Barber Dodge

Since its inception in 1986 (as the Barber Saab Pro Series), Barber Dodge has earned the reputation as America's premier international talent showcase for open-wheel drivers. Many consider Barber Dodge the most effective career track for up-and-coming professionals. The new partnership with Dodge a bigger, more powerful motor, the 3.5-1 Liter, SOHC, 24-valve V-6 now motivates each Barber Dodge will serve to elevate its status even more.
When Skip Barber began racing professionally, he discovered one of motor sports' most stubborn facts-money buys speed. A driver could be quite fast, even possess great talent, but still lose races to marginal drivers who had better equipment and larger racing budgets.
From this experience the Barber Dodge concept was created: assemble an affordable but highly visible professional race series comprised of identically prepared and maintained open-wheel cars. A pro series where talent, not money, is all that separates the best from the rest.
The Skip Barber organization owns and operates the Pro Series-only the Dodge True Value IROC Championship is run in a similar fashion. Barber Dodge is sanctioned by Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Pro Racing and all Barber Dodge races are classified by the Federation International de ['Automobile (FIA) as Full International Events.
In a nutshell, the Barber Dodge race team prepares and maintains up to 30 identical, equal horsepower, single seat formula cars, each powered by a sophisticated and reliable stock Dodge V-6 engine. Drivers pay a per-race fee of $8,000, with a chance of taking home $10,000 for a win. The series is completely self-contained-four tractor trailers that haul everything: cars, parts and equipment.


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