Viper ACR-X 2010

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The 2010 Viper ACR-X was built to contest the Dodge sanctioned spec series – Dodge (2010-2011)/SRT (2012) Viper Cup. There were a total of 50 cars built in two, 25 car runs. Of the factory Viper race cars, ACR-X is the closest to production spec with the cars beginning life as 2010 ACRs at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant before receiving modifications and final assembly at Roush Industries in Livernois, Michigan. The production 8.4L V10 was rated at 640 horsepower and 605 ft-lbs of torque with the addition of tubular five into one exhaust headers, forged pistons and a recalibrated engine control unit after removal of the catalytic convertors. The original twin-disc clutch was replaced with a lighter, aftermarket unit. An additional canard at the front of the car provides 100 lbs of additional downforce than the standard ACR and vehicle weight was reduced 120 lbs despite the addition of a roll cage and fire suppression system. A 26 gallon fuel cell replaces the factory fuel tank and wider annulus front brake rotors provide additional thermal mass. The “X” retained the production Sidewinder wheels, but rode on Michelin racing slicks. Three seasons of the Viper Cup were contested with Ryan Schimsk winning the initial championship and Ben Keating winning the final two iterations. Following the conclusion of the series, these cars would find their way into various amateur racing series. As of 2020, Cindi Lux and Lux Performance are still successfully campaigning two modified cars in the SCCA sanctioned Trans Am series.

-Shawn Romig

Thank you ACR-X team members!

The following were kind enough to be interviewed and in some way contributed to the success of the ACR-X program: Ben Keating, Cindi Lux, Dick Winkles, Dominik Fahrnbacher, Gary Johnson, Kuno Wittmer, Lee Carducci, Matt Bejnarowicz, Tom O'Dell, Tom Francis.

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Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Tim Galyean

White Prototype

Original Engine Number: Unknown

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dodge

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: This car was used to unveil the Viper ACR-X program in December 2009. It was the primary press vehicle appearing in a white livery with black center band and dual white driver's stripes with red pin stripes. It wore number 10. The car was tested by Lux Performance in the 2010 Portland Rose Cup Races. It would then be used in Dodge Viper Cup for various support purposes. The car can be identified by its white chassis paint. Its history beyond the conclusion of Viper Cup in 2012 is unknown. The original chassis identification number is unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2010 Portland Rose Cup

Photo by Jeff Boerio

Photo by Jeff Boerio

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Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Black Prototype

Original Engine Number: Unknown

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dodge

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Dodge, Michigan (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was the second developmental mule for the ACR-X program. It wore a black livery with dual silver GTS style stripes and had black paint on the chassis. Lux Performance was given the car to test at the 2010 Portland Rose Cup Races. There it competed as number 78 while driven by Cindi Lux. It would go on to compete in Dodge Viper Cup wearing race number 01 while being driven by Dodge engineers and management racing incognito under false names. SRT leadership remembers that for 2011 the livery was updated to red with white fang stripes as well as white door stripes. The car still ran in Viper Cup races as number 01. Following the conclusion of Viper Cup in 2012 the history of the car is unknown, but as of the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant closing ceremony in August 2017 it was still on display at the factory.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2010 Portland Rose Cup Races

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R2, VIR - 5

R3, Hallett - 5

R4, Hallett - DNF

R9, Spring Mountain - DNF

R10, Spring Mountain - 3

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R5, VIR - 10

R6, VIR - 6

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 1, R. Gilles/M. Bejnarowicz

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R3, Road America - 3

R4, Road America - 4

R7, Monticello - 6

R8, Monticello - 2

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Tim Galyean

ACRX001

Original Engine Number: 5000

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Jim Stout (*2019)

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Jim Stout

Chassis History/Notes: Car left CAAP in primer, then received Plum Crazy Purple custom paint with a black hood, black wing end plates/stanchions and a cleared wing. It competed the inaugural season of the Dodge Viper Cup in 2010 wearing race number 1. Driver Jim Stout finished 4th in the season points standings. Its competition history beyond 2010 is unknown, but this car still wears its original Plum Crazy livery with race number 1 as of 2019.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 5

R2, VIR - 8

R3, Hallett - 4

R4, Hallett - 5

R5, Pocono - 5

R6, Pocono - 5

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 6

R8, Miller Motorsports Park -8

R9, Spring Mountain - 4

R10, Spring Mountain - 10

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

ACRX002

Original Engine Number: 5001

Original Run Group/Class: None

First owner: Bernie Katz

Next owners (year): Private collection > available for sale at Viper Exchange 10/31/2018

Current owner: Bill Blewitt, Michigan (2020)

Chassis History/Notes: Originally left CAAP in primer, but then painted with the optional livery which matched the car which Dodge used to promote the ACR-X program. It is white with a black center band and dual white driver's stripes outlined in red pin stripes with a #10 on the door roundels. The car only has delivery miles as it went from Roush directly to the private collection.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by David Steele

ACRX003

Original Engine Number: 5018

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Michael Von Quilich

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown, California (*20??)

Chassis History/Notes: This X left CAAP painted white with no stripes and white wing/end plates/stanchions. This car split time with ACR-X 11 being driven by Michael Von Quilich and wearing number 19 across the 2010 and 2011 seasons of Dodge Viper Cup. It wore a white livery with a red hood and deck lid. Its history beyond the conclusion of the 2011 season. The car was located in California in May 2022. Additional updates to follow.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - DNF

R2, VIR - 7

R3, Hallett - 3

R4, Hallett - 4

R5, Pocono - 9

R6, Pocono - 6

R10, Spring Mountain - 7

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 6

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 3

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 4

R6, VIR - 5

R7, Texas World Speedway - 9

R8, Texas World Speedway - 11

R9, Daytona - 13

R10, Daytona - 9

*TBD*

ACRX004

Original Engine Number: 5002

Original Run Group/Class: None

First owner: Lee Brown

Next owners (year): Baxter Dodge in Omaha, Nebraska (2017)

Current owner: Sold via Barrett Jackson Scottsdale (2020)

Chassis History/Notes: Car was apparently in storage with no miles in as received/unpainted primer form at Baxter Dodge in Omaha, Nebraska per Bruce (BlknBlu on VOA forum).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None

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Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX005

Original Engine Number: 5005

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Ted Hughes, Nebraska (*2017)

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Ted Hughes, Nebraska

Chassis History/Notes: Leaving CAAP in primer, the car was then finished in GTS Blue with black fanged stripes, and GTS Blue on the wing/end plates with black stanchions. Car is still owned by its original owner in Seward, Nebraska wearing GTS blue paint with black stripes (2017). It competed in the inaugural season of Dodge Viper Cup wearing number 5. It did the same at select events of the 2011 Dodge Viper Cup season. The car appeared at the 2021 Viper Days Reunion at Road America still wearing a blue livery, but with the dual black stripes also protruding onto the hood. It wore race number 3 and was entered in the Time Trial group. Its competition history between the end of Viper Cup and the VDR Reunion in 2021 is unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 6

R2, VIR - 6

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 7

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 5

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 5

R5, VIR - 3

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 2

2021 Road America (Viper Days Reunion), Time Trial - R1: 8, R2: DNS

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ACRX006

Original Engine Number: 5004

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Ben Keating, Viper Exchange

Next owners (year): Scott Manwell (*2015)

Current owner: Scott Manwell (*2015)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was delivered in primer with a clear coat wing and black end plates/stanchions. Car appeared as the #33 with Viper Exchange in a replica BMW art car livery at the inaugural Viper Cup race at VIR in 2010. Ben lead from flag to flag to win the first race. BMW apparently intervened over the art livery so Ben switched to a Viper Exchange livery wearing electric looking blues, red, and purples with a black center band on the top side of the car outlined in red pin stripe. The car still wore race number 33 with this new livery.

