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Brian Linn is a weekend race warrior. He’s figured out how to pull this off while having a job, and a family, outside of racing and do it with wins at an intense national level. Brian raced a 1972 MG Midget in both HP and FP at the 2016 SCCA Runoffs. Running in two classes, with one car, is no easy feat. That culminated in earning the Sunoco Hard Charger Award in FP and then the SCCA President’s Cup award for the best performance at the Runoffs. His father was a racer and Brian’s raced since his teens in cars including a Sprite, Spec Miata, Lotus 7, Honda CRX, and his MG Midget. Brian is also a talented artist who created digital paintings of automobiles and race cars in his spare time.

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SUCCESS QUOTES 

“Education is a life long process.”

“The more you know the more you know you don’t know.”

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

Learning to use defeat in racing to fuel future racing successes.

AH-HA MOMENTS

Being asked to create some race car graphics for the owner of MOMO when Brain was on 16.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A Bug Eye Sprite

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Don’t leave fasteners finger tight.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

SCCA

BOOK RECOMMENDATION

The Unfair Advantage by Mark Donahue and Paul Van Vaulkenburgh

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

It’s never too late to get out on the race track.

WHERE TO FIND BRIAN

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