Archive For The “Miller Motorsports Park” Category

In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 1

By | April 3, 2014

What is that you hear in the distance? Did you noticed a slight scent of hot metal and exhausted race fuel in the air? Is it possible that it’s time to go racing again? Held over March 21-23rd on Miller Motorsports Park’s Outer loop track, NASA Utah Region had their first event of 2014 season. The weekend consisted […]

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In Photos: WinterX – Round 5

By | March 25, 2014

Well, consider that a wrap! Round 5 of WinterX for the 2013/2014 season is in the books! There’s not a lot more to say, beyond what I’ve said here, here, here, and here. For those that participated, you can view the results here – note: as of this writing Round 5 hasn’t been posted yet. […]

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In Photos: WinterX – Round 4

By | March 2, 2014

A racing event on the tail end of winter? Must be another WinterX event at Miller Motorsports Park! This was the fourth WinterX event of the season. A season that’s had it’s share of cars and SUVs – yes, SUVs – tearing it up on the track in a slew of winter driving conditions. From […]

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In Photos: WinterX – Round 3

By | January 20, 2014

Round 3 of Miller Motorsports Park’s WinterX series happened the past weekend of January 10th. Everything from Miatas, CRX, S4, Lancers, Porsche 911s, even SUVs, attempted to tackle the Miller Motorsports Park track as fast as the can. Each driver faced ever changing conditions: from slush, to ice, to dry pavement. All under the constant […]

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In Photos: WinterX

By | November 30, 2013

We’ve talked many times here at Daily Derbi about ways to get on the track and get started as an honest-to-goodness racer. Rather it be for recreational purposes, or gunning for the pros, one thing that everyone needs is “seat time”. Time on the track, learning your skill, learning your car, learning how to handle […]

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Racer Roger Miller Dies

By | August 19, 2013

Race car driver and son of Larry H. Miller, Roger Miller, passed away unexpectedly Sunday. “Roger was a gentle soul and he will be missed,” brother Greg Miller, current CEO of the family business, said in the statement. Few details were released Sunday on Miller’s passing. Miller, 45, worked with the company for 28 years […]

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