Groups are subject to change – PVGP retains the final decision as to car/group placement
Vintage Small-Bore & Formula Vee
Vintage eligible small bore production cars under 1.5 litres such as Mini Cooper, Triumph Spitfire, Turner, Austin-Healey Sprite, MG Midget and MG TD. Open wheel Formula 3 and Formula Vee, examples include Lynx, Caldwell, Autodynamics and Zink. Includes any Preservation and Pre-War cars. (Refer to SVRA Groups 1 and 4/BM, 4/FM and 4/GM for general guidance)
Vintage eligible medium-bore production (1.5 – 2.0 litres) and special cars. A wide variety of popular sports cars including BMW 2002, Datsun 510, Elva Courier, Triumph GT6, MGB, Alfa Romeo and Lotus Seven, Europa and Elan. (Refer to SVRA Groups 3 and 8/DP, 8/RS and 8/BS for general guidance)
A new group for 2018 for vintage eligible production and special cars from 2.0 to 3.0 litres Eligible cars from 1972 and earlier (later cars must be approved). Big time excitement with Austin Healey 100, Chevy Corvair, Porsche 911, BMW 325 and Datsun 240Z. (Refer to SVRA Groups 8/A, 8/B, 8/C, for general guidance)
Vintage eligible, large displacement production and special cars over 3.0 litres. Eligible cars up to 1972 (later cars must be approved). Ground pounding racing like Mustang, Shelby, GT40, Corvette, Camaro, Sunbeam Tiger, Jaguar and Ferrari. (Refer to SVRA Groups 6, 12/GTO and 12/GTU for general guidance)
Certain to be the fastest group of the weekend watch non vintage eligible production and special cars built after 1973 blaze around the track. Including entries from the North American Road Racing Association. (Refer to SVRA Groups 10 and 12/MP for general guidance)
BMW Club Races
BMW National Club Racing hosts a premiere points event featuring BMW Spec, Stock, Modified and Prepared Classes. Fully prepared race cars built from BMW street cars. There is room in the schedule to break into two groups if we have enough entries. Details and specs on the split groups will be decided once entries are received.
Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series
This will be round #4 of The Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series and the final event before the summer break. The Royale Formula Ford Challenge Series provides a sustainable, enjoyable, safety oriented Formula Ford racing series in the eastern United States that rewards camaraderie, sportsmanship, and preservation of historic racing machinery and principles.