• May 5, 2007
The road to Hell is paved with good intentions and our own little slice of the seventh layer is being forced to sit on the sidelines as this year's One Lap of America begins... without us. Thankfully, Chris Paukert, our colleague from Winding Road, will be reporting back on the happenings of the 2007 event, so at least we can live vicariously through WR's site, here.

For the uninitiated, the One Lap of America began as a legitimate way of paying homage to the Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash that took place back in the 70s. Instead of making like Dom DeLuise and Burt Reynolds (or Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin, for that matter), One Lap participants are lead around the country to a variety of racetracks, where the two-person team (sometimes three) then tries to set the best lap in their class. Modifications are allowed, but the competitors have to run on the same set of tires during the entire event. That not only includes the track time, but the rally stages in between that can sometimes last up to 24 hours.

Winding Road has the full breakdown of what's allowed, vehicle classes, rules, regs and the rest here and be sure to follow One Lap's progress here and here. Brock Yates insists.

[Source: Winding Road, One Lap]


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      Why do we get so many reports about winding road?

      Those guys are morons. All they do is splat made-up concepts and ideas out onto the internet and claim to be a reputable source. They'll be washed out in a year or two when it becomes obvious that they've been making crap up all along.