Official program for the 14th Annual Rose Cup Road Races June 15 and 16, 1974.
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Saturday, June 15, 1974
7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Registration and Tech Inspection
9:00 a.m. Practice-Group 1
9:25 a.m. Practice-Group 2
9:50 a.m. Practice-Group 3
10:15 a.m. Practice-Group 4 10:35 a.m. Practice-Group 5 11:00 a.m. Practice-Group 6 11:25 a.m. Practice-Group 7 11:50 a.m. Practice-Group 8 12:10 p.m. - 12:40 p.m.
12:40 p.m. Practice-Group 9 1:10 p.m. Practice-Group 10 1:40 p.m. Qualifying-Group 1 2:10 p.m. Qualifying-Group 2 2:40 p.m. Qualifying-Group 3 3:10 p.m. Qualifying-Group 4 3:35 p.m. Qualifying-Group 5 4:05 p.m. Qualifying-Group 6 4:35 p.m. Qualifying-Group 7 5:05 p.m. "Rose Bud" Race No. 1
Regional Group 8 18 Laps
5:40 p.m. "Rose Bud" No. 2 Regional Group 9 18 Laps
6:15 p.m. "Rose Bud" Race No. 3 Regional Group 10 18 Laps
Sunday, June 16, 1974
7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Registration and Tech Inspection
9:00 a.m. Qualifying-Group 1 x:25 a.m. Qualifying-Group 2 9:50 a.m. Qualifying-Group 3 10:15 a.m. Qualifying-Group 4 10:40 a.m. Qualifying-Group 5 11:05 a.m. Qualifying-Group 6 11:30 a.m. Qualifying-Group 7 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Porsche Club Parade Capri Club Parade Arrival of Rose Festival Queen and Court Opening Ceremonies, 14th Annual Rose Cup Races
1:00 p.m. National Race No. 1 Race Group 1 18 Laps
1:40 p.m. National Race No. 2 Race Group 2 18 Laps
2:20 p.m. National Race No. 3 Race Group 3 18 Laps
3:00 p.m. National Race No. 4 Race Group 4 18 Laps
3:40 p.m. National Race No. 5 THE QUEEN'S CUP Race Group 5 18 Laps
4:20 p.m. National Race No. 6 Race Group 6 18 Laps
5:00 p.m. National Race No. 7 THE ROSE CUP Race Group 7 18 Laps
5:45 p.m. Awards Ceremonies
RACE OFFICIALS AND CHIEFS
CHIEF STEWARD _______________ Tom Welch
OPERATING STEWARDS __________ Ray Altman
ASS'T CHIEF STEWARD/SAFETY Wayne Trenary SCCA NATIONAL OBSERVER AND
CHAIRMAN OF STEWARDS ________ Ted Jackson
STEWARDS OF THE MEET _____ Glen Wilhelm
Stan Bennett Bud Bohrer
RACE OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Dick Coffman
DRIVER REGISTRAR ____________ Logan Gray
WORKER REGISTRAR _________ Joyce Erickson
CONTEST DIRECTOR _____________ Tom Luking
STARTER _______________________ Tom Shea
Course Marshal _______________ Ray Savage
Grid Marshal __________________ Ross Todd
Turn Marshal _________________ Bob Amens
Tech. Inspector _______________ Gary Long
Ch. Timing & Scoring ________ Bob Arkes
Ch. Communications ____________ Pat Jahn
Ch. Race Physician ..... John Gorman, M.D.
Race Control (Emergency) Don Jackson, R.E.
Pit & Paddock Marshal _______ Jim Wagner
Ch. Field Communications _ Stephen Roan
Chief Firemen _______________ J. Greulich
Race Groups 1 through 7 include Showroom Stock Sedans and Showroom Stock Sports Cars, plus Formula, Production, Sedan and Sports/Racing Cars competing in the "Rose Cup" Races for National Championship points.
Race Groups 8 through 10 include Regional cars competing in the Restricted Regional "Rose Bud" races.
