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Epic end to Season 3, The CSRG Charity Challenge

November 15th, 2019

November 5, 2019 NorWest Blog Article

2019 CSRG Charity Challenge Vintage Car Road Races at Sonoma Raceway

A Summary:

  • Art Hebert, racing the # 68 yellow Titan MK with a new Jay Ivey engine, took 1st place in Saturday’s Crossflow Cup Formula Ford Championship while setting a new track record & continued to also take 1st in Sunday’s main event race!
  • Gunnar got on the track for his second race, strongly handling a mishap & improving his times!
  • Andrew Wait, our Picchio sports racer teammate, qualified on the front row with Art on Saturday & finished 3rd. He repeated his podium finish on Sunday. In his First Formula Atlantic race, driving the Ex-Bobby Rahal Lola T360, Andrew finished an amazing 4th place! To top off the weekend, Andrew finished 2nd overall in the Crossflow Cup Championship, behind Danny Baker & ahead of Art who finished 3rd in the Championship standings.
  • Geir Ramleth had a superb weekend in his Lotus 23, finishing first in class, and second overall.
  • Alex Garden, in his ex-Canadian Formula Atlantic Champion Bill Brack March 78B that he purchased through Motorsports Market this year, finished 5th against some of the fastest Formula Atlantics in the country.

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Classic Victory For Larkspur’s Hebert, Marin Independent Journal

January 19th, 2018

Art Hebert takes the checkered flag and Kentfield’s Jeff O’Neill takes a bow during the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival.
By Derek Wilson, June 6, 2011

Larkspur’s Art Hebert isn’t slowing down, and neither is his 1963 Lola. Hebert led wire-to-wire for his second consecutive class win Sunday at the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival at Infineon Raceway.


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2014 CSRG 11th Annual Charity Challenge – Sonoma Raceway

January 19th, 2018

By CSRG (Classic Sports Racing Group), June 2014

We had one hell of a Formula Junior turnout at the recent Charity Challenge. For those who are not familiar with Juniors, the cars were driven by the young gunslingers of the ’50s & early ’60s. Think of karting today & that’s what Juniors were 50 years ago… Here’s a story about the weekend sent to us by West Coast Juniors organizer Karol Andrews.


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