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24 Jan 2019 08:47 PM
Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) has renewed as a Contingency Sponsor of the 2019 Formula 600 Challenge Series

Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) is a leading supplier of graphics and racing equipment to racers, track day and autocross participants across the country. We combine great service with a unique product lineup for all of your racing needs. Please visit our website at www.soloperformance.com

SPS will award gift certificates as follows:

Regular Races
In order “to spread the wealth around”, the highest finisher in each race who has NOT won the SPS gift certificate of $200 will be awarded the certificate, thus there will be nine different winners.

The Series Points Championship will go deeper:
Series Championship
1st Place = $200
2nd Place = $170
3rd Place = $140
4th Place = $110
5th Place = $80
6th Place = $60
7th Place = $40

Competitors must run SPS decals on both sides of the car in a visible location. Decals are available for free at - /www.soloperformance.com/contingencydecals. We require a photo of the car with the decals in place, preferably on track. Awards must be claimed by contacting SPS at 877-614-7656 or [email protected] We thank SPS for joining our sponsor family.

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to a F1 car.

For news, videos and photos, visit www.theformula600challenge.com .
Please like us and share our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information contact:

Jim Murphy
[email protected]
770-861-2337

Fred Edwards
[email protected]
260-438-4295

Carl Maier
[email protected]
972-897-9763

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24 Jan 2019 08:52 PM
FORMULA 600 CHALLENGE SERIES: HAWK PERFORMANCE RE-NEWS FOR 2019

Hawk Performance Marketing Manager, Lindsey Nikolai: “Hawk Performance is ecstatic to once again take part in the Contingency Award Program. We love supporting drivers both on and off the track, and allowing everyone easy access to our best in class products.”

Hawk Performance contingency awards will be presented in product credit as follows:

Per Race Weekend –
1st = $75, 2nd = $50, 3rd = $35

There must be 6 cars minimum for 2nd place awards and 7 cars minimum for 3rd place awards.

Points Series -
1st = $150, 2nd = $100, 3rd = $75, and 4th through 7th = $50 product credit.

Hawk Performance is a leading supplier of severe duty and high-performance friction products manufactured in ISO-certified facilities for the motorsports and performance automotive aftermarket. Hawk Performance products are engineered to allow users to control, command, and conquer the terrain for which their vehicles are designed. Decades of experience in developing friction materials for aerospace, industrial, military, automotive and motorsports applications give Hawk Performance an advantage over the competition. In the past decade, Hawk Performance friction products have won more motorsports championships than any other friction manufacturer.

For more about Hawk Performance and to purchase products, go here: www.HawkPerformance.com
Aaron Ellis is our intermediary with Hawk Performance and will provide the Hawk decals and swag along with the promo codes for the finishers. Please contact Aaron Ellis ( [email protected] ) to learn more about how Hawk Performance is offering additional support to drivers and team members.

We thank Hawk Performance for being a member of our family of valued sponsors.

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable formula car class to showcase talent without a large financial budget. 100% of the sponsorship money and products goes to the drivers. The Formula 600 car uses a 600cc motorcycle engine with a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm reaching speeds in excess of 140 mph. The exhaust sound of these cars is likened to a F1 car.

For news, photos, videos and information about the F600 Challenge Series, go to – www.theformula600challenge.com
Please share and like us on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy
770-861-2337
[email protected]

Fred Edwards
260-438-4295
[email protected]

Carl Maier
972-897-9763
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28 Jan 2019 09:07 PM
PEGASUS AUTO RACING SUPPLIES IS RENEWING ITS SPONSORSHIP FOR THE 2019 FORMULA 600 CHALLENGE SERIES

Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies will award one $25 Gift Certificate to the top driver in each of the nine races who has not won before, then Pegasus will award one $50 Gift Certificate to the top finishing driver in the series points at our race finale at the Virginia International Raceway National Championship Run-Offs.

Your IN STOCK source for quality racing supplies! Since 1980, Pegasus has been offering superior customer service along with a huge selection of top quality parts and supplies for auto racing. Products include safety equipment, competition plumbing supplies, brake parts, Beta Tools, Mil-Spec hardware and thousands of other unique and hard-to-find items. Pegasus also offers expert technical advice from current, active racers with more than 200 years of combined experience.

Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies
2475 S 179th St
New Berlin WI 53146
Website: https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/

Email:

General Questions, Order Status, etc.: [email protected]
Technical Product Questions: [email protected]

Phone:

Order Toll Free: 1-800-688-6946 (US & Canada)
Local/International Order Line: 262-317-1234
Technical Questions: 262-317-1200
Fax: 262-317-1201

We thank Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies for remaining a valued member of our sponsor family

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. 100% of sponsorship money and products goes to the drivers. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to a F1 car.

