Start Auction Week with the only west coast showing of “The Quest,” a special event to benefit the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation!
“The Quest" documents the efforts of a son to fulfill his late father's dream to reunite the first Corvette to win its class at Le Mans in 1960 with the world-famous driver (John Fitch & Bob Grossman) – who made it happen – 50 years after the flag dropped. Directed by Michael Brown, the film documents the arduous crusade of Chip Miller, co-founder of the collector car extravaganza Carlisle Events, to find, restore and reunite the first American car to win its class at Le Mans' grueling 24-hour race with its driver 50 years after the fact. Tragically, Chip Miller died in 2004 from amyloidosis, a disease for which there is no current cure. Chip’s son Lance picked up the torch to complete his father's vision. This film traces the story from discovery of the Corvette to the triumphant return of John Fitch and the Briggs Cunningham team Corvette to the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 2010. The film is a compelling tale of a son's love for his father and his passion to see a dream fulfilled.
Do not miss the exclusive opportunity to see "The Quest." All net proceeds benefit the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation and our fight against Amyloidosis.
NO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. Online ticketing will end on Friday, January 13 at noon.
NOTE: A Limited number of rooms are available exclusively for attendees of this event at the Arizona Biltmore (www.ArizonaBiltmore.com). Enter Group Code QUEST to receive the special rate of $99 for Saturday, January 14th and Sunday, January 15th only.