Here we go again… it’s time for one more rally in 2008. This time TEAM ANGRY will be partaking in the “Fireball Run Transcontinental Road Rally”, from Baton Rouge, LA to Grand Rapids, MI.
(September 25th - October 4th ) Fireball Run 2: Back to the Track, will have an 1980’s themed auto rally. 100 teams comprised of some of the most successful people on the planet embark on a 3500 mile 9 day transcontinental adventure of a lifetime. The 2008 event will start in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and will zigzag through the coolest parts of America to finish in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Fireball Run is a highly interactive live action “game” and America is the game board. The safe and sanctioned event also incorporates race track competition events.
This time around TEAM ANGRY is sporting some new faces and some new hardware. Coming to the table this time is Carmine “Mr. BOOM BOOM” Dell Aquila and John “Johnny Boy” Sigismondi driving a 478 rwhp Corvette Z06. This puppy is simply BADASS and has some pretty cool bells and whistles that we just can’t disclose to the public yet.
Then there is Christine and Marash Elezaj, the father and daughter powerhouse that simply can’t resist kicking automotive ass whenever humanly possible. They’ll be rolling in a 300 hp, 4WD BMW 335XI. You may in fact want to check out this months “Billboard Magazine” because Kristine is in there… she’s got a voice like an angel and a right foot like an anvil… seriously, this chick is no joke behind the wheel.
Last but not least we have yours truly, Mike Musto rolling with Mr. Todd Ford. Last rally we both had a bit of trouble with our rides. First our ‘69 Daytona shredded a front wheel and then Todd’s Ferrari F430 blew a transmission. But now where back and both rolling a COMPLETELY revamped ‘69 Daytona that we’ve overhauled since our debacle in Bullrun 2008. All in all this should be one hell of a run as TEAM ANGRY is once again going with a take no prisoners attitude. So, with that being said, I would stay tuned and check the site over the next two weeks because we’ve got 3500 more miles to cover and 60 other teams to give a beating too…