Question of the Week: Are You Unhappy with the State of Dodge Motorsports?
Earlier this week I brought you the unfortunate news that Dodge had pulled factory backing from the Viper endurance racing program, effectively killing the Viper racing program. This is the fifth racing program dumped by the company in the past few years, with the endurance program following the end of the Global RallyCross team, the […] More »
This was going to be a piece about how Kumo Wittmer won the 2014 Tudor IMSA United SportsCar Championship GTLM drivers championship and how the #93 Dodge Viper won the team championship this past weekend in Atlanta with their 7th podium finish in 8 races. That was, however, before the Chrysler Group issued a statement […] More »
This past weekend the Dodge Viper SRT GTS-R race teams headed to Road America for the 8th event of the season for the GTLM class and while the Vipers couldn’t pull offer as strong of a finish as they have in the past few races – the team continued their podium streak and closed the […] More »
This past weekend, the endurance racing teams of the Tudor United Sports Car Championship arrived at Sebring International Raceway in Florida for the annual winter testing session and the SRT Viper GTS-R program sent the #93 car to Florida for this important test run. This is the final open testing session for all of the […] More »
When the original Dodge Viper GTS-R race program hit the track back in the late 1990s, it was a nearly unstoppable force that displayed success that has become legendary in the racing world. It was that same success that the Street and Racing Technology (SRT) group had hoped to achieve when they launched the new […] More »