Things have been crazy at work & home, so uploading and editing to close to a hundred paddock pics hasn’t happened yet. Just a teaser is this pic of the Krause & England paddock spot. I’ve always had a soft spot for the Alfa GTV, and this was a stunning example. Thanks for making the long drive guys.
Even though we only stayed for a few hours this weekend, we had a chance to renew old friendships and build a couple of new ones. Part of the reason Mosport has been able to stay around throughout the years is the wonderful people who congregate there year after year. I was born in early in the summer of 67, into a racing family and Mosport has played a part in almost every summer since. The history of the place is enough to make the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end, every single time I turn onto the entrance road. The only time I’ve felt the same, was the first time I visited The Glen. Same type of history.
Over the next few weeks, The Garage is going to start showcasing some of the cars that were around this weekend. The first will be Ian Lok’s Volvo 122S, followed up by the Hubley Bluenose Special and maybe Ted Humphries Daimler SP250. If any of you want to share the history of your special car, send me some pics and a brief history and I’d be more than happy to showcase your pride and joy as well.