Out of a field of veteran drivers, Mount worked his way through the pack to take 2nd Place at the 2016 U.S. Majors Tour@ Road Atlanta. Mount once again brings the 2012 No. 7 Van Diemen in for a podium finish this afternoon. Mount with the help from the team at K-Hill Motorsports stayed consistent throughout the day to bring home the podium finish.
Blake Mount who is coming fresh off the Atlantic Series Winter Exhibition races where he took a 1st Place win at PBIR in Palm Beach and a 2nd Place win at SIR in Sebring, Florida will be making his debut as a driver for K-Hill Racing out of Pennsylvania driving the No. 7 Van Diemen Formula 2000 car!
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The Atlanta Region’s 2016 SCCA Club Racing season kicks-off with the second year of a race series that is bound to be exciting and competitive. The SCCA U.S. Majors Tour, (www.scca.com/events/index.cfm?eid=6551 ) a series of premium national events for top-tier drivers, makes it fourth stop of the year at Road Atlanta and should attract drivers from all over the East & West coast. This is the fourth stop of seven for the Eastern Conference (includes all of the east coast) drivers. This is one of only seven Majors weekends in the east where drivers can earn extra points to qualify for the SCCA National Championships (the Runoffs ®) held this year at Mazda Raceway, Laguna Seca outside of Monterey, California! Multiple National Champions will be competing in eight races on both Saturday and Sunday.
K-Hill’s Blake Mount, who won at Palm Beach, ran about four seconds behind in the early stages of the race as the two drivers lapped consistently around the Sebring facility. Mount went on to finish a respectable second!