"You probably want to see the cars," says Robert Kauffman, appearing at the door of RK Motors LLC. Well, yes. You’d never know it from the outside, but this gray-and-tan hangar north of Charlotte, North Carolina, contains a collector’s fantasy garage — more than 300 American classics in a Skittles bag of colors.
Spike Feresten has done almost all there is to do in American comedy. He wrote for David Letterman’s "Late Night" and "Late Show" in the 1990s, penned an episode of "The Simpsons,” and while he was writing for "Seinfeld," put together the classic episode featuring the Soup Nazi. He also had his own late-night talk show, cleverly titled "Talkshow with Spike Feresten," for three seasons on Fox. But it’s the Massachusetts native’s love for cars that will be on display in his latest project.
The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association United States Vintage Racing National Championship was held Oct. 8-12 at the 20-turn, 3.4 mile Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The second-year event saw a field of more than 350 entrants tackle the challenging road course that annually hosts the United States Grand Prix. The field at the SVRA US Vintage Racing National Championship 2014 competed in 13 race groups and two enduros, with a national champion crowned in each class.