The end of the season. In 2013, we were all standing in an empty parking lot at Autoclub speedway in Fontana. Not exactly heaven on Earth. Fast forward 365 days, and there we were. Another parking lot. Except that parking lot was at Road Atlanta. My favorite race track in all of North America. The driver’s championship already locked up. The team championship was all that was left at stake. And it was down to the wire.
Change Racing vs Mitchum Motorsport.
It didn’t matter who won. It was an exciting battle and a championship that was vastly different to that from the year before. A series that had grown and matured. I had seen it change first hand. A schedule that was nothing to write home about in 2013 had transformed into one that had the attention of hundreds of thousands of race fans across the United States and Canada. A series that had been more or less been a standalone championship competing in the scenic, but somewhat deserted woods of Canada last year, to one that was supporting the newly formed Tudor United Sportscar series at race venues that are world renowned for their challenge and history. I for one, was proud to be standing there as the series photographer.
A big and heartfelt thank you to all the people who make each weekend work. Every single person matters and means something to the championship.
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