The vintage car races of the CSRG Charity Challenge 2021
Sonoma Raceway at Sears Point was the stage for the 18th Classic sport racing group (CSRG) Charity Challenge held October 1-3, 2021 in Sonoma, California. The ‘No Sound Limit’ charity event had over 250 entries and featured practice on Friday, timed practice and qualifying races on Saturday, and Sunday races on the 12-turn, 2.52-mile road course. .
Cars present at the CSRG Charity Challenge 2021
With nine groups of historic racing cars on track, featuring Formula Ford, IMSA cars, Datsuns, Porsche, Alfa Romeo, Mini Cooper, and more, there was certainly something for everyone. With some of California’s Covid restrictions lifted, the event was open and free to the public. Sonoma’s warm and sunny fall weather drew crowds of spectators to the track during the 3-day event, which had not happened since spring 2020.
What is the CSRG Charity Challenge?
The CSRG, founded in 1968, is not just limited to spending time on the track, but also emphasizes the preservation and collection of historic cars surrounded by friendship, fun and fundraising. For a tax-deductible donation, race car rides are available for an exciting three laps in the car of your dreams.
The organization has raised over $ 1 million for Sonoma County charities through its auctions and charity runs in select vintage racing cars. This year’s event benefited the Sonoma Chapter of the Speedway Children’s Charities.
CSRG Charity Challenge 2021 Winners
Below is a list of the first place winners from each race group (information gathered from Race Hero):
Group 1: David Perkins
Group 2: Edouard Lamantia
Group 3: Steve eftimiov
Group 4: Dave olson
Group 5: Chris Rose
Group 6: Steve romak
Group 7: Maurizio brandhoff
Group 8: Mike Thurlow
Group 9: Parker McKean
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