Keyvan Andres Joins K-Hill Motorsports for Atlantic Season

Keyvan Andres Abbottstown, PA, – Keyvan Andres is joining the K-Hill Motorsports team and adding even more speed and competition to the field this year in the 2015 Atlantic Championship Series.

Keyvan Andres is 15 years old and hails from Germany, currently based out of Naples, Florida in the United States. 

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Bob Corliss Putting in the Work

Bob Corliss No. 17 Swift 014/ToyotaJust starting his second year in the Atlantic Championship Series is the No. 17 Comprent Motorsports driver Bob Corliss. CEO for a luxury clothing retailer as well as a prominent force on the track; Corliss made his 2015 debut at the first race of the season at Road Atlanta just a few weeks ago and made an impressive push for the podium, finishing second in the Atlantic Challenge category.

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The Winners Circle Report from Road Atlanta

Atlantic race one podiumThe Atlantic Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Click here for race 1 interviews, and click here for race 2 interviews.

Kearby Wins Over Grant

No. 56 Conner KearbyBraselton, GA – Conner Kearby scored his first Atlantic Championship Series victory in the No. 56 K-Hill Motorsports Swift 016/Mazda. Kearby trailed Saturday winner Keith Grant for the duration of the race before getting by the Polestar driver with two laps to go. Gaston Kearby finished in third for K-Hill.

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Grant Gets the Win at Road Atlanta

No. 40 Keith GrantBraselton, GA - After getting the pole position in qualifying, Polestar Racing Group driver Keith Grant took an early lead in Saturdays race as he gained over a second on the competition within just the first five laps. The No. 40 Swift 016/Mazda proved well for Polestar as Grant took the win in the opening Atlantic Championship Series race at Road Atlanta, with Conner Kearby and Richard Zober completing the podium.

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Grant Takes Pole at Road Atlanta

No. 40 Keith Grant Braselton, GA – Polestar Racing Group driver Keith Grant will have the pole position for the first race of the 2015 Atlantic Championship Series at Road Atlanta. Grant had the fast time of 1:17.691. K-Hill’s Conner Kearby was just two tenths of a second behind Grant and then Comprent driver Richard Zober was third fastest for qualifications with a time of 1:19.080.  Click here for full results.

 

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