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Ray Anton started as a "gofer" for John Fuller’s Viper Racing. He began autocrossing with Corvettes Limited of Connecticut (CLOC) in 1971 during his medical residency. By 1972, Anton was autocrossing with Bonnet and Boot Sports Club, Yankee Sports Car Club, as well as CLOC. He was the 1972 Class A Autocross Champion.

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In 1974, Ray Anton was S.C.C.A. Castrol National Rookie of the Year
(all classes of sports car racing in U.S.)

Between 1972 and 1975, Anton won the following awards:

  • 1972 Connecticut Class A Men’s Champion. With 25 events, he picked up 22 1st, two 2nd, and one 3rd place awards.
  • 1972 Champion, Connecticut High Speed Time Trials
  • 1973 Champion, B/Production S.C.C.A. New England Region
  • 1974 Champion, B/Production S.C.C.A. New England Region
  • 1974 Champion, North Atlantic Road Race Championship
  • 1974 Champion, B/Production North East Division S.C.C.A.
  • 1974 Seventh Place, S.C.C.A. National Championship
  • 1975 Fifth Place, F.I.A. Six-Hour Watkins Glen World Sports Car Championship
  • 1975 Second Place, B/Production S.C.A.A. National Championship

From 1974- 1977, Anton also served as Medical Director of S.C.C.A. for the eastern half of the United States. He left racing in 1975 to start a family.


blower_5000_flip.jpg (11472 bytes) Ray Anton will be staying behind the wheel of another high-performance vehicle.   This is the newly acquired Sicard-5000 self-powered snow remover which features dual Caterpillar diesel engines, dual auger design and a 30-inch chute.  This creature can remove up to 1800 tons of snow per hour.

Ray Anton also has a very long driveway.  

 


 

 

 

 
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