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The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series heads to England for round two of the championship at what could turn out to be one of the more challenging rounds of season XXXIII, Brands Hatch.

Reigning series champion Philippe Simard got straight down to business last week in the series opener at Kyalami '67 picking up where he left off, on top. The Canadian impressed in qualifying edging out second place Kevin Kirkbride by just over a tenth of a second setting pole with a time of 1:16.090. Simard carried that momentum into the race winning in convincing fashion leading all forty-nine laps and finishing fourteen seconds over second place Kevin Kirkbride. Kirkbride's second place result, followed up by teammate Zack Hefner finishing third, made for a big points scoring night for Podium Hunters in their open wheel debut. Simard's result earned him maximum points for the round to jumping out to a quick early lead in the championship.

NAGPTV will be your home for complete coverage of round two tonight from Brands Hatch. The racing gets underway at 9pm with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

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The North American Grand Prix open wheel series hits the streets of Monaco circa 1966 this evening for round three of the championship in what's quickly becoming a fan favorite, the vintage 1967 Ferrari 312.

Well it has only been two rounds so far this season, but Philippe Simard continued his winning ways last week at Brands Hatch scoring his second consecutive win and is quickly building a sizeable lead in the drivers championship. Simard scored maximum points after his second straight pole position and leading the most laps of the race. Kevin Kirkbride took home his second consecutive second place finish and was pressuring Simard in the first stint. Kirkbride became tangled up with lapped traffic late in the second stint and was not able to make up the ground lost to Simard. Simard's teammate, Ian Jolicoeur, finished on the last step of the podium with solid drive after qualifying on the front row with his teammate.

Simard's win last week puts him out front in the drivers championship with fifty-two points. Kevin Kirkbride is second with forty points and Zack Hefner is third with thirty-two points.

In the team championship, The French Connections Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur lead with seventy-nine points. The Podium Hunter duo of Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner are second with seventy-two points. In a distant third are Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras with forty-nine points.

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Round four of the North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series is upon us. This evening, the series shifts to the Netherlands as the 1967 version of Zandvoort is set to play host for the first time.

It was a difficult night for many of the drivers last week at Monaco, including Philippe Simard, winner of the first two rounds of the championship, the Canadian saw his night end early due to suspension damage. Simard's DNF opened the door for someone new to reach the top step of the podium and Kevin Kirkbride impressed with a near perfect drive around the difficult streets of Monaco.

The race came down to minimizing mistakes. After Ian Jolicoeur jumped out to the early lead ahead of pole sitter Matt Taylor, the two both found themselves in trouble early each needing to make early stops for repairs. Philippe Simard found himself leading yet again on lap ten but he too could not avoid a mishap and was forced into the pits early due to damage. Throughout the early stages of the race Kevin Kirkbride, who qualified in eighth, began gaining positions due to others misfortune and by lap seventeen found himself in the lead. Kirkbride remained out front after all of the drivers cycled through their pit stops and ultimately took home the checkered flag six seconds ahead of Matt Taylor in second. Taylor's second place was impressive after falling to twelfth in the early stages of the race. Equally as impressive was Eiran Parsons, who on lap five was mired back in twenty-second and a lap down. Parsons battle back to finish on the podium and the last car on the lead lap. Monaco proved to a real challenge in the Ferrari 312, kudos to those who managed to finish in the points.

With the win last week, Kevin Kirkbride has now taken over the lead of the drivers championship with sixty-five points. Philippe Simard falls to second with fifty-two points after last weeks non-finish. Matt Taylor has moved into third with forty-seven points.

In the team championship, Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner of Podium Hunters lead overall with 111 points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are second with ninety-two points while Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras lie third with seventy points.

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The 1967 version of Zandvoort will provide some great racing with its fast and hilly layout. Look for turn one to be the scene of some great overtaking opportunities. Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live! Missed the race live? Follow us on YouTube and watch the race the next day.
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The Monday night league travels to Belgium this evening to take on the challenging 1966 layout of Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps this week in North American Grand Prix's historic 1967 Ferrari 312 open wheel championship.

