Tag archives for Garett Grist

Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – Pro Mazda Race #2 report and results

Santiago Urrutia wrapped up the Mazda Motorsports advancement scholarship for winning the championship on Saturday, but there was still a lot to race for as evidenced by the march up the final points table made this weekend by Garett Grist. Grist, a 20 year-old, made a daring first lap move stick, and scored his second […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Pro Mazda and Indy Lights qualifying results and notes

Good morning from a foggy Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. After being unseasonably warm the last two days, it appears that the weather “broke” overnight and it will cooler today. It was “only” 57F when I arrived at the track at 7:15am and the high is supposed to top out at 74F. I lied when I […]

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Barber Motorsports Park Mazda Road To Indy update #9 – Sunday 11:16am – Pro Mazda Race #2

The Pro Mazda presented by Cooper Tire field took to the 2.3 mile 17-Turn Barber Motorsports Park Road Course at a little after 9am for their second race of the weekend. It was the same front row as yesterday’s race, with Weiron Tan starting inside of Timothe Buret. NOLA Motorsports Park race winner Santiago Urrutia […]

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