At some point it was damaged, but was quickly repaired for Ben to resume driving at a later event. This chassis was the winningest car in Viper Cup scoring 10 race victories and 2 season points championships with Ben Keating behind the wheel for all of them. The current owner Scott Manwell has applied a white livery with blue center band, side mirrors and wing. There are dual driver's stripes with white on the hood and decklid and blue contrasting the white roof section. The car retains race number 33.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup - 2nd Overall Points Championship

R1, VIR - 1 B. Keating

R2, VIR - 2

R3, Hallet - DNF

R4, Hallet - 8

R5, Pocono - 2

R9, Spring Mountain - 9

R10, Spring Mountain - 4

2011 Dodge Viper Cup - Series Champion, Ben Keating

R1, Sebring - 2

R2, Sebring - 3

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 1, B. Keating

R5, VIR - 1, B. Keating

R6, VIR - 3

R7, Texas World Speedway - 8

R8, Texas World Speedway - 1, B. Keating

R9, Daytona - 2

R10, Daytona - 15

2012 SRT Viper Cup - Series Champion, Ben Keating

R1, Road Atlanta - 1, B. Keating

R2, Road Atlanta - 1, B. Keating

R3, Road America - 1, B. Keating

R4, Road America - 1, B. Keating

R5, VIR - 2

R6, VIR - 5

R7, Monticello - 1, B. Keating

R8, Monticello - 8

R9, Watkins Glen - 2

R10, Watkins Glen - 1, B. Keating

END

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

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Photo by Bring a Trailer

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ACRX007

Original Engine Number: 5017

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: David Mazyck

Next owners (year): Unknown owner in Gainesville, Florida (201?) > Oak City Motors - Garner, NC (2017)

Current owner: BaT Username: "WBKVPR" (2018)

Chassis History/Notes: Originally this X left CAAP painted white with black center stripe and a clear wing with white end plates and black stanchions. It first competed with this livery at select rounds of the 2010 Viper Cup wearing number 3. It returned in 2011 for a full season campaign with the addition of a red driver's stripe on its livery. Driver David Mazyck would finish seventh in the season points championship. The car also would contend the entire 2012 season of SRT Viper Cup still in the same livery with number 3. David would finish the season in fifth place on points.

The exact history following the 2012 Viper Cup season is unknown, but a new owner in Florida ran the car there as part of his multi-Viper collection. During this time the car was maintained by Archer Racing and KSR Performance & Fabrication. This car was said to have run a few HPDE events in 2017 with the last one being at VIR. Appears for sale at Oak City Motors in North Carolina wearing #223 and Trans Am TA3 class badging, white/black center band/oversized red driver's stripe. Car has additional reserve fuel cell and cool shirt system installed and listed with 7900 miles on 9/20/2017. Car was sold via Bring a Trailer lot #8298 on 2/23/2018.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R5, Pocono - 8

R6, Pocono - DNF

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 12

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 12

R9, Spring Mountain - 10

R10, Spring Mountain - 13

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 8

R2, Sebring - 6

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 9

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 9

R5, VIR - 15

R6, VIR - 15

R7, Texas World Speedway - 5

R8, Texas World Speedway - 6

R9, Daytona - 11

R10, Daytona - 10

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 3

R2, Road Atlanta - 7

R3, Road America - 6

R4, Road America - 8

R5, VIR - 6

R6, VIR - 7

R7, Monticello - 8

R8, Monticello - DNF

R9, Watkins Glen - 7

R10, Watkins Glen - 4

2015 Sebring (Trans Am), TA3I - 2 (34)

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX008

Original Engine Number: 5003

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Eric Galerne

Next owners (year): Jerry Robinson, Texas (*201?)

Current owner: Jerry Robinson, Texas (*201?)

Chassis History/Notes: Left CAAP in primer, but was finished before delivery in Snakeskin Green with dual black GTS stripes, SSG wing end plates, black stanchions and clear coated wing center section. This car competed regularly in Dodge Viper Cup wearing a snakeskin green livery with dual black stripes driven by Eric Galerne wearing number 37. The specific race results beyond the 2010 season are still being investigated as Mr. Galerne also owned ACR-X 28 which carried a similar livery.

It was then purchased by Jerry Robinson who is competing in the SVRA series in both sprint and endurance formats. In the longer races he is sharing driving duties with Bobby Archer who is also maintaining the car (2019). After a couple track incidents, the car has been rebuilt to an extremely competitive standard and is consistently winning in SVRA. These victories have resulted in the duo securing both the Spring and Endurance Series Championships for the 2020 SVRA Group 12 season. The car competed at the 2021 Viper Days Reunion at Road America in the Race group wearing its SSG livery and race number 14.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 9

R2, VIR - 11

R5, Pocono - 4

R6, Pocono - 6

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 11

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 10

R9, Spring Mountain - 6

R10, Spring Mountain - 8

SVRA - multiple events

2020 SVRA Group 12 Spring and Endurance Championships - J. Robinson/B. Archer

2021 Road America (Viper Days Reunion), Race group - R1: 7, R2: 7

ACRX009

Original Engine Number: 5016

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Larry Carter

Next owners (year): Private collection, Texas

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: This X left CAAP with black everything - paint, wing, end plates, stanchions. It raced in the inaugural race of Dodge Viper Cup wearing number 44 with its original black livery. It did not return until the 2011 season of Dodge Viper Cup when it contended select rounds appearing as it did in 2010. The competition history beyond this is unknown, but it's believed that the car was sold and all decals were removed leaving a solid black car. Its current whereabouts are unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 7

R2, VIR - DNF

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 10

R2, Sebring - 7

R5, VIR - 13

*TBD*

Photo by Tim Galyean

ACRX010

Original Engine Number: 5008

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Connie Bogan

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Car originally delivered in primer with clear wing, black end plates/stanchions. Livery updated to white with blue center band and white driver's stripe. This car contended the inaugural season of Dodge Viper Cup in 2010 wearing race number 10. Driver Connie Bogan finished sixth in the season points championship. It would only attend select rounds of the 2011 Dodge Viper Cup series appearing as it did during 2010. The car's history beyond the conclusion of the 2011 season as well as its current whereabout are unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 8

R2, VIR - 10

R3, Hallett - 7

R4, Hallett - 9

R5, Pocono - 7

R6, Pocono - 9

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 10

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 9

R9, Spring Mountain - 7

R10, Spring Mountain - 12

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R5, VIR - 7

R6, VIR - 14

R9, Daytona - DNF

R10, Daytona - 11

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 8

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX011

Original Engine Number: 5015

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Michael Von Quilich

Next owners (year): Unknown > Robert Strickland, Ohio (201?)

Current owner: Bruce Kalin (April 2021)

Chassis History/Notes: Originally said to have been built in monotone red including the wing, end plates and stanchions. This car split time with ACR-X 03 being driven by Michael Von Quilich and wearing number 19 across the 2010 and 2011 seasons of Dodge Viper Cup. It work a red livery except for a white hood and deck lid.

