2014 U.S. VINTAGE RACING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
- Three days of racing
- First come, first served seating on any hillside around the track
- Saturday concert from Asleep at the Wheel
- Saturday fireworks show
- Family activities
The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) returns to the Circuit of The Americas for the annual U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship. The event is open to the public Oct. 10-12, featuring three days of on-track action with over 600 Vintage race cars from around the globe. SVRA’s 12 racing classes promise nonstop excitement from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day with automobiles from the early 20th century to the present, competing for the coveted Vintage Racing National Championship title that will be awarded to over 35 different class winners.
In addition, over 30 Historic Trans-Am cars compete for the first time at the Circuit of The Americas. This is certain to be popular with race fans as it showcases the cars that competed in this very popular professional series in the late 1960s and early 70s. These original Boss 302 Mustangs, Camaro Z-28s, Plymouth Barracudas , Dodge Challengers and AMC Javelins were driven by American racing legends Dan Gurney, Sam Posey, Mark Donohue, Peter Revson, and Parnelli Jones as they battled week in and week out for the series championship.
This is a must see for older fans who followed the series years ago, as well as younger ones who have only heard about the so called ‘factory wars.’ For more information on the cars and drivers that will be participating check out the Historic Trans-Am website at http://www.historictransam.com.
Last year’s U.S. Vintage Racing National Championship at Circuit of The Americas