Zack Hefner survived the challenge of Zandvoort last week to earn him his first open wheel win in a race mired with early retirements. Pole sitter and the winner of the first two rounds, Philippe Simard, made an unforced error from the lead at the start of lap two which forced him into the pits early for repairs. Simard's teammate, Ian Jolicoeur, took over the lead of the race which he held until lap 26 when Jolicoeur entered the pits for his scheduled stop. Hefner, who was nearly three seconds behind Jolicoeur, took over the lead of the race at that point. By the time Hefner entered the pits for his only stop on lap 36 from the lead, an eye popping fifteen drivers managed to see their races end early within the first 28 laps of the race. Despite the bevy of retirements, Hefner maintained great pace and his decision to pit late into the race proved to be a race winning call. Hefner, after a quick stop for fuel, rejoined with a nearly eight second cushion over Jolicoeur. Hefner managed to keep his car out of trouble and cruised home to take the checkered flag five seconds ahead of second place Jolicoeur. Championship leader Kevin Kirkbride finished third on the final step of the podium.

After four rounds, Kevin Kirkbride leads the drivers championship with 83 points. His teammate, Zack Hefner jumps to second after last weeks win with 71 points. Ian Jolicoeur is third with 63 points.

In the team championship, Podium Hunters Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner are building a sizeable gap over their competitors with 154 points. The French Connection's Ian Jolicoeur and Philippe Simard are second with 116 points. Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras sit third with 70 points.

NAGPTV will bring you complete coverage of round five from Spa beginning at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

It does not get any easier for the drivers this week with the daunting 14km 1966 Spa layout this evening. The key to the race? Just be able to finish...

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The North American Grand Prix open wheel series moves to England this evening for round six of the championship from the historic 1967 layout of Silverstone.

After two straight DNF's, Philippe Simard got back to his winning ways last week at Spa-Francorchamps '66 finishing just ahead of Kevin Kirkbride in one of the most dramatic finishes we've seen this season. Simard's night got off to a positive start after grabbing pole position by 1.6 seconds over second place Kirkbride. Simard's pace in qualifying led the viewers to believe that this race would be walk in the park but within the first few laps, it was clear that those behind Simard had the pace to challenge the Canadian for the win. Kirkbride, driving with 60kg of success ballast, kept the gap to Simard to within five seconds of the leader throughout the first stint. Kirkbride, who elected to pit much later than the leader, rejoined the race just one second behind Simard after a quick pit stop. With the race on its final lap, Kirkbride managed to get a run on Simard and overtook the leader as they approached Blanchimont. Exiting Blanchimont, Kirkbride ran his Ferrari just wide enough to slow his momentum and allow Simard back past. Kirkbride took one last stab at an overtake entering La Source but left his braking just a bit too late and was not able to complete the maneuver. Simard took the checkered flag 1.5 seconds ahead of Kirkbride for his third win in six races. Eiran Parsons finished on the final step of the podium for his best result thus far this season. Truly a great show put on by the front runners in an action packed race.

After five rounds, Kevin Kirkbride is our championship leader with 103 points. Zack Hefner is second with 87 points and Philippe Simard is third with 79 points.

In the team championship, Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner of Podium hunters continue their dominance on Monday night's with 190 points. The French Connection's Phillipe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are second with 142 points. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston are a distant third with 93 points.

NAGPTV will have all of your racing coverage live tonight starting at 9pm eastern from Silverstone. The racing begins with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

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The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series has arrived in Germany for its most challenging test of the season in the 1967 Ferrari 312; the seventh round of the championship from the legendary Nordschleife circuit gets underway this evening at 9pm eastern.

