Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Moses' Other Job

Star Race Cars and Moses Smith Racing jointly announced on September 7, 2009 that Moses Smith Racing, LLC. (MSR), headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, will take over all support for the approximately 300 Standard FM rotary-powered race cars currently in use across North America, as well as the MSR sports racer, a full-bodied version of the Standard FM.

For 2010, Moses Smith Racing is proud to introduce the Formula Mazda Network and the new Formula Mazda Logo. "Since our recent acquisition of the Formula Mazda, we are working diligently to reestablish the FM Network that has slowly dwindled in recent years. It is our goal to continue focusing our efforts on the rebirth of the Formula Mazda."

Chuckwalla Valley Raceway (CVR) is planned to be Southern California's premier automobile and motorcycle racing, training, and testing road course race track facility. CVR occupies 1,100 acres that is completely fenced and secured. The facility currently has one road course track operational that is 2.68 miles long (a little longer than the old Riverside International Raceway) and features seventeen (17) turns, is 40 feet wide, multiple elevation changes, a couple of double apex turns, a long banked turn, and a tricky three turn off-cambered section that mimics (to a lesser degree) the famed corkscrew at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The track was designed by internationally known motorcycle racing school operator, designer, and author ("Features of Race Track Design") Ed Bargy.

Moses Smith Racing, LLC
You can visit Moses' Formula Mazda Website by clicking here.

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