After five races and only one top ten to cheer them up, Al Carter and Hugh Plumb realized that the gods of racing were not in their camp for the season.
For Carter and Plumb, racing at Lime Rock is like racing at home since they live only 230 miles from Lime Rock and can be considered as "local" competitors.
This year the two B+ Racing drivers and their Fall-Line Motorsports No. 45 Eagle B+ Racing team have not been really lucky.
Over the past two months Fall-Line Motorsports and Audi Sport customer racing have worked in unison to develop the car.
Al Carter and Hugh Plumb are expected to go all out this weekend with their Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3.
All Carter has driven the Audi R8 at two previous events this year; first at Watkins Glen and most recently at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Al Carter was entered in two events on the Kansas Speedway: The 2013 CTSCC series driving the No. 45 BMW M3 and in 2013 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo.
In true Fall-Line form, all three BMWs made their way to the front.
The three BMWs in the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge did not have the qualifying results they had hoped for at Kansas Speedway.
Inaugural CTSCC race at Kansas Speedway coming this Saturday!
Trent Hindman qualified P2 in only his second GRAND-AM event of his career.
Al Carter and Hugh Plumb have many race wins but not as teammates in the same car. They hope to change that this weekend at Road America in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
The No. 46 Fall-Line car driven by Mark Boden and Bryan Sellers won the Brickyard Challenge. This incredible achievement was the second consecutive success for Fall-Line Motorsports.
Al Carter and Hugh Plumb to visit Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St Vincent for the B+ Racing Program. Al Carter will contest both the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and the Rolex Sports Car Series Brickyard Grand-Prix.
The B+ Foundation BMW M3's drivers Al Carter and Hugh Plumb scored their first podium of the season at Watkins Glen.
Next up is Round 7 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 26.
The No. 45 Eagle Tech - B+ Foundation - Jetset Magazine Fall-Line BMW is ready to return to the track.
Al Carter and teammate Hugh Plumb are in their 3rd seasons racing BMW M3s in the GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge with Fall-Line Motorsports.
Carter and Plumb and their Fall-Line team will now have almost two months to prepare for the next event in Ohio.
Al Carter and Hugh Plumb rethink their racing strategy
After the final pit stop, problems in the gearbox started to affect Hugh Plumb's performance.
Al Carter brought the #48 home in 7th after driving almost the entirety of the race between the #45 and the #48 car.
Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3 on the pole for the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge in Alabama after a stellar lap by Charles Espenlaub with a new lap record.
46 children are diagnosed with cancer each school day and less than 4% of federal cancer research funding goes to fund childhood cancer research.
Al Carter to co-drive the No. 45 and No. 48 BMWs at Barber.
The second round of the 2013 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge did not bring the expected result to Eagle B+ Racing drivers Al Carter and Hugh Plumb.
Brett Sandberg and Charles Espenlaub raced their Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3 to a third place finish in the GS class on the Circuit of The Americas.
All three Fall-Line BMWs will starting in the top-ten on tomorrow's GRAND-AM of the Americas.
The three car BMW team ready for to take on the Circuit of the Americas in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
Carter and Plumb's No. 45 Eagle Tech/B+ Foundation/Jetset Magazine BMW finished 26th in the GS class of the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. Their Magnus Porsche finished in top-15 in the Rolex 24 At Daytona.
Unlucky start for Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge Team's three cars.
Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge Series team starts strong.
A sweep of the podium in the GS class is the only way to top last year and the team knows they have the talent and determination to do it.
The two B+ Racing drivers will compete in both the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend.