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Davy Jones, Mark Dismore Gear Up for Road Atlanta VROC

Both Are Accomplished Indy Car Drivers And Classic 24-Hour Race Champions Two more accomplished champions of sports car and Indy car racing – Davy Jones and Mark Dismore – have filed entries for Sportscar Vintage Racing Association’s (SVRA) first-ever Vintage Race of Champions (VROC) Charity Pro-Am at Road Atlanta on March 29 and 30.  Other VROC Series races are planned for Continue Reading...
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Brabham, Fellows, and Dallenbach Enter Road Atlanta VROC

Masters Of Road Racing Grow A Field Worthy Of The Original IROC Series Legendary road racers Geoff Brabham, Ron Fellows, and Wally Dallenbach are the latest entries in Sportscar Vintage Racing Association’s (SVRA) first-ever Vintage Race of Champions (VROC) Charity Pro-Am at Road Atlanta on March 29 and 30.  Other VROC Series races are planned for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Continue Reading...
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Five Indy 500 Stars Enter First VROC Series Race at Road Atlanta

SVRA’s Charity Pro-Am Series A Battle Of Titans In The Mold Of Original IROC Al Unser, Jr., Willy T. Ribbs, Davey Hamilton, Lyn St. James and Max Papis have filed entries for Sportscar Vintage Racing Association’s (SVRA) first-ever Vintage Race of Champions (VROC) at Road Atlanta on March 29 and 30.  VROC builds on the success of the SVRA Charity Pro-Am Continue Reading...
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Mike Skinner to Become SVRA Regular in 2019

NASCAR Champion Plans Complete VROC Series, Three Other SVRA Weekends Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA), in collaboration with the ATF & Gunslinger race team, announced today that NASCAR Truck Series champion Mike Skinner will compete in at least six SVRA race meets in 2019. With Andrew Franzone, Skinner leads ATF & Gunslinger. The NASCAR star will enter a 1966 Corvette Continue Reading...
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SVRA Announces Vintage Race of Champions (VROC) For 2019

VROC Championship Includes Charity Pro-Am Races at IMS, VIR, and Road Atlanta Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) announced today that it would present a championship points series it calls the Vintage Race of Champions (VROC) in 2019. VROC builds on the success of the SVRA Charity Pro-Am races that began at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2014. Virginia International Raceway Continue Reading...
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