For news, videos, photos, etc., please visit our website at http://www.theformula600challenge.com
Please share and like us on Facebook at - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information contact:

Jim Murphy
[email protected]
770-861-2337

Fred Edwards
[email protected]
260-438-4295

Carl Maier
[email protected]
972-897-9763


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31 Jan 2019 10:32 PM
F600 CHALLENGE: WINDING ROAD RACING RE-NEWS SPONSORSHIP FOR 2019

Winding Road Racing, one of the leaders in motorsports equipment retail, is proud to support the Formula
600 Challenge Series through the WRR Contingency Sponsorship program. Our objective, as always, is to
support road racing in the United States. The Winding Road Racing Contingency Sponsorship program awards
racers, in the form of store credits, when they accomplish certain results. Place first, and get store credits, for
example. And, because we know the battle farther back in the pack can be just as intense as it is at the front,
we also award store credits for 5th and 10th. The Winding Road Racing sponsorship program
also awards store credits when racers become licensed and submit race video footage with the
WRR decals in view. Sending in a copy of your SCCA member card will gain additional discounts. The contingency sponsorship program point of contact is Peter Nelson. He can be reached at [email protected], or [email protected]

Racers can order their decals and obtain the program rules here: https://store.windingroad.com/winding-r ... -p601.aspx

For more about Winding Road Racing and to purchase racing gear and equipment, go to:
http://www.WindingRoadRacing.com

Founded in 2013, Winding Road Racing's mission is to offer everything you need to go road racing. Winding
Road Racing is focused on providing customers with a wide range of driver safety gear, performance parts,
tools, and racing lifestyle products at its three retail locations (Austin, Southern California and National Corvette Museum), online and trackside. At our race engineering center, we build, prepare and service race cars. Through our national trackside operations, we provide comprehensive race support services including transport, set up, data analysis and tuning. Our sister company, Winding Road Media, provides comprehensive information for amateur racers. For more information on Winding Road Racing and Winding Road Media, visit http://www.windingroad.com.

The F600 Challenge Series thanks Winding Road Racing for joining our family of valued sponsors.

The Formula 600 Challenge series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car
series to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. 100% of the sponsorship money and products go to the drivers. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of this drive train is likened to an F1 car.

For news, videos and photos, please visit our website: http://www.theformula600challenge.com
Please share and like us on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information contact:

Jim Murphy
770-861-2337
[email protected]

Fred Edwards
260-438-4295
[email protected]

Carl Maier
972-897-9763
[email protected]

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23 Feb 2019 10:45 PM
HOOSIER TIRE RENEWS THEIR PROGRAM FOR THE 2019 CHALLENGE SERIES

Hoosier Tire will continue to offer their tire contingency program to the F600 competitors for the 2019 season.  All F600 drivers will need to re-register again with Hoosier at the following link:
Contingency Registration Form: http://www.hoosiertire.co...ncy_program/?circuit

Also, competitors can print multiple Redemption Forms to take with them to the track so if they win or runner up, they can have the forms available for the Scrutineer to sign:
Contingency Redemption Forms: http://hoosiertire.com/co...ncy_guidelines/SCCA/ 

All of the awards and guidelines remain the same for 2019:
Program Details: http://hoosiertire.com/co...ncy_guidelines/SCCA/

Any questions, please feel free to send them to Jeffrey Speer, [email protected]  or Paula Nate, [email protected]
Hoosier Tire is very glad to be a part of the Formula 600 Challenge Series again and we are very appreciative of their continued support.

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. 100% of the sponsorship money and products goes to the drivers.  The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a 6 speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.

For news, photos and videos, please go to our website: www.theformula600challenge.com
Please share and like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy 
770-861-2337
[email protected]  

Fred Edwards
260-438-4295                                                                                     
[email protected]

Carl Maier
972-897-9763
[email protected]

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19 Mar 2019 02:08 PM
2019 ROUND #1 AT ROAD ATLANTA

It rained all day Thursday and Friday morning then got cold so the qualifying times for the class were slower than usual. Perennial hot shoe, Clint McMahan, was the one to beat as he had the fastest overall qualifying for the whole race group (F5, FF, FV) at a 1:31.2 but drama usually follows Clint around and it was no exception for this weekend. Eric McRee qualified 2nd with a 1:34.8, followed by Jeff Delong, 3rd at a 1:35.1, then Craig Laprade and Jack Walbran.

