paired up in Crist’s JP E36 M3 to win the enduro; then each drove that car to a class victory in the weekend’s two sprint races. Both drivers were also entered in the much bigger race (53 entrants) at Mid-Ohio, where Lifson was to drive his own IP E36 M3. That race ran after press time for this report, so that story will have to wait until our next issue. The same goes for last month’s CR event at NJMP, which at last report listed some thirty entries but only one Tarheel – Dennis Pippy in M3T. Local drivers were similarly absent from the NASA scene, partly because the Mid-Atlantic Region did not hold an event in May. The Southeast Region did run a race at CMP April 30-May 1, but that event saw only two of our homegrown racers take part. Jason Tower mixed it up in a 19car Spec E30 fi eld, fi nishing in mid-pack in both sprints; and William Goldfarb posted two victories in GTS4, including one fi nish in second place overall. Joyner’s EST. 1993 An Independent BMW Specialist * Early and late model BMW’s (Call for motorcycle maintenance) * Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or BMW Original parts * Many years of experience exclusively with BMW repairs, maintenance, and modifi - cations and race prep (Club events) * Latest Diagnostic Equipment Chris Joyner, Owner/Technician 76 South Market Street Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 253-6000 firstname.lastname@example.org Hours: 10:00 – 6:00 Monday through Friday The Triangle’s Choice For Auto Body Locally Owned Family Operated Community Focused Serving The Triangle For 30 Years Kenny Hawkins Automotive 605 Germantown Road Raleigh, NC 27607 (919) 851-0242 Buy, Sell, or Consign your car with friendly local professionals. We have been helping Club members since 1989 with Fine Cars, Fun Cars, and Fast Cars! Holland Hale Chip Stabler 2511 Guess Road, Durham, NC 27705 phone: 919-416-9400 fax: 919-416-9122 www.atlanticautoexchange.com 8 TARHEEL CHAPTER FOOTNOTES http://www.tarheelbmwcca.org
30th Annual Korman Autoworks Open House Korman Autoworks hosted its 30th Annual Open House on Saturday, March 19 in Greensboro. The sunny day was a boon for Club members eager to display and discuss old and new BMWs shined up and lined up outside. Bosch and Michelin sponsors were on-hand to review products and technology available for Korman customers. In celebration of the long tradition of Korman Open Houses, Ray Korman reviewed a slideshow of his BMW racing history before guests were treated to a Bavarian-style cookout complete with bratwurst, knackwurst and traditional German potato salad. More than 100 Club members participated in the door-prize giveaways, fun, and festivities at Korman. Congratulations to Ray Korman and his staff on their continued success as a premier BMW performance and service center over the last 30 years!