The Vintage Sports Car Drivers Association is living out the old adage “where there’s a will, there’s a way” as it fulfills both aspects of the phrase for the June 19-21 Blackhawk Classic 28 at Blackhawk Farms Raceway.
After having to cancel its annual Drivers School and Spring Brake at Gingerman weekend — one-third of a 2020 on-track schedule — the club started hoping and planning that the popular Blackhawk event might be allowed to proceed on its usual Father’s Day weekend.
“We have worked with our tracks and public health experts — including our own racing epidemiologist Dr. Sharon Frey — to prepare a comprehensive operating plan,” VSCDA president Alex Rorke said. “Our goal was to meet or exceed the health and safety standards put forth by the CDC and the regulatory authorities where we race. We also incorporated best practices from the Vintage Motorsports Council, SCCA, SVRA and other racing groups into our approach.”
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