Let’s hop into a few historic racing cars for a new perspective on September’s All Historic Spring event at Wakefield Park.
These on-board videos get you in the hot seat of a 1969 Brabham BT28 for a few laps of a Group M and O race, as well as a 1984 Tiga SC84 for a little Q & R action. It was more than a little nippy and slippery that weekend, so well done to everyone for putting on some quick and clean racing in tricky conditions!
Thanks to Jeff and Joel brown for letting me film their adventures!
We’re less than a month away from our Wakefield Park Spring Historics event, so it’s time to kick back into gear and get ready for some historic racing!
What better way to do so than to jump on board for a classic dice with Ed Holly in his lovely 1968 Brabham BT21C. Enjoy this footage from race four for M & O sports and racing cars at June’s Eastern Creek Winter Historics event, and click this link for more on-board historics.
We’ll be updating the site frequently over the coming weeks to make sure that you have all the information that you need to get out and have fun racing, watching the action on the track, strolling through the pits & paddock, and enjoying good friends at Wakefield Park, so come back often and keep in touch. Hit the following links for our coverage of the event thus far:
Fans of historic motorsport have been busy over the last three months, and this edition covers everything that historic racing cars from the ’60s, and their drivers, got up to at Morgan Park, Mallala, Winton, Lakeside, and our own All Historic Eastern Creek.
As always, the newsletter is full of great writing, crammed with fun photography, and bursting with beautiful racing cars from 1961 to 1969. Click this link to download it, and enjoy.
Thanks to Ed Holly for putting it together, and Peter Schell for the photo.
Previous 1960s Racing Cars (M and O) Newletters:
Historic motorsport. We all love it, and it’s time to get out and do it! The HSRCA and friends are heading out to Eastern Creek in two weeks to spend a quality weekend with our historic sports and racing cars, and good friends both old and new. So let’s wrap-up all of the important information that will get you on track for getting out on the track.
As always, our events are a treat for competitors, spectators and all motorsport fans alike, so we encourage you to come along and take in the sights, sounds, sensations and socialising of historic motorsport.
Pricing for entry is as follows:
- Adult $10
- Concession $5
- Adult $20
- Concession $10
Two Day Pass:
- Adult $25
- Concession $15
Children under 14 free
Race Fuels is offering a discount to those who wish to order and pay for their fuel in advance. They are also allowing entrants to register for quick and easy payment for fuel over the course of the weekend, however there is no discount offered with this particular service. Pre-order form and payment must be lodged by June 17, 2011.
For more information about the Eastern Creek circuit, including lap records, accommodation, and some travel tips hit this link to head to our circuits page.
Good times were had with great friends. Beautiful historic racing machinery danced, and sometimes pirouetted, with brave and talented drivers in the rain. Lap records were broken. Here are the results for Sunday’s feature races at the 2010 Lotus Sydney Tasman Revival.
Thank you to Peter Schell for his fantastic photography. Please hit this link to view the full gallery of his photography from the 2010 Lotus Sydney Tasman Revival, including photos of the feature event winners.
Lotus Sydney Tasman Revival – Sunday 28th November 2010, Feature Races
Event 34 – Regularity – Peter Finlay and Ian Forsyth Trophies
Heidi Jackel – 1970 Valiant VG Pacer
Jake Williams – 1974 Holden HQ
Event 35 – Frank Gardner Trophy for Group L Sports
Peter Giddings – 1953 Masserati 250F
Event 35 – Alec Mildren Trophy for Group L Racing
Dick Willis – 1959 Mildren Cooper T51
Event 35 – RACA Trophy for Sa Sports Cars
Peter Jackson – 1959 Austin Healey 3000
Event 35 – Jack Myers Trophy for Na Touring Cars
Allan Bryson – 1952 Austin A30
Event 35 – The VSCCA Trophy for Group K
Peter Greenfield – 1935 Alfa Romeo 8C-36
Event 36 – The Ron Tauranac Trophy for Group Q Racing
John Gale – 1972 Surtees TS9 F1
Event 36 – Trophy Race for Group R Racing
Guido Belgiorno-Nettis – 1985 Ferrari 156/85 Turbo
Event 37 – RACA Trophy Race for Group Sb Sports Cars
Tony Dains – 1970 Triumph TR6
Event 37 – Trophy Race for Group Sc Sports Cars
Stephen Borness – 1976 Porsche 911 Carrera
Event 37 – Trophy Race for Group T Sports Cars
Jason Lea – 1968 Datsun 2000
Event 38 – John Leffler Shield for Formula Ford
Fa – John Tarran – 1970 Lotus 61M
Fb – Geoff Walters – 1981 Elwyn 003
Event 41 – The Jack Brabham Trophy for Group M Racing Cars
Ed Holly – 1963 Brabham BT6
Event 41 – Leo Geoghegan Trophy for Group O Racing cars
John Smith 1968 Lotus 49/R8
Event 42 – The Repco Matich Trohpy for Group M Sports Cars
Stewart Mahony – 1965 Bolwell MK 4
Event 42 – The Spencer Martin Trophy for Group O Sports
Murray Sinclair – 1969 Chevron B16
Event 42 – The Bib Stillwell Trophy for Group Q Sports Cars
Scott Whittaker – 1972 Milano GT 2
Event 42 Trophy Race for Group R Sports Cars
Jamie Larner – 1979 Ralt RT2
Event 43 – The Kevin Bartlett Trophy for F 5000
Stan Redmond – 1976 Lola T332C
Event 44 Trophy Race for Formula Junior
David Methley – 1960 Lotus 18 FJ
Event 44 – Trophy Race for Formula 3
Tom Tweedie – 1965 Lola T60 F2
Event 45 – Trophy Race for Formula Vee
David Cutts – 1984 Spectre FVee
Event 46 – The Ian Geoghegan Trophy for Nb Touring Cars
Victor Waterhouse – 1964 Jaguar 3.8 MK. 2
Event 46 – The Brian Foley Trophy for Nc Touring Cars
Vince Macri – 1972 Holden Torana GTR X
Welcome to the final M & O Racing newsletter before the main event of the last 2 years – the 3rd running of the Tasman Revival meeting at Eastern Creek International Raceway.
Group M 1961 to 1965
Group O 1966 to 1969