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[caption id="attachment_14328" align="aligncenter" width="450"] And they're off!  Variety is the spice of VRCBC REVS Vintage racing! - Brent Martin photo[/caption] Posted: October 16, 2018

The 'road racing gods' must have felt guilty for the miserable rain storm throughout the September race weekend because they delivered beautifully warm, sunny weather for the SCCBC's final event of the season on October 13th-14th. As usual, our Vintage REVS races were on the Sunday.

The full results for the weekend-including Vintage-are available on the SCCBC web site (here). Brent Martin has again provided us with a sample of his always excellent action photos (see below). For many more of Brent's shots of this weekend and many other motorsport events, check out his web site (here). Thanks Brent.

See you at the track next year!

[caption id="attachment_13698" align="aligncenter" width="450"] 'Turn up the volume!' Here's a view we don't often see. Dennis Repel ('74 Chevrolet Camaro) leads Ian Thomas ('70 BMW 2002), Peter Valkenburg ('69 Porsche 911) and Steven Allaire ('92 Porsche Carrera Cup ) into Mission's Turn 4 during one of the day's great Vintage battles. - Brent Martin photo[/caption] Updated: April 30, 2018

The April 21st-22nd weekend was a very busy one for the VRCBC. Some members were 'working' our display at the BC Classic & Custom Car Show in Abbotsford, while everybody else was 'playing' at the race track!

The 2018 race season at Mission Raceway Park Road Course began under sunny skies with the first Sports Car Club of BC (SCCBC) event, sanctioned by the CACC. As usual, our Vintage REVS series races were held on the Sunday. The Vintage results are available here; the complete results for the weekend are available on the SCCBC web site (here).

And now that spring has finally arrived, it's time to get that grass cut, as VRCBC Vice President Paul Haym so ably demonstrated with his highly efficient Datsun 510 'mower' in Turn 5! [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="13724,13723"] More of Brent Martin's photos of the Vintage action are shown below. (Thanks Brent.) The rest of Brent's photos of the whole weekend of racing are now posted on his website (here).

[caption id="attachment_13347" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Vintage means Variety! Phil Pidcock (1965 Triumph Spitfire), Roger van der Marel (1985 Mazda RX-7), Trevor Sandham (1975 Austin Mini Cooper), Larry Sandham (1985 Mini Vauxhall), Leigh Anderson (1967 BMW 1600), Gunter Pichler (1964 Jaguar XKE)(hidden), and John Elliott (1969 MGB) charge out of Turn 1 at Mission. - Brent Martin photo[/caption] Updated: October 17, 2017

The SCCBC's final event for 2017 was held over the October 14-15 weekend and our Vintage racers hit the track on the Sunday as usual. The weather was perfect for a good grid of Vintage cars plus one special guest, Larry Sandham in his Mini Vauxhall. The Vintage results are available under the Results menu (here). The full results for the weekend are available on the SCCBC web site (here).

Enjoy some of Brent Martin's photos of the Vintage action below. Then go to his web site (here) and check out all of his photos for this weekend and the rest of the 2017 and previous seasons. Thanks Brent!

See you at the track in 2018!

[caption id="attachment_13062" align="aligncenter" width="450"] And they're off! Heading into Turn 1 after getting the green flag; Dennis Repel (Camaro), Ian Thomas (BMW 2002), Karlo Flores (Bugeye Sprite), Mark Westlake and Peter Valkenburg in their Porsche 911s, Paul Haym (BMW 2002) and the rest of the pack. - Brent Martin photo[/caption]

Updated: July 18, 2017

The fourth road racing event of the season at the Mission Raceway Park Road Course - The Mission Hospice Charity Weekend - was held over the July 15-16 weekend. The VRCBC's own Vintage racers took it to the track on the Sunday!

The complete results for the weekend are available on the SCCBC web site (here) and our own results are also posted on this web site under the Race Results menu (here). As usual, Brent Martin has provided us with a sample of his photos of the Vintage racing - see below. (Thanks Brent.) The rest of his photos of all of the weekend's action, including Vintage, will be on his web site (here) within a few days. Be sure to check them out. Of course, our next Vintage racing will be the BC Historic Motor Races on August 19th and 20th, with an open practice day on Friday the 18th. Visit the BCHMR web site (here) regularly for the latest news.