West Coast Vintage Racing since 1968.
THE CSRG STORY
In 1968, a bunch of friends, with cars like Ferrari Testa Rossas, Allards and Maseratis, that were no longer competitive in SCCA club racing, got together and formed a 501(c) racing club, that put a premium on friendship, fun and preservation, over the win-at all cost, car-is-disposable, ethos of club racing. Over the years, CSRG grew into a large, diverse, historic racing community, with over 300 driver/members, four race meetings, and a worldwide reputation for fun, safe events with beautiful, original cars.
To learn more about CSRG watch the video "Racers share the passion for their club and the sport of Historic racing".
What is Vintage Racing?
Vintage racing is a thriving, growing sport at the intersection of collecting and preserving historic cars, and racing. Vintage drivers generally drive cars that are over 30 years old, no longer eligible or competitive in club racing. Vintage drivers pick a car to race, because they love it, not because it's a ticket to the front of the pack. Motivated more by the passion for a marque or era, than by the need to claw their way to the front, vintage racers race hard, clean and have more fun than anyone in racing. Vintage racing is also inclusive, accommodating everything from a $1M Jaguar, to a $7500 Formula Vee. CSRG drivers range from brand new novices to pros. Vintage racing, places a high value developing skill and finesse in the car but unlike most club racing, has a low, close to zero tolerance for contact, aggressive driving, and boorish behavior.
How to Get Started
The first step is to follow join CSRG and come to one of our events. If you are a current club licensed, or experienced track day driver, with a qualifying race car, simply contact the CSRG race director (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get your racing background and car evaluated and accepted into our events.