Nine-Eleven Enterprises, Inc.
Denver Club Race 7/18/99
We were unable to attend the Club Race in Denver, however, our customers continued to make a good showing. Jeff Hammill finished 2nd in GT4R, while Brian Barr finished 4th. Both were within a minute of the winner, Greg Curtiss.
Hallett Club Race 5/19/99
Turn 2 Sequence
What are you pointing at, Jeff?
Nine-Eleven Sweeps Class 4R
Maverick Region-Porsche Club of America hosted the Memorial Weekend Club Race at Hallett, OK on May 27-29, 1999. Nine-Eleven Enterprises was well represented with customers' cars in Classes E, F and 4R. Fred Seipp and Lee Wilkins finished 2nd in Classes F and E, respectively, while Jeff Hammill and Brian Barr finished 1st and 2nd in Class 4R, after changing positions numerous times. This was one of the most competitive races we have seen in a long time. Jeff was grided in 7th position at the start, with Brian in the 11th spot. Jeff's advantage lasted until Turn 1, where he got held up by an accident on his side of the track. Brian was in clear traffic and put 5 cars between him and Jeff before Turn 2. Jeff played catch-up for several laps before finally catching Brian. From there till the end of the race, the lead changed almost every lap. Jeff owned Turn 2 (The Stop Sign), while Brian found several places where he could pass. Jeff admitted that he was "sideways, a lot!"
Brian Barr's GT4R 911
Another very competitive driver in the Club Racing Series is Brian Barr. This beautiful '66 911 is one of the most finely detailed race cars you will find, and it goes as well as it looks. Click HERE to see more!
Fred Seipp has been very successful at both the local PCA level and in PCA Club Racing at tracks across the country. Pictured above (left to right) are Lee Wilkins (another Nine-Eleven customer and fellow Club Racer), Fred, and his brother Win at Road America. In addition to Club Racing, Fred is trying his luck at shifter karts.
Annual Mercedes-Benz Club Tech Session
November 21, 1998
For the past few years, we have hosted a Do-It-Yourself Tech Session for the North Texas Section of the Mercedes Club. This gives us a chance to show off our facility and provide coffee, muffins, expertise, parts, and tools to all those in attendance. This event is usually attended by 20-30 members, and the only limit on the type of repair is that is must be completed in 4 hours or less. Occasionally, the task proves to be a little too ambitious, and we get to complete it on the following Monday! Usually held in November, we would like to invite you to attend. Just give us a call, and we will give you the name and number of the Club contact.
Other Nice Cars!