1980 - 1981 SCCA Early Racing Years.mpg

Brainerd Int'l Raceway , Old 8mm Movie , David's early SCCA years , from Solo II 1973 - 1979 , to Regionals and Nationals with the Mustang , 1980 - 1984 . David Drove George Bachelders Bobsy "D" Sports Racer in SCCA Regionals and Nationals , 1984 - 1989 . Started Vintage Racing in 1990 with the Mustang . This starts in May 1980 SCCA driver school , Sept. 1980 First Regional , 1981 Brainerd Sprints , This piece ends with 81' Road America Kettle Moriane Regional .

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1979 Laguna Seca Trans-AM
Last half of the Trans-AM race from Laguna Seca,CA

1982 SCCA Blackhawk.mpg
SCCA Regional Championship at Blackhawk Raceway 1982 , David's 1970 Mustang Mach-1 . Spun twice , air pressure to high in rear tires .

2001 SCCA Trans Am @ Mosport - Mike Gagliardo Fatal Crash (Live Coverage)
*NOTE: This was originally posted on RacingAccidents2's channel, but the OP has given me permission to post this on my channel.* Live Coverage of Mike Gagliardo's fatal crash during the 2001 Kenwood Communications/Auto Parts Plus 125 Trans-Am race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (previously known as Mosport Park and Mosport International Raceway) in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada. It was the first fatal crash in the series since Dan Croft was killed in the 1988 season opener at Long Beach. I will be posting that full race as well as the crash sometime in the near future. RIP Mike. ;-( Original credit for the cap goes to WildTurnip.

1980 SCCA GT-3 National Championship (full race)
Another 'repost' after deleting a playlist. Tom Davey takes one in a 'tin-top'. IIRC, he was a "full-tilt" VW guy, had a couple in aircooled Super Vees before he started running watercooled cars and might have had some factory interest. Please recall that this was at the end of the era where SCCA wins actually sold street cars for the companies who participated. He didn't get it without some healthy competition, though. Bruce Nesbitt actually found himself a few rides in IMSA RS and Trans Am. Only other thing about the drivers that I can add is that Hubert Duprez stuck with it long enough to win Gold in 1991 and 1993. He was SEDIV, but can't recall what Region. I think I actually have one of his team's T-shirts over here. Raw footage of the event, I left in the pieces where they're trying to make post-production stuff for the "highlight film" that would have been actually broadcast.