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NAGP Season 32 Info

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    North American Grand Prix Season 32 sign-ups are now open!

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    Sign up information can be found here: http://www.northamericangp.com/board/forumdisplay.php?64-League-Sign-Ups

    Prizes awarded to the Driver, Team and Competition Index (driver who completes the most laps) Winners

    If you're interested in competing in the best North America has to offer do not hesitate! See you on track!

    Follow this thread for race announcements and broadcast replays of both leagues all season long.​
     

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    A few spots remain for the Monday open wheel series. Season starts Monday!
     
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    The summer break is finally over! Season XXXII of the North American Grand Prix Thursday night GT series begins tonight with Super Pole for round one at Sebring.

    The conclusion of season XXXI brought about some changes for this upcoming season. The cars this season will now be using the GT3 spec tires and will be limited to three tire compounds, soft, medium and hard. In addition to the change in tire model, factory traction control and ABS have been introduced as well as a larger fuel capacity and variable weather. Not only will these changes make the action seen on track closer, but it will introduce a host of varying strategies from teams not seen in seasons past.

    Another change this season is the addition of sponsors. Four teams this coming season will be sponsored by companies representing the gaming and esport industry. Those teams are last season's driver and team champions Pater Szabo and David Maros of TURBONERDZ being sponsored by Evolved Talent Agency. Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner of Podium Hunters sponsored by Morrison/Lee. Brad Merys and Al Marimon of Gotta Go Bye! sponsored by Snowden Studios and finally, Chris Moses and Eiran Parsons of Precision Motor Racing sponsored by Fog Studios.

    All of the hard work and preparation during this past off-season has finally brought us to tonight's season opener. The racing begins tonight at 9pm eastern with single lap super pole qualifying from Sebring. In qualifying, each driver will have one shot to lay down their best lap in an attempt to secure pole position for next weeks 400km feature race. Immediately following the single lap qualifying session, the drivers will compete in a fourteen lap qualifying race. The top two drivers from the single lap qualifying session will lock in their starting positions for next weeks race, regardless of their result in the sprint race. Meanwhile, for the remainder of the field, their starting positions will be determined based on their finishing results in the sprint race.

    As always, NAGPTV will have complete coverage of tonight's great event live streaming on twitch and now YouTube simultaneously with your hosts Jake Feimster and Jack Ivy providing the play-by-play.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from Last Night's GT Super Pole at Sebring
     
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    After last Thursdays outstanding season opener in GT at Sebring, it's now time for the open wheel drivers to strut their stuff this evening with round one in the new for season XXXII 1991 Formula One Championship mod from Laguna Seca.

    Season XXXI team champions Precision Motor Racing will once again return to the grid to defend their titles this coming season. Chris Moses and Matt Taylor have been the class of the field in the open wheel series on Mondays winning four out of the last five team championship titles since moving to Assetto Corsa in season XXVII. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston will be looking to once again take the fight to PMR and end their dominance on Monday nights. The newly formed French Connection pairing of Ian Jolicoeur and Phillipe Simard will be a team to watch this season as both drivers have displayed incredible pace in preparation for this season. Marc DeGras will make his debut in the open wheel category this season moving over from the GT class and Joel Eckman will be a full time competitor this season, both drivers are looking very quick.

    NAGPTV is your home for complete coverage of tonight's opening round at Laguna Seca. The racing begins at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

    Season XXXII will recreate all of the excitement and passion from the 1991 Formula One season as we race at nearly all of the legendary tracks from that year in an incredible car painted in classic Formula One liveries.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's '91 F1 season opener at Laguna Seca
     
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    The second half of the two week round one event for the North American Grand Prix GT series takes place this evening with the 400km feature race from Sebring.

    The Lamborghini's are looking strong at Sebring after claiming the top three starting positions for tonight's feature race following last weeks super pole qualifying. Last seasons drivers champion Peter Szabo claimed pole position by just over a second over first time front row starter Jonathan Cuppett. The two drivers guaranteed their front row starting spots for tonight's feature race.

