is anyone interested i in a spot on this site for actual updates on Dempsey's car racing activities? I follow racing. He is doing well, improving, and ambitious. It's fun to follow his work on the track.
Yes, I have been trying to track his racing schedule this past year. I did find out some info. But, I think his season is over now? I'm not sure. Yes I'm in. thanks.
Oh sorry, I'm Gloria, from the east coast. Happy to meet you.
here is upcoming info- there is one more Koni Chall. race this season - the other 2 are last of current season.
Three Races in Two Days During Sunchaser 1000 Weekend at Miller Motorsports Park.
Friday, September 14
3:00 pm â€“ KONI Challenge
No. 54 Supercuts Ford Mustang GT fielded by Hyper Sport in the GS co-driving with Rick Skelton of Atlanta, Ga., in a 2.5-hour race.
Saturday September 14
10:00 am, SCCA Pro Racing SIRIUS Satellite Radio Mazda MX-5 Cup series.
No. 29 Mazda MX-5 Miata entered by Team MER for a solo 45-minute end of season race.
Saturday, September 15
3:00 pm Rolex Sports Car Series
7.5-hour the season-ending race driving a new car with a new sponsor, the No. 40 SoBe Mazda RX-8 GT fielded by Hyper Sport. His first outing in the Rolex Series' GT class he will co-drive with Hyper Sport partner Joe Foster, and Charles Espenlaub.
The ROLEX SERIIES taped race is scheduled to be televised on the Speed Channel September 23.
All races - the link for live timing etc.
Hey GreyMutter, Thanks for the info.
Love to be able to follow his racing record. I'm always happy to see him/team do well. Unfortunately,I won't be here that week. I leave for Europe next monday. I'll return to the USA the week of 9/24.
I'll touch base with you when I return.
I'll read any updates you post here when I return.
Again thanks /Cool Beans!!!
today's races: 9/15/07
Mazda MX-5 Cup 12 noon #29
(ROLEX) live on the Speed Channel @1pm and 5pm ET - # 40 with teammates Joe Foster and
yesterday's race (KONI)- this will be tape televised on the Speed Channel 9/23/07 3pm ET
Patrick Dempsey and Rick Skelton earned their best finish of the season as a duo in the No. 54 Mustang FR500C at Miller Motorsports Park. Skelton brought the car into the pits in 14th position, and Dempsey was able to hold and improve that with a 13th place overall in Friday's Koni Challenge Series race at Miller Motorsports Park.
Patrick Dempsey -- No. 54 Supercuts Mustang FR500C (Finished 13th)
"It was good. Usually I go out first, but this gave Rick some more time in the car. This was really the first time that I had to deal with getting into the car second. We weren't really prepared for driver changes and I found myself about five inches too far back in the seat so each lap when I'd brake I'd slide under the steering wheel, so that was the first challenge. Once I got out there it was so slippery and there was absolutely no grip. I had to be patient and we were able to hold our position."
RICK BROUGHT THE CAR IN THE PIT IN 14TH AND YOU WERE ABLE TO IMPROVE ON THAT WITH THE FINISH. "Towards the end I think a lot of cars had some problems. I think the team had a lot to do with our finish at the end of the race. I felt good during the race; I've been doing a lot of cycling. I was happy; it was our best finish together with him and I. Charles Espenlaub and I had a fifth or sixth-place finish earlier in the season so that was something for us to build on. This track in particular isn't for the Mustangs. They've got to start taking some of the weight off because we're getting killed by the BMWs and Porches in the corners."
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