Round 5 marks the midpoint of the 2019 Spec MX-5 SimRacing Challenge Series, and Northern California’s Sonoma Raceway will be our host for the dense field of NC Mazda MX-5’s and their virtual pilots for Race’s 9 and 10 tonight!
The Spec MX-5 SimRacing Challenge Series is the virtual version of the real-life Spec MX-5 Challenge series that campaigns identically prepared NC (2005-2015) Mazda MX-5s throughout the United States. last week’s race was at Laguna Seca.
The SimRacing championship winner may choose one of the following prizes:
Each of these prizes is valued at over $4000.
Our live broadcast begins with qualifying at 8:20 PM (EST) followed by two back to back sprint races on the 2.5 mi. Sonoma Raceway. All 10 events this season are being streamed to the Winding Road Magazine YouTube channel – https://youtu.be/r3kXqi7uQrM.
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