The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) selects a specific automobile model to honor during their Race Week in July. This chosen car is called a "marque" and is featured on the Grand Prix's poster, billboards, t-shirts and race program - becoming the brand of the event for the entire year. The July 11-20, 2008 the Grand Prix will honor more than a single automobile model or manufacturer, by paying tribute to the … [Read more...]
Vintage Car Racing Coverage
From the Goodwood Revival in England to Monterey Reunion in California, we bring the very latest vintage racing action to life through photo and video galleries and results in a timely and interesting fashion.
Between the racing show, the club cars and the village, the Le Mans Classic goes to no end of trouble to offer its public three exciting days dedicated to automobile passion. Actually, the faithful public comes in bigger numbers for each meeting: 20,000 spectators in 2002 to 70,000 in 2006… How many in 2008? On forthcoming July 11, 12 & 13, the automobile world will be focused on the Le Mans long circuit. From … [Read more...]
This week's SVRA Vintage Races at Sebring will honor the 50th Anniversary of Elva sports racers and those who drove in the 1958 12 Hours of Sebring which included 'Doc' Wyllie, Chuck Dietrich, Burdette Martin, 'Rip' Ripley, Bill Milliken, Cameron Argentsinger, John Bentley and Frank Baptista all of whom entered Elva Mk.II and Mk.III sports racers in the 12-hour race. … [Read more...]
Here is a great Targa Florio videos found on YouTube. Nearly seven minutes of 8mm-filmed action at the 1969 Targa Florio– great pictures and scenes, but unfortunately without engine sounds. 1969 Targa Florio Video … [Read more...]
Sports Car Digest is going vintage racing. The desire to race began a long, long time ago when we were first exposed by an uncle, a very competitive SCCA Formula Continental and Atlantic driver. This exposure hit home, and it never left. While attending all forms of racing, from Formula 1 to CART and Trans-Am to Camel GT, the one constant was that we would race one day. Typical excuses followed, i.e. money, school, … [Read more...]