Huber Automotive Racing


Huber Automotive races in the SVRA Vintage Racing Series. The team is owned and operated by David Huber who is also the driver. 
David Huber

 
A life long auto enthusiast, David Huber is the owner of and driver for Huber Automotive Racing. He acquired his racing license in 2010 and has been competing ever since. His favorite event is the Vintage Grand Prix in Watkins Glen which also happens to be his favorite track to race on. While the 280ZX is his primary car, he still enjoys sliding through the corners in the nimble 510.

The Race Cars
 
Originally driven by R.D. Smith during the 80's IMSA GT Series, the 280ZX has been a part of the Huber Family for decades. With Huber Datsun hand painted across the front air dam, the 1979 coupe competed at The Ford Dealers 500, Road Atlanta, Road America, Mid-Ohio Sports-car Course, and many more. In the Mid-to Late 80's, the car was retired and move to storage. There it sat for nearly two decades. 2010 came and David Huber, now owner of the newly independent Huber Automotive, purchased and restored the weathered race car. It took three years to get the 280 back into racing form. Today, you can see the car competing in the SVRA Vintage Racing Series at tracks across eastern United States, still sporting its original black, orange, and yellow livery with Huber Datsun across the front air dam! 

Specifications

Motor: 2.9L I-6
Horsepower: 350 @6900rpm
Torque: 286 @6000rpm
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Driveline: Rear-Wheel Drive
Weight: 2400 lbs


The 510 was the first true race car to compete for Huber Automotive Racing. This 1969 Datsun is dressed in the classic BRE livery replicating the championship winning No. 46 car that was driven by John Morton. The 510 race-car was known for it's exceptional handling and to this day that remains its strength. The 510 competes in the SVRA Vintage Series on tracks including Mid-Ohio Sportscar Course, Watkins Glen International, VIR, Sebring International Raceway, and COTA.  






Specifications

Motor: 1.8L I-4
Horsepower: 160
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Driveline: Rear-Wheel Drive
Weight: 1800 lbs
Click HERE to view our 2019 Mid-Ohio Vintage GP Results!

Click HERE to view our 2019 Watkins Glen Vintage GP Results!

Race Gallery

Enjoy a few photos of the cars in action!