An Absolutely Perfect Weekend
I got out on the course for the first practice and started hot-dogging through the corners out among the trees through the park-like setting until I came to the obvious curving straightaway where I really stood on the gas. (read more)
1924 Racing Car Classification
Reliability, endurance, economy and other touring contest may be run under price classification. Speed events on the beach, road, hill, speedway or track cannot be held under price classification. (read more)
Streeter B. Flynn - Margaret England Award
1970 PCGP The Rarest Dash Plaque
In any event, the MIDIV meeting ended wlth the July 4 date asslgned to Oklahoma Region with the understanding that in the event that the Oklahoma Region dld not have a sultable site for the July 4 race, the date could be given to the St. Louis Region with a reasonable time remaining for them to organize a race for that date. (read more)
The First Octoberfest - 1970
1970 Schlitz Cup Series
Harry M. Handley, SCCA director of solo events said here, "This is a tremendous break through for thousands of auto sports people who can benefit from a national program of support and promotion. And the extent of Schlitz' support in sheer numbers must be unprecedented in American auto sports. It includes 2,790 awards, 10,000 plaques and emblems, 10,000 copies of the rules, 900 pylons,and 30,000 feet of pennants. In addition, an advertising and poster program will support the Schlitz Cup Series." (read more)
The World's Richest old Car Race
1983 Great American Race
Wednesday morning, June 25, we had the responsibility for starting the racers off on the Oklahoma City - Kansas City leg and we took care of that chore in short order. There were a lot of press people around and our region got pretty good coverage as a result. As I said in the beginning, I was and still am uniformed as to many of the details of our part in the Great American Race but from what I could see and from talking to many of the contestants and officials, our Oklahoma Region did a first rate job all around, and we hopefully will get the race through here next year. (read more)
Tire Kickin' The Supercharged "A"
The supercharger is the treat we came for though, so let's take a look: - first you are impressed with the silence of its operation. It was unnoticeable above the normal clatter of MG valves. Engaging first and giving power, immediately red lined the tach - surprise ! I figured this was too hot for a VW man, so I gave the controls to BilI and copied down the statistics as Bill skiilfully sped through the gears on our secret (between Broadway and Walker on Main Sireet - Editor) stretch of road. (read more)
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