Bringing Home the 1st Place Trophy in the Retro Class.
Another year at the One Lap of America, and another year coming home a winner. Amanda competed this year’s One Lap of America with co-drivers Thomas Daetwyler and Andreas Blochliger in the Retro Class.
Off to a rocky start, Amanda didn’t get her first track victory until day three of the event at Texas. “My competitors are tough. I lack the street-car track experience that these guys are use to. It only took a matter of time to get use to the handling of the car.” Amanda stated. “But once the rain came, I knew I had to step up to the plate.”
After that first victory, Amanda never looked back. A total of 4,077 miles on the road, ten different tracks from as far north as Wisconsin to as far south as Texas, and 19 events! Amanda captured 9 first place, 6 second place, and 4 thirds.
“I owe the on track success to my co-drivers, Thomas and Andy. Without their help on the streets, I wouldn’t have survived on the track. I want to thank GM Performance Division, Brembos, and Goodridge for their support of the vehicle, and Robert Dubler with Dubler Racing for his continued support and competition on track.”
Amanda would also like to thank all of the people who helped raise awareness by supporting the 1 in 8 Motorsports Foundation. The event was a success!
Mom & Pete
Sunrise Management and Consulting
Leo & Bridgette Mucha
Gold Jack Entertainment, LLC