Following the conlcusion of the 2011 Viper Cup season its history is unknown, but by 2018 the car appeared with a new owner in a red livery with black center band and red driver's stripe wearing race number 21. The car has been maintained by Complete Performance Motorsports and competes in NASA events as of 2020. It has received an extender splitter, but the other mechanical changes are unknown. The car changed hands in 2021 and began competing in SCCA GT2 competition including the National Runoffs.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 8

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 7

R9, Spring Mountain - DNF

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R2, Sebring - 5

R5, VIR - 14

NASA - multiple events

2021 SCCA GT2 events

Photo by Tim Myers

Photo by Tim Myers

Photo by Tim Myers

ACRX012

Original Engine Number: 5007

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: David Coterel

Next owners (year): Tim Hund (2012)

Current owner: Tim Myers (*2013)

Chassis History/Notes: Original configuration was primer with clear wing and black end plates/stanchions. Car was purchased new by a gentleman that owned a Harley Davidson Motorcycle dealership. The car was displayed there, but never raced. It was eventually sold to Tim Hund who participated in a single race weekend in 2012 SRT Viper Cup race as well as a number of track days and club races. The car competed under number 22 in Viper Cup. In 2013 this chassis was purchased by Tim Myers. Tim has since competed in numerous SCCA race events scoring as many as 25 wins as of 2017 while wearing #22 on a red livery with black hood, roof, decklid and wing along with a white driver's stripe.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R5, VIR - DNF

R6, VIR - 11

SCCA - numerous events and victories in T1 class across multiple years

*TBD*

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Dave Morgan

Photo by Dave Morgan

ACRX013

Original Engine Number: 5006

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dave Morgan

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Left CAAP in primer, but was delivered in Viper Orange with dual custom driver's stripe, a clear wing, orange end plates and black stanchions. This car competed in select 2010 Dodge Viper Cup races wearing number 59 in its original livery. It maintained this number and livery in 2012 for a full season of Viper Cup after which driver A. J. Morgan finished third in the season points championship. The car only attended one race weekend of SRT Viper Cup in 2012. Its history beyond this point and current whereabouts are unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R3, Hallett - 9

R4, Hallett - 2

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 1, A.J. Morgan

R2, Sebring - 11

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 1, A. J. Morgan

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 3

R5, VIR - 4

R6, VIR - 2

R7, Texas World Speedway - 1, A. J. Morgan

R8, Texas World Speedway- 2

R9, Daytona - 3

R10, Daytona - 17

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R9, Watkins Glen - 3

R10, Watkins Glen - 3

NARRA - multiple events

*TBD*

Photo by Throttlestop

Photo by Throttlestop

Photo by Throttlestop

Photo by Throttlestop

Photo by MOTORVAULT

ACRX014

Original Engine Number: 5023

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Jim Balestrieri

Next owners (year): Rick Stone, Indiana (2018) > Available for purchase via Motor Vault, Indiana (May 2021)

Current owner: Unknown owner, Florida (January 2022)

Chassis History/Notes: Built with white paint and finished with dual bright blue GTS style stripes with a white wing/end plates and bright blue stanchions. Was listed on eBay briefly in December 2017 with just over 3,000 track miles. The car was said to have been used exclusively for private track day events. Equipped with black OZ Challenge wheels and wearing race #14 still in white livery with blue GTS stripes, paint matched wing. The car was said to have Moton three way dampers installed. By May 2021 the car was again listed for sale having only covered about 100 miles over a three year period. It appeared as it did when listed in 2017.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None

ACRX015

Original Engine Number: 5022

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Jeffrey Burck

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Originally constructed as monotone white throughout.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Steven Streimer

Photo by BJ Motors

Photo by Jason Brozak

Photo by Jason Brozak

ACRX016

Original Engine Number: 5021

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dodge

Next owners (year): Steven Streimer, Oregon (August 2014) > Available for purchase at BJ Motors, Texas (May 2021)

Current owner: Mike Gerdts, Texas (*October 2021)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was used by Dodge as one of two celebrity cars in Dodge Viper Cup. It left CAAP originally as monotone red including the wing assembly. It was prepped by Lux Performance group and wore a solid red livery with race number 52 for the 2010 season of Dodge Viper Cup. For 2011, it kept number 52, but wore a red and yellow Pennzoil livery. It carried number 22 at the 2011 Dodge Celebrity Challenge event. Celebrity drivers were trained by Cindi Lux and would compete in the weekend's races.

After the series ended, the car was rebuilt and sent back to Chrysler where it sat for two years. It was then purchased through Lux Performance and substantially upgraded to compete in Trans Am in the TA3 class for the 2015 season. In competed in partial seasons during 2015 and 2016 and in just a single event in 2017 and 2019, though results for 2019 have yet to be located. It often wore #42 in a primarily red livery with yellow accents and blue stripes on the hood and doors. It scored at least six Trans Am class wins driven by Steve Streimer across the 2015-2017 seasons.

In January 2019 the car was offered for sale with the original components as well as the following upgrades which were installed: Zero hour Prefix engine with Stage II kit which replaced the original engine, full flow fuel rail system, MoTeC C125 with GPS, steering, brake and wheel speed logging, Forgeline GA3R-6 wheels, aux 5 gallon fuel cell system allowing 75 minute fuel runs, Brembo 6 pistion endurance front calipers, adjustable brake bias, adjustable sway bars, MCS 3 way adjustable shocks, and lightweight clutch and flywheel. At that time it also had a Motorola radio system, Cool Shirt Pro Air/Water system, RaceTech Carbon seat with air vented to lower back. Some original take off X parts were still with the car including the KW shocks, springs and sway bars.

By December 2019 the car appeared back in its original monotone red livery. It found new ownership in fall of 2021 and by February of 2022 a new livery had been applied with the wearing race number 76. The livery was a tribute to that run by Viper Team ORECA first in 1999 ALMS competition - red with dual white stripes.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - DNF, Shaun Bailey

R2, VIR - 4, Shaun Bailey

R3, Hallett - 2, Richie Hearn

R4, Hallett - 1, Richie Hearn

R5, Pocono - 6, Allen Johnson

R6, Pocono - 8, Allen Johnson

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 3, Ralph Gilles

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 3, Ralph Gilles

R9, Spring Mountain - 2, Tanner Foust

R10, Spring Mountain - 1, Tanner Foust

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 11, Frank Lussier

R2, Sebring - 8, Frank Lussier

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 7, Jimmy Kite

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 7, Jimmy Kite

R5, VIR - 16, Chris Burandt

R6, VIR - 13, Chris Burandt

R7, Texas World Speedway - 12, Jim Jonsin

R8, Texas World Speedway - 7, Jim Jonsin

R9, Daytona - 5, Craig Stanton

R10, Daytona - 2, Craig Stanton

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 5

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 12, Bill Goldberg

R2, Road Atlanta - 12 Bill Goldberg

R3, Road America - DNF, Richie Hearn

R4, Road America - 2, Richie Hearn

R5, VIR - DNF, Tommy Kendall

R6, VIR - 3, Tommy Kendall

R7, Monticello - 4, Elliott Forbes-Robinson

R8, Monticello - 5, Elliott Forbes-Robinson

R9, Watkins Glen - 5, Andy Bell

R10, Watkins Glen - 2, Andy Bell

2015 Homestead (Trans Am), TA3I - 1 (14) S. Streimer

2015 Lime Rock (Trans Am), TA3I - 4 (13)

2015 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3I - 2 (25)

2015 Road America (Trans Am), TA3I - 1 (48) S. Streimer

2015 NOLA (Trans Am), TA3I - 1 (20) S. Streimer

2016 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (14)

2016 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3 - 1 (9) S. Streimer

2016 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 4 (9)

2016 Virginia Intl. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (12)

2016 NOLA (Trans Am), TA3 - 1 (10) S. Streimer

2017 Portland (Trans Am), TA3 - 1 (4) S. Streimer

*TBD*

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Kenn Funk

ACRX017

Original Engine Number: 5014

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Jeff Courtney

Next owners (year): Kenn Funk (*201?)

