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The Georgia Z car club will be hosting a Z coral at the 2005 Historic Sportscar Racing Mitty Challenge on April 29-May 1 at Road Atlanta.

We plan on having 75 or so cars there. We'll have people camping out all weekend in the infield and on Saturday night there will be a barbecue dinner. Great chance to see some fantastic historic race cars compete, meet some new people and have a good time. There will be some track touring time and some group parade laps for the larger club entries.

Let me know if anyone is interested. We'd like to know how many people will need to be feed

Classic Motorsports Magazine will be hosting it this year. If you go to their web site (http://www.classicmotorsports.net/mitty.php) and click on the spectator entry form, you can get advance weekend tickets for $10 off. Here's some info from them:

The Classic Motorsports Mitty is back for 2005. Following the tradition, the Mitty will again be held at Road Atlanta April 29 to May 1, 2005. This year's event will feature more exciting activities, more clubs and, best of all, more cool cars. Once again,the Mitty activities are using an exciting weekend of HSR vintage racing as a backdrop. A Moss Motors MG/Triumph Challenge is the feature race of the weekend.

The event kicks off with an MG/Triumph party and other activities on Friday. On Saturday spectators will have the opportunity to autocross new Kumho Tires MINI Coopers. In addition to the MINIs, there will be a silent auction, followed by a real auction, an evening concours auto show and party. Sunday features another great opportunity for spectators the chance to drive a brand new Lotus Elise on our autocross course.

World renowned car expert, racing legend and author Kas Kastner is attending the Mitty. Kas will be giving a seminar and answering questions in the big Classic Motorsports tent. In addition to Kas, a number of experts will be presenting tech seminars throughout the weekend. MGA racing legend Kent Prather, the nation's foremost MG tuner John Twist, and British car restoration and tuning expert Carl Heideman will be found in the Classic Motorsports tent offering tips and advice.

This year's event is also featuring a number of dedicated car club corrals for various car clubs visiting from across the country. In addition to the chance of competing in the car show, car club corral members will also have the chance to take parade laps on the famous Road Atlanta circuit.

Vendor booths for some of the leading racing and vintage car product makers will line vendors' row, and we will have a number of Classic Motorsports and Grassroots Motorsports project cars on display.

Two of the five IMSA winning Lotus X180 race cars ever built will also be on hand for the event. Driven by Doc Bundy, the cars won the 1992 IMSA Championship. The primary car is scheduled to race, while the sister car will be parked center stage in the Lotus corral.

The Classic Motorsports Mitty 2005 host hotel is the Wingate Inn Gwinett Place Mall. Call (770) 622-7277 for reservations or visit their Web site at www.WinngateInnDuluth.com

The Mitty is presented by Classic Motorsports, HSR, Kumho Tires, Moss Motors, Friends of Triumph, MG Vintage Racers, Road Atlanta, British Motor Trade Association and The Tire Rack.
 
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