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[caption id="attachment_15710" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Frank Micucci of Driver's Edge Autosport draws the winning name and the winner 'Rocket Ralphie' Zbarsky shows off the goodies he chose from Frank's wide selection of motorsport products.[/caption] Updated: December 18, 2020 Last month the Club distributed an online questionnaire to a...

[caption id="attachment_15404" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Well known Mission Raceway Park 'track groupie' Keith Robinson completes his final check on the Green Flag before the first CACC/SCCBC race weekend of the 2020 season. His report? - It works perfectly! - Brent Martin photo[/caption]   Updated: July 24, 2020 The first...

[caption id="attachment_14102" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Two of our tireless international correspondents, Ann Peters and Roger Salomon, prepare for another arduous assignment; this time in the wild streets of Monaco.[/caption] Posted: July 23, 2018

The VRCBC has always had a dedicated group of photo-journalists who never stop globe-trotting in order to provide us with the latest news from the world of Vintage motorsport.

Our most recent report has just been submitted by Ann Peters and Roger Salomon, who generously volunteered to attend both the Monaco Grand Prix Historique and the Villa d'Este 2018, so that the other VRCBC members wouldn't have to!

Thanks Ann and Roger; we are looking forward to your next assignment. [caption id="attachment_14107" align="aligncenter" width="450"] VRCBC correspondents always travel in style! This is the view from Ann and Roger's villa with one of their yachts at the dock in the background ........ or maybe not! 😉[/caption] Even motoring correspondents have to include a few 'touristy' photos.

[caption id="attachment_13273" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Tempting! Pierce Isaacs ponders racing the 1958 Sadler-Chevrolet Mk3 built by legendary Canadian racing car builder and fellow VRCBC member, Bill Sadler. - Al Reid photo[/caption] October 4, 2017

VRCBC members are always travelling the world of motorsports and sending back reports for our web site. Our most recent reporters were Al Reid and Pierce Isaacs, who took part in an excursion to England in September, culminating in a visit to the great Goodwood Revival Meeting. They were ably supported by Steve Jones, a retired Lotus Seven Vintage racer from Calgary.

During this trip they visited: the Morgan Motor Company factory, the Cotswold Motoring Museum, the new Jaguar factory where the F-Type is made, the British Motor Museum, Desmond J, Smail Limited (Aston Martin specialists), the Aston Martin Works, the Williams F1 Museum, the National Motor Museum and of course, the Goodwood Revival weekend.

That was a lot to do and see in only eight days but our intrepid correspondents came through heroically, selecting the following photos (from hundreds) to illustrate their adventure for us.