Stock race cars, Formula and Indy cars from all eras will race and be on display during the 15th Annual Southern California Historic Sports Car Festival scheduled for April 29-May 1, 2016 at Auto Club Speedway.
The three-day event is open to the public and will incorporate special exhibition runs and displays celebrating 100 years of the BMW and 100 years of Indy including a selection of Indy cars from 1921-1961 driving the oval.
Activities include racing, car show, vendor area, car club corrals and more. Spectators are welcome in the paddock and garage area to see the cars and to talk with the owners and drivers.
In addition, spectators will have the opportunity to purchase pace rides on Saturday and Sunday with proceeds benefiting Sports Car Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) charities. Limited space if available and tickets are $20.00 person and can sign up in Garage 2 at Auto Club Speedway during event hours.
Friday, April 29: $10.00 per person
Saturday, April 30: $20.00 per person
Sunday, May 1: $20.00 per person
3-Day Package: $35.00 per person
For more information about the Southern California Historic Sports Car Festival, go to www.svra.com.
About Auto Club Speedway
Located 50 miles east of Los Angeles in Fontana, Auto Club Speedway is California’s premier motorsports facility, hosting over 320 days of track activity each year including the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400 weekend – March 2017. The two-mile D-shaped oval is one of the fastest tracks on the circuit. The Speedway is also home to numerous movies, television and commercial productions, photo shoots, new car testing, club racing and a variety of racing schools. For more information on events at Auto Club Speedway call 1-800-944-RACE (7223) or visit www.autoclubspeedway.com.
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