Rich Taylor
Rich Taylor
4/15/13 10:00 a.m.

Do the math. A typical SCCA or vintage race covers around 30 miles. The standard length of a four-day vintage rally or tour is 1000 miles. As well-known vintage racer Richard Sirota puts it, “I spent more time above 140 mph on one Texas 1000 rally than in 20 years of vintage racing.”
He’s not exaggerating. There are stretches on the Texas 1000, Copperstate 1000 and Colorado Grand where fast cars can cruise at elevated speeds for hours at a time. In other words, a vintage rally isn’t just a race—it can be much more demanding than that. Want in on the action? These tips will help you get there.

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