RRDC gear is Old School – one of today’s most popular fashion categories. Wearing the RRDC logo says a lot about you. You’re in an exclusive group that has included the likes of Mark Donohue, Walt Hansgen and Juan Manuel Fangio… not to mention your own self.
You’re in the RRDC because you’re special. If you’ve got it, flaunt it… but in dignified, old school style.
To order, click here or on the Merchandise link on the right side of the screen. The order form will come up. Above and to the right of order form are four buttons. Click the second button from the left to print the form.Orders mailed or emailed in the next few weeks to Ross Bremer – keeper of the RRDC gear – will be available for pickup at the dinner. Payment instructions are at the bottom of the Order Form – and you may need a magnifying glass to read them.
Web Editor’s Contest: Find the obscure joke in this item. We will recognize all correct respondents as RRDC Trivia Masters. Click here.
THE CANEPA CAPER OR MEYERS MUGGED OR WHAT RRDC MEMBERS DO IN THEIR DOWNTIME
We cannot do justice to the article that appeared online Friday in Sports Car Digest published by the Off Camber Group about the confiscation of the 935 K3 the Whittington Bros drove to victory at Le Mans in 1979. Just click the link above. This is priceless beyond description. And if you do not currently read Sports Car Digest, subscribe – today, right now!
YOUNG DRIVER NEWSDavid Hobbs’ grandson Andrew Hobbs is competing in the South Island Formula Ford Series in New Zealand. Later this year, young Hobbs will be USF 2000 Mazda Road to Indy Series. Anyone interesting in supporting Andrew’s effort should contact his dad Greg 414-737-5705
Jeremy Shaw reports that Team USA Scholarship driver Neil Alberico is also traveling to New Zealand to contest the Toyota Racing Series, which kicks off Jan. 9-12 at the world’s most southerly race track, Teretonga, near Invercargill. He will be driving a patriotically liveried Team USA Scholarship car for Victory Motor Racing. The series will continue with events on consecutive weekends at Timaru (January 16-19), Highlands Motorsport Park (January 23-26), Hampton Downs (January 30-February 2) and Manfeild (February 6-9). Follow Neil on Facebook and/or Twitter.
HOUSEKEEPING ITEMS (There will be a quiz)
- Dues invoices are in the mail – both cyber and snail. We urge you to pay now while you’re thinking about it. Note that Honorary members are not required to pay dues. However, all members are invited to make an additional contribution to support Team USA Scholarship and, if an honorary member, to the RRDC to help run the club. All this info is on your dues invoice. And thank you.
- If you’re planning to attend the annual RRDC Daytona Dinner, recheck the story at the bottom of the front page for details. Members may bring guests, but we recommend you provide your guests’ names when you register. You may pay at the door, but the tariff will be a touch higher.