This past weekend the Pirelli World Challenge was in town for the third round of its 2013 racing seasons, and on hand were three teams fielding a total of five Mustangs, all vying for top spot in the GTS class. But this weekend didn’t quite go as planned. So what happened?
by Chris Demorro on April 25, 2013
by Wes Duenkel on April 24, 2013
A mix of rain and sun combine for an interesting weekend at Road Atlanta during the PricewaterhouseCoopers 250, the most recent stop in the Grand-Am Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge series.
by Wes Duenkel on April 10, 2013
The weather finally cleared for raceday at Barber Motorsports Park, but the Mustang teams couldn’t make it into the top 10 for the finish. Checkout the details on this past weekend’s Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race, right here.
by Wes Duenkel on March 6, 2013
It was the inaugural race for the Grand Am series at the newly opened Circuit of the Americas. This technical track proved challenging for many racers. While there wasn’t a Mustang win this time, there was at least one in the top 10.
by Wes Duenkel on February 6, 2013
Mustangs dominate at Daytona, as Jack Roush Jr and Billy Johnson take the checkered flag for the second consecutive year. We’ve got the race recap and details on how the other Mustang teams fared right here.
The Grand-Am Continental Tire Series came into the new year with a roar—or more accurately, “The Roar Before the 24” official testing sessions at Daytona January 4th to 6th 2013. The weekend gave the teams of the nation’s premier street stock racing series the chance to dust off their cars and sharpen thei
by Michael Harding on January 10, 2013
Every year hundreds of enthusiasts take their own cars out on a famed racetrack to pit their skills against the track. West Coast Racing has been putting these events on at Willow Springs and we not only participated but learned a little more about Track Day.
Sad news in the racing world today; 2011 Pirelli World Challenge Series champion Paul Brown has succumbed to skin cancer after a long and brave battle. Our hearts and thoughts go out to his family.
by Wes Duenkel on October 9, 2012
At 1.52 miles, Lime Rock Park in Northwestern Connecticut is short in length, but long on drama—a fitting place for the 2012 season finale of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge!
Eleven caution periods and consequential officiating conspired to make the Continental Tire Sports Car Festival at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on September 8th 2012 a controversial and frustrating race for competitors and spectators. With 60 cars packed along a 2.24-mile road course, the action was as expected…
by Wes Duenkel on July 30, 2012
Having never raced before at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, every Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge driver wanted to win the inaugural Brickyard Sports Car Challenge on July 27, 2012. After a race that was divided by a heavy downpour, CKS Autosport were victorious.
by Wes Duenkel on July 3, 2012
Rum Bum Racing continued their string of successes in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge by winning the Continental Tire 150 at Watkins Glen on June 30, 2012. But in practice the fastest Mustang was the #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302R of Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr.
by Wes Duenkel on June 26, 2012
Rum Bum Racing drivers Nick Longhi and Matt Plumb followed up their third-place finish at Mid-Ohio by winning the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge race at Road America on June 22nd, 2012. #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302 drivers Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson finished second.
by Wes Duenkel on June 13, 2012
Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr., driving the #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302R, captured their second win of the 2012 Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season on June 9th at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. It was Johnson’s first win at the 2.26-mile road course.
by Chris Demorro on June 8, 2012
This morning brings us an exciting/frightening video of Rehagen Racing’s #52 Boss Mustang crashing in a corner at the Mid-Ohio track. Was this driver error, or mechanical failure?
by Amie Williams on May 29, 2012
If you missed out on this past weekend’s Sebring Sensation Event brought to you by Track Guys Performance Driving Events then you missed out on a hell of a time. The event was sponsored by the man, Kenny Brown Performance and it also served as Boss Track Attack weekend. Check it out!
by Wes Duenkel on May 14, 2012
The fourth stop of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series at New Jersey Motorsports Park the weekend of May 12 was another stunner. Not because #35 Subaru of America Racing Team followed up their second consecutive pole position with a win.
by Chris Demorro on May 4, 2012
This weekend was the first ever B-Spec racing series under the Pirelli World Challenge banner. Of the three races, Craig Capaldi of Capaldi Racing was about to place on the podium in three of them, including a 1st-place finish, in his B-Spec Fiesta.
by Wes Duenkel on May 1, 2012
After early-race shenanigans knocked several cars out of contention at the last race, teams of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series rolled into Homestead Miami Speedway on Wednesday, April 25th 2012 ready to put on a great race for their South Florida fans.
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by Chris Demorro on April 16, 2012
This weekend Justin Bell, driving the No. 50 eBay Motors Boss 302S Mustang, looked to take his third victory in as many races in the SCCA World Challenge series. Alas, he had to settle for second place…but in a way, that was good enough.