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Eight Days straight in 2015 Dodge 392 Challenger R/T Shaker ScatPack

Brock Yates’ One Lap of America is, without a doubt, the toughest open road event in the United States. Void of fancy hotels, lifestyle journalists and swanky “look-at-me” types, One Lap is the last bastion of competition for the world’s most die-hard petrol-heads looking for an adventure. We’re talking about 11 racetracks in eight days; over 3,500 miles of transit legs; breakdowns and roadside food that’s been known to make the human body do things science still can’t comprehend. It’s not for the weak, timid or those with thimble size…

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The Checkered Flag Waves At The 2015 One Lap of America

For one week, the AutoNation team traveled the countryside as competitors in the 2015 One Lap of America race. Armed with a striking Sublime Green 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack Shaker and a gray 2015 Dodge Durango R/T support vehicle — affectionately named George and Ron Burgundy —  we drove over 3,000 miles through Middle America to flog the big 485 horsepower coupe on some of the area’s most infamous race tracks. With competition starting at the Tire Rack’s skidpad in South Bend, Indiana, we then traveled west to Raceway…

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AutoNation Drives Road and Track in One Lap of America

One Lap of America is a racing event sponsored in part by AutoNation and started by famed automotive journalist Brock Yates. Covering 3,245 miles over the course of seven days, the race requires a team of drivers to pilot their car across multiple state lines in order to compete in scored racing competitions at closed courses scattered about the country. Speeding on public roadways is not necessary – and is strongly discouraged – for each team to get to each racing event, as organizers have allotted more than enough time…

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