Here’s the official Schedule for Sunday, October 27
‘Small Bore”cars (Sign up required)
“Big Bore” cars (Sign up required)
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship – Medium displacement sports cars 1973-85 & Under 2500 cc displacement sedans 1973-85, Group 8
Historic GT/GTP Enduro 90 minute Race (Grps 5b, 6b, 7, 9, 10, 11) 2 pit stops
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship – Formula Juniors
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship- IMSA GTP, ALMS,WSC and Grand Am race cars 1973-2008, Group 11
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship – Open & closed wheel race cars built prior to 1940, Pre War Group
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship – “Big Bore” sports cars and sedans built prior to 1973, Group 6
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship- Sports racing cars over 2000 cc, WSC cars and Can-Am cars built After 1967, Group 7
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship- Sports cars & sedans 1973-2008, Group 10
U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship – Racing & GT cars 1960-1972, Group 5
About the event:
The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) is the oldest and largest of the vintage racing organizations in theUnited States. It was founded in 1981 by Ford Heacock III following the success of the Kendall Vintage Grand Prix first held in 1976 as part of the annual 12 Hours of Sebring endurance race. From that humble beginning, with an initial membership of approximately 25 drivers and supporters, SVRA has become a premier vintage racing organization with over 1,200 members.
SVRA races take on the aura of a rolling art show featuring classic MGs, Triumphs, BMWs, Allards, Jaguars, and Lotuses as well as well as contemporary Camaros, Audis, Porsches and Corvettes. SVRA’s competitors are men and women from variety of backgrounds including professional racers, mechanics, race instructors, doctors, lawyers, corporate and financial service executives. The organization adheres to a philosophy that encourages the restoration, preservation and racing of historically significant automobiles that are configured as closely as possible to theiroriginal design and construction.