183 Photos - Oct 16, 2011
Photo: Photo from Jim VaseffPhoto: July 4, 1969; photo by Ron Nash; Weldon Nash “at speed” at SCCA Galveston Race; This was the Maiden Voyage for the Nash Scrambler FV.Photo: July 4, 1969; photo by Ron Nash; Weldon Nash leaving the pits at SCCA Galveston Race for the Nash Scrambler’s first race; This was the Maiden Voyage for the Nash Scrambler FV.Photo: August 1969; photo by Ron Nash; Weldon Nash “at speed” at Aqua Festival Race in Austin, Texas; This was a street race around the Austin Convention Center.Photo: September 1969; photo by Ron Nash; Weldon Nash “at speed” at SCCA San Marcos RacePhoto: September 1969; photo by Ron Nash; Weldon Nash “at speed” on the TWS track; This was the first-ever race at TWS, a “shakedown” race for the facility prior to TWS hosting a Can-Am race in OctoberPhoto: October 1970 ; photo by Weldon Nash; Nash Scramblers No. 38 (original car) and No. 39 (3rd car built) on double-deck trailer designed and built by Ron Nash; this was at an SCCA National Race at TWS, College Station, TX and was the first time that both cars competed together.Photo: October 1970 ; photo by Weldon Nash; Nash Scramblers No. 38 (original car) and No. 39 (3rd car built) in the pits at an SCCA National Race at TWS, College Station, TX .; This was the first time that both cars competed together.Photo: April 1970 ; photo by Rich Morgan; Ron (Car No. 43) and Weldon Nash (Car No. 38); Waiting in false grid at Dallas International Motor Speedway; The blue Nash Scrambler No. 44 was the second car built and was owned by Ed Tipps, who made the fiberglass bodies for the Scramblers. This was the last time that Ron and Weldon competed together in a race.Photo: 1973 ; photo by Mark Yeager; Weldon Nash in Scrambler No. 38 (Car #3 with body of original car #1) and Bob Cupito in No. 74;  Nash and Cupito battling for position at Turn 1 at Green Valley Raceway, Smithville, TX; Green Valley was the home of the Green Valley Racing Association (GVRA) which held 9 races a year from 1972 until about 1976.Photo: Sept 10, 2005; photo by Mrs. Wilt; Jeff Wilt in the Nash Scrambler; A CVAR event at TWS, College Station, TX; The lone surviving Nash Scrambler is still driven in vintage races and must feel right at home at TWS, where it competed in the first race on the track in 1969.Photo: 8 w Mustang (Roger Beasley racing in SCCA vintage class at Sebring) 2002 by unknownPhoto: Terry Beasley (at Road America) 2003 by Roger BeasleyPhoto: Two vees (his and hers) 2004 by Roger BeasleyPhoto: Zinks (Roger and Terry Beasley rounding Canada Corner, Road America) 2003 by Carmajean ClarkPhoto: Team Geezer
John Gaudette, Dale Rolison, and Mike Callahan all supported by crew chief, Ted GriffinPhoto: Mike Callahan  Steel Cities Region
1971 FV ChampionPhoto: Mike Callahan’s Zink Z-5 at Nelson Ledges 1972Photo: Mike Callahan Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing
2008 FV ChampionPhoto: Mike Callahan leads rival Bill Griffith at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
2009Photo: CVAR “Agitator of the Year” Award
John Gaudette 2007
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: John Gaudette
2009
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: John Gaudette, (66), enroute to first Formula Vee win.
 Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
October 6, 2007
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: Dale Rolison
2010
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: Dale Rolison  2008
Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: Dale Rolison at speed, 2007
Hallett Motor Racing Circuit
Submitted by Mike CallahanPhoto: My McNamara Formula Vee at Nelson Ledges
Submitted by Richard Witt, San Diego, CAPhoto: Kelly Vee driven by Al Ores
Submitted by his daughter Jennifer Arthur
Mission, British ColumbiaPhoto: Bobsy Vee driven by Al Ores
Submitted by his daughter Jennifer Arthur
Mission, British ColumbiaPhoto: Al Ores leading the pack in his D13
Submitted by his daughter Jennifer Arthur
Mission, British ColumbiaPhoto: Lazer, Campbell and the Lynx
Submitted by Jennifer Arthur
Mission, British ColumbiaPhoto: Aaron Meyer getting his trophy 1st place FV3 and overall winner
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Aaron Meyer in his Crusader Vee
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Al Accurso - Caldwell D-13
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Bob Hatle getting his trophy 1st place FV1 2nd overall
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Bob Hatle taking victory lap Caldwell D-13
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Chris Quinteros getting his trophy 2nd place FV2
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Chris Quinteros - Caldwell D-13
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Don Readinger getting his trophy 2nd place FV
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Don Readinger - Zink C-4
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Eric Inkrott - Fox
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Jack Bonesteel - Schnepp
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Joe Fuhring - Franco Ferreira
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Jon Hampson - Zink
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Ken Beck - Bandido
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Kim Madrid getting trophy 2nd place FV1 3rd overall
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Kim Madrid - Caldwell D-13
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Norm Gerwien - Zink C-4
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Peter Hampson - Caldwell D-13
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Chris Quinteros #29 and Rudy Madrid #191
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Rudy Madrid getting trophy 1st place FV
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Rudy Madrid - Zink C4
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Display table for the vees
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Terran Swanson getting his trophy 1st place in class 4th overall
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Terran Swanson - Caldwell D-13S
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Bob Hatle, Kim Madrid, Chris Quinteros, Terran Swanson, Donreadinger and Rudy Madrid
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Bob Hatle FV1, Rudy Madrid FV, Terran Swanson FV2, Aaron Meyer FV3 (first in class)
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Vees going into turn 2
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: grid shot
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: grid shot
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Vee Group Picture
Submitted by Kim MadridPhoto: Downtown reenactment of the original races through the streets of Watkins Glen N.Y.  The Ladder in the background is at the original star/finish line used from 1948 to 1953 races.  150 cars are escorted down from the present day track to for the reenactment.  
Photo taken by Daniel Mainzer
Submitted by James Van NordstrandPhoto: 2010 Watkins Glen vintage Grand Prix
Submitted by James Van NordstrandPhoto: 2010 Vintage Grand Prix at Watkins Glen 1968 Zink C-4 Jim Van Nordstrand driving
Submitted by James Van NordstrandPhoto: An Autodynamics FV that I have been told is a 1968 Autodynamics FV, but I cant find a chassis number, it has a scca # of 30-119 on the roll bar but I cant find any other info
Submitted by Shawn GilliganPhoto: An Autodynamics FV that I have been told is a 1968 Autodynamics FV, but I cant find a chassis number, it has a scca # of 30-119 on the roll bar but I cant find any other info
Submitted by Shawn GilliganPhoto: An Autodynamics FV that I have been told is a 1968 Autodynamics FV, but I cant find a chassis number, it has a scca # of 30-119 on the roll bar but I cant find any other info
Submitted by Shawn GilliganPhoto: Menzinger FV 1983 GCC ax
at an autocross in South Jersey
Submitted by Gary CossaboonPhoto: Menzinger Wildcat #003 at Bridgehampton, LI, NY
Probably mid-1970's
Submitted by Gary CossaboonPhoto: Last race held at Lake Garnett, Kansas in 1972
The leaders, Bill Noble, Bob Lazier, and Fred Stout are about to cross the damn. As I recall Lazier won. Fred came in to the pit after the corner crew showed him the nose of his car. Fred thought it was a black flag station.
Submitted by Fred StorerPhoto: Last race held at Lake Garnett, Kansas in 1972
Submitted by Fred StorerPhoto: Last race held at Lake Garnett, Kansas in 1972
Submitted by Fred StorerPhoto: Ed Privette in his Vee
Submitted by Ed Privette
Knoxville, TNPhoto: Ed Privette in his Vee
Submitted by Ed Privette
Knoxville, TNPhoto: Ed Privette's Zinc 1972
Submitted by Ed Privette
Knoxville, TNPhoto: Zinc at Road Atlanta 
Submitted by Ed Privette
Knoxville, TNPhoto: Bill Wolfe flipping Bill Noble's Lynx (?) at La Junta, Colorado 1981...as Zan Smith watches. He was not injured and the car was repairable enough so that Bill Noble finished 2nd in it the next weekend. 
