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Dr. Charles Monk

Ran Can-Am in ’82, ’83 and ’84 in March 802, Lola T332 and Frisbee/Lola T333, then GTP/L in Fabcar and Tiga, often with John Higgins and Howard Cherry for Lamas Motor Racing, in ’87-’93, including Daytona 24-Hour and Sebring 12-Hour, and class wins at Sebring and Miami. Dr. Monk is now active in vintage racing […]

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Steve Matchett

Working with David Hobbs, Steve has been the technical voice of Formula 1 telecasts in the U.S. since late ’00, with Speedvision, SPEED and now NBC Sports. His insights are fruit of the close relationships he’s maintained over the years with F1 engineers and mechanics. He was hired in ’90 as a mechanic at Benetton […]

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Howard E. “Buz” McCall, Jr.

Race driver and team owner, enjoyed great success in Trans-Am fielding championship-winning Camaros for Scott Sharp and Jack Baldwin, ’91-’93…Sharp in ’91 (Baldwin runner-up), Baldwin in ’92 (Sharp runner-up) and Sharp in ’93. As a driver, competed in SCCA Club Racing beginning in ’82, IMSA GTU and GTO, finishing second in both championships and named […]

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Bruce R. McCaw

Noted team owner, collector and supporter of motorsports. Joined SCCA in ’63 to compete in regional rallies. Winner 12-Hour rally NW…unequipped class. Began road racing in ’67 at Westwood, Canada. In ’68…Regional races in PNW in Austin Healy Sprite H-Production. Obtained ICSCC International and SCCA Regional license. In ’69-’73, SCCA and Conference races, and ARRC […]

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Tom McIntyre

SCCA competitor in 427 Cobra and Mickey Thompson Sting Ray beginning ’73, and B/Production Camaro beginning ’79. SCCA Solo runner-up in ’80 and Champion in ’81. Crewman in IMSA for Dennis Aase, Jim Busby and Tommy Kendall, and at LeMans for Wynn’s Racing, Dick Barbour and Ralph Kent Cooke, ’77-’82. Competed regularly in Historic TransAm […]

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Tom Malloy

Tom was introduced to racing at a young age by his father, Emmett J. Malloy, who built and owned Carrell Speedway in Gardena, Calif., and watched legends such as Rex Mays, Troy Ruttman, Jimmy Reese and Bill Vukovich drive his dad’s cars. Tom attended the Skip Barber Racing School in ’92 and was hooked. Soon […]

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Chris Locke

Chris has had a passion for racing, sports cars and all things motorsport his entire life.From go-karts in his youth, Chris moved on to a variety of sports cars as a teenager and, for the past 25 years has been engaged in historic racing throughout North America and Europe.His cars include an ex-Andretti Lotus 77 […]

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Jim Leo

PitFit Training founder and president, Jim is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), trainer to America’s racing stars and a leading contributor to the SAFEisFAST Program. Having initially worked with the Penske team, he has grown PitFit into the industry leader in the development and implementation of motorsports-specific conditioning, and has a clientele that […]

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Michael Hull

Hull began racing Formula Fords in Southern California in ’72 and was instructor, then manager at Jim Russell Driving School. Became chief mechanic in IndyCar racing in ’81, working for Arciero Racing and Patrick Racing, where he helped launch Ganassi Racing in ’92, becoming the new team’s first general manager. As GM and later Managing […]

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William Jeanes

A major figure in automotive journalism, Jeanes began as a freelancer in the 1970, joining the Car and Driver staff in ’72. Following a nine-year career in advertising, he rejoined CandD as editor-in-chief in ’87, growing the magazine into the world’s largest automotive publication. A major consolidation in ’93 established Jeanes as senior VP and […]

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Bob Hebert

After being an SCCA privateer in the early •70s, drove for Lotus Racing East in the U.S., South America and Canada, including SCCA runoffs in Atlanta in ’70-’74. Seven Daytona 24-hour races, including a running a Firebird in ’87 with Charlie Gibson, a sixth-in-class finish in an Argo-Mazda in ’90 and a dnf with French […]

