Non-VRCBC News & Events

[caption id="attachment_9558" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Vintage Drift for February 2014 - cover image courtesy of Martin Rudow and SOVREN; photo by Marshall Autry[/caption] Posted: February 18, 2014 The latest issue of Vintage Drift, SOVREN's excellent quarterly magazine has just been released. Included in the articles - with many...

[caption id="attachment_8755" align="aligncenter" width="450"]Ken Butler clips the apex in his 1970 Perf-Fab Formula Vee - Brent Martin photo Ken Butler clips the apex in his 1970 Perf-Fab Formula Vee - Brent Martin photo[/caption]

SOVREN, our Vintage racing partners from across the border, held their big annual Pacific Northwest Historics event at Seattle International Raceway over the July 5th-7th long weekend. A number of VRCBC members took part and thanks to Brent Martin, Jim Moody and Jock Hobson we have photos of some of them - and others - in action. See below.

Update - July 12, 2013: Jock Hobson's photos added below. Visit the VRCBC Facebook page  (here) to find links to more photos by Marshall Autry and also two in-race videos from inside Paul Kuckein's Z-28, and one from Gunter Pichler's XKE.

Be sure to check out all (over 370) of Brent's photos of the PNW Historics on his web site (here).

[caption id="attachment_8691" align="aligncenter" width="450"]Tom Johnston and his Reynard Formula Atlantic - VRCBC photo Tom Johnston and his Reynard Formula Atlantic racing car - VRCBC photo[/caption] Posted: July 10, 2013 Our good friends from the Greater Vancouver Motorsports Pioneers Society (GVMPS) held a car show at Shipbuilders' Square on the North Vancouver waterfront on Sunday, July 7th. There were lots of great machines on display but - although we might be biased - we think the stars of the show were the two 'Open Wheelers' of the VRCBC's very own; BCHMR Chairman Tom Johnston and Vice President Dennis Repel. [caption id="attachment_8695" align="aligncenter" width="450"]Dennis Repel's 'Open Wheeler' - VRCBC photo Dennis Repel's 'Open Wheeler' - VRCBC photo[/caption] Check out some more photos below.