Vintage Mustang Verses Corvette at Historic Road America - Driver Randy Rupp
Climb aboard the RT Restorations (www.rtrestorations.net) prepared 1969 vintage Trans Am road racing Mustang. This footage was captured during the 2011 VSCDA ELVF at historic Road America in beautiful Elkhart Lake, WI.
Owner/Driver: Randy Rupp
#512 '67 Road Race Mustang | SAAC Mini-Nats 28 Vintage Race | Sears Point
My 1967 Fastback Mustang
during the Nor-Cal Shelby Club Vintage Race. So much fun!!!
Recorded with two GoPro Hero cameras (Hero2 in the car and older Hero
outside). The outside camera was stuck to the bodywork with the 3M sticky
pads that come standard with the GoPro cameras! Unfortunately the
outside camera ran out of disc space, so the last bit of the race reverts
back to the in car camera.
There are a few more still pictures of the car at the end of the video.
SCCA NJMP Thunderbolt race T1 Corvette
SCCA Race at NJMP Thunderbolt. C5 Corvette in T1 class following very fast
SPO driver who seems to be leaking fuel out the back at times. Later in
session, SPO car overshoots turn 1 and I get by. Not captured (no rear
camera) is his spin entering the devil's tail a half lap later, and, a lap
after that he has a major issue with fuel loss all over the track at turn
1, and he is disabled for the remainder of the race. Fun running with him
up to that point.
Road America GT350R Group 6 Fun!
Climb aboard the RTRestorations.net #76 Blue 1965 Ford Mustang GT350R @ the 2011 VSCDA
Elkhart Lake Vintage Festival (ELVF) Group 6 Qualifying race at beautiful
Road America. Driven by owner Henry Vicioso, the 525hp Mustang performed nicely with a best
lap time of 2:33:9 for the weekend. Brought to you by BigBlips.com THANK
Elkhart Lake Road America Race Way Vintage Cars
http://www.wellsve.com I spent a day recently with Peter Meier, Steve
Hildebrand and Tim Froh at the Elkhart Lake race way. They were having time
trials in preparation for the vintage car race held that weekend. We
virtually had the track to ourselves. We were able to go into the pits and
most anywhere we wanted. Peter is the technical editor for Motor Age
Magazine. Steve is our director of marketing and Tim is our TPS and Knock
sensor engineer. Some very cool cars here. I had a great time! Hope you
enjoy it too.
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