All News: multi class racing

Wild night at Zandvoort

March 23rd, 2012 by

Eager to test their skills at one of the world’s most challenging road courses, eighteen members of the Red Sox Racing league traveled to Zandvoort Netherlands during week ten of the 2012 Season One schedule.  Circuit Park Zandvoort played host to the “Nederlandse Automobiel 30 Zandvoort GP”, a 20 lap shootout which produced the 2nd … Read the Rest »

The Battle of Kent

March 18th, 2012 by

  Kent, England’s Brands Hatch Circuit hosted the “Glover Excavating 30 at Brands Hatch”, a 23 lap test of patience and endurance in week nine of the Red Sox Racing League’s 2012 Season One schedule.   Featuring a nine corner, 2.30 mile layout, the track was a welcome break from the flat courses driven in Florida … Read the Rest »

Shootout in Homestead

March 7th, 2012 by

Homestead, Florida was the site for the “Sanchez 30 at Homestead B”, a 25 lap shootout which finally allowed the Class B Corvette drivers a chance to compete for podium spots with the Class A HPD drivers.  After being dominated by their HPD counterparts in the first seven weeks of competition, Corvette drivers were eager … Read the Rest »

Night racing in Florida

February 29th, 2012 by

Members of the Red Sox Racing League traveled to warm, sunny Florida for the “Hendricks Field 30 at Night Sebring” on week seven of their 2012 Season One schedule.  The event was the first night race of the year for RSR drivers.  The fact that it was held on one of most challenging courses on … Read the Rest »

Thriller at Spa

February 22nd, 2012 by

Twenty-two drivers traveled to Belgium for the “Van Ophen 30 at the famous Circuit de Spa GP” in Francorchamps, Belgium during week six of the Red Sox Racing League’s 2012 Season One schedule.  After hearing about the photo finish between Chad Peterson and Les Turner in last week’s race at Okayama, race fans in Belgium … Read the Rest »

Photo finish at Okayama

February 14th, 2012 by

It all came down to about four inches or 0.003 of a second.  That was the difference between first and second place after 50+ miles of racing action during the Red Sox Racing League’s 5th race of the 2012 Season One schedule.  Twenty-two drivers participated in the “Kōraku-en 30 at Okayama” in Mimasaka, Okayama Japan, … Read the Rest »

Phillip Island humbles the field

February 8th, 2012 by

Australia’s Phillip Island Circuit was host to the Red Sox Racing League members in week four of the league’s 2012 Season One schedule.  Located on the southern coast of Victoria, Australia, the track is bordered by scenic cliffs and beaches.  The area is home to one of the largest bird populations in the world.  Visitors … Read the Rest »

Gary W Clark Memorial Race

January 30th, 2012 by

Members of the Red Sox Racing League honored former league member Gary W. Clark during week three of the 2012 RSR multi-class racing schedule.  League administrators dedicated the event, the “Gary W Clark Memorial 30 at Silverstone GP” in Clark’s honor after learning he had died in Knoxville, Tennessee on January 7th.  Clark was only … Read the Rest »

RSR Round 2 at Road America

January 27th, 2012 by

Members of the Red Sox Racing League traveled to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin for the league’s second multi-class race of 2012, “The Kettle Moraine 30 at Road America”.  Family, friends, and fans enjoyed the beautiful countryside and attractions near the challenging road course while twenty-four RSR drivers practiced for the race.  The track has three long … Read the Rest »

Multi-Class racing comes to RSR

January 20th, 2012 by

After much discussion, multi-class racing has finally been embraced by the Red Sox Racing League (RSR).  The change in format means that beginning in Season One of the RSR 2012 calendar, league members have the opportunity to participate in some of the most exciting online racing available.  The decision to include fixed setup multi-class racing … Read the Rest »