Group 1 - SSS & SSSC
Group 2 — Formula Vee
Group 3 — Formula A-B-C-Super Vee Group 4 — F-G-H-Production, C Sedan,
C Sports/Racing Group 5 — Formula Ford Group 6 — C-D-E Production, B Sedan,
Group 7 — A-B Production, A Sedan,
Group 8 — Regional Formula A-B-C,
Super Vee, Formula Ford Group 9 — Regional F-G-H Production,
Group 10— Regional A-B Production,
A Sedan, A-B Sports/Racing
Cars may be identified by Category/Class markings on sides.
For example: Formula Ford-FF, A Production-A/P, B Sedan-B/S, etc.
Also see entry list elsewhere in program.
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL
ASSOCIATION ROSE CUP COMMITTEE
Robert Ames, Chairman ...First National Bank Mel Carpenter, Vice-Chairman Georgia-Pacific
Roger Burpee ....... Pacific Diesel Power Co.
Charles Carter .... Cole, Clark & Cunningham
Dale Christiansen ___ Portland Park Bureau
Everett Jones ____ Portland General Electric
Ralph Scolatti ___ Junior Achievement, Inc.
Fred Stickel, Sr. _______ Oregonian-Journal
THE CITY OF
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
May 14, 1974
NEIL GOLDSCHMIDT MAYOR
1220 S. W. FIFTH AVE.
PORTLAND, OR. 97204 503 248 -4120
As the Mayor of Portland, I am pleased to congratulate the participants and welcome the spectators of this year's Rose Restival Races.
I am confident that the hard work of Park Bureau Personnel and sport car enthusiasts of all ages will make this 14th consecutive running of these races the most successful and enjoyable year in the history of this event.
My sincere best wishes.
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PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION
10 SOUTHWEST ASH STREET ■ PORTLAND, OREGON 97204 • PHONE 227-2681
On behalf of the entlae Association, may I extend t/ie MVuneit po-A-AZbZe wieZcome to tlie 7974 Ro^e Cup Road Race*.
TLA yeaa, the 14th annual aunning of the. oldest and laagest continuing event on the. West Coast, should be blggea and bettea than evea. Oua thanks to the effoats of the Ro^e Cap Committee; Oaegon Region, Spools Cao Club of Ameoica; and hundaeds of votunleeos, all of whom have woaked foa months to make the aaces moae enjoyable foa the spectatoas as well as foa the paallclpanlA.
The Restival Association is paoud to be a posit of this effoat. We would hike to extend special thanks to the City of Po attend and the management of Poattend lnteanatlonat Raceway, the only facility of its type successfully operated by a municipality.
Thank you foa being heae. May this weekend of auto aaclng be as fulfilling foa you as it Is foa us.
Hillman Lueddemann, Ta. Paesldent
Hillman Lueddemann, Jr. President
Robert Hazen Vice President
Larry Campbell Secretary
Robert Ames Treasurer
Clayton W. Hannon Executive Manager
Manley Bakkensen Mrs. Jack (Gwen) Burns Mel Carpenter Dale Christiansen
Raymond Conkling Daniel Crotty Robert Dwyer, Jr. Stewart Eakin Gordon Hoy Dave Johnson Ralph Johnson Rollin Killoran William Love William MacGibbon Wally Mold Guy Mount, Jr. William Pigott Wes Radford James Robb Richard Ross George Rouches Ralph Scolatti Don Smith Richard Stetson, Jr. Dudley Strain Jack Wagner
ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Albert Bullier, Jr.
Roger P. Burpee
Mrs. Pat Colwell
Mrs. Harrison (Junna) Elliott
C. Hal Silver
Fred Stickel, Sr.
HONORARY DIRECTORS Henry Baldridge Herb Ballin, Jr.
