Stop by the VARAC booth and the display area to learn more about the fastest growing segment in racing today – Vintage and Historic Racing. Check out the beauty and simplicity of two well-prepared MG warriors, the 1946 MG TC owned and raced by Frank Mount and the 1956 MGA Sebring Racer of John Burgess.
This June, racing fans will be thrilled to witness a huge grid of swarming, fast Triumphs and MGs piloted by cunning and experienced drivers from across Canada and the US, returning to the home of motorsport in Canada, the Mosport Grand Prix Circuit. The decades old battle will rage once again as VARAC steps back in time to recreate the epic battle for sportscar supremacy between British manufacturers – Standard Triumph and MG Cars.
You don't want to miss it!
About VARAC: Founded in 1976, the Vintage Automobile Racing Association of Canada has over 220 members with approximately 100 members who are active racing drivers. VARAC is sanctioned by Canadian Automobile Sports Clubs – Ontario Region under ASN Canada and the FIA. VARAC is a founding member of the Vintage Motorsport Council, an umbrella organization representing all Vintage Motorsport Clubs in North America. VARAC members compete in Vintage and Historic Racing events across North America and abroad. VARAC is made up racing enthusiasts from all walks of life. Several Canadian Champions are included amongst the membership. For more information go to www.canadianhistoricgrandprix.com
From: Bob DeShane for VARAC