[singlepic id=309 w=320 h=240 float=left] The weather for today’s Thanksgiving Run was better suited for snorkels and flippers, but a bit of rain didn’t keep the diehard classic car owners at bay!
I think its safe to say that the on-track racing at the Goodwood Revival is some of the most intense historic racing you’re bound to see anywhere. Here’s at look at some videos from the event, including the Tourist Trophy coverage from ITV, and onboard with Tony Dron.
Defying all weather forecasts, a surprise clear and sunny morning greeted 50 cars at Park Royal Monday morning for the second annual Sea to Sky Thanksgiving Run. Story and Photos Inside…
Frantic flagmen, haybales for safety (kinda), and lots of excitement in this 8mm filmstrip from Northern Californian SCCA racing in 1965.
Morning rain didn’t discourage classic cars owners from gathering on Cleveland Avenue in Squamish for the annual Rumble to the Rock event.
One of the big local early-season events for classic car fans is the Vancouver All British Field Meet. This annual celebration of the British motorcar and motorbike is the largest of its kind in Western Canada, with more than 5,000 attendees and 600 vehicles displayed at the beautiful VanDusen Gardens on Saturday May 22. Hagerty Insurance will also be hosting a series of seminars called “Cars That Matter”.
As an organizer of the Spring Thaw, the days of planning, preparing, and participating merge together into one blur and my experience becomes very different from a participant’s. There are moments over the three days, however, that make me realize why I love classic cars and why its important for people to get out and drive them.