Current owner: Car destroyed

Chassis History/Notes: Originally left CAAP with red paint, black center band, clear wing, red end plates and black stanchions. It competed in select rounds of the 2010 Dodge Viper Cup wearing its original livery and number 99. In 2011 it contested the full season of Dodge Viper Cup still wearing number 99 on its original livery, but with the addition of wide, single driver's type stripe. It would wear number 2 at the 2011 Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge event. Driver Jeff Courtney would finish second in the 2011 Viper Cup season points championship. At some point later this car was destroyed by fire. Kenn Funk had the transmission and motor as of 5/3/2017. Kenn posted a picture of the car wearing the #97 in red with black center band. Further history is unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 2

R2, VIR - DNF

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 2

R8, Miller Motorsports park - 2

R9, Spring Mountain - 5

R10, Spring Mountain - 6

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 4

R2, Sebring - 1, J. Courtney

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 10

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 2

R5, VIR - 2

R6, VIR - 1, J. Courtney

R7, Texas World Speedway - 2

R8, Texas World Speedway - 3

R9, Daytona - 4

R10, Daytona - 3

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 6

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Grassroots Motorsports Magazine

ACRX018

Original Engine Number: 5013

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dodge

Next owners (year): John Archer (?)

Current owner: Beth Perry Sewell (*2016)

Chassis History/Notes: This was one of the two Dodge Celebrity Cars that were raced in the Viper Cup Series. Originally it was white monotone including the wing assembly. Lux Performance prepared the car and at each race round, a celebrity was invited to drive the car in competition under number 53.

List of celebrity drivers who drove in the series, but not necessarily in this car are as follows with specific drivers in this chassis listed in the race results below: Allen Johnson (NHRA Pro Stock Driver), Andy Bell (Nitro Circus), Bill Goldberg (Wrestler, Actor), Brian Maske (Canadian Journalist), Bucky Lasek (Pro Skateboarder, future Subaru Rallycross Driver), Burt Levy (Author), Chris Burandt (Pro Snowmobile Racer), Dar Holdsworth (Motorcycle Manufacturer), Darrin Prescott (Stunt man), Elliot Forbes-Robinson (Motorsports Hall of Fame Driver), Jim Jonsin (Record Producer), Jimmy Kite (Indy Car Driver), Mike Kohn (Team USA Bobsled), Peter Klutt (Dream Car Garage), Ralph Gilles (CEO of SRT), Richie Hearn (Indy Car Driver), Scott Parker (Motorcycle Racer), Shane Lewis (Pro Driver), Shaun Bailey (Road and Track Magazine), Steven Cole Smith (Autoweek Magazine).

At the 2011 Dodge Celebrity Challenge the car wore number 17. When the series was over following the 2012 season the cars were rebuilt and sent back to Chrysler where they sat for two years. It was then run by Archer Racing before being sold to Beth. It now wears a white livery.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 10, Michael Kohn

R2, VIR - 9, Michael Kohn

R3, Hallett - 8, Steven Cole Smith

R4, Hallett - 7, Steven Cole Smith

R5, Pocono - 10, Bucky Lasek

R6, Pocono - 3, Bucky Lasek

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 13, Rob Pacione

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 11, Rob Pacione

R9, Spring Mountain - 8, Michael Zuieback

R10, Spring Mountain - 11, Michael Zuieback

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 12, J.G. Pasterjak

R2, Sebring - 10, J.G. Pasterjak

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 4, Andy Bell

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - DNF, Andy Bell

R5, VIR - 8, Brian Makse

R6, VIR - 8, Brian Makse

R7, Texas World Speedway - 11, Dar Holdsworth

R8, Texas World Speedway - 10, Dar Holdsworth

R9, Daytona - 15, Allen Johnson

R10, Daytona - 12, Allen Johnson

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 10, Mark Hall/Fred Roberts

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 8, Burt Levy

R2, Road Atlanta - 9, Burt Levy

R3, Road America - 10, Darrin Prescott

R4, Road America - 10, Darrin Prescott

R5, VIR - 1, Shane Lewis

R6, VIR - 1, Shane Lewis

R7, Monticello - 3, Peter Klutt

R8, Monticello - 4, Peter Klutt

R9, Watkins Glen - 9, Scott Parker

R10, Watkins Glen - 7, Scott Parker

ACRX019

Original Engine Number: 5012

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Merv Smith

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: This ACR-X was finished in an ACR tri-color livery with white paint, black centerband and a red driver's stripe. As such the wing had a clear center, white end plates and black/red stanchions.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

Photo by Steve Fletcher

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Steve Fletcher

Photo by Steve Fletcher

ACRX020

Original Engine Number: 5024

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Steve Fletcher

Next owners (year): available at Complete Performance Motorsports, Ohio (2019)

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: This car is said to have never been raced. It was build with black paint, clear wing, black end plates and stanchions and left the factory with a passenger seat installed. As of January 2019 it is said to have just 25 hours of run time at track days. It has monotone gloss black factory paint and a second Racetech seat was said to have been installed at the factory. It remains in the original configuration and is available for sale via Complete Performance Motorsports in Ohio as of January 2019. Steve Fletcher also listed the car for sale via the VCA Forum in June 2019.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None

ACRX021

Original Engine Number: 5011

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Michel Pilon, Canada

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Believed to still be with original owner in 2021

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. The car is believed to still be in delivery condition without having spent any time on the race track as of 2021.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by Tom Atherton

ACRX022

Original Engine Number: 5010

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Ben Keating

Next owners (year): Tom Atherton, Oklahoma (*2015)

Current owner: Tom Atherton, Oklahoma (*2015)

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. Ben Keating used this as his second car in the Viper Cup series running race number 32. Just as with his number 33, it wore a matching Viper Exchange livery of swirling reds, blues and purples with a black center band outlined in red pinstripe. Ben would allow other drivers to occasionally borrow the car for Viper Cup races when in need. In one such instance, Jeff Courtney drove the car at Road America in 2012 and while the original livery was maintained, the competed under race number 99. It was later sold to Tom Atherton who campaigned the car in NARRA and PBOC events for one season. There and now (2020) it wore race number 00 on a white livery with dual blue GTS style stripes beginning on the hood and continuing over the top side of the car and the wing.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R6, Pocono - 1, B. Keating

R7, Miller Motorsports Park -4

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 13

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R2, Sebring - 4

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 8

R5, VIR - 12

R6, VIR - 10

R7, Texas World Speedway - 6

R8, Texas World Speedway - 9

R9, Daytona - 1, D. Farnbacher

R10, Daytona - DNF

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R3, Road America - 4

R5, Road America - 3

R5, VIR - 7

R6, VIR - 9

NARRA + PBOC

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by A.J. Petersen

Photo by A.J. Petersen

Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by Tim Galyean

ACRX023

Original Engine Number: 5009

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Brad Gorrondona, Texas

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Brad Gorrondona, Texas (*2021)

