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AGT: American GT Challenge announces first team of 2004

Wilton, CT.- Today Sky Blue Racing and Garden Iron announced a commitment to the entire 2004 American GT Challenge schedule. The Sky Blue Racing/Garden Iron Mustang was built by Irv Hoerr for the 42nd running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Team...

Wilton, CT.- Today Sky Blue Racing and Garden Iron announced a commitment to the entire 2004 American GT Challenge schedule. The Sky Blue Racing/Garden Iron Mustang was built by Irv Hoerr for the 42nd running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Team drivers Eric Curran, Stu Hayner and Woodson Duncan will see action during the 2004 schedule.

The car has competed six times, collecting one victory and five poles. Garden Iron will continue as the sponsor of the 29 car, as well as provide contingency sponsorship for the three fastest qualifiers at each event of the 2004 American GT Challenge series.

Garden Iron^Ù is an installer of custom steel edging for over 20 years. Garden Iron offers an extensive line of manufactured bends and corners, allowing designers to create edges in almost any shape and size with material that will last for decades. The centerpiece in Garden Iron's^Ù new line of modular steel edging is the Garden Iron^Ù Tree Ring. For more information on Garden Iron, visit www.gardeniron.com.

The American GT Challenge uses purpose built tube frame chassis cars, power by a V-8 & V-6 engine, with composite bodies, replicating series produced American touring or grand touring cars. For more information visit www.americangt.com.

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Series GT
Drivers Eric Curran , Stu Hayner