Aston Martin Afficionados at Lime Rock

It’s not a public event, but we thought you would like to know that the Aston Martin Owners Club has rented Lime Rock Park for Saturday, June 26, to celebrate not only its 75th anniversary but its 40th year of coming to Lime Rock. Former Aston Martin factory pilot Brian Redman is AMOC’s guest speaker at its Friday night dinner at the Troutbeck Inn in Amenia, N.Y.


They had questions, LRP had answers

31339_394464584002_44115954002_4160520_7252059_nAs part of the Tuesday, May 11 Test & Tune day, Hoosier Tire and NASCAR officials Chad Little, Bret Bodine and Kip Childress, and four Whelen Modified Tour teams were at Lime Rock Park to figure out tire wear and course configuration for the July 2-3 NASCAR Doubleheader.

We "found" the April winner!

 Yes, we finally “found” the April Monthly Mega-Prize Giveaway winner.

Pat Leber of New Rochelle, N.Y., was travelling on business, but we didn’t have his mobile number, so we couldn’t contact him after we drew his name on Friday, April 30.


Info About 'Sunday in the Park'

PDF of Sunday in the Park Entry Form is here...

The 28th running of the Lime Rock Park Historic Festival will take place on the traditional Labor Day Weekend... September 3 – 6, 2010. On the Friday, Saturday and Monday of the weekend, the track is teeming with exciting cars in full competition, but Sunday, glorious Sunday... That’s the day the Festival focus is on an automotive extravaganza of the highest level: Sunday in the Park.


A 'Grand' Day in New York City

Lime Rock Park, Metro-North Railroad, Grand-Am, and four front-running race teams were at Grand Central Terminal all day Wednesday, April 29. We had a big public display in the Vanderbilt Taxi Stand to promote the first-ever Metro-North “Getaway Package” and to familiarize autoless New Yorkers to the wonders of Lime Rock Park.

Here was our pitch... have you ever imagined what it would be like if you saw race cars driving full chat in Central Park? Okay, that’s what Lime Rock is like...

The event was cool... Thousands of people streaming in and out of Grand Central, many doing double-takes as they spotted about 2,000 horsepower worth of Grand-Am race cars in the Vandy Taxi Stand. More than 1,500 LRP ticket brochures and an equal number of Metro-North “Getaway” brochures were picked up. Oh, we wanted to make people’s ears bleed by firing up the Mazda, but that plan got ix-nayed...

Yep, we’ve got photos! Click here.