If you didn’t watch the 2013 Australian Grand Prix yet, you missed one heck of a race. And it all ended with The Iceman on the top step of the podium. The best part? He said the win was ‘easy.’
Here is what Raikkonen said on his win:
One of the easiest races I’ve done to win the race. Hopefully, we can have many more of this kind of races.
Come join K1 Speed and Alpinestars for an evening of celebration as we welcome the 2013 Formula 1 season. Alpinestars will be showing the race live from Australia on their 26 foot outdoor screen along with activities, raffles, cars, food, music and more. Saturday March 16th, 9PM – Midnight at Alpinestars HQ in Torrance.
2780 W 237th St.
Meet the Whelen Marsh Racing’s Eric Curran and Boris Said Friday, March 1, 2013 – 7:30pm – 8pm at K1 Speed Austin!
Meet and take photos with your favorite Grand-Am driver!
Watch them race live March 1-2 as Eric and Boris take on the Circuit of Americas track in Austin, TX.
Meet & Greet
Friday, March 1st
7:30pm – 8pm
K1 Speed Austin
2500 McHale Ct.
Austin, TX 78758
Phone: (512) 271-5475
Tanner Foust will be a guest driving instructor at Teen Road to Safety’s Advanced Driving Course this Sunday at 8:30 am to 5:00 pm at Saddleback College.
Students participating in this event could receive a 20% discount on their insurance. check with your agent
TEEN ROAD TO SAFETY ADVANCED DRIVING EVENT
SUNDAY February 24, 2013 8:30 TO 5:00
* LEARN HOW TO CONTROL A CAR IN OUR SKID PAD
* KNOW HOW TO USE ABS VS CONVENTIONAL BRAKING
* LIFE SAVING TECHNIQUES!
To see video click onto www.teenroadtosafety.com
REGISTRATION STARTS NOW! DONT MISS OUT
Prepare, Provide and Prevent.
Note: To be eligible, students must have a driver license or learner’s permit and have completed their behind the wheel training and have been driving for at least 5 months.
This program books up quickly!
Call (949) 697-9933 or e-mail at email@example.com
Teen Road to Safety, Inc
“DEFENSIVE DRIVING IN AN OFFENSIVE WORLD”
About Tanner Foust
A professional driver with a record of top finishes, Tanner is a three-time X Games gold medalist and two-time Formula Drift champion. His varied racing experience also includes open wheel competition, the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, rally racing, sports car racing and the SCORE Baja. Also recognized for his work in front of the camera, Tanner is an on-air host for Top Gear USA and Battle of the Supercars. His professional stunt driving credits include Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift, Dukes of Hazzard, Bourne Ultimatum, Iron Man 2,
We are pleased to announce that K1 Speed and K1 Race Gear’s Richard Zimmerman, Dustin Maddison and Patricio Jourdain are participating in this year’s 2013 Sport Kart Grand Nationals. The trio of drivers will be carrying the K1 Speed / K1 RaceGear banner at the 2013 Grands. Jourdain, lead driving instructor for K1 Speed, is the first driver representing Mexico on the 2013 Grid.
2013 Sport Kart Grand Nationals
JUNE 21st – 23rd, 2013
100 Drivers | 3 Days | 1 Champion
CalSpeed Kart Track
Auto Club Speedway
9300 Cherry Ave
Fontana, CA 92335
Richard Zimmerman [M]: Oceanside, Ca – K1 Speed
Dustin Maddison: Oceanside, Ca – K1 Speed
Patricio Jourdain: Mexico City, Mexico – K1 Speed
VISIT WWW.SPORTKARTUSA.COM FOR MORE INFO!
Need to gear up for the 2013 Sport Kart Grand Nationals this June?
K1 RaceGear and SportKart USA have teamed up to bring you a fantastic offer on the freshest gear in the sport!
Come out K.R.O.P.S 1st meet of 2013 at K1 Speed Irvine. We had a great turnout at K1 Speed in Carlsbad, Ontario, and Irvine for our previous monthly meets.
Chill, relax, and meet some new people. This event is open to all makes and models of all cars: jdm, domestic, imports, euro, vip, hellaflush, trucks, motorcycles, skateboards, whatever. We don’t discriminate!
As ALWAYS, we ask that you respect the area by not bumping your music, revving, doing burnouts, racing, or any of that “ricer” stuff. Also, NO drinking or smoking weed in the parking lot as we have zero tolerance for that and will ask you to leave or call the cops if needed.
Please, Keep Racing Off Public Streets. [K.R.O.P.S.]
Racing will be open from 3pm to 7pm.
(Specials): $15 per kart race all night.
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➜FOOD TRUCKS/VENDORS: TBA
**There will be free raffles with prizes and giveaways.**
K.R.O.P.S. Shirts for sale @ $10 Each. [www.shop.krops.org]
TRACK OK Sticker @ $5 Each.
