Road America: An incredible assortment of cars featured at the WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman vintage event

ELKHART LAKE, Wis., July 18, 2021 – The WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman at Road America concluded after four days of excellent vintage racing action, exhibitions, Concours, awards, and activities for fans. The event has been heralded as one of the most significant vintage racing events in the country. 2021 ushered in historic Grand National and NASCAR cars as the featured marque.

The cars, driven mainly by drivers who are undeniably passionate about their sport, were the main attraction. Unlike other events where spectators might be separated from stars who take the stage, car lovers milled through the paddock area, telling stories with owners and drivers and swapping insight with other enthusiasts.

The famed race car driver, Brian Redman, served as the Grand Marshall for the event and had nothing but praise for the mid-summer tradition.

“This is a fantastic event,” commented Redman, who has been coming to the track almost every year since 1972. “Without question, Road America has turned into the finest road racing facility in North America.”

In all, another fabulous weekend of vintage racing is in the books at Road America, and the results for the Sunday races are as follows:

Group 8 – Historic / Post-Historic Production
Peter Cunningham, Milwaukee, 04 Acura TSX
Rick Nichols, Littleton, Colo., 71 Datsun 240z
George Balbach, Lake Bluff, Ill., 66 Porsche 911

Group 4 – Classic Motosposto
Geoff Brabham, Indianapolis, Ind., 71 Brabham BT-35
Joel Quadracci, Sussex, Wis., 67 Brabham BT-29
Steve Grundahl, Blue Mounds, Wis., 01 Mygale SJ01

Group 2 – Vintage Production
Peter Cunningham, Milwaukee, 92 Honda Prelude Si
Kent Prather, Wakarusa, Kan., 62 MG A
Colin Comer, River Hills, Wis., 59 Austin Healey Sprite

Group 7 – Historic/Modern Formula
Brian French, Sheboygan, Wis., 97 Benetton
Lew Cooper, Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich.,07 Panoz
Tony Ave, Brownsburg, Ind., 01 Swift

Group 13 – Masters Endurance Legends
David Porter, Darien, Conn., 07 Peugeot 908
Craig Bennett, Wixom, Mich., 12 Lola
Joel Quadrucci, Sussex, Wis., 13 Oreca

Group 1a – Historic Stock Cars
Gunnar Jeannette, West Palm Beach, Fla., 12 Chevrolet Impala
Scott Holley, Fortville, Ind., 03 Dodge Intrepid
Brad Dahmer, Sheboygan, Wis., 06 Chevrolet Chevelle

Group 11 – Historic Trans Am
William Ockerlund, Bradenton, Fla., 71 AMC Javelin
Ken Epsman, Santa Clara, Cali., 72 AMC Javelin
Jimmy Hague, Santa Clara, Cali., 70 Ford Boss

Group 14 – Masters Formula One
Gregory Thorton, 82 Lotus
Cal Meeker, 79 Tyrell
Chris Locke, San Anselmo, Calif., 76 Lotus

Group 3 – Vintage GT/Sports/ P Type/ USRRC
Brian Garcia, St. Charles, Ill., 65 BTM Cheetah
Jeff Mckee, Pompano Beach, Fla., 68 SPF GT40
Jon Degaynor, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 60 Devin Chevy

Group 5 – CanAm/GTP/Historic Sports Racer
Mark Brannon, Paradise Valley, Ariz., 07 Elan DP02
Kirt Bennett, Clarkston, Mich., 73 Shadow DN2
Justin Frick, Lewisberry, Pa., 76 Osella PA6

Group 9 – Modern GT/Prototype
Adam Rupp, Fon du Lac, Wis., 95 Ford Mustang
Robert Tornello, 14 Coyote Corvette
Thomas Herb, Barrington, Ill., 05 Crawford DP-03

Group 10 – Post Historic GT/ Production
Jimmy Mcglynn, Naples, Fla., 03 Porsche
Tom Mcglynn, Naples, Fla., 05 Porsche
Michael Ketten, Milwaukee, 02 Porsche

Group 6 – Historic Big Bore Production
Todd Treffert, Sarasota, Fla., 74 Porsche 911
Rick Pfrang, Menasha, Wis., 69 Chevrolet Corvette
Rick Mooney, Lake Oswego, Ore., 68 Chevrolet Corvette

Group 12 – Pre War/Early Post War
Rex Barrett, Roselle, Ill., 33 Ford Indy Special
Russell Lane, Evanston, Ill., 53 MG TD
Augie Grasis, Weatherby Lake, Mo., 33 Studebaker Indy Special