Off Road Racing back in the 70's and 80's.
Went to the Pike's Peak Race this year and took about 250 shots race day. Many of which are of the vintage cars. Would like to race Pike's Peak in a year or two. anyone interested in the Pike's Peak photo let me know.
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All the best - Stephen
We have a local hill climb club, Colorado Hill Climb Association. Their web site is: http://www.chcaracing.com
In addition to the Pikes Peak Hill Climb they have 3-4 other races each year. I haven't made it to one of their other hill climb events yet. The other events are all on non-paved mountain roads or off-road closed course facilities. They have a fairly active member forum here: http://www.coloradohillclimb.com/
Let me know what Chris thinks of the book. I hope he enjoys it - you put a lot of time and effort into it.
For while, I had to put racing on the side to focus on my new business.
I did some arrive and drive events with the Jim Russell at Sears Point (now Infineon) and road race a specmiata on the west coast as well as my S2000. As a coach I have the chance to drive and ride in a lot of different cars, and I realized that vintage is what's move me. Now that I have a little more time, I want to go back in the racing seat and promote the company at the same time. So I was looking at early race mustang. Seeing your jeep made me think (our suits are for vintage but the design is perfect for desert racing too.), and a Bronco (think Bill Stroppe) or jeepster commando c101 could be nice and different.
Thank you for the link,
Lot of nice shots!
I have to say, I'm very impressed, it takes some to race a car like Jess' on the dirt inches from the cliff!
But PPIHC is on my list, and it'll be vintage!