The Mitty at Road Atlanta with HSR, featuring the Masters Historic Racing/USA Series.

The Mitty at Road Atlanta was an event that was always on my short list of must-see events. Held during the weekend of of April 24-26, 2015, it was a great way to start my racing season. It did not disappoint. By far the most exciting part of the weekend was seeing the fabulous Formula One cars that were on hand featured in the Masters Historic Racing/USA Series. Here are a few photos of the cars. The article of the event will be posted as soon as it’s published in an upcoming issue of Victory Lane Magazine. Stay tuned… For now, enjoy! TJ

Pit in, with Keith Frieser (Sturgeon County, Alberta) in his 1973 Shadow DN1, #17.

Pit in, with Keith Frieser (Sturgeon County, Alberta) in his 1973 Shadow DN1, #17.

Pit in, with John Delane (Redondo Beach, CA) in his 1971 Tyrrell 002, #2.

Pit in, with John Delane (Redondo Beach, CA) in his 1971 Tyrrell 002, #2.

In the paddock with the cars on display. The 1974 Parnelli VPJ-4 of John McKenna (Auburn, WA) #27, and the 1983 Williams FW08 of Cal Meeker (British Columbia, Canada) #42.

In the paddock with the cars on display. The 1974 Parnelli VPJ-4 of John McKenna (Auburn, WA) #27, and the 1983 Williams FW08 of Cal Meeker (British Columbia, Canada) #42.

At speed up past the Esses, with the 1974 Lotus 76/1 of Andrew Beaumont (Surry, UK) #11.

At speed up past the Esses, with the 1974 Lotus 76/1 of Andrew Beaumont (Surry, UK) #11.

On to the front straight with James Hagen (Ballyclare, Ireland), in the 1983 Tyrrell 011, # 6.

On to the front straight with James Hagen (Ballyclare, Ireland), in the 1983 Tyrrell 011, # 6.

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