Silver Hare Racing Trans Am Race Report from Sebring

February 27, 2022

Silver Hare Racing Trans Am Race Report from Sebring

Date:  Feb. 27, 2022

Event:  Sebring SpeedTour (Round 1 of 12)

Series:  Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli

Division:  TA2

Location:  Sebring (Fla.) International Raceway

Layout:  17-turn, 3.74-mile road course

Format:  27 laps or 75 minutes

Weather:  Sunny, mid-80s

Race Winner:  Rafa Matos of Peterson Racing

Silver Hare Racing:        

?  Maurice Hull – Started 37th, Finished 27th (Running, completed 26/27 laps)

?  Connor Zilisch – Started 22nd, Finished 29th (Running, completed 26/27 laps)

Connor Zilisch, Driver No. 5 Silver Hare Racing/KHI Management Chevrolet Camaro:

“This weekend, we learned a lot. I think we’re going to be a lot better going into Charlotte in a few weeks. But, honestly, the car was fast the first four or five laps and then we just started having electrical issues. Overall, I think we’ve got a good car and that we’ll be good to go.”

Maurice Hull, Driver No. 57 Silver Hare Racing/Waukegan Farms Chevrolet Camaro:

“It was a clean race for me and I was in a lot of traffic a lot of the time. The spotters helped us avoid several wrecks that happened all around us – got through and didn’t hit anything. We had something with the engine. I don’t know what it was, exactly, but we were down on power. Otherwise, the car drove well – it just didn’t have the power we’re capable of making. But we’ll work on it as soon as we get back and get to the bottom of it by the next race at Charlotte.”

Next Up:           

The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli heads to the Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway Roval March 17-20. The event begins with two open test sessions on Thursday, March 17. Practice on the 2.28-mile, 17-turn road course begins Friday, March 18 followed by qualifying later in the day. The race runs on Saturday, March 19. Coverage will be livestreamed via and the SpeedTourTV page on YouTube.


About Silver Hare Racing:           

Silver Hare Racing is a fulltime competitor in the TA2 division of the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli. The multicar team has won the TA2 Masters class championship three times (2018, 2019 and 2020) with driver and team co-owner Maurice Hull. Under the leadership of Hull’s wife, co-owner and team manager Laura Hull, and general manager Michael Self, Silver Hare Racing provides a variety of services that includes private testing and arrive-and-drive programs. The team offers six, professionally built and maintained TA2 chassis from Howe Racing and operates from a state-of-the-art facility in High Point, North Carolina. For more information, please visit



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