John Houston took home his first win since season XXXI at Brands Hatch last week with a stunning upset at Silverstone 1967. Houston, who qualified in 8th, was benefited by an incident on lap two which saw the top three qualifiers get tangled up and dropped to the back of the field. Coupled by a great pit strategy which saw him pit later than nearly everyone else on track, Houston positioned himself perfectly to take over the lead on lap 35 allowing him to motor across the finish line and into victory lane. The action on track was incredible for this race, gaps were very close and position changes were occurring frequently. The big change for position was for second late in the race, as championship leader Kevin Kirkbride, who had led for most of the first stint, was pushing to catch back up to Houston in the lead. This led to a mistake by Kirkbride at Club that Philippe Simard, in third, was unable to avoid. The two had contact which resulted in damage to Kirkbride's suspension taking him out of podium contention and ultimately finishing in a disappointing 10th. Allen Jacobs, who was not far behind the battle for second, managed to get around the Simard and Kirkbride incident to finish a season best second. Simard, who was mired back in 21st after the incident on lap two, amazingly worked his way back through the field to take the last step on the podium.

With six rounds officially in the books, it is Kevin Kirkbride who remains in the lead of the drivers championship with 111 points. Philippe Simard moves into second after last weeks result with 98 points. Zack Hefner slips to third with 93 points.

In the team championship, Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner of Podium Hunters maintain a substantial lead in the standings with 204 points. Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur of The French Connection are second with 166 points. Eiran Parsons and John Houston of TBROKDAMBAM move up to third with 120 points.

NAGPTV is your home for complete coverage of round seven at the Nordschleife. The broadcast begins at 9pm eastern with 25 minutes of qualifying followed by the 200km race.

The key to tonight's race around the "Green Hell" will be survival. Those who can minimize mistakes should finish well and potentially make up ground on the leaders to start the second half of the season.

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With the driver and team championships beginning to tighten up, the North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series has arrived in Canada for round eight of the championship this evening at the thrilling Mosport Circuit.

Ian Jolicoeur made his way to victory lane for the first time this season after an impressive drive last week at the Nordschleife. Jolicoeur, who clocked in with the fourth quickest time in qualifying, sliced his way through the top three qualifiers in the opening laps which included some brave overtaking maneuvers as well as some savvy driving by those being passed. By lap five, Jolicoeur found himself around pole setter Marc DeGras and in the lead. Once the drivers completed their stops, Jolicoeur withstood pressure from a determined Kevin Kirkbride in the closing laps. Jolicoeur hung on to take the win just eight tenths ahead Kirkbride in second. Philippe Simard finished on the final step of the podium after getting past Zack Hefner who suffered an engine failure late in the race. Overall, thirteen drivers finished on the lead lap, an impressive showing at a difficult track and in an even more difficult to wrangle '67 Ferrari 312.

After seven rounds, Kevin Kirkbride remains our points leader with 131 points. Philippe Simard moves into second place with 116 points with Zack Hefner dropping to third with 96 points.

In the team championship, Podium Hunters Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner saw their lead shrink a bit after last weeks results. Podium Hunters remain out front with 227 points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur close to within 18 points of the leader after finishing first and third last week. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston are third with 132 points.

You can catch tonight's race at Mosport live at 9pm eastern on NAGPTV. The racing begins with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

With walls close to the track, the fast sweeping corners of Mosport leave little room for error. The drivers will once again need to be well prepared to tackle this important eighth round of the championship.

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The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series travels to Italy this evening for round nine of the championship at the historic 1966 layout of Monza.

Matt Taylor took his first win of the season last week at Mosport finishing ahead of pole setter Chris Moses to move into fourth in the championship standings. Taylor managed to get past Chris Moses on lap eight and from there cruised to victory finishing seventeen seconds ahead of Moses. The win for Taylor was his first since round eleven at Monza last season. It was also the best start and result for Moses this season, finishing on the podium for the first time. Zack Hefner finished on the podium in third picking up some valuable championship points. It was a difficult night for the top two drivers in the standings as leader Kevin Kirkbride finished in eighth after getting tangled up with Ian Jolicoeur in the opening laps of the race. Second in the standings Philippe Simard did not help his chances after failing to finish for the third time this season.