On Saturday, while handily building up a big lead overall with a fast lap of 1:30.7, on the 3rd lap, under very heavy braking into Turn #10A (slowing down from over 140 mph), the upper left front A arm rod end snapped, instantly losing brake force on the left front corner, causing Clint to hit the concrete barrier on the right side, collapsing the RF suspension and sliding along the wall into the gravel trap. Fortunately, the body work was only scratched up. A little deja-vu (sp?) here as Clint snapped the right front upper rod end while leading on the first lap into the bus stop at the 2015 Daytona Runoffs (See the F5 race video for this). Meanwhile, way back at the very end of the race group, after dramatically spinning on the pace lap (sounds familiar from the 2017 Indy Runoffs with Clint – see this video), the 2nd qualifier, Eric McRee, was flying through traffic to catch up to the front runners. Just before the race ended due to the time limit, Eric had gained the lead and won, which he was not expecting, from all the way in the back. Finishing 2nd was Jeff Delong in an uneventful run, for him; Craig Laprade finished 3rd followed by Jack Walbran.

Clint and Dan, his father, worked well into the night replacing both sides of the front suspension along with checking everything else on the car. Clint was able to run the cold Sunday morning hardship lap with no trouble so he would be able to start from the pole again for the Sunday race. For the Sunday race, again, Clint jumped to the lead but this time Eric was able to stay on his tail and both set their fastest race times in the low 1:31's as the weather was finally beautiful. Yet again, drama struck as Clint slowed after several laps allowing Eric to take the lead and win for the second time this weekend. Clint later said that something in the drivetrain had broken causing him to slow and finally pull into the pits. The rest of the field finished with Jeff Delong taking 2nd place for the second day, followed by Jack Walbran and Craig Laprade.

The series points standings are as follows:

Eric McRee 24
Jeff Delong 22
Craig Laprade 20
Jack Walbran 20
Clint McMahan 16

Our next race, round #2, is at Virginia International Raceway, April 12 – 14.

We are very thankful for our valued sponsors who have made this series possible:

Metalloid Corporation of Sturgis, Michigan (http://www.metalloidcorp.com )

Hoosier Racing Tire ( www.hoosiertire.com )

Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) (http://www.soloperformance.com)

Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies (http://www.PegasusAutoRacing.com)

Hawk Performance ( www.hawkperformance.com )

Winding Road Racing (http://www.WindingRoadRacing.com )

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car class to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. There are no paid staffers and one hundred percent of all sponsorship monies and product goes directly to the drivers in our series mostly as a tow fund payment for each race. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a six-speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.

Please visit our website: http://www.theformula600challenge.com for news, photos and videos.
Like us and share on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy
[email protected]
770-861-2337

Fred Edwards
[email protected]
260-438-4295

Carl Maier
[email protected]
972-897-9763

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10 May 2019 07:48 PM
F600 CHALLENGE: VIR RACE 2019 ROUND #2

The second round of the 2019 F600 Challenge Series at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) was very challenging due to the off and on bad weather over the whole event. It did not start well on Thursday as Jeff Delong blew a motor, George Fox broke a PTO gear and Clint McMahan had a serious wiring problem with the newer motor that he had just installed since Road Atlanta. Patrick and Eric McRee helped Jeff replace his motor and Dan McMahan and Bob Clay were taking turns working on all three cars on Thursday and Friday while it rained on Friday. What there was of qualifying was in the rain and Clint McMahan was fastest with a 2:06.494, followed by Eric McRee (first time at VIR) at a 2:12.367, 3rd was Jeff Delong, 4th Jack Walbran and 5th George Fox; Calvin Stewart did not get a qualifying lap on Friday so he will start at the back on Sunday. With the rain off and on all day Saturday, the F500 race did not run until just before dark BUT it was mostly dry until race end. Clint McMahan won with a fast lap of 2:01.997, 2nd was Eric McRee with a 2:06.001, 3rd Jack Walbran, 4th Jeff Delong and 5th George Fox. Here is Clint’s post race interview - https://www.scca.com/videos/2036480

Sunday was mostly dry but the schedule was still way behind so the F500 race started in the late afternoon. With Calvin Stewart charging up from the back, this race was going to be interesting. While following Clint, Eric McRee missed a brake point just before the Oak Tree Turn, going off course long enough to allow Calvin to get by just before race end. Clint McMahan won with a very close to the track record of 2:00.842, 2nd was a closing Calvin Stewart with a fast lap of 2:02.536 (Calvin has the track record), 3rd was Eric McRee with his best lap of 2:03.571, 4th, Jack Walbran, 5th, George Fox and 6th, Jeff Delong. Here is Clint’s post race interview - https://www.scca.com/videos/2036511

