Results From The 2019 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Results from the 2019 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Honored Collector: Corky Coker

Concours Awards Classes 2 & 4

Class 2 Best of Class-#15–1928 Auburn 8-115 Speedster– Al & Barbara Mason – Purcellville, VA

Outstanding in Class -#25 - 1934 Lincoln KB – Dennis Kiefer – Memphis, TN

Class 4 Best of Class - #21 – 1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS Roadster – Peter Boyle – Oil City, PA

Outstanding in Class - #22 – 1938 Steyr 220 Cabriolet – Peter Boyle – Oil City, PA

Time Trials Awards Groups 1-5:

Group 1 – Brass Era – Perry Freeman – 1918 American LaFrance

Group 2 – Prewar – Bill Stelcher – 1929 Ford Model A

Group 3 – Front-engined Grand Prix – Chip Wright – 1938 Wolseley Special

Group 4 – 50s-60s Small Bore – David Blakey – 1967 MGBGT

Group 5 – 50s-60s Big Bore – Joe Palmer – 1965 Shelby Mustang

Concours – “Best Paint Finish” - Presented by Barry Meguiar 1928 Auburn 8-115 – Al & Barbara Mason – Purcellville, VA

Concours Awards Classes 6-10

Class 6 Best of Class - #70 – 1932 Ford Roadster – Alan & Angie Johnson – Gadsden, AL Outstanding in Class - #73 – 1932 Ford Roadster– Tom Hardy – Dalton, Ga.

Class 7 Best of Class – 1927 BMW R42 – John Landstrom – Norcross, GA Outstanding in Class – 1931 Henderson KJ – John Landstrom – Norcross, GA

Class 8 Best of Class - #55 – 1960 Chevrolet Impala – Kayo Erwin – Soddy Daisy, TN Outstanding in Class - #54 – 1958 DeSoto Firedome convertible – Brad Jones –Greensboro, NC

Class 9 Best of Class - #37A – 1962 Chevrolet Corvette – NuNu Lowry – Ooltewah, TN

Outstanding in Class - #37 – 1962 Chevrolet Corvette – Steve & Kim Wittler – Soddy Daisy, TN

Class 10 Best of Class - #42 – 1987 BMW 535i sedan – Steve & Kim Wittler – Soddy Daisy, TN Outstanding in Class - #39B – 1957 BMW Isetta 300 – Joel Cheek – Newnan, GA

Time Trials Awards Groups 6-9 Group 6 – 70s Small bore – Norm Murdock – 1972 Ford Capri

Group 7 – 70s Big bore – Bill Elliott – 1970 Boss Mustang

Group 8 – Open Wheel – David Roberts – 1978 Lightning Indy Car

Group 9 – Can Am – Martin Lauber – 1966 Lola T70

Rallye Awards Best Time – Randy Martin

People’s Choice – Mackenzie Jabaley

Time Trials (People’s Choice & FTD)

People’s Choice: Brian Johnson – 1928 Bentley 4-1/2 liter AND Corky Coker – 1910 Nyberg

FTD – Fastest Time of Day: Norm Murdock – 1972 Ford Capri

Concours Awards Classes - 11-13 & PC & BOS Class 11

Best of Class - #78 – 1961 Porsche 356 Abarth Carrera – Robert Ingram – Durham, NC

Outstanding in Class - #67A – 1952 Porsche 356 Roadster – Robert Ingram – Durham, NC

Class 11A

Best of Class - #83 – 1971 Porsche 911 Lightweight– Bob Bailey – Sarasota, FL

Outstanding in Class - #85 – 1989 Porsche 930 Turbo – Hartmut Von Seelen – Greenwood, SC

Class 11B Best of Class - #88 – 1954 Siata 200CS – Walter Eisenstark – Bluffton, SC

Outstanding in Class - #89 – 1959 OSCA Prototype – Peter Boyle – Oil City, PA Class 12

Best of Class - #57 – 1965 Shelby GT 350 – Brent Galloway – Chesnee, SC

Outstanding in Class - #56 – 1965 Ford Mustang – Stacy Moore – Knoxville, TN Class 13 – RACER CLASS Best of Class - #9 – 1966 Lola T70 – Willis Woerheide – Hilton Head, SC

Outstanding in Class - #28 – 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport – The Revs Institute, Naples, FL

Hagerty Youth Awards 3rd Place - #81 – 1968 Porsche 912(built as 911) – Neil Bedwell – Atlanta, GA 2nd Place - #86 – 1992 Porsche 911 Turbo – Ray Shaffer – Atlanta, GA 1st Place - #105 – 2019 Ford GT – Bob Ida – Morganville, NJ

OVERALL CONCOURS

People’s Choice - #67C – 1961 Porsche 356 Outlaw – Jerry Peters – Braselton, GA

Timeless Elegance - #21 – 1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS Roadster – Peter Boyle – Oil City, PA

Best of Show - #15 – 1928 Auburn 8-115 – Al & Barbara Mason – Purcellville, VA ***


Weekly Road Construction Report

BlueCross Partners With Read 20 For Children’s Literacy Event At Northside Neighborhood House

Black Friday Name Your Price Day At McKamey Animal Center


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BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee will partner with Read 20 for a children’s literacy event at Northside Neighborhood House in downtown Chattanooga on Monday. Read 20 promotes childhood literacy ... (click for more)

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Happenings

Weekly Road Construction Report

Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: I-75 at I-24 Interchange Reconstruction: Phase 1 traffic shifts have been implemented. Traffic should expect multiple lane shifts when traveling through the interchange. Lane closures will occur Sunday nights through Thursdays night between 9 p.m.-6 a.m. at the following locations: I-75 NB at state line, I-75 NB ... (click for more)

BlueCross Partners With Read 20 For Children’s Literacy Event At Northside Neighborhood House

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee will partner with Read 20 for a children’s literacy event at Northside Neighborhood House in downtown Chattanooga on Monday. Read 20 promotes childhood literacy by encouraging adults to read with children for 20 minutes each day. Dakasha Winton, BlueCross senior vice president of government affairs, will read a book to the children and gift ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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CARTA Planning Free Rides For Veterans; Lively Says Veterans "Not Expecting All This"

CARTA is planning to begin providing free rides to veterans on its entire transit fleet. Lisa Maragnano, executive director, said, "I think we should be doing more for our veterans. "They put their lives on the line for us so it's the right thing to do. They deserve it." She said the goal is to have the new policy go into effect Jan. 2. Ms. Maragnano said some other ... (click for more)

Opinion

Be A Bright Spot During A Dark Time This Thanksgiving

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