SOVREN Pacific Northwest Historics

 

Saturday, July 2 Car Corral at Pacific Raceways, Kent WA

 

Hello Racing Enthusiasts!

Plan to join us Saturday, July 2, in the Car Corral at Pacific Raceways. The Society Of Vintage Racing Enthusiasts (SOVREN) has scheduled the 34th Annual Pacific Northwest Historics July 1 – 3 at Pacific Raceways in Kent.  The featured marque this year is Lotus, the iconic and highly successful road and race car from England.  The featured car is the very same Lotus 19 that Dan Gurney drove to victory 60 years ago at the 1962 NW Grand Prix, the first major race at Pacific Raceways.  Per their website, the event will be open to all, with spectators open to attend as a general admission. This is the premier vintage sports car race in the Pacific Northwest.  All the entry fees and any other donations go to the uncompensated care fund at Seattle Children’s Hospital.


SOVREN is a Seattle-based non-profit racing organization boasting 300 members throughout Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia who are owners and admirers of classic sports cars with racing histories.


We will collect registrations for the event and send out tickets when they become available.  The ticket price is $30 for the day or $50 for the entire weekend.  That price is for a car and driver to park in the Car Corral.  Passenger tickets can be prepaid also and are available for $25.


Send your payment (Seattle Section MBCA) with a registration form to David Glass by June 3.  I will confirm receipt of your payment by Email and include any additional available information.  Please fill in the SOVREN registration form and include with your payment.  In the past we have been allowed 20 spots, and they fill quickly.   Thank you for your support of the SOVREN Guild and Seattle Children’s Hospital.
  
For questions about the Seattle Section MBCA please email David Glass


See you at the races!