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[caption id="attachment_16077" align="aligncenter" width="800"] And the ground shook! VRCBC racing legend (and current director) Alan Donaldson reliving former glories, leading the thundering pack into the first turn. - Brent Martin photo[/caption] Posted: September 21, 2021 Wire wheels and wood rimmed steering wheels were the style over the CACC September 18th - 19th race weekend at the Road Course at Mission Raceway Park. The SCCBC was honouring its most senior member, Paul Lautard who was celebrating his 99th year! Paul used to race an MG TC many years ago, so some local MG enthusiasts brought out their classics to put on display in the Paddock and to also do some parade laps. The MG TCs. TDs and TFs are generally credited with leading the rapid growth of sports cars in post war North America. They might look pretty antiquated to modern eyes but they were a lot of fun 'back in the day' and they still are! Thanks as always to Brent Martin for the great photos (below).

[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.