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Official 2021 Sahlen's Champyard Dog at The Glen Test+7+7 Hour Enduros (Watkins Glen)


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May 28-May 30, 2021
WATKINS GLEN: Test & 7+7-Hour Enduro, $1775
Watkins Glen, NY
"Sahlen's Champyard Dog at The Glen"
Early Pay Discount Ends: March 29, 2021
Event Director: dana.morrison@champcar.org
Entrant List
Download Supplemental Rules and Event Info
Download Event Waiver

 

 

 

Special Updates:

  1. No one under 18 years of age is allowed onto WGI Property.
  2. All participants will be required to show a state-issued ID to gain the facility entry armband.
  3. Appropriate PPE/Face coverings will be required at all times while on WGI property. WGI/ChampCar will stop the event if participants are not wearing proper PPE.
  4. Weekend memberships will not be allowed. All drivers and crew must be entered into the registration system for this event before midnight, May 25, 2021. No exceptions. The name entered into the registration system must match your state-issued ID. If your name is not on the registration list that we will give WGI, you will not be allowed into the facility.  No exceptions.
  5. Camping will be allowed.
  6. Entry procedures will be posted to the supplemental rules soon.

 

 

 

Entries for Sahlen's Champyard Dog at The Glen

Updated 4/13/2021    Limited to ~100 entries

    Team Name Car # Year Make Model
1.   17-107 287 1989 BMW 325I
2.   901 Motorsport 901 1990 BMW 325is
3.   Acura 4 Now 524 2007 Acura TSX
4.   Adairperformancegroup 638 1996 Eagle Talon TSI
5.   All Rhodes Racing 595 1984 BMW E30
6.   Bad Idea Racing 240 1992 BMW 325i
7.   Bare Maximum 429 1995 BMW 325i
8.   Bent Over Racing 985 1997 BMW 325i
9.   Big Guy Racing 344 1983 Porsche 944
10.   Blitzkrieg Racing 242 2001 BMW 325ci
11.   Booksmart Motorsports 628 1991 Acura Integra
12.   Boston Whiners 444 1991 BMW 318is
13.   Boston Whiners 306 1991 BMW 318is
14.   Boston Whiners 689 2000 Chevrolet S-10 Xtreme
15.   Braking Bad 310 1993 Chevrolet Camaro
16.   Budget Monkey Wracing 501 1985 BMW 325
17.   Chandler School 627 1996 Ford Mustang
18.   Clapped Out Racing 993 1994 Bmw E36
19.   Continuous Rotation Racing 173 1990 mazda miata
20.   Crazy Horse Racing 689 1985 Ford Mustang SVO
21.   DamSon Racing 346 1999 BMW E46
22.   Eurocentral 930   Saab 9 3
23.   Flying Purple People Eater 471 1984 Mazda Rx7
24.   Full Send Motorsports 660 2004 BMW 330ci
25.   Gatewood Family Racing 165 2004 Mazda Miata
26.   Good, Bad and Ugly 427 1979 Chevrolet Corvette
27.   Great Globs of Oil 533 1996 Nissan Mazima
28.   Hammerheads Racing 275 2003 BMW 325xi
29.   Haywood Racing 663 1990 Mazda Miata
30.   Haywood Racing 662 1991 Mazda Miata
31.   HDW Racing 571 2006 Honda Civic Si
32.   HJT Motorsports 575 2003 Nissan 350Z
33.   Hounddogs 527 1994 Bmw 325
34.   HYB Racing 669 1990 Mazda Miata
35.   JS Motorsports 378 1990 Mazda Miata
36.   Junk Player Special 500 1995 VW Golf
37.   K-Wood Racing 2 99 1990 Mazda Miata
38.   Kar-Go Racing 236 2004 Mazda Miata
39.   Karlnoski-Roessel Racing 56 1989 Honda CRX
40.   Koko & Bros 695 1993 Mazda Miata
41.   krueger tuned racing 940 1993 volvo 940
42.   Legacy auto sports 261 2000 Mazda Miata
43.   legacy auto sports 265 1995 mazda miata
44.   legacy auto sports 263 1996 mazda miata
45.   LittleBigger Racing 133 1991 MAZDA MIATA
46.   Loanstaracers/Basil Weenie Racing 293 2008 Mazda MX5
47.   Logdog Motorsports 616 1993 Honda Civic
48.   Matt Connolly Motorsports 248 2001 BMW 330ci
49.   Matt Connolly Motorsports 245 2001 BMW 328
50.   McKibbins Biohazard Racing 3.0 384 2021 Secret Project Bio 3.0
51.   Mckibbins Biohazard Racing MR2 2.0 382 1991 Troyota MR2 V6 2.0
52.   MDR Motorsports 830 1993 Mazda Miata
53.   MKD Motorsports 600 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra
54.   MLC Racing 47 47 1991 Chevrolet Corvette