Chassis History/Notes: This car left CAAP in primer, but was delivered with Viper Violet paint on all panels, the wing end plates/stanchions with a clear center. It competed in 2010 season of Dodge Viper Cup wearing number 90 and was driven by the late Keith Verges. Keith finished third in the season points standings. The car appeared in limited Viper Cup outings in 2011 still wearing number 90, but now on a silver livery with black center band adorned with a skull and cross bones on the front fascia. The history of this car beyond Viper Cup is unknown. The car appeared at the 2021 Viper Days Reunion at Road America still wearing the majority of its 2011 Viper Cup livery. Unfortunately the car suffered an incident in practice and was not able to compete in the event.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, VIR - 4

R2, VIR - 3

R3, Hallett - 10

R4, Hallett - DNF

R5, Pocono - 1, K. Verges

R6, Pocono - 2

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 5

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 4

R9, Spring Mountain - 3

R10, Spring Mountain - 5

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R5, VIR - 18

R6, VIR - 16

R9, Daytona - 12

R10, Daytona - 12

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 3

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Carl Atwood

Photo by Carl Atwood

Photo by Mike Earlywine

Photo by Mike Earlywine

Photo by Mike Earlywine

ACRX024

Original Engine Number: 5020

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Kurt Solberger

Next owners (year): Roger Stark (2018) > Carl Atwood, California (2019)

Current owner: Mike Earlywine, USA (2021)

Chassis History/Notes: Arriving from CAAP in primer, Roush finished this car in Blue Pearl pain with black center band. Blue Pearl was used on the wing end plates while the center was clear and the stanchions were black. This car first competed in Round 3 of the Dodge Viper Cup at Hallett, Oklahoma in 2010 wearing car number 84 and a dark blue/black livery with a teal driver's stripe. After competing at a few other Viper Cup races that season as well as in 2011/2012, its history is unknown until 2017.

It is believed that Ross Murray ran it in SCCA T1 competition including a second place finish at the 2017 National Runoffs. The car still wore race number 84 during this time. Roger Stark then ran the car in International Conference of Sports Car Clubs competition. A classified ad posted on 5/8/2019 says car was prepped to run SCCA GT-1 in the upcoming season. Prefix prepared engine with just dyno time. Car wearing dark blue paint with black center and. Yellow graphics applied to hood, roof, quarter panels including #76. Appears to have OZ Challenge wheels and is said to have a Cool Suit system installed as well as data acquisition.

Owner Carl Atwood has prepared to run the car NASA TT1 with a 50mm restrictor plates (600 RWHP limit) as well as other Viper HPDE events (no restrictor plates). A rebuilt engine is was planned from Exotic Engine Development as of June 2020. A new livery is on this car which includes sponsorship from Chief Mold, USA and Atwood Garage Doors as shown in the later photographs. Carl has been know to run a plate on this in HPDE events so that folks think it is a street car!

In late 2021 the car found new ownership. Its new owner would adorn the car in 2022 with an orange and black livery similar to that of special edition Competition Coupe chassis 59 which was dubbed "Toxic" by Dodge. A Doug Shelby Engineering splitter extension has been installed to accompany the new livery and a fresh engine is ready to tackle NASA and Viper Racing League competition.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup

R3, Hallett - 6

R4, Hallett - 6

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 9

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 8

R9, Spring Mountain - DNF

R10, Spring Mountain - 9

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - DNF

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 6

R8, Texas World Speedway - 5

R10, Daytona - 8

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 6

R2, Road Atlanta - 5

R3, Road America - 9

R4, Road America - 7

R5, VIR - 5

R6, VIR - 6

R7, Monticello - 9

R8, Monticello - 7

2017 Indianapolis (SCCA National Runoff) T1 - 2.

*TBD*

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Tim Galyean

Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

ACRX025

Original Engine Number: 5019

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Cody Whitehead

Next owners (year): David Fiorelli, Texas (2011) > Available for sale at Viper Exchange (10/31/2018) > Unknown, Arizona (2021) > Available for purchase at BJ Motors, Texas (November 2021)

Current owner: Mark W. Pyles with Mod Mafia, Texas (*July 2022)

Chassis History/Notes: The final car of the first build, delivered in primer with black wing end plates and stanchions and a clear coated carbon center. This car was driven by Ryan Schimsk to the inaugural Dodge Viper Cup Championship in 2010 wearing an urban camouflaged livery and car number 67. Ryan would win five of the ten races to secure the championship.

Dave Fiorelli used the car as a replacement for ACR-X 30 to compete in the 2011 season of Dodge Viper Cup. There it ran number 81 on Dave's bright yellow to orange gradient livery. Factory Dodge driver Kuno Wittmer would make a guest driving appearance in the car at Daytona to close out the 2011 season scoring a win. Following 2011 the specific race history is unknown, but the car was said to have served as a back up car for various club racing efforts in SCCA and NASA competition.

When listed for sale in 2018, it appeared without a livery with bare body panels just as it did when new. The side mirrors were still orange yielding a glimpse at its past livery. In December 2018 BJ Motors wrapped the car in a yellow/black livery reminiscent of a Gen V Viper that Dodge often displayed. A passenger seat has been installed along with a video and data acquisition system. Otherwise it appears to be in its original configuration.

By 2020 the car had moved to an unknown owner in Arizona who used it for HPDE events. The car has been again listed for sale as of June 2021. It appeared back in the inventory of BJ Motors in Texas still available for purchase in November 2021. A new owner took delivery of the car in July 2022 with plans to return to the track for HPDE and Time Trial competition.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2010 Dodge Viper Cup Series Champion - Ryan Schimsk

R1, VIR - 3

R2, VIR - 1, R. Schimsk

R3, Hallett - 1, R. Schimsk

R4, Hallett - 3

R5, Pocono - 3

R6, Pocono - 6

R7, Miller Motorsports Park - 1, R. Schimsk

R8, Miller Motorsports Park - 1, R. Schimsk

R9, Spring Mountain - 1, R. Schimsk

R10, Spring Mountain - 2

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 2

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 5

R5, VIR - 5

R6, VIR - 4

R7, Texas World Speedway - 10

R8, Texas World Speedway - 4

R10, Daytona - 1, K. Wittmer

*TBD*


Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by AWOL Photo

ACRX026

Original Engine Number: 5025

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Marc Montour, Canada

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Matt Terrico, Florida (*201?)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was optioned with the ACR-X showcar livery of white, black center band with dual driver's stripes. It's said to originally have had red end plates with a clear wing and the left stanchion in white with the right in black. A second seat was installed before delivery. The car contented a partial season of Dodge Viper Cup in 2011 wearing race number 26. It completed the full season of SRT Viper Cup in 2012 still wearing its original livery and race number 26. Drive Marc Montour would finish sixth in the season point standings.

The car's competition history beyond Viper Cup is unknown, but it has been used for both Time Trial and HPDE events first wearing a modified version of its original livery in which bright green replaced the original red accents. Later the livery was changed to white with a blue center band and a wide, red driver's stripe.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R5, VIR - 17

R6, VIR - 11

R9, Daytona - 17

R10, Daytona - 7

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 7

R2, Road Atlanta - 8

R3, Road America - 7

R4, Road America - 9

R5, VIR - 8

R6, VIR - 8

R7, Monticello - 7

R8, Monticello - 6

R9, Watkins Glen - 6

R10, Watkins Glen - 8

*TBD*


Photo by County Corvette

Photo by theSBimage.com

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX027

Original Engine Number: 5046

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: William Farber

Next owners (year): Jody Gleason

Current owner: Richard Coomes, Pennsylvania (*2014)

Chassis History/Notes: This car left CAAP in primer, but was finished in flat black paint with the "showcar" dual driver's stripes, a clear wing, flat black end plates with a red left stanchion and the right in flat black. The details of the car's competition history prior to 2014 are unknown, but it is known to have run in NASA club racing competition. This car is said to currently (2022) be powered by a Prefix 9L engine backed by a sequential gearbox. It rides on Penske dampers and the suspension members have been outfitted with spherical bearings. For the last number of years it has been used for HPDE outings and meticulously maintained.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2014 NOLA (NARRA), GT1 - R1: 1 (1), R2: ?

