Calling All Petrolheads: This Hurley Haywood and Peter Gregg Kickstarter Needs You
Havard graduate and Naval air intelligence officer Peter Gregg was a hell of a shoe. Behind the wheel of a Porsche 911, he’d take countless IMSA and Trans Am championships, and founded the legendary Brumos Porsche racing team of the 1970s. He was a mentor to Hurley Haywood, then a college kid who’d grow up to become an eventual Le Mans winner and perhaps America’s greatest endurance racer. The pair were dominant on the track, inseparable off it—people called them Batman and Robin. In 1980, it all came tumbling down with Gregg’s suicide, and a storied chapter in American racing history came to an end, never properly told—until, maybe, now.