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  • Endurance Racing with World Racing League- Introduction

    Hi everyone. Just wanted to introduce myself and WRL for those who aren't familiar with the series. I have helped out with several Chin events at Texas World Speedway over the last few years, both as a corner worker and corner control as well as helping spread the word for events and wrangling instructors when they were first starting in the Texas region. I love working with them.
    I am a national staff member of World Racing League. WRL is an amateur endurance racing series. We have 5 classes of cars based on power-to-weight, everything from Spec Miatas to Spec Boxsters to BMWs and Corvettes.

    If you have 8 hours or more of wheel to wheel experience or advanced DE experience, you qualify. For Chin members, that would be anyone in the Blue, Red, or White groups.
    http://www.racewrl.com/landing_page

    We will be running the full course at VIR at the end of the year, as well as several track between now and then, Mid-Ohio, Brainerd, Hallett, and COTA.
    http://racewrl.com/2017-schedule

    Rule book is short and easy to read:
    http://www.racewrl.com/pdfs/2017_rules.pdf

    "WRL is for ANYONE who wants to be competitive in endurance racing. The rules and classing system were developed by a group of racers, average working class guys, all with various backgrounds - club racing, karting, crapcan, instructors, fabricators, etc. All with a love for racing. One thing everyone agreed on from the start - we wanted a series that represented all of us, how we saw ourselves as racers and how we felt about road racing. A place to have fun and race anything we wanted, vintage to current year model, within a system that ensured that cars fell into a class where they could be competitive. Out of that came our classing system that allows you to built a safe, durable endurance racer that is cost-effective to campaign, and where money isn't an issue. Build a basic race car and go, or spend money on go-fast parts and move into faster classes."

    Any questions, feel free to reply here, message me, or email: levica@racewrl.com

    Cheers

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