//
archives

long beach

This tag is associated with 15 posts

Perfect four for Van Berlo with twin Porsche Carrera Cup North America wins in Long Beach

Kay van Berlo (Netherlands living in Miami, Florida) continued his perfect season in the Porsche Carrera Cup North America Presented by the Cayman Islands with today’s victory at the Grand Prix of Long Beach. The 40-minute race – Round Four of the 16-round season for the premier one-make series on the continent – was the … Continue reading

Van Berlo earns Porsche Carrera Cup North America Long Beach Win

Kay van Berlo (Netherlands living in Miami, Florida) earned his third-straight Porsche Carrera Cup North America Presented by the Cayman Islands victory of the season today at the Grand Prix of Long Beach. The Pro class points leader raced from the overall pole position to the win in the No. 3 Kelly Moss Porsche 911 … Continue reading

Hot lap on hot track gives van Berlo Porsche Carrera Cup North America Long Beach pole position

Porsche Carrera Cup North America Presented by the Cayman Islands points leader Kay van Berlo (Netherlands living in Miami, Florida) continued at the point of the field today during qualifying for this weekend’s third and fourth rounds at the Grand Prix of Long Beach. The driver of the No. 3 Kelly Moss Porsche 911 GT3 … Continue reading

Park Place Motorsports Home Turf Trifecta

Park Place Motorsports completes its home turf trifecta with SRO Pirelli GT4 America Sprint on the Streets of Long Beach, California for rounds three and four. Park Place Motorsports takes driver and sponsor of the No. 7 VOLT Lighting Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR Alan Brynjolfsson to his second home in Southern California. Brynjolfsson named … Continue reading

Sebring winner Porsche switches from endurance to sprint mode

The Porsche GT Team tackles round three of the IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship season at Long Beach (USA) as the leader of the manufacturer and team classifications. After a hard-fought victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring in Florida, the two ca. 510 hp Porsche 911 RSR start under very different conditions at the Pacific … Continue reading

TRG’s First Class Weekend in Long Beach and A Hard Fought Third Place Finish

TRG returned to the sun-soaked streets of Long Beach for the 44th running of the Long Beach Grand Prix, battling to a hard-fought third-place finish in Sunday’s Pirelli World Challenge GT4 Invitational Sprint race in the #66 TRG Porsche Cayman GT4 MR. Driver Spencer Pumpelly handled the challenging oceanside street course with skill and determination … Continue reading

Hargrove Highest: Pfaff 911 GT3 R Continues as Top PWC Porsche at Long Beach

Scott Hargrove continued to show the way for the Porsche customer teams in the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) this weekend at the Grand Prix of Long Beach. The Canadian was fourth overall in the No. 96 Pfaff Porsche 911 GT3 R on the Southern California street circuit, having won the first two 50-minute races in … Continue reading

Porsche targets second win of the IMSA season

Following the season-opening rounds at the long distance classics of Daytona and Sebring in Florida, the IMSA SportsCar Championship now heads to California. Coming up on April 14 is the 100-minute event at Long Beach, the shortest race of the year. On the 3.167-kilometre street circuit, the Porsche GT Team fields two Porsche 911 RSR … Continue reading

Wright Motorsports Carries High Momentum to Long Beach

This weekend, Wright Motorsports will head west for Round 3 of the Pirelli World Challenge Championship at the 43rd running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Still fresh off of their podium sweep in St. Petersburg, Wright Motorsports drivers, Patrick Long and Michael Schein, look to continue their street course success at the

Two new Porsche 911 RSR tackle the shortest race of the IMSA season

With the long distance classics of Daytona and Sebring ticked off, next up is the shortest race on IMSA SportsCar Championship calendar on 8 April: Round three on the fully walled and fenced street circuit in Long Beach, California, is over in just 100 minutes. Set against a postcard-perfect