Posts Tagged “25 Hours of Thunderhill”

In Photos: Grit and Determination – a glimpse into the 25 Hours of Thunderhill

By | December 28, 2013

The 25 Hours of Thunderhill – there is a reason why there’s a hashtag of “#SurviveThe25″. It’s rough, it’s tough, it tests the mental and physical faculties of teams and drivers. For more on this race,┬áread Jason Bennion’s excellent coverage of the race. [photo | mike gillilan]

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25 Hours of Thunderhill: The Conclusion

By | December 18, 2013

The sun rose last Sunday morning to a considerably diminished field at Thunderhill Raceway Park. Of the 57 cars that had started the race the day before, only 37 were still running as of 9 AM on day two, following a dark, cold night in which temperatures plummeted into the low teens. (Remember, many of […]

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First Day at Thunderhill

By | December 7, 2013

Last night’s qualifying round for 25 Hours of Thunderhill took place in absolutely miserable conditions: rain phasing into sleet as the temperature plummeted, made all the worse by a bitter wind that cut through multiple layers of fleece and this reporter’s down coat like they weren’t even there. Snow was falling by the time the […]

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The 25 Hours Of Thunderhill Have Started And We’re There!

By | December 7, 2013

Two top-of-the-line Audi R8 LMSs, diesel-powered Mazda 6s, exotic one-off prototypes, a NASCAR Camaro, even such incongruous entries as a Chevy Silverado pick-up, a Honda CRZ hybrid, a Mini Cooper with two engines, and a Honda Fit… some sixty cars in all. A champion of the “drift” technique, an IndyCar legend and his son, and […]

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