K.R.O.P.S. Decals @ $5 Each.
SO CAL CAR MEETS & SHOWS Decals @ $4 each
Thursday – Red Bull KTM team visited K1 Speed Anaheim for some karting! We had a great turn out to see the Supercross riders race against each other on the track. Since Ken Roczen won in Oakland it was only fitting to see him in the #1 kart. Ryan Dungey followed with #5 and Marvin Musquin in #25. The first race ended up with Musquin taking 1st followed by Roczen then Dungey. Now that the riders have warmed up they headed to the mezzanine for a quick break.
Qualifier – It was good to see some of our regulars out on the track together that don’t race each other too often. Kc Cook, Brandon Walsh, Diego Morales and Mike Marino won the Fast Lap Contest and now have the chance to race some of the best Supercross riders in the world. It was a good fight between Kc and Brandon but Kc took the heat with 27.357 followed by Brandon 27.593 and Diego 27.691. Dungey ended in 4th with Musquin, Roczen and Marino respectively.
Final – We saw Kc and Brandon battle it out for first but Kc held on til the end. There were a couple spins out and bumping but that’s racing. These are some of the most competitive guys we’ve seen on the track at once. Everyone had a great time on the track!
Here are the results from the Red Bull KTM Supercross riders vs Fast Lap winners FINAL RACE.
1. Kc Cook – 27.385
2. Brandon Walsh – 27.474
3. Ryan Dungey – 27.856
4. Diego Morales – 27.993
5. Marvin Musquin – 27.877
6. Mike Marino – 28.171
7. Bryce Miller – 28.553
8. Ken Roczen – 28.82
After the FINAL RACE Dungey, Roczen and Musquin headed up stairs for a meet & greet and autograph signing.
Saturday – Ryan Dungey won the Anaheim III Supercross 20 lap Main Event. Second place goes to Davi Millsaps. Ryan Villopoto finishes eighth. Millsaps maintains the series points lead. In the 250 West SX class, Kenny Roczen has won the main event and extends his points lead heading into San Diego this weekend. Congrats to Dungey and Roczen in San Diego! Keep this KTM streak alive.
We have our Fast Lap Contest Winners! The following racers will have an opportunity to race with Red Bull KTM riders this Thursday, January 31st! Winners listed below will be contacted via email/phone with details. Thanks to all that raced last week and make sure to stop by K1 Speed Anaheim this Thursday to meet Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen and Marvin Musquin!
K1 Speed centers
Diego Morales – 26.853
Kc Cook – 20.788
Craig Robertson – 26.334
Mike Marino – 24.618
Brandon Walsh: 24.047
KNBR’s 20th Annual Giants FanFest takes place at AT&T Park, Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. The day includes live KNBR broadcasts on the field, player Q&A, free player autographs and places to take photos, a kids zone and more.
Expect a chance to roam the field and meet players like Tim Lincecum, Buster Posey, Matt Cain, Barry Zito, Pablo Sandoval and more, all of whom are scheduled to appear at FanFest 2013.
20th Annual KNBR 680 Giants FanFest
Saturday, February 9, 2013 – 10am-3pm
AT&T Park, San Francisco,
FREE Admission, Free Parking in Lot A
Don’t forget to visit K1 Speed in S. San Francisco just off the 101 fwy North of SFO.
K1 Speed San Francisco
160 Beacon St.
S. San Francisco, CA 94080
Phone: (650) 741-0215
Co-owner of K1 Speed, Boris Said, and more than 70 champions from all kinds of racing backgrounds are coming together this weekend. More than 25 countries represented. And over 2,000 miles of high-speed action. Whether you come for the thrill of seeing the world’s best drivers compete or just want to have a blast in the iconic carnival atmosphere, the Rolex 24 At Daytona has been adding to its world-class legacy for more than five decades.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona 2013 GT Field. Two yellow BMW’s front and center!
Driver lineup: Boris Said, Bill Auberlen, Billy Johnson, Michael Marsal, Will Turner and Andy Priaulx.
#94 BMW E92 M3 GT
#97 BMW E92 M3 GS
Boris Said’s name will be familiar to any North American racing fan, from road racing to NASCAR. That’s because he is one of the most verstile racers in the world – competing in multiple racing series and a wide variety of cars. Said has been driving in select events for Turner Motorsport since 2005. He co-drove the entire 2006 Grand-Am Cup GS season with that year’s Champion Anders Hainer, in a Turner BMW E46 M3. In 2005, he was the overall winner of the 24 Hours of the Nurburgring – the first American to do so. Said will be bolstering the Turner team’s already stellar 2012 Rolex 24 line-up, aiming to add the GT class victory to his two previous Daytona 24 Hour wins. Said will also be driving the #97 with Michael Marsal for the full 2012 Continental Tire series season.