After Round #2, the series points standings are as follows:

1. Eric McRee 46
2. Clint McMahan 40
3. Jeff Delong 40
4. Jack Walbran 40
5. Craig Laprade 20
6. George Fox 16
7. Calvin Stewart 14

There is a three-way tie between Clint, Jeff and Jack.
The next round of the F600 Challenge Series will be at Mid-Ohio, May 31 – June 2.

We are very thankful for our valued sponsors who have made this series possible:

Metalloid Corporation of Sturgis, Michigan (www.metalloidcorp.com )
Hoosier Racing Tire ( www.hoosiertire.com )
Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) (www.soloperformance.com)
Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies (www.PegasusAutoRacing.com)
Hawk Performance ( www.hawkperformance.com )
Winding Road Racing (www.WindingRoadRacing.com )

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car class to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. There are no paid staffers and one hundred percent of all sponsorship monies and product goes directly to the drivers in our series mostly as a tow fund payment for each race. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a six-speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.

Please visit our website: www.theformula600challenge.com for news, photos and videos. Share and like us on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy Fred Edwards Carl Maier
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
770-861-2337 260-438-4295 972-897-9763


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10 May 2019 07:48 PM
F600 CHALLENGE: VIR RACE 2019 ROUND #2

The second round of the 2019 F600 Challenge Series at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) was very challenging due to the off and on bad weather over the whole event. It did not start well on Thursday as Jeff Delong blew a motor, George Fox broke a PTO gear and Clint McMahan had a serious wiring problem with the newer motor that he had just installed since Road Atlanta. Patrick and Eric McRee helped Jeff replace his motor and Dan McMahan and Bob Clay were taking turns working on all three cars on Thursday and Friday while it rained on Friday. What there was of qualifying was in the rain and Clint McMahan was fastest with a 2:06.494, followed by Eric McRee (first time at VIR) at a 2:12.367, 3rd was Jeff Delong, 4th Jack Walbran and 5th George Fox; Calvin Stewart did not get a qualifying lap on Friday so he will start at the back on Sunday. With the rain off and on all day Saturday, the F500 race did not run until just before dark BUT it was mostly dry until race end. Clint McMahan won with a fast lap of 2:01.997, 2nd was Eric McRee with a 2:06.001, 3rd Jack Walbran, 4th Jeff Delong and 5th George Fox. Here is Clint’s post race interview - https://www.scca.com/videos/2036480

Sunday was mostly dry but the schedule was still way behind so the F500 race started in the late afternoon. With Calvin Stewart charging up from the back, this race was going to be interesting. While following Clint, Eric McRee missed a brake point just before the Oak Tree Turn, going off course long enough to allow Calvin to get by just before race end. Clint McMahan won with a very close to the track record of 2:00.842, 2nd was a closing Calvin Stewart with a fast lap of 2:02.536 (Calvin has the track record), 3rd was Eric McRee with his best lap of 2:03.571, 4th, Jack Walbran, 5th, George Fox and 6th, Jeff Delong. Here is Clint’s post race interview - https://www.scca.com/videos/2036511

After Round #2, the series points standings are as follows:

1. Eric McRee 46
2. Clint McMahan 40
3. Jeff Delong 40
4. Jack Walbran 40
5. Craig Laprade 20
6. George Fox 16
7. Calvin Stewart 14

There is a three-way tie between Clint, Jeff and Jack.
The next round of the F600 Challenge Series will be at Mid-Ohio, May 31 – June 2.

We are very thankful for our valued sponsors who have made this series possible:

Metalloid Corporation of Sturgis, Michigan (www.metalloidcorp.com )
Hoosier Racing Tire ( www.hoosiertire.com )
Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) (www.soloperformance.com)
Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies (www.PegasusAutoRacing.com)
Hawk Performance ( www.hawkperformance.com )
Winding Road Racing (www.WindingRoadRacing.com )

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car class to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. There are no paid staffers and one hundred percent of all sponsorship monies and product goes directly to the drivers in our series mostly as a tow fund payment for each race. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a six-speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.

