Round 10 | Dodge Viper Cup | Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch | Part one
Round ten of the Dodge Viper Cup was held on Sunday, October 24, 2010 at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, NV. Part one of two.
For the latest Viper Cup series standings, schedules, driver bios and more, visit http://www.viperheadquarters.com/viper_racing/dodge_viper_cup.html
Round 9 | Dodge Viper Cup | Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch | Part one
Round nine of the Dodge Viper Cup was held on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at
Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch in Pahrump, NV. Part one of two.
For the latest Viper Cup series standings, schedules, driver bios and more,
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,
Spec Race Ariel Atom - Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch
First time at SMMR in a SRA (Spec Race Atom) with Sector 111. I was still
learning the course so my lines, braking points are not the best, but I was
just out to have fun. I didn't edit the video at all so feel free to skip
around. The camera is a Contour Roam w/ helmet mount.
2011 Dodge Viper Cup Round 5 -- Virginia International Raceway
Ben Keating continued his dominance of the Dodge Viper Cup series by taking
the pole by nearly one-and-a-half seconds and leading all the way to the
race victory. Jeff Courtney qualified on the front row, but let Ted Hughes
through into second after a bad start. He was back ahead of Hughes by lap
two, but by that time Keating was a hundred yards ahead and flying.
Courtney pecked away at Keating's lead each lap, but was too far back and
never got close enough to challenge. He finished second, but had the race's
fastest lap. Hughes held position the rest of the way and gained his first
"I got a good start," said Keating, "But Ted got a great start, and tucked
in behind me going into the first corner and that gave me a little bit of
margin ahead of Jeff. I got ahead by three and a half seconds and I was
able to manage that. He was a second and a half behind at the end, which
Two-time race winner A. J. Morgan had electrical gremlins in the morning
practice session and was unable to qualify, so he had to start the race
from the last row.
"We had a shorted wire in the system and it took three hours to find and
fix it," said Morgan. "Then we had to go out and take a hardship lap just
to shake everything down, make sure it worked, and right after that went up
to the grid and went out and ran [the race]. There was no time to rest.
That was tough. I have nothing left in me."
Morgan passed six cars on the first lap, crossing the start-finish line in
10th-place. From there he marched up the order, passing two more
ViperACR-Xs on the third lap and ending the race in fourth place after
passing Dave Fiorelli three laps from the end. Fiorelli scored his second
straight fifth place finish.
Eric Galerne, in sixth place, had one of his best results since starting
the series. Connie Bogan, too, had a good result with a seventh, while
Brian Makse, one of the two celebrity drivers brought his Viper ACR-X in
eighth. Chris Burandt, the other celebrity driver, finished 16th.
"It was frickin' awesome," said Burandt. "I got behind the Number 3 car
[driven by David Mazyck] and we just had a battle all day. At the start I
got into turn one way too hot and I didn't look at the corner, I just
looked at Number 3's bumper saying 'uh oh, uh oh.' So much fun."
"I was just focused on keeping Chris behind me," said Mazyck. "He was all
over me. There were six of us all within tenths of each other in qualifying
[Brad Gorrondona, Larry Carter, Brian Makse, Bernie Katz, Mazyck and Chris
Burandt in that order qualified at 2 minutes, two seconds and change], so
we were looking forward to the race, but guys ahead of us were spinning and
that gapped us."
"Just fantastic," said Makse, "I was just clicking off laps, kind of lost
from the cars in front, but made sure the cars behind stayed behind."
Keating extended his lead after five rounds, the halfway point, in the 2011
Dodge Viper Cup Series Presented by Pennzoil.
Dodge Viper Cup race six is Sunday afternoon at Virginia International
Follow the Dodge Viper Cup Presented by Pennzoil Ultra at
2012 SRT Viper Cup presented by Pennzoil Ultra - Round 4 at Road America
America's most venomous racing series commences competition at Road
America. Round four of the 2012 season is packed with action from green
flag to checkered.
SRT represents the pinnacle of performance engineering within the Chrysler
Group. Join us as we journey to the limit at driveSRT.com.
Road & Track Experience at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch
Step (or drive) in the shoes of Road & Track's editors at this unique
driving school at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch near Las Vegas, Nevada.
Drive a Chevrolet Corvette through some of the same exercises we use in
our road tests, then put your newly acquired skills to work on the race
Ford Shelby GT500 vs Chevy Camaro ZL1.mp4
Long awaited comparison test between the Ford Shelby GT500 and the Chevy Camaro ZL1. The Dodge
Challenger SRT-8 is out of the running. Both Car and Driver and Motor
Trend carried out this test (with the same winner), here's the Motor Trend
ChaseCam: Nurburgring Production car record Radical SR8
Produced for EVO magazine. Enjoy a lap of the famous Ring in 6.48 driven by
Michael Vergers filmed using a ChaseCam solid state digital recorder
combined with Dashware to convert the datalogger information into graphics
on screen. In this case we customised the graphic package to include the
Radical brand and our own ChaseCam brand, offering publishing houses and
production companies the ability to commercialise onboard video and at the
same time making it more engaging to watch. Dashware is fully customisable
with a large variety of dial packs available.
For more information click www.chasecam.co.uk