I agree 100% with Jeff. We would need a space of our own . I started driving
Road Atlanta in 1975 and it has gone from one of my favourite tracks to one of
my least favourite tracks in a very short time.
Alan Taylor . . driver of #24 SLMF TR4.
(If this race car does not get finished soon I may have to put one of my own
Please add me to the list below...Thanks
Subject: Re: Walter Mitty - MG TR Challenge April 2005
OK, Joe, put me and my TR3A down as a possible.
One gripe I've had with the Mitty is that I used to have to arrive on
Wednesday afternoon to get in line to enter the paddock on Thursday morning
(or some ridiculous early arrival scheme!) in order to get a paddock space
that wasn't out in the boonies somewhere. Maybe we could have a separate
Triumph paddock roped off so we could just arrive the afternoon before and
be ensured of a decent paddock spot.
That's my suggestion AND the reason I have avoided the Mitty for the last 4
or so years. I love the event and the track, but not the hassle.
In 24 hours the FoT has yielded a blue ribbon panel of Triumphs, mostly
Where are the rest of youse guys?
1 Joe Alexander
2 Mike Munson
3 Don Marshall
4 Bill Babcock
5 Jack Drews
6 George Wright
7 Alan Pinel
8 Jerry Barr
9 Richard Taylor
11 Bill Dentinger
12 Bob Kramer
13 Tony Drews
14 Leo Oddi
15 Irv Korey