VR Motorsports made it’s first entry into the 2010 Formula 1200 racing series.  Currently, the AVR stable contains 6 cars, including the Stiletto, 2 Protoform P2s, Protoform P3 , Black Hole, and the Womer EV3.

#20 Piper Honda F1600

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#11 Piper Honda F1600
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#22 Protoform P2 – For Sale
The Protoform P2 is a very established chassis, used frequently at the US National Runoffs. The car was previously raced by Michael Raekelboom, who drove the car to two consecutive championships. The car is a lay-down style chassis, with slipstream style bodywork. AVR hopes that this car will assist in putting them to the t

#21 Protoform P2 – For Sale
The newest addition to the AVR team.  This Protoform was previously driven by Andrew McMurray to multiple race wins over the past two seasons.  The addition of this car completes an extremely strong 2 car Protoform combination with Reid Arnold

#27 Protoform P3 – Shane Viccary and Sam Ashtiani
The successor to the Protoform P2, the P3 implements similar handling and aerodynamic characteristics of the P2, but with slight alterations.  The front chassis is converted to a rounded bottom, which improved the air flow and cooling of the cylinder heads.  The rear chassis of the car is also now removable from the engine back to improve serviceability of the car.  This specific car has additional bodywork modifications t

#68 Womer EV-3 – Kevin Deevey
Originally built by Ed Womer, the EV-3 is a highly competitive chassis.  The theory behind the car is to be simple, yet highly efficient chassis and suspension.  Very few curves and seams in the bodywork allows for the car to be extremely slippery.  This Womer chassis, while driven by Ed Womer himself, has had a large amount of success in it’s history, including multiple top 10 finished at the SCCA National runoffs.

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