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Postée par admin le vendredi 13 août 2004 à 18:00

KROHN-BARBOUR RACING SKIPPING NEXT RACE TO FOCUS ON TESTING


Krohn-Barbour Racing will miss next weekend's seventh round of the American Le Mans Series at Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (August 20-22), in order to concentrate on testing and developing its two Lamborghini Murci?lago R-GTs.



The Lamborghinis made their US competition debut only seven weeks ago, in round two of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, and have quickly established themselves as crowd favorites for their good looks and glorious engine note.

Krohn-Barbour Racing drivers David Brabham and Peter Kox have twice battled for third-place finishes in the GTS class, currently dominated by the two GM Racing Chevrolet Corvettes, and team co-founder Tracy Krohn and track instructor David McEntee finished second in GTS in round four of the ALMS at Infineon Raceway, California, but the busy race schedule has prevented the team from making as much progress as it would like with the performance of the new cars.

Team manager Dick Barbour explained: "With five races in the last seven weekends, there's been almost no time for the testing and development that a new racing car always needs. Tracy Krohn and I have decided it's best to take some time out from the race program to concentrate on testing and development. By missing the Road America race, we get a valuable six-week window before both cars return to the series at Petit Le Mans, the longest and most important event we'll enter this year."

The Petit Le Mans race runs for 10 hours or 1,000 miles (whichever is shorter) at Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia, on Saturday September 25.

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