Please visit our website: www.theformula600challenge.com for news, photos and videos. Share and like us on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy
[email protected]
770-861-2337

Fred Edwards
[email protected]
260-438-4295

Carl Maier
[email protected]
972-897-9763


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05 Jun 2019 09:35 PM
FORMULA 600 CHALLENGE SERIES: ROUND #3 AT MID-OHIO

The threat of tornadoes that have been devastating the mid-west never materialized and the Mid-Ohio Super Tour pretty much dodged the weather bullet. But this threat along with bad luck for some of the drivers reduced the number of entries for this weekend. Initial qualifying was led by perennial contender, Calvin Stewart, with a 1:30.983, followed by Eric McRee at a 1:31.824, then David Lapham with a 1:32.284. By the way, David’s car is the only one (of 3) Rakavon’s (Novakar spelled backwards) built originally with a motorcycle drivetrain. There is more about this later. For the Saturday race, it quickly developed into a close battle between David Lapham and Eric McRee with Eric leading for the first 8 laps. Under heavy braking from the back straight into Turn #4, David Lapham hit Eric McRee in the right rear of his car sending Eric off course while David kept going. Eric was not able to catch David so in impound the Stewards reviewed the contact incident and dropped David by one position to 2nd. Eric did, however, improve his lap time to a 1:31.478.

For the Sunday race, a cold front with rain had come through on Saturday night so that by race time it was clear with the temperature in the 60’s meaning that the lap times would be improving. The grid was still Calvin Stewart, Eric McRee and David Lapham. On the first lap, David showed that he has become fast in a F600 and was able to get around the outside of both Calvin and Eric as they went THREE WIDE in turn #4! David led for four laps until Calvin got back around on the 5th lap also at Turn #4. It was Calvin, David and Eric until David made a mistake later at the Keyhole and went off to the right. Calvin gapped Eric until the last 5 laps when Eric caught up and began hounding Calvin with Eric trying to pass at Turn #4 several times. Calvin was just too fast down the straights. On the white flag lap, Eric got a good run off the Keyhole corner and was closer to Calvin than any time before going into Turn #4 at the end of the back straight and made his last shot move inside Calvin as they approached the apex under heavy braking with FF’s around them. When Eric got side-by-side with Calvin at the apex, Eric started slipping sideways and they came together broadside. This sent Calvin off into the gravel trap on the left and Eric snap spun off to the right ending up high-centered on the edge of the track. The race ended with the finishing order staying the same since there was a standing Yellow at Turn #4 with Calvin in first with a 1:29.649, Eric in second with a 1:29.824 and David in third with a 1:30.510 best time. Eric’s onboard video shows the race long battle and keeps you on the edge of your seat - https://youtu.be/LSIjkuMzqEQ WHEW!!

Back to what I was talking about at the beginning of this race report. The 14-year old track record of 1:29.360 set by Brian Novak in the 2005 Runoffs at Mid-Ohio is still standing. Brian’s car? The very first Rakavon with its short-lived reverse engine mounting (intake on the front and exhaust on the back side). Calvin Stewart got close this weekend but was just under .3 second behind as the fastest of the three Novakars.

After three rounds the Series points are as follows:

1. Eric McRee 70
2. Clint McMahan 40
3. Jeff Delong 40
4. Jack Walbran 40
5. Calvin Stewart 34
6. David Lapham 22
7. Craig Laprade 20
8. George Fox 16

Round #4 will be at Gingerman Raceway, July 20-21.

We are very thankful for our valued sponsors who have made this series possible:

Metalloid Corporation of Sturgis, Michigan (www.metalloidcorp.com )
Hoosier Racing Tire ( www.hoosiertire.com )
Solo Performance Specialties (SPS) (www.soloperformance.com)
Pegasus Auto Racing Supplies (www.PegasusAutoRacing.com)
Hawk Performance ( www.hawkperformance.com )
Winding Road Racing (www.WindingRoadRacing.com )

The Formula 600 Challenge Series was developed to help promote an affordable open wheel formula car class to showcase talent without large financial race budgets. There are no paid staffers and one hundred percent of all sponsorship monies and product goes directly to the drivers in our series mostly as a tow fund payment for each race. The Formula 600 open wheel cars use a 600cc motorcycle engine and a six-speed sequential transmission revving up to 15,000 rpm with speeds in excess of 140 mph. The sound of these cars is likened to F1 cars.

Please visit our website: www.theformula600challenge.com for news, photos and videos.
Share and like us on our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Formula600Challenge/

For more information, please contact:

Jim Murphy
[email protected]
770-861-2337

Fred Edwards
[email protected]
260-438-4295

Carl Maier
[email protected]
972-897-9763
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