55.   MLC Racing 513 518 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
56.   MLC Racing 761 761 1993 BMW 325
57.   Mostly Motorsports 294 1990 MAZDA RX-7
58.   Mushroom Cloud Racing 535 1988 BMW 535i
59.   Needsmoegas 820 1989 Nissan 240sx
60.   North by Northeast Racing 380 1992 BMW 325i
61.   Paddock Saboteurs 765 1997 Nissan 200SX SE-R
62.   Palm Tree Racing 345 1985 Porsche 944
63.   Pinkies Out Aero 146 1988 BMW 325is
64.   Pinkies Out Swap 246 1988 BMW 325is
65.   Poverty Auto Sport 613 1995 Dodge Neon
66.   Red Pony II 153 2003 Ford Mustang
67.   RedGreenRacing 31 1992 BMW 325i
68.   Redi Imports Racing 585 2001 HONDA CIVIC
69.   Rockwell Autosport Development - BBY Racing 716 1997 Porsche Boxster
70.   Rockwell Autosport Development - BBY Racing 715 1999 Porsche Boxster
71.   Rooster Racing 451 1996 Dodge Neon
72.   Rosmar Racing 701 2001 Mazda Miata
73.   Rosmar Racing 702 1999 Mazda Miata
74.   Rosmar Racing 770 1999 Mazda Miata
75.   Scrappy Doo Racing 607 1991 Mazda Miata
76.   Shut Up Racing 234 1987 BMW 325i
77.   Sparrow Speed 216 1999 Mazda Miata
78.   Squadron 634 1992 BMW E36
79.   StarT Racing 590 1999 mazda Miata
80.   Staten Island Auto Sport 103 1990 mazda miata
81.   Syndicate Racing Development 178 1999 Mazda Miata
82.   Team 856 856 1994 Ford Escort GT
83.   Team Sahlen Charcoal 941 1986 Mazda RX-7
84.   Team Sahlen Dijon 945 1988 Mazda RX-7
85.   Team Sahlen Ketchup 942 1999 Porsche Boxster
86.   Team Sahlen Mustard 943 1999 Porsche Boxster
87.   Team Sterm 449 1991 BMW 318iS
88.   Team Troxell Racing 325 1993 BWM 325is
89.   Triple R Motorsports Ranch 498 1996 BMW E36
90.   Triple R Motorsports Ranch 496 1998 ford mustang gt
91.   Triple R Motorsports Ranch 499 1992 Bmw E36
92.   Triple R Motorsports Ranch 497 1995 BMW E36
93.   TurnIn Motorsports Group 999 1995 BMW 540i
94.   tuttle motor sports 109 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse
95.   tuttle motor sports 108 1995 mitsubishi eclipse
96.   Twisted Nutz Racing 324 1994 Mazda Miata
97.   Twisted Nutz Racing 2 323 1992 Honda Civic
98.   University of Colorado Boulder 719 2001 Mazda Miata
99.   University of Colorado Boulder 72 1990 Mazda Miata
100.   USA & HU Racing 983 1995 bmw m3
101.   Visceral Racing Group 918 1987 Porsche 944RS
102.   Visceral Racing Group 959 1988 Porsche 944RSR
103.   Warrior Racing 897 1991 Mazda Miata
104.   Warrior Racing 877 1990 Mazda Miata
105.   Wee Bee Racing 306 1987 BMW 325 iS
106.   WEISER BLITZ RACING 602 1999 PORSCHE BOXSTER
107.   Wilson-Dailey Racing 15 1995 BMW 325is
108.   Ztek 53 1995 Honda Accord
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We are definitely looking forward to this event. I hope the covid19 restrictions that forced the cancellation last year are reduced enough to run the race this year. I know its a long way out but looking forward to this one.

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  • Bill Strong changed the title to Official 2021 Sahlen's Champyard Dog at The Glen Test+8+7 Hour Enduros (Watkins Glen)

Bill, What does this mean when we have official sponser for a race? How do members benefit when there is a sponsorship? Other than Autozone 10% and Tire Rack helping with lower track costs. What the benefit other than marketing for them. Or they run more Porsches in the field and dominate agianst grassroots in the top 10 is the benefit.

 

For this race everyone gets free hotdogs with bun, mustard and ketchup? Never had one but they sure look good in the pictures. 

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Their 30 year old RX7s did pretty damn good too.

Due to current COVID rules, there may not be any food being served like in the past. We will access as we get closer to the event. 

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11 hours ago, Bill Strong said:

Their 30 year old RX7s did pretty damn good too.