    The qualifying race that followed proved to be a terrific fourteen lap sprint for the drivers up and down the field. Matt Taylor, qualifying from third, managed to get around pole setter Peter Szabo early in the race and went on to take the eventual win. Turbonerdz teammates Peter Szabo and David Maros finished second and third to make it an all Lamborghini podium.

    Jake Feimster and Jack Ivy will have the call of tonight's 400km race at Sebring. Tune into NAGPTV as the green flag waves at 9pm eastern time.

    Although the Lamborghini's appear to have the advantage this evening at Sebring, 400km is a long race. The Lamborghini drivers will need to drive perfectly because as we've seen in the past, mistakes are very costly and one slight bobble will see you gobbled up by the rest of the pack.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    NAGP Season XXXII GT Spotters Guide
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    Replay from last nights 400km GT race at Sebring

     
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    The North American Grand Prix Monday night Formula One open wheel series heads down to Brazil this evening for round two of the championship at the famed Interlagos Circuit.

    Last week's season opener at Laguna Seca produced some thrilling racing throughout the grid as well as a first time pole setter and winner in the Monday night league. The night began with a hotly contested qualifying session among the top five positions on the grid. Philippe Simard took home his first career Monday night pole position edging out Chris Moses in the session by under a tenth of a second. The top five were separated by just five tenths of a second with Marc DeGras taking the fifth spot in his debut in the series last week.

    As the race began, Chris Moses and Matt Taylor, second and third on the grid, jumped out to the early lead on the soft tires running first and second in the early stages of the race. After getting tangled up with lapped traffic on lap six, Moses was forced to retire from the race due to mechanical damage. His Precision Motor Racing teammate, Taylor, took over the lead of the race. A fuel miscalculation by Taylor forced him to coast around the circuit in order to save fuel and make it into the pit lane. The mistake costing Taylor valuable time on track and ultimately a potential win. Those two incidents handed the lead of the race to Philippe Simard, who on the mediums, opted for a one stop strategy and managed to maintain a gap over Marc DeGras who was running second at the time. After pit cycles were completed, it was Philippe Simard who found himself leading and ultimately winning the race all while on a one stop strategy that did not appear to be the right call when the race began. Simard held it together, drove well at the end and came away with his first win in the Monday night series. Eiran Parsons finished second after starting the race back in sixth while Matt Taylor battled back from his earlier mistake to take the final step on the podium.

    Now it's time to do it all again! Join Kevin Kirkbride and Brad Merys as they bring you complete coverage of round two from Interlagos starting at 9pm eastern on NAGPTV. The night of racing begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

    This will be the first round this season where we see what kind of effect the success ballast will play on last weeks podium finishers. It will certainly be interesting to see how tonight's race plays itself out.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Interlagos
     
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    Round two of the North American Grand Prix GT series is set to take place this evening from the wonderful Watkins Glen International Raceway in New York.

    NAGP kicked off season XXXII last week in grand fashion with the 400km season opener at Sebring. In a race predicted to be dominated by the Lamborghini's after locking out the top four starting positions on the grid, things did not quite go as expected. Heavy favorites going into the night, the Evolved Talent Agency sponsored Turbonerdz squad, last seasons team champions, ran into some trouble at this event. David Maros, who started fourth, encountered some technical gremlins which forced him to retire on lap twenty-two. His teammate, pole sitter and last seasons drivers champion Peter Szabo; after losing several positions in the early stages of the race, was pushing very hard to try and catch the leaders and make up time lost. Unfortunately for Szabo, he pushed it just over the limit in the first sector on lap forty-eight, suffering engine damage which proved to be terminal.

