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


Updated: July 24, 2020

The first race weekend of this very unusual season will be this coming July 25th-26th weekend. Unfortunately, due to the necessary restrictions that we are now all too familiar with, the number of entrants and crew has had to be limited and there will be no spectators allowed.  However, the weather forecast is good and everyone entered is looking forward to getting back into action after all this time.

Remember to keep checking the Schedule page (here) on the SCCBC web site for the current status of the remaining 2020 road racing season at Mission. Take care and we hope to see everybody at the track soon.

Posted: May 5, 2020

It is with regret that due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Club executive and the BCHMR Chairman have decided that there is no alternative but to cancel the BCHMR for 2020.  There are still far too many uncertainties and risks for the VRCBC to be able to make the early financial and other commitments that are required to organize this event. We are now putting all of our efforts and  concentration into the organizing of the 2021 BCHMR.

All of the VRCBC members would like to sincerely thank all of you who have loyally supported our event in the past and we look forward to being able to host you again in the very near future.

If the situation should improve enough later in the summer, it may (just) be possible to schedule a small scale event of some sort on those dates. We will keep you informed.


Updated: March 18, 2020

Unfortunately, our KartFest has to be postponed due to the current situation. We have tentatively re-scheduled it for Tuesday, October 20th at TBC. Hopefully, it will be possible to run it. Take care and stay tuned.

George Holt takes his ‘Big Healey’ (a 1959 Mk1) into a soggy Turn 5 ahead of Robin Liu (1976 Datsun 280Z) and Larry Sandham (1978 Mini Vauxhall). George is a real ‘Vintage traditionalist’ – he drove his Healey to the track, raced it and then drove it back home again – just like the good old days! – Brent Martin photo

Posted: October 17, 2019

The final race event of the CACC 2019 season at the Mission Raceway Road Course was the SCCBC’s Wet Leaf Classic over the October 13th-14th weekend. Well, they certainly picked an appropriate name this time! It was damp and windy.

The results are posted on the SCCBC Results web page (here). As always, a big thank you to Brent Martin for his photos (see below). You can see all of Brent’s motorsport photo albums on his web site (here).


The VRCBC’s version of ‘Brothers in Arms’ or should that be ‘Brothers in Porsches’? Steve Gunner (#945) and Nick Gunner (#944) surf their Porsche 944’s down the main straight at the Mission Raceway Road Course. – Brent Martin photo

Posted: October 13, 2019

Somebody should make a movie at Mission about racing in the rain!  😉

The SCCBC should have renamed their September 14-15 race weekend ‘September Drizzle‘ instead of ‘September Sizzle‘! It was wet! The VRCBC Vintage REVS races were held on the Sunday as usual. The results are posted on the SCCBC web site (here) and Brent Martin has provided some photos of the soggy action below. You can see all of Brent’s great motorsport photos on his web site (here).