Discussion in 'Pro Racing' started by baz99, Apr 21, 2008.
What is happening with Automatic Racing's M6? It has been missing from the last two Rolex races.
We are planning on running a limited schedule while we R & D the M6. Likely events for the M6 are Daytona, Miller, and the new track in NJ. This approach is typical with other successful teams.
To date we are pleased with the promise the car has shown.
Thanks for asking.
The telecast of Saturday's Grand-Am race from Mid-Ohio has the announcers discussing the "M6" that ran. They said Automatic Racing had sold the car. I don't think they had mentioned the car until it got stuck in one of the gravel traps, bringing out a full-course caution. It had Playboy sponsorship, among others, and was driven by Mike Borkowski and Tommy Constantine to 14th in the GT class (the crawl at the top of the screen had it running in the DP class for most of the race). I wonder if it wasn't the Riley-M6 that Dinan was advertising for sale earlier in the season.
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