Mid September weather in the Finger Lakes region of New York can be tricky and this year was no exception. Watkins Glen provided a mix of damp, rain, cold and just a little sun to make the race weekend interesting.Read More
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In racing, there isn't an event, race, or single lap without a story to tell. Here is a collection of our trackside stories.
Hot! Hot! Hot! That was the forecast and that, indeed, was the weather at Virginia International Raceway for the 2010 SVRA Gold Cup Races. But the storms and rain held off (for the most part) and sunny skies prevailed for some excellent racing.Read More
The weather could not have been better. A somewhat muggy Thursday practice, then overnight showers preceded three straight sunny days of temps in the 70’s and great racing. SVRA’s Savannah season opener is always a good one and 2010 did not let this tradition down. Bob Williams and Jack Woehrle were up to their usual entertaining tricks with a LeMans start for Friday’s 2 hour Enduro. Everyone else on the SVRA team did their usual gracious and professional job of seeing to it that the racers enjoyed good sport and good times.Read More