Paul Valentine
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Page May 21, 2008. 1 Reply


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About Me:
I don't presently own a Vintage Car, but I love them none the less. I have owned Triumphs, MG's and a Healey in my younger days.

Now, I just enjoy being at events where vintage sporting cars prevail! And I also enjoy photographing these old cars, and sharing my pictures with anyone who also enjoys my interests.
I am not a pro photographer, just an "advanced" amateur. I do not sell my photos, but I have been known to give them away, as long as they are for that individuals personal use only.
I added over a hundred new photo's to my page. Most of them were taken at the CVAR Event at Eagles Canyon on May 15 and 16, 2009. I just made random selections out of the 600 or so that I took on Friday and Saturday. I had another commitment on Sunday so I couldn't make it that day. :(

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At 10:26am on May 22, 2008, Stephen Page said…
Dear Paul
Welcome to the Vintage Racing League.
Thank you for posting your beautiful photos :-))
Please create a Group and invite your friends to join.
All the best - Stephen
At 10:30pm on May 21, 2008, Mike Rogers said…

Great photo for your icon! I'm going to have to look into the Mustang Scooter - I don't recall those from my past, but I am familiar with Cushman. Sounds like a good time.

Steamboat Springs was one of those events without equal. We are trying to establish a similar large annual gathering at Motorsports Park Hastings in Nebraska. RMVR will be there for a third time this year over Labor Day weekend with our Steam Boat Grand Prix. We're doing a race car street parade and getting the whole town involved. From an car entry and crowd standpoint this is probably the closest thing we've had to compare to the Steamboat Springs races.

There is a historical reference to the area near the Hastings track being referred to as Steam Boat Corner, which is why we've resurrected the name for this event.
At 6:03am on May 20, 2008, Paul Valentine said…
Thanks for the nice comments guys. I'm happy you enjoyed them.

Yeah Mike. I would like that I'm sure. But committed to a Vintage Cushman and Mustang (Scooter) meet in June, here in South Texas. Remember the Mustang Motor Scooters???

Years ago, in September, I went to Steamboat Springs for a couple of years to the vintage racing they used to have there. That is great country indeed. Steamboat, and the street racing, was loads of fun, and plenty of room so that you never felt crowded. I loved that. Too bad it had to go away.

At 12:24am on May 20, 2008, Mike Rogers said…

Welcome to the Vintage Racing League. I really enjoyed browsing through some of your photos, and left a few comments.

Like you, I don't race but I love the cars, drivers and extended family akin to vintage racing. I do a little photography and volunteer as a corner worker when needed.

If you're ever up north our way, stop by for a race and some Rocky Mountain hospitality. We're having our annual Trans Am invitational race in June and will be fielding a group of vintage racers along with La Carerra Panamerica cars at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb in July.

Mike Rogers
RMVR - Denver, CO
At 5:24pm on May 19, 2008, Philip Powell said…

Your photos are great!

Phil Powell
ex Bigger Hammer Crew

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