Posted: September 21, 2021 This past weekend saw the fourth CACC-sanctioned race meeting at the Mission Raceway Park Road Course for 2021. The organizing club, the SCCBC had its usual full schedule of practice, qualifying and racing sessions for Open Wheel and Closed Wheel classes on both Saturday and Sunday. The Vintage racers were out on the Sunday for our REVS series. The full results are available on the SCCBC website (here). Our thanks to Brent Martin for the photos in the above 'collage' and below. All of his excellent (as always) photos of the full weekend will soon be available on his website (here). Make sure to check them out and order at least one of yourself (or your favourite ‘hero’ driver) in action! The Vintage racers will be back on track during the CACC #5 race weekend on October 9th and 10th. See you at the track for this, the last event of the season!

[caption id="attachment_15990" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Vintage racers in action on Sunday, July 25th. Variety of cars is the spice of Vintage racing life! It was hot and not just the action on the track! - Brent Martin photos[/caption] Posted: July 27, 2021 This past weekend saw the second...

[caption id="attachment_15505" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Gunther Ruppel's 1960 Austin Healey 'Bugeye' Sprite leads the charge at the 'August Heats'! - Brent Martin photo[/caption] Posted: August 27, 2020 The SCCBC held their second CACC-sanctioned race weekend ('August Heats') of this very unusual season at the Mission Raceway Park road course on August 22nd - 23rd. Our regular Vintage racers were joined by several 'special guests' on the Sunday. There were some excellent battles and everyone had a lot of fun - which is what Vintage racing is really all about. The complete results for the weekend are posted on the SCCBC web site (here). And as always, thanks to Brent Martin for the photos (see below) of the action. Registration for the next (and last scheduled) SCCBC / CACC race weekend ('That's Fall Folks') is already open. Check the Schedule page on the SCCBC web site (here) for full information.