2006 Skip Barber Recap
Oct 10, 2006
This was an enthralling battle between Tim George, Jr., and Ryan Booth. The last four laps never saw the same leader, as these two swapped it out till the end, with Jr. in front at the checker. Brent Borland was an unhassled third, Mark Repka an equally lonely fourth and Max Hyatt a solitary fifth.
Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant
Jul 31, 2006
Englebardt led the first lap but fell off the road on lap two and that gave George, Jr., the lead. But two laps later George, Jr., had his moment, rejoining 11 th and that gave Capizzi a lead he wouldn't relinquish despite being hassled the whole rest of the way by Ruzinski, finishing P2 a bit less than a second behind Capizzi. Fee, meanwhile, took very little time coming from 10th on the grid to third (just four laps) and George, Jr., recovered nicely for fourth, nipping Daems at the line. John Potter was seventh, Kolacki eighth, followed by Englebardt and Kistler-Collins.
Eastern Series at Lime Rock Park
Jul 18, 2006
Tim George, Jr., walked with this one, leading every lap and finishing 3.7 second up on Steve Rooyakkers, who had distanced himself from George McArthur and Charles McManus by 20 seconds. Michael Kratz started ninth but worked his way to fifth at the checker.
Tim George and Rooyakkers traded the top spot for the first laps, then Chris Brassard worked his way into the mix. On lap seven, Rooyakkers fell out of the lead (down to ninth) while George, Jr., took over the lead. For the next 17 laps, it was George, Jr., Brassard and McManus, with Brassard making his move three laps from the end to win. In the meantime, Rooyakkers made amends and got all the way back to fourth, just a half-second behind McManus. In fifth was Angelos Angelopoulos, all the way from 12th.
East & Midwest at The Glen
Jun 02, 2006
Tim George did a stellar job in this one, and it was his first Series win. He led the first four laps, until the first of the C-group guys (Ludwig) came up through, and was even competitive with R. & J. Greist and Hammer right to the end. In fact, only he, Mark Fee and Kasey Kuhlman of the S-class drivers got into the 2:12s, which knocks on the door of the C-men. Good racing from front to back, son on the track across the line, Ludwig was your winner, R. Greist second, J. Greist third, then Sportsman winner George fourth followed by McArthur, Hammer (fourth-place C.) and John Potter (P3 Sportsman).