Submitted by Bill WolfePhoto: Bill Wolfe / Lobo FV @ Laguna Seca 1999Photo: Bob Cornish in Caracal D @ Sears Point 1985Photo: John Hogdal in Napmobile @ Road America 1981Photo: John Hogdal in Napmobile @ Road America 1981Photo: Glamdring driven by Mark Edwards
Glamdring went through tech for Dec Willow Springs in 1982, but was first raced in1983.Photo: The Sting @ Sears PointPhoto: Bruce Frenzel / The Sting FV @ Riverside 1981Photo: The Sting / Stan Townes @ Road Atlanta 1979Photo: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Contributed by Jim VaseffPhoto: Photo by Bob Tupper
My car in 1976Photo: Photo contributed by Bob Tupper
Bob's car at Lime Rock, 1977Photo: Photo contributed by Bob Tupper
Glenn and Bob TupperPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
FV 40th-Canada Corner Steve Oseth, Stevan Davis, Brad Stout, Jim Kearney, Mike Kochanski (?)-Final Stout, Oseth, DavisPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
FV 40th-The GroupPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
FV 40th- The Winners
Stout, Oseth, DavisPhoto: Contributed by Stevan Davis
1980 Marietta Daily Journal - Stevan Davis #80Photo: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1984 Runoffs P & Q - Stevan Davis (80), Steve Knapp (0), George Fizell (33), Glen Harcus (4)Photo: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis (FV 80)
1986 Road Atlanta Valvoline Runoffs
Steve Oseth (72) inside Steve Davis (80) for lead going into T1-George Fizzel (33) and Donnie Isley (43) close behindPhoto: Contributed by Stevan Davis
1986 Runoffs Grid SheetPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1989 crash 
This shows what can happen if you get T-Boned by a 90 MPH car.Photo: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1992 Runoffs Victory FlagPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
2010 photo finish - Shields wins inside, Seibenauler 2nd outside, Peterson 3rd inside, Jennerjahn 4th outsidePhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
Atlanta 86 Valvoline Runoffs T1 - Stevan Davis, Steve Oseth, George Fizell, Zan Smith, Jim Clem, Donnie Isley, Jim AverettPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
Brother Phil, pulls Steve Davis' Racer's Wedge into Pole spot for 1990 Runoffs- Skip Streets (51) already therePhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
Jerry Zeger - Mansfield Ohio (Mid Ohio) resident-one time Bobsy driver and long time FV fanPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
Mid Ohio 2004 Podium
Jeff Loughead, Brad Stout, Stevan DavisPhoto: Contributed by Stevan Davis
President's Cup Plaque 1987Photo: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1987 Runoffs last lap at bridge
Jim Averett inside Mark Edwards-Davis behind on inside-Fizzel on outside-Schultz on inside back-Isley on outsidePhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1987 Runoffs last lap at bridge
Jim Averett sliding-Davis closing-Edwards outside-Fizell inside-Isley sliding on outside-Schultz spinning-Final Davis, Averett, FizellPhoto: Photo contributed by Stevan Davis
1992 Runoffs (lap 2)
 Stevan Davis leads Chuck Brewer and packPhoto: Contributed by Stevan Davis
Team Underdog Insignia - Corner Workers Extraordinaire-founded by Heyward and Mitch Wagner, sons of Susan (now) Coleman also long time Club Race workerPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Formula Vee 20 Anniversary Program
Contributed by Jim SchingsPhoto: Shared by Tapani Lehtinen, Finland FVPhoto: Shared by Tapani Lehtinen, Finland FVPhoto: Shared by Tapani Lehtinen, Finland FVPhoto: Shared by Tapani Lehtinen, Finland FVPhoto: Keke Rosberg, driving Veemax MkIVb at Ahvenisto circuit / Finland in 1972, his first year as formula driver. Veemax is one of the most successful European F Vee marques, manufactured by Max Johanson in Finland.  Submitted by Tapani LehtinenPhoto: The Pyynikki race at Tampere, Finland in 1966. The only time they had Formulas at this narrow street circuit in the middle of the city.
First car is the same Formcar, number 4 and today carrying number 65, driven by Mr Nikolai Kopiloff, Finland. Behind him, number 10, Mr Bror Jaktlund from Sweden, driving his Dolling and third car, number 2, our red Autodynamics (today number 5), driven by Mr Risto Einto, Finland. Submitted Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Formcar when “ready to race” in 1965 – Mr Ensio Mikander is sitting in the car. He is better known as rally driver here in Finland. Submitted by Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Veemax Submitted by Finnish racer Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Autodynamics Submitted by Finnish racer Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Veemax Submitted by Finnish racer Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Formcar, Submitted by Finnish racer Tapani LehtinenPhoto: Sardini Formula Vee Submitted by Don PereboomPhoto: 1965
Submitted by Dale DillinghamPhoto: 1965
Submitted by Dale DillinghamPhoto: Submitted by Tom StephaniPhoto: Photo: Formula V Daytona 1969

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