California Roadrace Association Moving Round Three To Buttonwillow

California Roadrace Association Moving Round Three To Buttonwillow

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By California Roadrace Association (CRA):


Due to a change in circumstances, California RoadRace Association (CRA) is rescheduling Round 3 of competition which was originally scheduled for July 29-July 31, 2022 at Willow Springs International Raceway.  Round 3 will now be held on July 23-July 24, 2022 at our home track Buttonwillow Raceway Park (“BRP”).

“We would like to thank Les Phillips and Carrie Hester for allowing us to host a third round at home,” said CRA Co-Founder Daniel Mole.

Race configuration 1 CW will be utilized to ensure a different track layout every time we set foot at BRP.

With the possibility of the new track at BRP being completed by the third quarter of 2022, there may be a chance we can add several more rounds to our 2022 schedule.

For more information on CRA visit their website at Get licensed and let’s go racing. #areyoucra #racecra #iamcra

CRA would like to thank their sponsors for their support: Riderz Law, Feel Like a Pro, CTML Consultants, Motorsport Exotica, VnM Sport, Track Daz, Let’s Ride Track Days, Carters @ the Track, Fun Track Dayz, 61 DTC (Pirelli), Racers Edge Performance (Dunlop), Blood x Sweat x Tears Vodka, Fosters Freeze (Sanger, CA), Blud Lubricants, Bellissimoto, AZAD Wheels, Action Sports Canopies, Boxo USA, Captit Performance, ASV, KYT Helmets, Thermal Technology, Suspension Matters, #376 Design, Cinepixel Productions,  The Heights Restaurant & Bar, ChaChaCha Motorsports, Maria Cid Insurance Agency, 844-MY-MOTOW.

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