Vintage Tag

[caption id="attachment_7291" align="aligncenter" width="480"] 'The π Man' (aka Pierce Isaacs) leads Tim Pickstone. - Jim Moody photo[/caption]

Several of the VRCBC's racers attended SOVREN's Pacific Northwest Historics event at Pacific Raceways over the July long weekend. Thanks to Jim Moody, we have some photos of 'our heroes' taking maximum advantage of some additional on-track warm up time before the BC Historic Motor Races that will be held over the August 4th-5th weekend at Mission Raceway Park Road Course. You can find more info on the BCHMR here and you can check out Jim's photos below. (Thanks Jim.)

[caption id="attachment_6873" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Some of the grid gets set for the first Session on Saturday- VRCBC photo"][/caption] Updated: May 29, 2012 The weather was perfect for the Sports Car Club of BC (SCCBC)  'Mother's Day Special' Race Weekend on May 12th and 13th.  The VRCBC racers did their part to honour all mothers with their special 'Double - Double' - holding two races on each of the Saturday and Sunday. Not all of the cars (or drivers!) managed to complete both days, but there was some excellent battles throughout the field in all four events. The results are posted on the SCCBC web site (here - click on 'Race Results') or they can be viewed directly here. Photo Updates: A big thank you to these photographers for making their photos available to us.

Brent Martin has posted his photos here. He has also posted them to autocourse, the well-known, eastern Canadian motorsports website. (Just click here and look for the VRCBC logo.) You can check out all of Brent's photo albums at his web site: http://www.martinsactionphotography.smugmug.com/

Gerry Frechette has posted photos of all of the Mother's Day Weekend activities on his web site (here). Click here for his Vintage photos. Paul Bonner's photos of the Vintage races are now included in the gallery below. See the Links page (here) to contact Paul.

[caption id="attachment_7154" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Mark Brown and his Lotus Seven - Paul Bonner photo"][/caption] Have you ever wanted to be a an old-time riding mechanic, looking both forwards and backwards while your driver threw the racing car around the bends and pounded down the straights? Well, here is...