Rick Carey (Ferrari Market Newsletter, Hagerty, Victory Lane) discussing the auction market trends and changes in 2020.
We pick up where we left off with Mike. This time we'll find out what goes into running a VRG event, what your opportunities to get involved with the club are and what it's like to race at some of the North East's best known tracks.
There are many different first steps on the path to racing. One certainly important consideration is attending a racing school. A number of vintage racing clubs throughout the US run driver schools designed to introduce you to the sport. Tonight's conversation with RMVR's Jeff Hall shines a spotlight on their offering. If you're interested in getting started in vintage racing (or perhaps just interested in how their school compares to something you are familiar with) this program is for you.
Podcast guests for this episode are once again Doc Bundy and Ed Kovalchick. Doc tells us what it takes to finish and Ed keeps him humble.
Tonight's episode is (hopefully) a teaser of great things to come. We are joined by Doc Bundy and Ed K, both of whom are pretty skilled at telling racing stories. Tonight's story, which takes us to the early stages of Doc's professional career, is but an excerpt from what was a 2 hour conversation. Needless to say there are more good things to come ranging from winning at Le Mans to surviving COVID.
Looking Back, Looking Forward: the 2020 ELVF (ARIENS ART ON WHEELS VINTAGE WEEKEND) VSCDA with HSR @ Road America
Mike Korneli, race chair for the the Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival, and VSCDA President Alex Rorke guest are guests on this episode. We take a look at both this year's event, and what it takes year over year to organize and promote the event.
Dow Smith joins the podcast to discuss Lime Rock Park's successful Historic Festival. The festival, which traditionally marks the close of the summer weekend with one of the most significant gatherings of vintage race cars in the Northeast, was held this year in face of all the challenges that 2020 has presented to any organization promoting vintage racing and gives a nice picture of how they succeeded.