After eight rounds, Kevin Kirkbride leads in the driver standings with 140 points. Philippe Simard is second with 116 points and Zack Hefner is third with 114 points.

Podium Hunters Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner lead the team championship with 254 points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are second with 211 points. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston are third with 158 points.

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The high speed Monza Circuit is a favorite among the drivers lending itself to some close racing and exciting overtaking opportunities. This one should be a barn burner!

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The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series travels to upstate New York for round ten at the all new Lilski created Watkins Glen International.

It was all Ian Jolicoeur last week at Monza '66 as the Canadian dominated round nine beginning in qualifying by snatching up his first pole position of the season by nearly three tenths over second place qualifier Zack Hefner with a lap time of 1:27.405. Jolicoeur followed up his impressive qualifying performance by jumping out to the early lead of the race and never looking back. Jolicoeur finished the night leading 29 of the scheduled 35 laps scoring maximum points for the round. Equally as impressive as Jolicoeur's drive was, so was that of the Squeaky Wheels tandem of Kevin Lechmanski and Jake Feimster. Both finished with their best results of the season with Lechmanski finishing comfortably in second 11 seconds behind Jolicoeur and Feimster, picking up a couple positions after a late push in the closing laps, scored his first podium of the season. Fantastic drives by all three on the podium.

After nine rounds, Kevin Kirkbride has jumped out to a commanding lead in the drivers championship with 152 points. Two straight non-points finishes has kept Philippe Simard from closing the points deficit as he is now tied for second with his teammate Ian Jolicoeur with 116 points. Zack Hefner is third with 114 points.

In the team championship, Podium Hunters Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner remain your leaders with 266 points. The French Connections Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are 29 points behind with 237 points. Captain Clutch Racing's Matt Taylor and Marc DeGras have moved into third with 174 points.

Be sure to check out NAGPTV this evening at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of round ten at Watkins Glen. We begin the broadcast with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

It's now or never for some of the drivers to make a push towards the drivers and team championships as we enter the final three races of the season. Championship leader Kevin Kirkbride remains the only driver to complete every lap this season. With that kind of consistency, it's beginning to look like it will be Kirkbrides championship to lose. However, this is racing, and anything is possible.

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The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series heads to Japan this evening for the final round of the season 33 championship at Fuji '68.

Kevin Lechmanski took home his first win of the season last week after a dominating performance at Bridgehampton. Lechmanski kicked the night off by by out-qualifying Philippe Simard by just over a tenth of a second on his way to his first pole position of the season. The race saw Lechmanski quickly jump out to the early lead and lap by lap the gap over his rivals continued to increase as they struggled to keep pace with Lechmanski at the incredibly difficult circuit. By the time Lechmanski dove into the pits on lap 27, his lead over second place was nearly 20 seconds. Lechmanski's second stint was flawless, setting fast lap of the race as he cruised home to take the checkered flag. John Houston finished the night in second 28 seconds behind the leader while Zack Hefner landed on the final step of the podium, 44 seconds behind first place. The win for Lechmanski moved his Squeaky Wheels team into the top five of the team championship for the first time this season.

Kevin Kirkbride, who finished fifth, has clinched the drivers championship in open wheel for his first NAGP drivers championship. Kirkbride's 186 points was enough to clinch the title with one race remaining. Zack Hefner will try to close out the season in second place as he and third place driver Ian Jolicoeur have 18 points separating the two 150 to 132.

Podium Hunters Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner have clinched the team championship after last weeks race marking the first time Podium Hunters have won a team championship in open wheel. A string of DNF's, topped off by a non points finish last week for The French Connections Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur took the team out of contention. The French Connection will have their work cut out for them this evening as TBROKDAMBAMS hot second half of the season has them just 15 points behind second place 255 to 240.

Join NAGPTV this evening at 9pm est for complete coverage of the twelfth and final round of season 33 from the 1968 layout of Fuji. The racing begins with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

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