the green flag flew. He was unable to run down race winner L.P. Montour running who was once again the overall race winner. Antonelli, despite experiencing difficulty from a piece of debris which attached itself to his wheel that caused the car to shake violently, finished in P3.  

 

GT1 was again hotly contested between Loudin and Oasis. Loudin stayed ahead of Oasis and took the win posting a best lap of 1:59.402.

 

The GT2 class saw Quinton heading to pits early with transmission issues. The advantage was given to Atherton, who had switched both his car and his class for Sunday’s race. Atherton went on to win this round of GT2 and Caldarelli finished P3. With points earned from both rounds, Caldarelli is leading the GT2 Great Lakes Cup and is in second place for the overall national championship.

 

Even after a piece of debris cracked his windshield, Davis walked away with the GT3 win for a second day in a row, driving his Corvette to a fast lap of 2:03.138. Walczak had to park the Lotus before the end of the race due to a mechanical failure.

 

The USPC race was the final event of the weekend and provided some of the best racing from any series. With a fully stocked PR1 class, the stage was set for some very fast laps. Janco had fully recovered from some contact on Saturday and was ready to charge. The earlier qualifying times put Alon on pole with Versteeg in second. This is how they would stay for the duration of the race and it appeared as if the two were connected by a string. Versteeg could close the gap in the bus stop but Alon was faster down the straights. With incredibly close lap times, Alon crossed the line first, but with Versteeg only .677 behind.

 

After scoring well at Watkins Glen International, Tom Antonelli is leading the way in the overall USGT championship and the class title. We certainly expect to see Antonelli there to defend his position. The Whelen US Time Trial championship shows Phil Grabow ahead in TT2 and in the overall championship. He has his work cut out for him after the mechanical problems he faced this past weekend.  The USPC Championship will be decided at VIR in the series final two rounds. Despite not earning a podium this past weekend, PR1 class leader Jim Garrett is on top of the leader board for the class and the overall championship. 

 

The North American Road Racing Association heads to the famed Virginia International Raceway in Alton, VA, June 5th-7th for the DMS South Grand Prix. Fpr drivers and spectators, the tree lined circuit is one of the nation’s most beautiful tracks. VIR has tickets on sale now, so don’t miss your chance to see these drivers and cars up close and in person.

 

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Host Hotel Information for all Events Updated

 Host Hotel arrangements for all rounds of the North American Road Racing Association, 2015 season have been posted to the individual event information link at http://narraonline.com/schedule. There you will find contact information and important dates about the hotels selected for each event.

 

 

NARRA has always been about more than just the action on the track. Staying in the same hotel as the other drivers, teams, crews, and guests, is a great way for us to continue the fun together after the racing is done for the day.

 

 

The hotels are selected based on location, availability, and nearby amenities. In some cases the hotel has reserved a room block for NARRA participants, and some hotels have offered special rates. There are occasionally cutoff dates when the hotel will release any unpurchased rooms back to general reservations and getting a room could become more difficult. In some instances we have listed more than one option because they each offer different advantages.

 

 

We can continue to make these arrangements if the rooms reserved for NARRA are filled, so please consider making your reservation with the hotels on our list. Stay with us and have some fun!

 

 

Here is a list of the remaining rounds and the hotels associated with that weekend:

 

Corsa Performance Exhaust GP of Watkins Glen International – Harbor Hotel and the Seneca Lodge

 

DMS South GP of Virginia International Raceway – The Lodge at VIR* *At last check, the Lodge was sold out. Please contact them for more information

 

Forgeline Alloy Wheels GP of Mid-Ohio – Hampton Inn and Suites, Mansfield.

 

Arrow by Prefix GP of Pitt Race – Pittsburgh Marriott North, Cranberry and the Park Inn, Beaver Falls

 

Mopar Dodge GP of New Jersey Motorsports Park – Holiday Inn Express, Vineland

 

Whelen Engineering GP of Pitt Race - Pittsburgh Marriott North, Cranberry and the Park Inn, Beaver Falls

 

The finals banquet and national champions award presentation is currently planned to take place on Saturday, October 17th, in the Event Center at Pittsburgh International Race Complex. Join us as we celebrate the season, the stories, and the winners! 

 

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