Category Archives: Blog

24 Sep

Vancouver’s Hargrove Leads Mazda USF2000 Championship Standings

Vancouver’s Hargrove Leads Mazda USF2000 Championship Standings

September 8, 2013 (Monterey, CA) – [October 7, 2013 UPDATE: Scott Hargrove Clinches USF2000 Championship] Canadian Scott Hargrove strengthened his lead in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda by virtue of a commanding victory in the Allied Building … Read More

24 Sep

Formula Ford: Where “Affordable Racing” is not an Oxymoron

Formula Ford: Where “Affordable Racing” is not an Oxymoron

Of the variety of racing classes available to the motorsport enthusiast looking to make the jump from race fan to driver, Formula Ford offers arguably the best dollar per thrill ratio in the sport. Designed for low cost and simplicity … Read More

23 Sep

From Tiny Tot to Track Terror, the Bryan Hellevang Story

From Tiny Tot to Track Terror, the Bryan Hellevang Story

Bryan Hellevang has been trackside for over 40 years, first as a fan, then mechanic, and today as a hard-charging race driver. Follow Bryan’s journey from a six year-old fan to motorsport racer in this story published by the Ridge-Meadows … Read More

23 Sep

SCCBC’s Richard Granholm Featured in North Shore News

SCCBC’s Richard Granholm Featured in North Shore News

It’s hard to find a more enthusiastic motorsport driver than second year SCCBC open wheel racer Richard Granholm. Richard and his beautiful Formula Libre Firmann F1000 are featured in the September 13, 2013 issue of the North Shore News. Click … Read More

18 Sep

SCCBC’s Tesler-Mabe Looks Back on 2013 CTCC Season

SCCBC’s Tesler-Mabe Looks Back on 2013 CTCC Season

SCCBC’s own Carlos Tesler-Mabe, who made his mark in the Canadian Touring Car Series this season, sends his regards to club members. Looking back at a very successful 2013 season in Canadian Touring Car (CTCC). By Carlos Tesler-Mabe, SCCBC member … Read More

09 Sep

SCCBC’s Great-granddaddy of Racing

SCCBC’s Great-granddaddy of Racing

The SCCBC’s Al Ores is legendary throughout the province as a long-time motorsport enthusiast and racer. Now in his thirty-first year of racing, Al continues to be a competitive and enthusiastic champion of the sport. Al’s journey through motorsport racing … Read More