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2019 Official Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta 14-Hour

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February 8-February 9, 2019
MICHELIN RACEWAY ROAD ATLANTA: 14 Hour Enduro, $1525
Braselton, GA
"The 14 Hours of Road Atlanta"
Early Pay Discount Ends: December 10, 2018
Entrant List
Download Supplemental Rules and Event Info

 

ChampCar.Live broadcast - yes

 

ChampCar will be using the Pro Pitlane

 

 

 

Entries for The 14 Hours of Road Atlanta

updated 1/18/2019 - Limited to 90 Entries - A wait list will be started after we hit 90 entries

 

    Team Name Car # Year Make Model
1.   901 Motorsport 901 1990 BMW 325is
2.   901 Motorsports 902 1988 BMW 325is
3.   Back Porche Racing 156 1986 Porsche 944
4.   Barely Racing 390 1986 BMW 325
5.   BBY Racing 716 2003 Honda S2000
6.   Blue Bayou 112 1987 BMW 325i
7.   Brew Krewe Racing 860 1986 BMW 325i
8.   Broke in 60 Seconds 600 1986 Ford Mustang
9.   Bucketlist Racing 370 95 BMW E36 M3
10.   Chandler School 1 261 1991 Mazda Miata
11.   Chandler School 2 621 1991 Mazda Miata
12.   Chattahoochee Motorsports 1 828 1992 Mazda Miata
13.   Chatthoochee Motorsports 2 829 1992 Mazda Miata
14.   Cone Crushers 917 1987 Porsche 944
15.   Crowd Control Racing 625 1995 Ford SVT Cobra
16.   Cutting line 585 1999 Mazda Miata
17.   Danger Racing group 464 1997 Lexus Sc300
18.   Dawson Gay Racing 810 1992 Mazda Miata
19.   Dixie Normus Racing 916 1997 Ford Mustang V6
20.   Eracing 890 1986 bmw 325
21.   GCS Motorsports 319 1999 BMW 330
22.   Good, Bad and Ugly 427 1984 Chevrolet Camaro
23.   Gorilla Sticker 518 1995 BMW 318ti
24.   Hokie Pokies 835 2000 Ford Mustang
25.   Homestretch Motorsports 587 1988 BMW 325i
26.   Hoosier Daddy Racing 945 1990 Mazda Miata
27.   hounddogs 521 1994 bmw 325
28.   InActiv Motorsports 626 1993 Mazda 626B
29.   Infinite Loop Racing 808 1998 Ford Contour
30.   John Allen Special #46 46 1988 BMW 325i
31.   Kelly Brothers Racing 850 1994 Mazda Miata
32.   Kraken Racing 252 2002 Acura RSX Type S
33.   Late Ape-X 667 1996 Dodge Neon
34.   Leviathan Motorsports 255 1991 Toyota mr2 v6 Long Tail
35.   Long Dogs Motorsport 991 1986 Porsche 944
36.   Loose Change 186 1995 Honda Civic
37.   Love Racing 647 1990 Mazda Miata
38.   Matt Connolly Motorsports 245 2001 BMW 330ci
39.   Momo Champ 230 1994 Mazda Miata
40.   Money Pit Racing 197 1987 BMW E30
41.   MoveOver Racing 696 1995 BMW 325i
42.   Never Start Racing 233 1998 Dodge Neon
43.   nine toe racing 268 1995 mazda miata
44.   NLS Racing 977 1993 Nissan 240sx
45.   Not Banned Yet 307 1991 Nissan 240SX
46.   PartsBadger 419 1991 Mazda Miata
47.   Passing Gas 384 1990 Mazda Miata
48.   Pinkies Out 246 1988 BMW 325is
49.   Pistol Star Racing 986 1999 Porsche Boxster
50.   Poor Boys Racing 610 1990 BMW 325i
51.   Prefect Racing 742 1999 Porsche Boxster
52.   PROPAGANDA 22 1987 BMW 325i
53.   RatHole Racing 747 1996 Mazda Miata
54.   rbankracing.com / 90racing.com 194 1988 Honda CRX
55.   Rotary Rocketeers 250 1990 Mazda RX7
56.   Round 3 Racing - Bandit 601 1999 Porsche Boxster
57.   Round 3 Racing - Stink 602 1999 Porsche Boxster
58.   Running Bulls Racing e30 160 1987 BMW 325is
59.   RVAGFX 311 2001 Audi TT
60.   Separate Checkbook Racing 781 1994 Mazda Miata
61.   Slownerd/Scribeworks Motorsport 960 1993 Volvo 960
62.   Soggy Bottom Boys 358 2005 Nissan 350z
63.   Spartan Racing 507 1995 BMW 318is
64.   Speedway Creations Racing 84 1994 Pontiac Firebird
65.   Squadron 633 1992 BMW 325is
66.   Stinky Rat Trap Racing 135 1991 Audi 200TQ
67.   Team Blitzkrieg 242 1989 BMW 325is
68.   Team Hoser 998 1999 Mazda Miata
69.   Team Jacky Ickx 935 935 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT
70.   Team Jacky Ickx GT30 66 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT
71.   Team Spencer Motorsports/686 Racing 686 1999 Mazda Miata-MX-5
72.   The Flying Wankels 737 1983 Mazda RX7
73.   The Goat 153 2000 Madza Miata
74.   The Pretenders 708 1989 Mazda Miata
75.   Thr3ve Racing 864 1992 BMW 325is
76.   Treasure Coast Miata 965 1994 Mazda Miata
77.   tuttle motor sports 109 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse
78.   tuttle motor sports 108 1997 mitsubishi eclipse
79.   TWOth Autosport 522 1992 Honda Civic
80.   Valyrian Steel 988 1991 Mazda Miata
81.   Visceral Racing Group 918 1987 Porsche 944
82.   Visceral Racing Group 959 1986 Porsche 928S
83.   Wankels Wankers 44 1981 Mazda RX7
84.   White Lightnin' 596 1991 Chevrolet Camaro
85.   Yoda Sport 749 1987 BMW 325is

 

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18 minutes ago, Snake said:

Back up to 100 cars for this race  :(

 

You should have been there the year we had 125!

