FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA ADVISORY - - May 16, 1997 REVISED RESULTS FROM LONG BEACH The results of round two in the 1997 KOOL/TOYOTA Atlantic Championship from the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA ADVISORY - - May 16, 1997
REVISED RESULTS FROM LONG BEACH
The results of round two in the 1997 KOOL/TOYOTA Atlantic Championship from the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach have been revised to show DAVID CUTLER, driver of the No. 26 Microsoft/Wall Data Ralt RT-41, being credited with one additional lap and moving from 21st to 16th place. This affects the finishing order for positions 16 through 21 with those drivers moving down one position.
A time penalty has been assessed to MICHAEL SIMPSON, driver of the No. 59 Maaco Autobody Swift DB-4, for passing during a yellow flag. Simpson drops one position from 19th to 20th place. DAN VOSLOO, driver of the Danvo Machining Reynard 93H, improves from 20th to 19th.
Score one additional lap for JOHN BROOKS, driver of the No. 12 Drive-4-Life Racing/Port-A-Cool Ralt RT-40. The record reflects that Brooks completed 28 laps, but he does not improve his position from 22nd.
Next on the racing calendar for the 12-race 1997 KOOL/TOYOTA Atlantic Championship, sanctioned by SCCA Pro Racing, is round four at the Milwaukee Mile on May 31.
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LEGEND IN THE RACING INDUSTRY JOINS THE MCI TOYOTA ATLANTIC TEAM
Precision Preparation Inc. (PPI) has announced that Carroll Smith has joined the MCI Toyota Atlantic Team. Since 1978, Smith has been president of Carroll Smith Consulting Inc. In 1975, he wrote "Prepare to Win," which sold more than 50,000 copies world wide and is generally regarded as the most comprehensive and authoritative book in its field. Smith has authored other professional books including "Tune to Win," a vehicle dynamics book he published in 1978, and his 1984 materials science book entitled "Engineer to Win." In addition, Smith published "Carroll Smith's Nuts, Bolts and Fasteners Handbook," which was the best selling automotive technical book in 1990 and "Drive to Win," which has received several international awards. "I am pleased to have the opportunity to work again with my friends at PPI and especially to be a part of the birth of a new racing team," said Smith, who designed the off-road racing trucks for Toyota and PPI from 1982 to 1985. "I look forward to the challenge of helping PPI become a dominant force in the KOOL/TOYOTA Atlantic Championship."
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