*TBD*


Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by Cody Wagner

Photo by Cody Wagner

ACRX028

Original Engine Number: 5045

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Eric Galerne

Next owners (year): For sale at Viper Exchange (April 2018) > Unknown, Mississippi (August 2018) > Matt McCarron, Minnesota (October 2018)

Current owner: Larry Aszmann, Minnesota (*October 2018)

Chassis History/Notes: Built originally in Snakeskin Green with matching wing assembly. The car appears at Viper Exchange in April 2018. It was still Snakeskin Green with a black grill opening, hood, rear bumper, taillight surround and wing. At the time of the listing the car shows 2,937 miles on the odometer. A cool suit system has been installed along with what appears to be a Race Keeper data acquisition system. Eric Galerne competed in Dodge Viper Cup with an SSG car wearing number 37, however this was believed to be chassis 08 rather than this car. That's not to say Mr. Galerne didn't use this car in later Viper Cup races. This needs to be confirmed. The car attended the 2021 Viper Days Reunion at Road America and was registered in the Time Trial group, but did not participate in the competition sessions.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


ACRX029

Original Engine Number: 5044

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Town & Country Chrysler

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: This car arrived at Roush in primer, but was finished with the white ACR-X showcar livery, black center band with 2 driver's stripes, white/black wing center, black end plates and white/black stanchions.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


Photo by Viper Magazine

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX030

Original Engine Number: 5050

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Dave Fiorelli, Texas

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Dave Coutu, USA (*201?)

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. This car is believed to have crashed on the opening lap of the first round of the 2011 Dodge Viper Cup series at Sebring. It was wearing a bright yellow and orange livery with race number 80. The car was repaired and returned with Dave Fiorelli on the final race weekend of the 2011 season. The history between 2011 and 2020 is unknown at this time. It is believed that this car exits in 2020 wearing its original livery, but carrying number 90 as it participates in HPDE events.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - DNF: crash

R9, Daytona - 9

R10, Daytona - 4

*TBD*


Photo by Robert Schwarzli

Photo by Robert Schwarzli

Photo by eGarage

Photo by eGarage

Photo by eGarage

ACRX031

Original Engine Number: 5050

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: D'Ann Rauh, Texas

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: D'Ann Rauh, Texas

Chassis History/Notes: Notes say this car left CAAP as a clown meaning with all different colored body panels and a black driver's stripe, clear wing with black end plates and stanchions. It was finished in a matte black with a thin silver driver's stripe. There is a ghosted number 11 on the front valence and the car rides on hyperblack sidewinder wheels. It was displayed by Dodge at Viper Owner's Invitational 11 in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2010. The car has a polished intake manifold with black valve covers. It has no track time and lives in the world's largest collection of Vipers.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None


Photo by Victor Caldarelli

ACRX032

Original Engine Number: 5048

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Daniel Govero

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Daniel Govero, Missouri

Chassis History/Notes: Left CAAP in primer, but finished in Bright Blue with dual silver GTS style stripes, bright blue wing and end plates with silver stanchions. The car remains in this condition today with the original owner. The car has no competition history, but has been used for HPDE.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None


Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

ACRX033

Original Engine Number: 5030

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Todd Nelson

Next owners (year): BJ Motors, Texas > David Miller (2019)

Current owner: Bart Latamud (*September 2019)

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. The car was then finished in a matte black livery. It would contend the entire 2011 Dodge Viper Cup series wearing number 18. Driver Todd Nelson would finish fifth in the season points standings. This car is believed to have competed at the Road America round of Viper Cup in 2012 where it suffered a crash in race 1. It was repaired and was back on track that same year.

The car is currently (2019) wearing a matte black wrap and has NARRA GT-U class markings. There is evidence that a nitrous oxide injection system was installed on the car with solenoids mounted in the engine bay and a bottle mount on the passenger floor. The fire suppression bottles are mounted in the space that the dash would normally occupy on the passenger side of the car which indicates that the car may have been delivered originally with a passenger seat.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 7

R2, Sebring - 2

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 6

R4, NJMP Thunderbolt - 8

R5, VIR - 11

R6, VIR - 7

R7, Texas World Speedway - 7

R8, Texas World Speedway - 8

R9, Daytona - 6

R10, Daytona - 5

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 11

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 5

R2, Road Atlanta - 6

R3, Road America - DNF: crash

NARRA

ACRX034

Original Engine Number: 5029

Original Run Group/Class: GT2/STO

First owner: *Bruce Kalin

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: *Bruce Kalin

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. It then received white paint on all body panels with red mirrors. This car did not run in Viper Cup. Over the years it has slowly evolved during competition in SCCA GT2/STO to include an EMCO sequential gearbox and Penske shocks. As of 2019 it includes a white livery with red mirrors and black aero elements. Unfortunately the car suffered heavy left side and rear damage competing in the GT2 class at the 2020 SCCA National Runoffs at Road America wearing number 51 in a white livery with red mirrors and rear valence.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

Numerous SCCA events

Photo by Robert Schwarzli

Photo by Robert Schwarzli

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Lux Performance

ACRX035

Original Engine Number: 5028

Original Run Group/Class: TA3

First owner: Private Collection

Next owners (year): Dirk Leuenberger (*2017)

Current owner: Dirk Leuenberger (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was purchased new in 2010, but remained in storage and off the track until 2017. It had originally been displayed by Dodge at Viper Owners Invitational 11 in Salt Lake City, Utah and also possibly at an auto show in Detroit. It was built with Viper Yellow paint and solid black stripes with a clear wing and yellow end plates/stanchions. The VOI 11 hood markings are visible under the current livery.

It was then sent to Lux Performance in Oregon to be prepared for the Trans Am TA3 class. It competed in multiple events across the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Racing in Trans Am SGT in 2019, the car wears a yellow livery with black and blue slashes on the sides and car #35. Upgrades are extensive incorporating lessons learned from the Competition Coupe. Modifications have been made to the engine, aero elements, suspension, chassis and electronics package. The cars run a larger, flat rear wing and an extended splitter. Vipers are limited by class rules to 305/315 tires on 18" Forgeline wheels. Intake restrictors are required as well as ballast to limit the Viper's performance in an attempt to balance it with the competition. Though the car's competition history paused during 2020, it is back on track in Trans Am competition with Lux Performance in 2022.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2017 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3 - 5 (10)

2017 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 6 (15)

2017 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), TA3 - 5 (22)

2017 Virginia Intl. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 5 (13)

2017 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am), TA3 - 4 (15)

2018 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (11)

2018 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), TA3 - 2 (8)

2018 Virginia Intl. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 7 (19)

2018 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am), TA3 - 8 (18)

2019 Laguna Seca (Trana Am), SGT - 1 (9) D. Leuenberger

2019 Road America (Trans Am), SGT - 8 (17)

2019 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), SGT - DNF: Accident

2019 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am), SGT - 5 (13)

2021 Ridge Motorsports Park (Trans Am West), SGT - 2 (5)

2021 Utah Motorsports Park (Trans Am West), SGT - 3 (16)

2021 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am West), SGT - 2 (3)

2022 Laguna Seca (Trans Am), SGT - 3 (10)

2022 Sonoma (Trans Am), SGT - 5 (10)


Photo by Russ Oasis

Photo by Russ Oasis

ACRX036

Original Engine Number: 5033

Original Run Group/Class: None

First owner: ? Tim Cantwell, Ohio ?

