Having just come off a two-day test at Daytona, the team, cars, and drivers were ready to perform at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA. The Mitty, one of the longest running and largest vintage race events, was the setting for Jeff Borghesi, John Reisman, Bill Hubbell, Eric Curran, Rob Albino and the members of the HH team to put their skills into gear.
For Jeff, back to back winner of the HH Customer of the Year Award 15 years running, the goal was to beat his own personal Road Atlanta best. In his Lola B2K40, he accomplished that goal, shaving
John Reisman was pleased to put his new Corvette Daytona Prototype through its paces. Having only driven the ex#31 Whelen car at the Daytona testing the week before, Mr. Reisman made quick work of making himself right at home with the newly installed paddle shift and carbon brakes.
Coming from a 2015 Sprint Race Championship with FARA, and taking the overall win of the grueling FARA 500, Bill Hubbell was looking forward to making his mark with HSR in his #230 Corvette Daytona Prototype. Indeed he did, securing ___ place in the BRM Endurance Race. Assisting him in that feat was co-driver and driver coach, Eric Curran, who had just come from a 2nd place win at the Sebring 12 hr and a 3rd place finish at Long Beach.
Fresh out of the St. Louis Car Museum, the Sunbeam Tiger was proudly debuted at Road Atlanta by Rob Albino.
Suprise 'participant' in the FORD race was Hudson Historics owner, Gordon Eggleston in his 1930 Model A. Making his way to the false grid in his all original Ford straight-faced, helmeted and gloved, he had the officials allllllmost convinced that he was an entrant. Perhaps the #30 so expertly applied in green painter's tape to the doors gave away the ruse.