I am hastily starting work on a history-type feature article on the first failed Hawaiian Super Prix, more correctly known as the Super Gran Prix, which was intended as an IROC-style international invitational race with a $1 million winner-take-all purse for Shelby Can-Am cars around Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. The article will be published online on the 10th anniversary of the race's intended date of January 24, 1993.
13 drivers signed formal letters of intent:
Al Unser Jr.
Juan Fangio II
And 2 were consultants:
I am busy contacting some of the North/South American drivers for their input in this piece (along with others at the promotional/organizational level) but I'll need some help regarding the European ones. I assume I shouldn't even bother with Schumacher.
So if anyone has good e-mail contact info for the F1 veterans on that list, please e-mail me ASAP off-list.
Thanks in advance.
1993 Hawaiian Super Gran Prix
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