Next owners (year): Russ Oasis, Florida (*????)

Current owner: Russ Oasis, Florida (*????)

Chassis History/Notes: Originally built in GTS Blue with dual Stone White fang stripes. The wing was GTS blue as were the end plates and the stanchions were white. A 2013 classified ad lists this car as having never been raced competitively, but instead used for track days and exhibition laps. It is shown in photos to still be painted GTS blue metallic with white fang stripes across the top of the car. At the time it wore #39 complete with Viper Cup decals.

By this point the car had covered 1,019 miles which included 310 miles on the street for break in purposes. The original MSRP was $124,000 with an optional $4000 on top of that to include the alignment shim kit, adjustable sway bar end links, additional brake pads and slicks per the classified ad. The paint had film protection applied to the front bumper, canards, hood and fenders. The car was available in Ohio at the time but now resides in Florida.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

None


ACRX037

Original Engine Number: 5032

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Steven Hemann

Next owners (year): Frank Pallazo, St. Louis (*201X)

Current owner: Frank Pallazo, St. Louis (*201X)

Chassis History/Notes: Said to have been built with GTS Blue paint, Stone White centerband, fang stripes and a GTS blue wing assembly. A second seat was factory installed. The car was displayed by Dodge at Viper Owner's Invitational in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2010. Since this time it is believed to have only participated in open track days.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


ACRX038

Original Engine Number: 5051

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Carlos Suazo

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


Photo by Fox Production Films

ACRX039

Original Engine Number: 5036

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: David Decker

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. Factory installed second seat. The car was wrapped in a white/various shades of blue wrap and competed wearing race number 64. It contended limited outings in Viper Cup in 2011 and 2012. Its history beyond Viper Cup as well as its current whereabouts are unknown.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R7, Texas World Speedway - 13

R8, Texas World Speedway - 12

R9, Daytona - 16

R10, Daytona - 16

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 10

R2, Road Atlanta - DNS

R3, Road America - DNF

*TBD*

Photo by Viper Magazine

ACRX040

Original Engine Number: 5035

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Bernie Katz

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Left CAAP in primer but finished in custom Platinum paint with clear wing and platinum end plates and stanchions. The car is believed no have been maintained in delivery condition with no time on the race track.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


ACRX041

Original Engine Number: 5034

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: John Vittone*

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: John Vittone*

Chassis History/Notes: Built with Plum Crazy paint with Silver centerband, clear wing with plum end plates and black stanchions. Second seat was factory installed. Per Jim Merryman on the VOA Facebook page, John purchased the car new with the intent of racing it, but has instead spent his time in other cars. As of 5/2017 the car only had allegedly 5 miles on it.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


Photo by Viper Magazine

Photo by Viper Headquarters

Photo by Man of Iron Motorsports

ACRX042

Original Engine Number: 5042

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Billy Gropp

Next owners (year): Keith Lodhia in Omaha, Nebraska (*2017)

Current owner: Keith Lodhia in Omaha, Nebraska (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear coated wing, black end plates and stanchions. The car would contend multiple Viper Cup events in 2011 wearing race number 56 on a Mopar livery that appeared on numerous factory backed race cars competing across all racing disciplines circa 2011-2012. Per Bruce on VOA forum, car now has a modified engine with heads/cam/intake work and wears a livery similar to that of the original ACR-X press car with race number 42 to reflect its chassis number.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 3

R2, Sebring - 9

R3, NJMP Thunderbolt - 5

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 4

ACRX043

Original Engine Number: 5041

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: David Pintaric

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Wrecked at Road America in 2012. Eric Warnant, France purchased the running gear.

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. This car was said to be the final ACR-X available for purchase still in unpainted, as built condition as of late 2011. At the time there was said to be a yellow X still available from Chrysler (ACR-X 35). It was purchased with the intent of running the entire Viper Cup 2012 schedule. It was painted with a bright red livery which had American flag accents down the entire side of the car wearing race number 40. Though results haven't been located the car appears to have competed at an SCCA STO class race.

Unfortunately, the car was destroyed at the third Viper Cup event of the season at Road America where it was rolled multiple times, end over end. Fortunately, driver David Pintaric survived without injury. It has been said that the remnants of the chassis are at a Viper salvage company in Wisconsin. Eric Warnant has acquired what is left of the running gear to be installed in a different chassis in France (2020).

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 2

R2, Road Atlanta - 2

R3, Road America - DNF: Accident, chassis damaged beyond repair

SCCA STO

Photo by Vicari Auction

Photo by Vicari Auction

Photo by Vicari Auction

ACRX044

Original Engine Number: 5040

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Scott Davidson

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Unknown

Chassis History/Notes: Arrived at Roush in primer, but was finished in white with black center band and red driver's stripe, clear wing with black end plates and black left with red right stanchions. Second seat was factory installed. This history of this car prior to 2016 is unknown, but it ran through the Vicari Auction in New Orleans that year with 1,168 miles. The auction company said the car had never been raced, but a considerable update had been applied to install a MoTeC ADL2 dash. The car still appeared in its original livery at this time wearing number 1, but its ACR-X decals had been removed.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*


Photo by Flagworld.com

Photo by Lux Performance

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Lux Performance Group

ACRX045

Original Engine Number: 5039

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Marc Montour, Canada

Next owners (year): Cindi Lux, Oregon (*2014)

Current owner: Cindi Lux, Oregon (*2014)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was said to have left the factory with black paint and and dual silver stripes over the top side of the car, but the stripes aren't shown on the build notes. They call out black paint with no stripes, a clear wing with black end plates/stanchions. Later it appears as though vertical silver stripes were added to the doors as well and the car ran number 7. It was originally raced late in the 2011 season of Viper Cup by LP Montour. It completed a full campaign of SRT Viper Cup in 2012 and driver Louis-Philippe Montour finished third in the season points championship. The car was said to compete in NARRA events in 2013.

Cindi Lux purchased the car in 2014 and it was upgraded substantially to race in the TA3 class of Trans Am for the 2015 season. There it wore #45 and has competed at various events each season through 2019. The car has evolved considerably as rules have changed and many lessons learned on the Competition Coupe have been incorporated including modifications to the electronics, engine, suspension and aerodynamics. This car scored 1 win in 2015, 1 in 2017, and 1 in 2018 along with winning the TA3 Northern Cup Championship.

