How to drive Road America: tips from Porsche Factory Driver Patrick Long
We recently visited Patrick Long, Porsche Factory Racing Driver, at Wisconsin's Road America for the track's first Tudor United SportsCar Championship race. Road America is fast, exhilarating, challenging, and four miles long — a combination that makes it a favorite venue for professional and amateur drivers alike. Armed with in-car footage of one of Patrick's practice laps in the #912 Porsche 911 RSR, we sat down with him to find out how to drive a fast, safe lap. Fortunately, he was happy to help us out!
GO LIKE SCHNELL: The Story of BMW Motorsport in the USA. Green Flag 1975.
1975 was pivotal year for the BMW brand in America. BMW of North America had just been incorporated to represent brand and the company in the USA. The famous "Ultimate Driving Machine" tagline had just been coined and to emphasize the sporting nature of BMW automobiles, BMW Motorsport contested the IMSA Camel GT Challenge with the iconic 3.0 CSLs. This is the story of that year told by the guys that lived it.
Qualifying a 427 Corvette at Road America
VSCDA Group 6 Qualifying at Road America 2011 with Brent Jarvis
Road America - Elkhart Lake - Bruno Junqueira - Dale Coyne R
Road America, Elkhart Lake, Bruno Junqueira, 2007