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Friday, June 30, 2006

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Local expert Andy Rossetto – he’s from nearby Grafton, Wis. – took pole for Saturday’s Skip Barber National Presented by RACER.

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Here he is in T14. Last year in the National Rossetto won two of the four Road America races. Points leader Alexander Rossi is also on the front row.

Race-One Qualifying, Skip Barber National Presented by RACER, Road America. Conditions: Dry

1. Andy Rossetto Grafton, Wis., 2:32.223 / 94.598 mph
2. Alexander Rossi, Nevada City, Calif., 2:32.397
3. Kyle Wiegand, Bargersville, Ind., 2:32.451
4. Jonathan Goring, Norfolk, Conn., 2:32.455
5. Kyle Lawrence, Ft. Gratiot, Mich., 2:32.658
6. Duncan Ende, Los Angeles, Calif., 2:32.750
7. Marco Di Leo, Markham, Ont., Canada, 2:33.021
8. Richard Heistand, Orlando Fla., 2:33.140
9. Darius Trinka, Lithuania, 2:33.363
10. Jonathan Gore, Franklin, Tenn., 2:33.374
11. Alex Doman, Conifer, Colo., 2:34.413
12. Juan Pfeiffer, Colombia, 2:34.447
13. Peter Husser, Salinas, Calif., 2:35.374
14. Jason Fennessey, Andover, Mass., 2:35.432

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Masters National points leader Chris Willcox took pole for the Masters National, 3/10s quicker than Dick Lippert. This is Willcox in Turn Three.

Race-One Qualifying, Skip Barber Masters National, Road America. Conditions: Dry

1. Chris Willcox, 2:34.790 / 93.029 mph
2. Dick Lippert, 2:35.111
3. Jimmy Locke, 2:35.569
4. John Greist, 2:35.893
5. John Mayes, 2:35.894
6. Quentin Wahl, 2:36.547
7. Jeff Kaiser, 2:37.075
8. John Peterson, 2:37.304
9. Michael Auriemma, 2:37.416
10. Bob Hagerty, 2:39.527
11. Ron Yarab, 2:41.642
12. Dario Cioti, 2:42.211

Rick Roso

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