Today (2022) the car runs the original black livery with dual silver stripes over the top, but red accents have been added outside the stripes and on the door and aero elements. The car runs a larger, flat wing and an extended splitter. SGT class rules have ballasted the Vipers and limited tire size to 305/315 on 18" Forgeline wheels. Intake restrictors are also required for the car to balance its performance. Cindi Lux piloted the car to four class victories during the 2021 Trans Am West season and has returned to Trans Am Competition in 2022.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R9, Daytona - 7

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - DNF

R2, Road Atlanta - 3

R3, Road America - 2

R4, Road America - 6

R5, VIR - 4

R6, VIR - 4

R7, Monticello - 2

R8, Monticello - 1, LP. Montour

R9, Watkins Glen - 1, LP. Montour

R10, Watkins Glen - 9

2013 NARRA multiple events

2015 Lime Rock (Trans Am), TA3I - DNS

2015 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3I - 1 (23) C. Lux

2015 Road America (Trans Am), TA3I - 2 (49)

2015 NOLA (Trans Am), TA3I - DNF

2016 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), TA3 - 2 (12)

2016 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (11)

2016 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 5 (10)

2016 Virginia Intl. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 4 (13)

2016 NOLA (Trans Am), TA3 - 2 (11)

2017 Indianapolis (Trans Am), TA3 - 11 (33)

2017 Brainerd (Trans Am), TA3 - 4 (10)

2017 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (12)

2017 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), TA3 - 2 (9)

2017 Virginia Int. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 1 (9) C. Lux

2018 Indianapolis (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (10)

2018 Pitt Race (Trans Am), TA3 - 1 (1) C. Lux

2018 Road America (Trans Am), TA3 - 2 (10)

2018 Virginia Intl. Raceway (Trans Am), TA3 - 3 (11)

2018 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am), TA3 - DNF

2018 Trans Am TA3 Northern Cup Champion

2019 Watkins Glen (Trans Am), SGT - DNF: Brake balance bar

2019 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am), SGT - 2 (9)

2021 Ridge Motorsports Park (Trans Am West), SGT - 1 (4) C. Lux

2021 Portland (Trans Am West), SGT - 1 (6)

2021 Utah Motorsports Campus (Trans Am West), SGT - 1 (13) C. Lux

2021 Circuit of the Americas (Trans Am West), SGT - 1 (2) C. Lux

2022 Laguna Seca (Trans Am), SGT - DNF: flywheel

2022 Sonoma (Trans Am), SGT - 5 (10)

Photo by Bridge to Gantry

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

ACRX046

Original Engine Number: 5037

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Tomball Dodge

Next owners (year): Unknown > Available for sale at Viper Exchange 10/31/2018

Current owner: Kenny Naill, USA (*2019)

Chassis History/Notes: Notes say this car left CAAP with Bright Blue clown paint, but was repainted at final in red with a clear wing and red end plates/stanchions. This car was used by SRT to lap the Nürburgring Nordschliefe in 7:03 in 2011. It was driven by Kuno Wittmer at the time and was not run on track at any other occasion. It has 426 miles on it at this point and all those involved in the Nürburgring effort signed the rear wing. The car wears a solid red livery. As of January 2022, the car is being preserved in a private collection along with one of the two ACR street cars used at the 2011 Ring lap record event.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 - Nürburgring Nordschleife, lap record - 7:03

END


Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by BJ Motors/Viper Exchange

Photo by Tom Levesque

ACRX047

Original Engine Number: 5038

Original Run Group/Class: Unknown

First owner: Greg Scilley

Next owners (year): Available for sale at Viper Exchange (5/2017)

Current owner: Eddie R. (*20??)

Chassis History/Notes: Arrived at final assembly in standard primer with clear wing and black end plates/stanchions, but notes show "H&H wrap" as being applied. The car competed at the 2011 Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge at Miller Motorsports Park in 2011 wearing race number 46. No competition history beyond that event has been located thus far. Listed as available for sale at Viper Exchange 5/2/2017. Car was maintained by Dan Cragin and upgraded with SPT engine package ported heads/intake, 11.0:1 compression, 100 octane fuel requirement, MoTeC dash with DAQ. Less than 4K miles as of 5/2/2017

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

*TBD*

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 12

Photo by Fox Production Films

Photo by Jennifer Miller

Photo by Jennifer Miller

Photo by Jennifer Miller

Photo by Eddie Martin

Photo by Eddie Martin

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX048

Original Engine Number: 5027

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Kurt Sollberger

Next owners (year): Unknown

Current owner: Jennifer Miller (*2017)

Chassis History/Notes: Built in primer, finished in customer BMW #379 Velvet Metallic Blue paint with black center band, clear wing, matching blue end plates and black stanchions. This car competed in select rounds of the 2011 and 2012 Viper Cup series wearing number 86. Appeared as recent purchase by Jennifer Miller in 4/2017 on the VOA Facebook page. Car had #86 on the door in possibly the original blue with black center band. At some point the car was rolled onto its left side/roof.

It appears as though all top and left side bodywork panels were replaced and a new livery was applied in May 2020. The car continues to wear #86 with the door now showing an Arizona state flag in yellow/red/blue while black stripes emanate from the center of the grille and run over the hood into the black roof and decklid. The rest of the hood and fascia are yellow. The car competed at the 2021 Viper Days Reunion at Road America in the Time Trial group wearing this same amazing livery.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R1, Sebring - 9

R2, Sebring - DNF

R5, VIR - 9

R6, VIR - 12

R9, Daytona - 10

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R9, Watkins Glen - 8

R10, Watkins Glen - 5

*TBD*

2021 Road America (Viper Days Reunion), Time Trial - R1: 23, R2: 18


Photo by John Archer

Photo by John Archer

Photo by John Archer

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

Photo by Shawn Romig

ACRX049

Original Engine Number: 5026

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Jim Booth

Next owners (year): Mark Weigenant, Wisconsin (2???)

Current owner: Ted Hughes, Nebraska (*November 2021)

Chassis History/Notes: Delivered in primer with a clear wing, black end plates and stanchions. It ran first ran Dodge Viper Cup late in the 2011 season wearing a McDonald's livery complete with french fries and race number 8. The car maintained this livery and number for a full 2012 SRT Viper Cup campaign where driver Jim Booth finished second in the season points championship. The competition history beyond Viper Cup is unknown, but by 2019 the car was being utilized in HPDE events. At that time it wore a red livery with a white driver's stripe, clear wing with red end plates/stanchions. It remains largely in original mechanical configuration, but with MCS dampers.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Dodge Viper Cup

R9, Daytona - 14

R10, Daytona - 6

2012 SRT Viper Cup

R1, Road Atlanta - 4

R2, Road Atlanta - 4

R3, Road America - 5

R4, Road America - 5

R5, VIR - 3

R6, VIR - 2

R7, Monticello - 5

R8, Monticello - 3

R9, Watkins Glen - 4

R10, Watkins Glen - 6

*TBD*

Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis

Photo by Tom Francis

ACRX050

Original Engine Number: 5043

Original Run Group/Class: Dodge Viper Cup

First owner: Ray Moore, St. Louis (*2011)

Next owners (year): None

Current owner: Ray Moore, St. Louis (*2011)

Chassis History/Notes: This car was prepared by Dodge for the 2011 Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge. It was built in "Blue Clown" paint and was finished with a Michelin Tire wrap. It had a clear center wing with black end plates and stanchions. The Viper Celebrity Challenge event was held on April 13 at Miller Motosports Park. The format was a single, 50 minute race split between two drivers who would swap during a mandatory pit stop. This car was driven by Roger Penske and Kuno Wittmer.

After the race, they signed the dash along with others including Kurt Busch, Brad Keselowski, Robby Gordon, Ralph Gilles, Allen Johnson, Sam Hubinette and others. The car wore a blue and yellow Michelin livery with car number 6. It was then used as the Grand Prize for a Viper Club of America raffle. It was won by Ray Moore who still owns the car as of April 2020. It has since been wrapped in metallic grey with a black center band and red driver's stripe. The car still sees time on track at HPDE events.

*Partial* Race History, Event - Class Finishing Position (Overall)

2011 Miller Motorsports Park, (Dodge Viper Celebrity Challenge) - 9