Posts Tagged “Miller Motorsports Park”

In Photo: 2015 WinterX – February – Round 3

By | March 3, 2015

Well, there it was, Round 3 of the WinterX series at Miller Motorsports Park. The last run of the season. And I have to say, it was rather, umm, uneventful. None of the snow, slush, and grayness of last year. Not saying that’s a bad thing. Just means more, how should I say it, “track […]

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In Photos: 2015 WinterX – January – Round 2

By | January 20, 2015

How can I get some needed seat time during the winter months in Utah? I’m tired of sitting indoors playing Gran Turismo, Forza, or iRacing, what can I do? How can I continue to test and tune my car during the winter months so I’m ready for the upcoming racing season? Honey, what should we […]

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In Photos: NASA Utah Region Round 7

By | November 30, 2014

Sometimes life gets in the way of the important things. As is such the case for this gallery featuring round 7 of NASA Utah. This, the final round of the 2014 season. You can gander at the previous galleries of the season here. Round 7 results here. Need the season results – do the clicky thing here. […]

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In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 6

By | October 14, 2014

Welcome to another WET and rainy NASA Utah event held at Miller Motorsports Park. To be fair to mother nature, it was a great day to go racing the following day! And this was the 2nd to last round of the series (insert “crying eyes” emoticon here). I could go on and on about how NASA Utah is great for […]

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In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 4

By | August 7, 2014

Round 4 of NASA Utah Region’s monthly racing event happened over the last weekend in June. Tack on some great weather and you have yourself a nearly perfect weekend to race on one of the finest tracks in North America – Miller Motorsports Park! This round brought out another series. The Panam GP Series from […]

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In Photos: 24 Hours of LeMons – Return of the LeMonites

By | July 27, 2014

The 24 Hours of LeMons, think of this as the complete opposite to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The first clue. The rules. You can not spend more then $500 on your race car. Compare that to the rumored ~$500,000USD for a GT Corvette C6.R that runs in Le Mans. That’s not to say […]

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