What a great weekend for the ARRC. Even with the tower shut down and some fairly chilly conditions it was still a great day of racing. The Friday at the ARRC always seems to be one of the event with the highest attendance and this year was no different. We were so excited to see all of our race families smiling faces.APC_RA_Race 11_2018
More blue sky’s this morning at Road Atlanta as we dropped the green flag on Race 9 of the Atlantic Pro Cup’s 2018 season. This race was again dominated by John McLendon. He is taking a huge liking to this course. After only missing one event this year he is again the event winner and the leader in points. We ended this weekend with two clean races and some new teams joining the Atlantic Pro Cup. Coming up Next is VIR and we look forward to seeing you all there!!
Blue sky’s covered the landscape of Road Atlanta as we dropped the green flag on Race 8 of the Atlantic Pro Cup’s 2018 season. This race was dominated by John McLendon. This Novice started racing at the end of the last season at VIR when he was the Team Driver for the T4 winner of the 2017 Carolina Cup Pro Series. The team utilized one of our signature features we are team based not driver based which allowed the team to qualify for the championship. John moved up through the group to take over halfway through the event and stayed right on top all the way to the end! Congratulations to the entire APC team of competitors who showed their strength of endurance at Race 8 at Road Atlanta. See you all tomorrow.
90 minutes under the lights and the ROVAL. Wow what a great exciting event 90 minutes of turn by turn racing. Keep an eye out for us at Road Atlanta.APC_CMS_Race_7_2018
What a great day of racing and even with the smaller crowd you could see the strategy of the pit stops coming into play. Looking forward to seeing everyone in Charlotte for the 2018 90 minute Atlantic Pro Cup under the lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway.APC_VIR_Race_6_2018
Another great race day at VIR and another name on the Race Engineering Cup. We are super excited about Sundays blowout. Thanks to our teams for constantly supporting the Atlantic Pro Cup.
After a rainy qualifying session the Atlantic Pro Cup started just after lunch with some more great wheel to wheel competition for the cup. As one of the largest groups for Sunday we ended with a fun and clean race with more leader changes then we can count. The top 3 were all only feet apart when the checkered fell on another great day with our friends from South Carolina Region SCCA.
Sun SCR4 APC Official
What a great race day at Carolina Motorsports Park. We had a great start and some great driving by all the cup drivers. We had a huge influx of teams signing up to run for the season! A lot of new and old faces came back to try their hand at some wheel to wheel combat for the change to be the 2018 Atlantic Pro Cup Champion!
Sat SCR3 APC Official
Congratulations to Vance James and James 02 Racing for the overall win in the second leg of the 2018 Atlantic Pro Cup and Race 2 for the Race Engineering Cup. For those who missed this rain race Vance James and his awesome team took the lead from Herman (Gene) Ratchford Jr. only 3 seconds before the flag!! What an amazing end to a race that the orange 02 spun multiple times from the power out the back that Miata.
Carolina Motorsports Park is next on the schedule. Get your registration in for this 17 turn test of your skills around the pride of joy of Kershaw County South Carolina. South Carolina Region SCCA always rolls out the red carpet for this event. We will see you there!
2018 Race 2 Official
Thank you to all the drivers who made the trek up to VIR for our first event of 2018. The Atlantic Pro Cup is excited to say this is a great start to the 2018 Series and we look forward to seeing you all track side very soon!!
Congratulations to David Dickerson for being the winner in the first leg of the 2018 Race Engineering Cup
2018 Race 1 Official