Vintage Racing Coach and Competitor Peter Krause Awarded the 2007 Lola Heritage Trophy for Sportsmanship

Braselton, GA (October 20, 2007) - Glyn Jones, head of Lola Heritage, a division of LOLA Cars International of Cambridgeshire, England, presented the 2007 Lola Heritage Trophy for Sportsmanship to noted professional racing coach and vintage racing competitor Peter Krause at the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) season finale at Road Atlanta.

Jones, in the US to finalize plans for Lola Heritage's "50 Years of LOLA Cars" celebrations to be held in 2008, was pleased to recognize Krause's contribution to the rising popularity of Lola cars in US vintage and historic racing. Jones highlighted Krause's contribution to the education of both new and experienced drivers as part of SVRA's training and advanced coaching programs sponsored by Traqmate and UBS/Michael Stott, as well as the recent formation of Krause's professional coaching and instruction business, Krause & Associates LLC.

"I'm honored to have been recognized by Lola Heritage and particularly humbled by the support of the 2006 Lola Heritage Trophy winner, noted Lola collector and racer Johan Woerheide, in receiving this marvelous trophy here at Road Atlanta," Krause said.

"LOLA Cars International has really made a big effort, through the formation of Lola Heritage and the efforts of Glyn Jones, to support, promote and recognize vintage and historic Lola racing cars all over the world. I'm just so pleased that the manufacturer, whose cars I fell in love a quarter of a century ago, care about the cars that put them on the map and that we all enjoy;" Krause continued.

Lola Heritage, SVRA and selected other sanctioning bodies are putting the final touches on several notable race weekends that will feature "50 Years of LOLA Cars" in 2008.

For more information, see Lola Heritage , Sportscar Vintage Racing Association, Krause & Associates, LLC

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