    Those two retirements, as well as trouble for Jonathan Cuppett, who started on the front row next to Szabo, opened the door to the rest of the field looking to take advantage of the Lamborghini struggles. TCB Racing's Matt Taylor, who started from third, was the only Lamborghini driver not run into any misfortune on track. Taylor quickly jumped out to an early lead and ran incredibly consistent for the entire sixty-seven lap affair. Taylor maintained a comfortable gap over his rivals fighting it out behind him and ultimately ended the night on the top step of the podium for his first career win in GT on Thursday nights. The battle for the last two steps of the podium was hard fought. After the final pit stops, Glickenhaus driver Kevin Kirkbride of the Morrison/Lee sponsored Podium Hunters team and David Poel of 05 Motorsport in the C7 Corvette, engaged in some great racing in the closing laps of the race. Kirkbride held the second spot up until lap sixty-three when a slight mistake from Kirkbride allowed David Poel. Poel held onto the position finishing second after starting thirteenth. Kirkbride recovered to finish the night in third. Other notables from last week were Jesse Olsen, who had a great run in the Ferrari to finish fourth and Zack Hefner who finished eighth in the Glickenhaus after starting near the back of the grid.

    Be sure to tune in this evening for round two of the championship live from The Glen! Jake Feimster will have complete qualifying and race coverage starting at 9pm east on NAGPTV.

    Lap times around Watkins Glen in the practice week leading up to tonight's race are incredibly close. In all honesty, it appears to be anyone's race to win.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's GT race at Watkins Glen
     
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    The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series travels to Italy this evening for round three of the championship at Imola.

    Last week at Interlagos, Kevin Lechmanski had the biggest night of his NAGP career scoring his first pole position followed by his first ever victory on Monday night's in the open wheel series. Lechmanski, known more for his fantastic track creations is also quite adept behind the wheel as well.

    Lechmanski began his memorable night on pole position, edging out Philippe Simard by an incredibly close two thousandths of a second. After being shuffled back a couple of positions when the race began, Lechmanski settle into a nice groove setting consistent laps. Lechmanski opted for a one stop strategy as opposed to a two-stopper employed by those around him. That decision proved to be the right call as Lechmanski took over the overall lead of the race on lap thirty-four. Lechmanski took home the checkers eight seconds ahead of second place Eiran Parsons. In another shocker, David Ralli finished on the final step of the podium and in doing so, equaled his Team TFS squads total points for the last two seasons combined! Great drives by all three podium finishers.

    Be sure to join the Monday night broadcast crew on NAGPTV for complete coverage of tonight's race at Imola. Coverage begins at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race to the checkered flag.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Imola
     
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    The North American Grand Prix GT series travels north this evening for round three of the championship at the historic Mosport Circuit in Canada.

    After a disappointing start to his season 32 campaign, last seasons drivers champion, Peter Szabo, recovered from his DNF at Sebring and was back in form last week taking his first win of the season at Watkins Glen.

    Szabo began the night by putting his Lamborghini on pole position by just over a half of a second over Kevin Kirkbride in the Glickenhaus. As the race got underway, a sluggish start by Szabo allowed his teammate David Maros to jump into the early lead from third. Front row starter Kevin Kirkbride was involved in an incident at turn one that saw him get shuffled back in the field and out of contention early. Maros' lead was short lived, Szabo made his way past Maros on lap four which ultimately turned out to be the move of the race for Szabo. Szabo went on to lead thirty-two of the scheduled thirty-seven laps ending the night on the top step of the podium with maximum points for the round. Brad Merys, who started fifth, pulled together a solid drive in the McLaren finishing in second, seven seconds behind the leader while Jon Ludden finished third from the fourth starting position. The win by Szabo put in him right back into the title contention despite his non points finish after round one.

    After two rounds, Matt Taylor and Brad Merys are tied for the championship lead with thirty-two points. Jesse Olsen is second two points behind the leaders. Peter Szabo sits third three points behind.

    In the team championship, TCB Racing's Matt Taylor and Jonathan Cuppett lead with fifty-four points. Al Marimon and Brad Merys of Gotta Go Bye! sponsored by Snowden Studios is second with fifty points. Peter Szabo and David Maros of Turbonerdz sponsored by Evolved Talent Agency are third with forty-six points.

    NAGPTV will be your home for complete coverage of tonight's round three from Mosport. Join Jake Feimster and Jack Ivy for all of the play-by-play beginning with qualifying at 9pm eastern followed immediately after by the 200km race.

    Mosport is shaping up to be an incredible race. In the build up to tonight's race, only a second separates the top twenty drivers. It's looking to be anyone's race to win. We can't wait to get this one underway!

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's GT race at Mosport
     
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    The confined streets of Monaco plays host to round four of the North American Grand Prix 1991 Formula One championship this evening and NAGPTV will have all of the action live starting at 9pm Eastern.

    Philippe Simard took his second win of the season last week at Imola holding off a hard charging Chris Moses late in the race and moving himself into a tie for the lead of the drivers championship. Simard who started second behind pole sitter Moses, was on a different strategy than the Moses to begin the race. Simard, on a one stop strategy, took over the lead on lap thirty after Moses, on a two stop strategy entered the pits for his final stop. Simard on the slower medium tire, saw an eight second gap to Moses quickly start to fade away as Moses was setting a blistering pace on the quicker soft compound tire. With five laps to go, the gap between the top two drivers was at one second. Moses was patiently waiting for the right opportunity to get around Simard but that opening was never there. Simard managed to hold off Moses finishing just two tenths ahead of second place. As all of the attention was focused on the two guys at the front, Simard's teammate, Ian Jolicoeur, quietly drove it home to a solid third place finish. The drivers did not disappoint last week, certainly the most exciting race of the season thus far up and down the grid.

    After three rounds, Eiran Parsons and Philippe Simard share the lead in the drivers championship with fifty points each. Matt Taylor is second with forty-one points and Marc DeGras is third with forty points.

    In the team championship, TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston lead with seventy-four points followed by Chris Moses and Matt Taylor of Precision Motor Racing with seventy points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Joliceour received a big boost in the championship standings after last weeks result jumping up to third with sixty-eight points.

    Be sure to tune into NAGPTV this evening for round four from Monaco. At 9pm eastern we'll get the action started with qualifying followed immediately after by the race.

    Monaco has historically been a race filled with attrition. This will no doubt be the most difficult test so far this season for the guys behind the wheel of this beast of a car.

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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    Replay from last night's F1 race at Monaco
     
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    The North American Grand Prix Thursday night GT series will be at the thrilling Virginia International Raceway this evening for round four of the championship.

    Last weeks race at Mosport was marked by a couple firsts by two drivers in the GT class. We begin with Shawn Ricker, who shocked some by throwing his Purple Helmets Ferrari 488 on pole position by over a tenth ahead of Matt Taylor in second. Unfortunately for Ricker, the celebration was short lived after a mistake at Moss corner sent him to the back of the grid. Ricker was forced to retire shortly thereafter completing just one lap. Salem Montgomery Jr. in the Audi, who qualified third, jumped out to the lead of the race after Ricker's mistake, a lead he would not relinquish for the remainder of the night. The win would not come easy for Montgomery Jr. as a pair of Porsche's were hot on his tail eager for a way around. Eiran Parsons and Chris Moses, who have struggled a bit to start this season, found their rhythm at Mosport, pressuring Montgomery Jr. in the late stages of the race. Ultimately, a well prepared Montgomery Jr. remained laser focused and brought his Audi home in first taking his first GT win in Assetto Corsa on Thursday night's. Parsons finished just two seconds off the leader in second followed by Moses in third.

    After round three, Eiran Parsons has moved into first overall in the drivers championship with forty-three points. Jesse Olsen, who is off to a great start this season is second with forty points. Last seasons drivers champion, Peter Szabo, sits third with thirty-seven points.

    In the team classification, Precision Motor Racing's Eiran Parsons and Chris Moses, with seventy-four points, have moved into the lead after last weeks great result in the Fog Studios Porsche 911. Peter Szabo and David Maros of Turbonerdz sit second four points behind the leaders in the Evolved Talent Agency Lamborghini. TCB Racing's Matt Taylor and Jonathan Cuppett are third with fifty-nine points, also in a pair of Lamborghini's.

    Join Jake Feimster and Jack Ivy for complete coverage of round four from VIR. Tune into NAGPTV starting at 9pm eastern for qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

    The lap times among the drivers in practice are again very close this week. VIR looks poised to be an incredible race. Staying out of trouble on track will more than likely result in a great finish. We could very well see another new winner tonight. We're looking forward to this one!

    Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
     
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