Due to current COVID rules, there may not be any food being served like in the past. We will access as we get closer to the event. 

I'm sure the Porsches are 22 years old.

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3 hours ago, shutupracing said:

Is this 8+7 or 7+7.

 

The supp's and the posted information disagree.

 

Good catch, I really need to hire better people......

 

It should be Double 7's, someone's finger overran its braking point and slide into the number 8 wall..

 

I'll get the Drone in Marketing to fix it.

 

Dana

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  • Bill Strong changed the title to Official 2021 Sahlen's Champyard Dog at The Glen Test+7+7 Hour Enduros (Watkins Glen)

I think DeeDee might be referencing the schedule of events on the first page of the supplementals being one carriage return off the intended times.

 

Before the event was ultimately cancelled last year, WGI was not allowing onsite camping. Has that been specifically discussed yet for this year? Will overnights be allowed again in the paddock?

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The Map in the supplemental rules shows the entire pit area parking lot being "no parking". The RV spots with power/water are inside that space. Spoke to Watkins Glen and was told I couldn't buy camping from them but had to go through "the track renter" (ChampCar). Anyone have any info on if we can get Camper/Rv access?

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1 hour ago, MalHombre said:

The Map in the supplemental rules shows the entire pit area parking lot being "no parking". The RV spots with power/water are inside that space. Spoke to Watkins Glen and was told I couldn't buy camping from them but had to go through "the track renter" (ChampCar). Anyone have any info on if we can get Camper/Rv access?

 

There's several parts to the camping question. There's the actual camping area along the front-stretch, camping in your paddock, and camping way out around the track. 

 

The short answer about camping over night right is that we don't know. Last year the decision about camping was based on Covid. The various restrictions with Covid are changing so there's no way to predict what the situation will be at this point.

 

The areas in the paddock that have been blocked out in the past were based on whether the track had another renter coming in after us. That also will depend on what happens between now and then.

 

We'll get the information for you as soon as we can get it.

 

Thanks,

Dana

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On 1/26/2021 at 6:38 PM, 333 Kinkle said:

Bill, What does this mean when we have official sponser for a race? How do members benefit when there is a sponsorship? Other than Autozone 10% and Tire Rack helping with lower track costs. What the benefit other than marketing for them. Or they run more Porsches in the field and dominate agianst grassroots in the top 10 is the benefit.

 

For this race everyone gets free hotdogs with bun, mustard and ketchup? Never had one but they sure look good in the pictures. 

I’d answer this question, but ChampCar officials might see that as an accusation against them as being bias toward a sponsor that also has cars racing for the win. Especially ones that boast about the number of wins they have by buying them.  

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34 minutes ago, Race Fan said:

I’d answer this question, but ChampCar officials might see that as an accusation against them as being bias toward a sponsor that also has cars racing for the win. Especially ones that boast about the number of wins they have by buying them.  

If you think Sahleens as a team has bought wins (the majority being with their RX7s, Id say you havent got to know them in Champcar.

 

THey are super helpful, run a tight ship (money helps with this!), and are legitimatly fast (Hell, they ran daytona prototypes for awhile as well as other Grand Am classes).

 

THey help with the bottom line of funding Champcar.  They help by allowing a budget that keeps champcar afloat.

 

 

I raced a similar rx7 against these guys for years.  Even beat them for the win a few times.  They helped me, personally, when I didnt have a part or knowledge that they did.  They are willing to share their knowledge.

 

 

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Looking for some clarification on the Test Day sessions. The supps say "1:00-3:00 test session drivers meeting". Is this a 2 hour lapping session or a lapping session following a brief in-person driver's meeting or just a dreadfully long driver's meeting?

 

If I'm reading the other listings right, it's 3-5 and 5-6pm, so total of 5 hours of seat time?

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On 3/1/2021 at 10:53 PM, wvumtnbkr said:

If you think Sahleens as a team has bought wins (the majority being with their RX7s, Id say you havent got to know them in Champcar.

 

THey are super helpful, run a tight ship (money helps with this!), and are legitimatly fast (Hell, they ran daytona prototypes for awhile as well as other Grand Am classes).

 

THey help with the bottom line of funding Champcar.  They help by allowing a budget that keeps champcar afloat.

 

 

I raced a similar rx7 against these guys for years.  Even beat them for the win a few times.  They helped me, personally, when I didnt have a part or knowledge that they did.  They are willing to share their knowledge.

 

 

They are good people.

 

If you were around when one of the drivers on the team i was crewing for punted one of the porches at Pittrace, the repairs on that car were amazing!!!

 

They have helped with my potlucks!

 

If we get to serve food at this one (doubtful) we will make it good for all of you!

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