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USRRC Announces Board Rembers

11 December 1997

For Immediate Release

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.  The United States Road Racing Championship Board
of Directors has been assembled to provide governance for the newly-created
Can-Am and GT series.

The Board  comprised of competitors, promoters, SCCA
representatives and an at-large individual  will promote the philosophical
direction of the USRRC, as well as direct all event operations and USRRC

"The group we've assembled has diverse backgrounds, but each member
holds a common vision for North American road racing," said Board member
Robert R. Dyson. "Each member strives for a unified road racing community,
and believes the USRRC and its Can-Am and GT series to be the most suitable
vehicle for this process."

The United States Road Racing Championship Governing Board is
comprised of John R. Saunders, Kevin Doran, Robert R. Dyson, Nicholas W.
Craw, Carl Haas, Robert Snodgrass and a promoter to be named later.

John R. Saunders (Promoter)  President and Chief Operating Officer,
Watkins Glen International Inc. John R. Saunders was named general manager
of WGI after being acquired by Corning Inc. and International Speedway
Corporation in July 1983. He was named president in December 1983, and was
elected to the WGI Board of Directors in 1985. Saunders also is a director
of Americrown Corp. and a member of the executive staff of the
International Speedway Corp..

Kevin Doran (Competitor)  President, Doran Enterprises. Kevin Doran's
first professional motorsports experience came with Al Holbert from
1984-1988. After working with various teams from 1989-1992, Doran started
his own team, and has worked with Gianpiero Moretti since 1993. Doran was
part of three-consecutive IMSA GTP Championships from 1985-1987, and earned
IMSA WSC Technician-of-the-Year honors in 1993 and 1994.

Robert R. Dyson (Competitor)  Chairman and CEO, The Dyson-Kissner-Moran
Corp. Robert R. Dyson is both an accomplished driver and team owner. With
more than 60 IMSA and PSCR starts to his credit since 1981, Dyson has won
three races, including the 1997 Rolex 24 at Daytona. His team, Dyson
Racing, earned both the 1997 PSCR Drivers' (Butch Leitzinger) and Team
Championships. Dyson also serves on the Cornell University Board of

Nicholas W. Craw (SCCA)  President of SCCA, Inc. Nicholas W. Craw has
served as President of SCCA, Inc. since 1983, and has seen the
organization's membership grow by well over 100 percent over his tenure.
Prior to joining the SCCA staff, Craw's experience included stints as
Director of the Peace Corps, Associate Director of Action/Vista and
Director of Operations and Logistics for Project Hope.

Carl Haas (SCCA)  Chairman, SCCA Pro Racing, Ltd. Board of Directors. One
of the most successful men in racing, Haas' teams have won 11 championships
over the past two decades. A principle in Newman-Haas Racing (CART) and
Kranefuss/Haas Racing (NASCAR), Haas has also fielded teams in the SCCA
Formula 5000, Super Vee and Can-Am series, and was the lone American
entrant in Formula One in 1985-1986. Haas also serves on the board of
Championship Auto Racing Teams, is the race organizer of The Milwaukee Mile
and the Houston Grand Prix and is a member of the Road America Board of

Robert Snodgrass (At Large)  President and CEO, Brumos Motor Cars Inc.
Since attending his first race at Watkins Glen in 1948, Robert Snodgrass
has held motorsports high on his list of passions in life. Snodgrass has
built an automotive empire with one of the largest Porsche and Mercedes
dealerships in the United States. As the head of the Brumos racing program,
Snodgrass' cars have won numerous IMSA and SCCA Pro Racing championships in
the 1970s, 80s and 90s.