Tag: Sonoma Raceway
My Ford Mustang vs. Formula Ford and tackling the House of Drift As we approach the end of the 2012 Formula Drift season, I had a chance to mix things up behind the wheel. Just for a weekend, I “traded” my Ford Mustang for and open-wheel Formula Ford. Back to my roots of racing a [...]
Another beautiful day in NorCal set the stage for racing at Sonoma Raceway. The final round for the Pirelli World Challenge Race series is here at Raceway in Sonoma and is the setting for the last battle to secure the driver’s and manufacturer’s championship. A new track layout also provides more opportunities for passing.
There’s going to be a ton of action and excitement during the GoPro IndyCar Grand Prix at Sonoma this Sunday (if you don’t have your tickets yet, snag some here). Between the stacked field and the new track layout, this promises to be one of the best events on the IndyCar calendar. But the main [...]
If you were at Raceway Sonoma for its NASCAR weekend in June, you saw eBay Motors there as a sponsor diving into the fan experience (check out our Saturday recap here) and giving a thorough recap of the race for those who couldn’t attend in person. We were back in Sonoma in July for the [...]
As we continue our sponsorship of Sonoma Raceway much like we had for NASCAR back in June, this weekend we are present during the NHRA Nationals. As part of this sponsorship and presence this weekend, we are also auctioning off a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 that is currently set at $75,000.
Today, our eBay Motors team is attending both the MotoGP race at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California as well as the NHRA Nationals at Sonoma Raceway. We’ll have our teams available to ask questions at both events throughout the weekend as we’re sponsoring these races. The question we’d like to know most from you is, [...]
NASCAR Nation descended upon Sonoma Raceway this past weekend in grand fashion. And the eBay Motors team was on-site feeling the vibe of fan excitement, watching NASCAR drivers making more right turns than left, and creeping through traffic gridlock worse than the Ventura freeway at rush hour.