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Just now, Ronh911 said:

 

You should have been there the year we had 125!

 

I was, it was a shitshow.   The past couple years at 90 were MUCH better than that chaos. 

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17 hours ago, SCCAchamp said:

What is the RV hookup situation for this race?

thanks

 

hahahaah.

A generator

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16 hours ago, Ronh911 said:

 

You should have been there the year we had 125!

 

That was awesome until a guy tried to dive bomb a 2 car wide situation into T6 making it a 3 car wide situation. Lots of broke cars. I have never been pissed at a race, but... I was pissed when I saw the video.
It was not the 125 cars. It was the lack of traffic management by "experienced racers" that was the problem.

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16 hours ago, Snake said:

Back up to 100 cars for this race  :(

 

 

Mike is good with this stuff. the past few years we had a 90 cutoff, but then we would get cancellations. He has it sorted.

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26 minutes ago, Bill Strong said:

 

That was awesome until a guy tried to dive bomb a 2 car wide situation into T6 making it a 3 car wide situation. Lots of broke cars. I have never been pissed at a race, but... I was pissed when I saw the video.
It was not the 125 cars. It was the lack of traffic management by "experienced racers" that was the problem.

While I agree, it was the drivers poor decision making.   With fewer cars there would be less opportunity to make bad decisions.  Its a tough thing to balance.

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We are working on a "Poor Decision Calculator" to determine if you are qualified to race at Road Atlanta. 
So far all testing has allowed zero drivers. Something about "Race Cars" being a poor decision...

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This is the track that MOST needs that in-car flagging system that is being developed.  The locations of some of the flag stations are awful.  I think the racing will get a lot better here when that system gets fully deployed.

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On 1/5/2019 at 1:26 PM, Racer28173 said:

This is the track that MOST needs that in-car flagging system that is being developed.  The locations of some of the flag stations are awful.  I think the racing will get a lot better here when that system gets fully deployed.

 

especially at night!

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On 1/5/2019 at 1:26 PM, Racer28173 said:

This is the track that MOST needs that in-car flagging system that is being developed.  The locations of some of the flag stations are awful.  I think the racing will get a lot better here when that system gets fully deployed.

 

Good thing we're running dev testing at this race ;) .

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7 hours ago, vtjballeng said:

 

Good thing we're running dev testing at this race ;) .

 

We'll have 2 cars if you want to use us for anything.  Can't wait till this system is ready!

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All entrants, email me your driver info, and car info, and some cool stuff about your team that we can use on the show?

 

Drivers - anything special about them? Stories? Years racing?
Car - all the cheaty bits? we won't tell tech.

Where is your team based out of?

 

I will post a number that you guys can text info to during the event. Like, let us know what you are leading or losing this race.

send me an email to media@champcar.org with Road Atlanta Media in the subject line. 

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Looking to hitch a ride to and from this event, located in S. Florida, can drive tow truck a bit as needed.

 

Can turn wrenches for a couple of laps as well

 

Ed

561-two 5 two- 3933

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Couple more questions

 

Is there an onsite fuel station?

 

Our car has a full passenger racing seat with harness, during the practice laps can a passenger that is also a paying driver ride along to help learn the track?

 

thanks for the help.

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22 minutes ago, SCCAchamp said:

Couple more questions

 

Is there an onsite fuel station?

 

Our car has a full passenger racing seat with harness, during the practice laps can a passenger that is also a paying driver ride along to help learn the track?

 

thanks for the help.

 

In the past I'm pretty sure passengers have been allowed on test day. 

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20 minutes ago, SCCAchamp said:

Couple more questions

 

Is there an onsite fuel station?

 

Our car has a full passenger racing seat with harness, during the practice laps can a passenger that is also a paying driver ride along to help learn the track?

 

thanks for the help.

There are some high priced fuel pumps on site,never used them, there are also several off site gas stations within a few miles.

 

In the past a passenger seat has been allowed for practice but must be removed for race day.

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1 hour ago, Team Infiniti said:

There are some high priced fuel pumps on site,never used them, there are also several off site gas stations within a few miles.

 

In the past a passenger seat has been allowed for practice but must be removed for race day.

Onsite pumps might not be available due to the construction plus they are on the other side of the track in the paddock we would normally be in. Also as another reminder to people that the hills are one way going into the pro paddock with the entry down near turn 1 and the exit near turn 12 (step).

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2 hours ago, Team Infiniti said:

There are some high priced fuel pumps on site,never used them,

You should use them,  itll be good practice for Indy  :)

 

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25 minutes ago, JDChristianson said:

You should use them,  itll be good practice for Indy  :)

 

Skipping this event but need a ride there/back from anyone in florida...

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On 1/11/2019 at 3:56 PM, Team Infiniti said:

Skipping this event but need a ride there/back from anyone in Florida...

Bumping myself

 

ALSO

 

IF I get there, will wrench for any team to get a little track time.

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3 hours ago, Team Infiniti said:

Bumping myself

 

ALSO

 

IF I get there, will wrench for any team to get a little track time.

 

He will also stay up the entire way and talk to you while you drive during the night... 😁

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