Dodge Viper Cup | Virginia International Raceway | Race 1, Part 1
The inaugural Dodge Viper Cup race was held on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at
Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Virginia. Part one of three.
For the latest Viper Cub series standings, schedules, driver bios and more,
Dodge Viper ACR racing at Daytona International Speedway with PBOC and Viper Days
Here is a 10 min video of Chad McNiel and David McNiel trip to Daytona -
First are random pictures of the cars and track and then on to racing....
Chad Raced his SRT-4 Neon in the Challenge group of Viper Days and PBOC
Florida Chapter and hit speeds in the 140's.... Me, well I in the race
group and was toping out around 170 on the main straight...The track was
fairly challenging and was very fast. A ton of walls and things to hit if
you went off - During the 2-hour endurance race on Saturday 4 cars had
blowouts - 2 of which hit the wall and had a lot of damage.... I think they
learned a lot about proper tire pressures that day. Lots of cars from raced
from BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, corvette and Comp Coupe Viper and
yes the Dodge Viper ACR; Kevin Ferguson and Brad Gorrondana from the Dallas
area with their ACRs were with us too.
SRT Viper ACR-X onboard record lap video at the Nurburgring Nordschleife in 7:03
Viper ACR-X was the last version of the second generation of the American
supercar previously known as Dodge Viper. It is a race car specifically
designed to compete in the Dodge Viper Cup Series and as all Vipers is
powered by a V10 8.4-litre engine with a manual transmission which in this
race car reaches a power output of 640 HP. Its record time at the Ring set
in 2011 is 7:03.058, 9.072 seconds faster than the road-going Viper ACR.
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GRM Race-Keeper Video of the Month for June 2011
Racing "incidents" happen every weekend, and there are always at least two
sides to the story. In the Race-Keeper video of the month for June, we get
to witness one of those incidents from even more angles. What happens next
is definitely worth watching, and stick around at the end to see the sort
of abuse that the Race-Keeper video system is capable of enduring after a
Look for more Grassroots Motorsports videos on our YouTube channel and more
coverage of the Pirelli World Challenge Championships in the pages of
Grassroots Motorsports Magazine. To try an issue of Grassroots Motorsports
magazine for free, visit grassrootsmotorsports.com/try
"A Few Laps in Daytona"
Join Multimatic Motorsports and driver Joe Foster for a few laps around
Daytona International Speedway's Road Course.