A recent resurgence of interest in vintage H-modifieds (and similar small-bore racers) has led to the formation of the H-Modified Racing Club.
The club’s first effort is the encouragement of active H-mod racing through the coordination of a racing series that will be held in conjunction with established vintage racing events.
The first group will race at the May 7-8 VSCCA Spring Sprints. The venue is Lime Rock Park, a 1.5-mile track well-suited to H-mod racing. Because the Spring Sprints also host the VSCCA’s driving school, there are few excuses to keep potential H-mod racers away — whether they are dusting off a car they raced “in the day,” or restoring an H-mod that is new to them.
The second opportunity will be at the 2021 Put-in-Bay Sports Car Races, where H-Modified is a featured class.
Read more at VintageMotorsport.com.