Team Racing 4A Reason Returns to the 2008 25 Hours of Thunderhill
Factory Five Challenge Series teams,
competing in FFR
Challenge Cars, will take
on the ultimate endurance race, the
25 Hours of Thunderhill on December
6-7, 2008. Team Racing 4A Reason 1 &
2 return this year to back up a
successful run in last year's 25,
and both teams are honored to be
following in the footsteps of
drivers who's noble
attempts at the 25 Hours are now the
stuff of racing legend.
Challenge Cars will be piloted by a
talented group of FFR drivers,
including reigning 2008 FFR National
Champion Scott McKay, as well as
2008 regional FFR champions and
podium regulars John George, Jim
Schenck, Rick Anderson, Brian
Sanders, and Karen Salvaggio.
Together, this driving team has
amassed more than 100 FFR victories,
and includes engineers and FFR
craftsman builders from across the
country. Additionally, the driving
team will be joined by the talented
2008 CMC/CMC2 Champions Mike Plum
and Peter Hopelain.
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Both race teams will be supported by
an outstanding group of crewmembers
representative of leaders in
logistics, safety, mechanical and
electrical engineering, as well as
crew management. The Racing 4A
Reason Team is also pleased to again
host representatives from the
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
students in programs at Cal Sate
University Los Angeles. SAE student
representatives will join the race
team through the "Pit Crew for a
Day" program, which provides student
engineers opportunities to put
theory to practice at race events
throughout the year. Each of these
hard working and talented team
member's skills will be tested to
the limit over the 25 hour period.
We encourage all 25 hour enthusiasts
to visit our website and follow the
action throughout the race. Visitors
will be able to follow the action
through hourly blog updates, as well
as viewing all the action through
the live webcam in the hot pits.
Team drivers and crewmember listings
can also be found, as well as links
to Team Charities, which include the
United Spinal Association, Autism
Speaks, and Vets First.
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