JUPITER, Fla. — Multiple drivers made history as the first winners of the new International Roll Racing Association (IRRA) races last Saturday at Palm Beach International Raceway.
The IRRA was created to give roll racers 18 and over the opportunity to leave the streets, and for the first time ever, become professional racers.
The IRRA has two major classes for racers C1 and C2. The C1 class groups cars and motorcycles that reach speeds 140 mph and over. The C2 class groups cars and motorcycles that reach speeds up to 139.99 mph.
The excitement filled the air as DJ Springer from Power 96 radio Miami, Fla., kept the crowd energized throughout the day setting the stage for thrilling racing action.
Jonathan Reynolds picked up the win in the Front Wheel Drive (FWD) Unlimited class in his 1992 Honda Civic.
Dominique Damidacex was the winner Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) Unlimited class in her 2016 Mercedez Benz C63.
Louay Hamdan captured the win in the All Motor Motorcycle Cycle class on his 2015 BMW RR.
Oscar Baez rode his 2015 Suzuki Hayabusa to the win in the Unlimited Motorcycle class.
Behind the wheel of his 2016 Nismo GTR, Alexander Rodriguez picked up the win in the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) All Unlimited class.
Brandon Smith drove his 2009 Lexus ISF to the victory in the RWD All Motor class.
Sinclair Gordon posted a winning effort in his 1997 Nissan 240 SX in the RWD Unlimited class.
Driving a 2016 Subaru WRX, Hector Rivas captured the top prize in the AWD Unlimited class.
Click here to view the point standings after the first of four races for IRRA competitors.
Racers can become a member for the next International Roll Racing Association event Saturday, August 25 at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Fla. by clicking here. Spectator tickets start at $15 and children 5 and under are free.