Don’t Miss Out On The Sonoma Raceway
Classic Sports Racing Group Charity Challenge

featuring historic car races!

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to race in a vintage race car? Now’s your chance.  If you’re around the Sonoma Raceway this weekend, you can take three, hair-raising laps around the Sonoma Raceway with world-class racer, Don Racine. And it’s all for charity!!
 
Tickets for these three thrilling race-experience rides are $125 plus admission and all proceeds will go directly to the Speedway Children's Charity event.

Here’s What You Need to Know
The race is Classic Sports Racing Group Charity Challenge  featuring historic car races.
The Race is October 1 & 2.
Location: Sonoma Raceway (formerly Sears Point).

THE RIDE WITH THE RACERS is Saturday and Sunday afternoons, starting at 1pm.
For an additional cost receive three 15-minute track sessions with Don!
(and by the way, Don only knows one speed – fast – so you can be sure you’ll get your money’s worth.


How To Get Your Ride
Be at the track early Saturday morning to sign up.
Rides sell out quickly so get there early to ensure your ride with Don.
Cost per ride is $125.00, plus admission to the race


How To Get Your Ticket To The Racetrack
Advance Tickets to the event are $12 per day or $20 for the entire weekend
Day of the Race Tickets purchased at the gate will be $25 per day.
Tickets can be purchased HERE.


About The CSRG Charity Challenge

The Charity Challenge is the most exciting, bang for the buck, feel-good vintage racing event on the West Coast. Over the past five years it's grown at a phenomenal rate to the point where it's on every racer's short list. From the driver's gift at registration to the last checkered flag on Sunday, the Charity Challenge is a delight.
 
The Charity Challenge is more than a car event. It's an immersion into the type of road racing experience that people loved back in the 60s and earlier---only without the drawback of Port-a-Potties or spec cars with spec motors & drivers with the personality of dead grass. Instead, you get great cars, great racing and great people with a love of the sport to match your own. You will probably eat too much from the food and beverages available at the track, and be exhausted when it's over, but it's worth it. You just cannot do any better….
 
On Saturday all Race Groups have a qualifying session in the morning and a qualifying race in the afternoon.
On Sunday morning there is another qualifying race, followed by a final race Sunday afternoon.
 
As with the Love Memorial, you can participate in the Friday afternoon practice sessions for additional cost and receive three 15-minute track sessions in a slightly modified version of your weekend race group.
 
The feel-good aspect of the event comes from the money CSRG raises for the Sonoma Chapter of the Speedway Children's Charities through its three-lap Track Rides for Charity program. The track rides consist of:  an out lap, a near-racing-speed lap, an in lap.
 
 
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