September 16, 2019

Ever walk into a room and have this overwhelming feeling that you had been there before? Even though you KNOW that you never have?

I wonder if that is how Christian Challiner felt as he took the checkered flag this weekend at Milwaukee in the Euro Region Tony Bettenhausen 200

The parallels between the 1963 race and the 2019 one are downright crazy.

Jim Clark vs Christian Challiner
Country - British
Age - Clark 27, Challiner 26
Pole - Both 
Laps Led - ALL 200 BOTH
Lapped the field - Clark lapped everyone but AJ Foyt and Challiner lapped everyone!

If Clark was doubt he was smiling. After all, it was like... Deja vu all over again. 

With his win, Clark literally ushered in a new era of racing with therear-engined Lotus. With his win, Challiner locks in the 2019 Mario Andretti Champion Driver Award for the European region. He secures his first title with his 12th series win and it could not have come in a more fitting fashion. 

Congrats Mr. Clar... Mr. Challiner. You've made...

September 16, 2019

Ask any Australian what the most important motor race of the year is and 99% will say the Bathurst 1000 - and the other 1% will say the Bathurst 12 hours.

The race concept started in 1960 but moved to Bathurst in 1963. The early races were for touring cars but since 1997 the race has been for V8 Supercars. Since then, the race has been a "holy ground" for the war that consumes most Australian car worshippers - are you a Ford or Holden fan? Holden have 33 wins, Ford 20 and everyone else very few - the last win by a manufacturer other than Holden or Ford was 1998!

The most famous, and revered, driver is Peter Brock. He won 9 times (all in Holdens) and since his death in 2006 the winners trophy has been in his name.

Despite the high speeds and the huge crashes regularly seen at the race, only 3 drivers have died whilst competing in the race. One was New Zealander Denny Hulme, the 1967 F1 world champion who suffered a heart attack while driving in the 1992 race. Despite it happening on Conrod...

September 4, 2019

This is just personal opinion, but I found myself less and less interested in NASCAR after they instituted the Chase. Maybe just old school, but I prefer championships to be won by the best driver over the course of a season. 

Sometimes that means they have lots of wins, sometimes that means they have no wins, but pre-chase, I don't think you can go back to any year and say that the champion wasn't the most deserving driver. 

In the Majors Series our Mario Andretti Champions will ALWAYS be determined by a season long points battle. That said, with multiple regions and hundreds of drivers a season ending showdown is just a natural fit. And so we introduce to you, a re-imagined finale. 

When the dust has settled at the conclusion of the Brazilian Grand Prix our newly crowned champions and many of their biggest rivals will have one last test to close out the season.  


The top 50 drivers in the Pro Division Standings (all regions) will be invited to the PLAYOFFS,...

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