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Brad Francis

In the ’83 CART IndyCar series was Manager for Jacques Villeneuve. In ’85 Concept Camaro GTO designer for drivers Jack Baldwin, Craig Carter, David Hobbs, Rick Hendrick, et al. In ’87 Beretta GTU designer for drivers Tommy Kendall, Max Jones, winning ’87 IMSA GTU Championship. In ’88 Corvette GTP Manager for drivers Jack Baldwin, David […]

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Joe Freeman

Began racing in 1970, and completed RRDC National Driver’s Seminar in July ’71. Raced Crossle 16F Formula Ford and Brabham BT-35 Formula B in SCCA Regional and National events ’70-’75, with wins at Bryar, Lime Rock and Watkins Glen, and podium finish at Summit Point. Third in N.E. Region Formula B in ’74. Badly injured […]

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Tom Cotter

The title on Cotter’s business card reads: Certified Car Geek. The entrepreneurial raconteur and promoter is a passionate historian, collector, racer and restorer of vintage vehicles. Most recently he’s become known as a “barn finder”. His nine books include five on automotive archeology and several racing biographies with co-authors like Jay Leno, Peter Egan, Bruce […]

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Max Crawford

Max Crawford cut his racing teeth in New Zealand where he was a noted mechanic, driver, crew chief, engineer and team owner, notably in New Zealand Open Saloon Cars and the Shellsport Championship. His first job outside his home country was as a mechanic for Dick Barbour Racing in ’80 in IMSA. He shortly joined […]

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Zak Brown

Started in karting, winning 22 races from ’86-’90. Moved to Formula Ford, then Benelux Open Lotus Series, finishing in top 10 in each race in’92, then fourth overall in series in ’93. Ran in Toyota Atlantic Series, British Formula 3. made his Indy Lights debut in ’95. Finished 2nd in GT2 in Daytona 24-Hour and […]

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Geroge H. Bruggenthies

Has been President and General Manager of Road America since ’99. A vintage racing enthusiast and a founding member of Monoposto Racing, was group’s Grand Champion in ’89 and ’91. Won the Formula Junior 35th anniversary race. Also a founding member of the Vintage Motorsports Council.

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David Bruns

David Bruns is one of America’s most prolific and successful racecar designers. A Formula Ford racer early in his career, he partnered with Paul White to design and build the radical ADF Formula Ford in 1973, which won the SCCA Runoffs in the hands of Bob Earl. Bruns’ ADF MkII won the ’75 and ’79 […]

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Jeff Braun

As race engineer and technical director, Jeff is the co-author of Inside Race Technology with Paul Haney, and a respected race engineer with a long list of victories. He has led the engineering and technical efforts with both IMSA (Fermin Velez) and Grand Am (Krohn Racing) teams, including a recent one-two finish for Level 5 […]

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Michael Argetsinger

Michael Argetsinger grew up with motor racing in Watkins Glen as a member of the family that founded there in 1948 working all areas of race organization from mowing grass and painting buildings to being active in circuit management. After launching his own racing career on dirt in ’65, he ventured to Europe and worked […]

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Raoul “Sonny” Balcaen, III

Pioneer driver in top fuel drag racing. Developed first full bodied dragster using a magnesium skin and GMC nitro powered engine. Worked with mentor Ed Donovan. Later worked with Pete Clark, Rex May’s Indy mechanic. Then for Jim Hall at Shelby Sports Cars in the ’50s. Jim’s first crew chief. Team member of Lance Reventlow’s […]

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Dan Andersen

Andersen Promotions assumed operational control of the Firestone IndyLights Series in the summer of 2013. Originally a sportsman drag racer, Andersen created and operated the USF2000 championship (’91_’01) before selling it and launching Andersen Racing from which his son Mike won four poles and three FC (F2000) championships at the SCCA Runoffs, plus the ’03 […]

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