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Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus will enter the N24 with two SCG003s, and will also give away six pairs of VIP race tickets to support The Possibility Project, a non-profit that empowers teenagers in New York City. Here's your chance to be there when they make history.


The party starts at the Nürburgring on the 14th of May this year, and by the 17th, we will know what Jim Glickenhaus' amazing road/racecar can do around the 15.5 mile long combination of Nordschleife and the Grand Prix Circuit.

His car will be driven by Manuel Lauck, Marino Franchitti and David Jahn, while the first customer car, the yellow #002 seen here purchased by Christopher Ruud will be pushed to its limits by Ken Dobson, Jeff Westphal, Thomas Mutsch and Frank Mailleux.

Illustration for article titled You Can Go To The Nürburgring 24 With Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus

To enter SCG's silent auction, just follow these simple steps:

A. Pick a race!

Race 1: VLN1, 3/28/15. Bid deadline is Sunday, March 16, 8:00pm Eastern.

Race 2: Six-hour qualifying race for 24 hours, 4/25/15. Bid deadline is Saturday, March16, 8:00 pm Eastern.

Race 3: 24 Hours of Nurburgring 5/15/15 to 5/18/15. (The 24 starts May 17, but the winners can come the 15th for pre-race set up). Bid deadline is Saturday, March 16, 8:00 pm Eastern.

B. Email your bid!

To Specify with race name/date, use the subject line "BID".

Include your bid in $US dollars. In case you have any questions, email Jesse with subject line "Question."


Happy bidding, and remember, this one is for the kids!

Since SCG only has six pairs of tickets to give away and the Nürburgring might be too far for some of you anyway, Waft Publishing just put together a limited-edition 'black box' titled Inside SCG003 with the full story on how Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus was born to create a sports car from scratch that can compete with the big guys. You also get a bunch of rare images, but the second part of the material only goes to print after the race.


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