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Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing

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RMVRis a non profit club of more than 500 members who are vintage racing enthusiasts. Their club's primary focus is the organization, production, and sanctioning of vintage car races in the Rocky Mountain region. They have over 500 eligible cars over thirty years old. Familiar names include Austin Healey, Corvette, Lotus, MG, Mini, Porsche, Triumph, Formula Ford and Formula Vee. In addition, some more exotic and perhaps lesser known names such as McLaren, Lola, Abarth, Morgan, Siata and Zink participate in their events. Engines range from less than 1000cc to more than 6 liters of ground pounding force.

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As Charter Members of the national Vintage Motorsports Council, they are pledged to promote the preservation of these cars in a racing format which emphasizes driver safety and etiquette. To achieve this goal, they have developed their own team of race officals including Event Chairs, Race Stewards, Registrars, Corner Marshalls, Starters, Tech Inspectors and Timing and Scoring and Pit and Grid Staff.

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