300 cars, 8 races
At vintage racing events, you will spend almost no time looking at an empty track. Each morning there is a full slate of qualifying, and starting right at lunch time, through dusk, there is non-stop racing. The paddock is fully open, and all the drivers and mechanics are HAPPY to talk to you about their cars.
The USRRC Tribute for Sports Racing and eligible Production and GT cars… will be kicking off its inaugural season at “The Love”. This will be a big grid of some of the most beautiful cars from the mid to late 60s. For more info visit the USRRC Tribute Page
The Crossflow Cup - The second round of the Formula Ford Crossflow Cup Championship. The 50 drivers in this series relive the intense Formula Ford racing that started the careers for the likes of Emmerson Fittipaldi, James Hunt, Ayrton Senna and more… the series is going from strength to strength… learn more here
The Morton Trophy…. Celebrating the career and life of Small bore Transam Champion John Morton, The Love will be the kickoff event for anyone that loves small bore sedans and sports cars from the 70 and 80s.
Production car groups
There are 4 production car groups organized based era, modifications and engine displacement. They range from American big bore cars, to small but feisty European and Japanese cars. The production car grids are big, and the racing is very close. Whether you love Porsche's or Ferraris, its almost impossible not to find your favorite car
Open Wheel Groups
Formula Atlantic, Formula B, Formula Junior, Formula Ford and Formula V are all represented in strength.
Sports Racer Groups
The beautiful envelope bodies and powerful engines make the ancestors for today's LMP1 cars lovely to look at, but also to watch and listen to.
Ferraris from any era are breathtaking
Small sedans from all eras provide big fields and close racing