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Vintage Grand Prix - Gallery

Vintage Grand Prix - Gallery

More than 300 beautifully restored vintage race cars from the past 50 years of motorsports, ranging from MGs and Triumphs, to Volvos, Porsches, Corvettes and a variety of single-seater Formula cars, competed during the three-day weekend on CTMP’s world-famous Grand Prix circuit.

Our dude Mark Luciani from Light And Gears was on site snapping pics of the action. And boy, was there lots of action. From the “Field of Dreams Classic Car Show” which took place on the infield at Corner 8 to the anticipated Toyo Tires F1600 Series Championship there was something for everyone during this past Father's Day weekend.

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Vintage Grand Prix Canada Racing Steeltown Garage Co Hamilton

Since 1961, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park has been the leading racing and automotive performance facility in Canada, hosting series’ ranging from international sports cars to NASCAR on the renowned 3.957-kilometre Grand Prix track.

VARAC Vintage GP race results can be found here.

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