Floyd Bennett William Boone Edward Casey Don Chapman Franz Drinker Robert Eaton Robert Franklin George Freck Webb Harrington Ben Hazen George Henderson Howard Holman Harold Kelley Hillman Lueddemann, Sr. Walter W. R. May William Moore Chester Moores James Rathbun Clyde Richardson George Schoeffel James Simmons Harold Weiss
Neil Goldschmidt Mayor
Jim Culbertson Royal Rosarians
James Payne Rose Society
Leland H. Johnson
Chamber of Commerce
Robert W. Blanchard Superintendent Portland School District #7
Tom McCall Governor
DIRECTORS AT LARGE
C. P. Keyser
66th Annual Rose Festival June 7th thru June 16th, 1974, Portland, Oregon
Fourteen Years !
IT’S BEEN A LONG, ENJOYABLE TIME
By Robert Ames, Chairman, Rose Festival Association Race Committee
Fourteen years! There are a lot of us who have been involved in racing at PIR since its inception that find it difficult to believe we’ve been around this scene that long. The Rose Festival Association is singularly proud of being the sponsor of the track’s oldest event — the Rose Cup Races.
As you look around on race day, you’ll notice many improvements that have taken place
during the past year, including the marvelous new Blitz Tower and one at the start/finish line donated by KGW. The city has built us two fine new combination concession/restroom facilities and has undertaken many more improvements of a less obvious nature during the winter months.
My Rose Cup Race Committee has found it a pleasure to work with our new track manager, Dale LaFollette, during the past year and we want to express particular thanks to Ron Maynard of the Park Department, as well as Dale Christiansen, Superintendent of Parks for the City of Portland.
I’ll admit to you now that many of us on the Rose Festival’s Board had grave doubts about whether or not we’d be racing at all this summer as a result of the recent gas crisis!
You are participating this weekend in one of the largest amateur auto racing events in the nation. We have expanded our program this year to include a Restricted Regional Race featuring the most popular classes of cars. Hopefully, in future years, this will make the Saturday portion of our program even more of a show.
Thanks for being with us this weekend. It’s truly your continued support over the years that has made PIR and the Rose Cup Races the successes they are.
SHOWROOM STOCK RACING
Newest of the Sports Car Club of America’s racing classes are those for Showroom Stock Sedans and Showroom Stock Sports Cars. Almost literally, these vehicles are raced just as they come from the dealer, with no options allowed. The only modifications permitted are those made for safety purposes such as installation of roll bars and safety harnesses, removal of hubcaps and taping of headlights. Rear seats cannot be removed, nor can mufflers. Numbers and advertising must be removable.
SS Sedans must cost less than $3000 and include such models as Pinto, Vega, Datsun 1200 & 610, Dodge Colt, Fiat 124, Honda Civic, Mazda 808, Opel 1900, Plymouth Cricket, Renault R12, VW Super Beetle and Beetle, Saab 96, Subaru 1400 Sedan & GL Coupe, Toyota Corolla and Corona.
SS Sports cars include Fiat 124, MGB & MGB GT, MG Midget, Opel GT, Porsche 914/4, Triumph GT-6 Mk. Ill, Triumph Spitfire 1500, VW Karmann Ghia.
Cars in both categories must be produced in a minimum of 5000 units to be eligible.
Presently, the Showroom Stock cars do not compete for national points, and must race by themselves, but this new category provides an outlet for growing numbers of race enthusiasts who want to test their skill and cars on a course more suitable than city streets or country roads. And, they’re fun to watch!
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D.F. JACKSON REGIONAL EXECUTIVE
The officers, directors and members of Oregon Region, Sports Car Club of America again extend a warm welcome to all racing fans attending the Fourteenth Annual Rose Cup national championship points race. We are delighted you are here, and appreciate your support and enthusiasm for one of America's fastest growing sports, automobile road racing.
A new race program has been added this year, called the Rose Bud races. These are races for Regional championship points, open to drivers not only from SCCA, but also those holding FIA and ICSCC senior licenses. A Restricted Regional race is one in which only selected classes compete, and the Rose Bud races will be run on Saturday. Only National licensed drivers will be competing Sunday in the Rose Cup.
All Oregon Region races this year will be run in compliance with the limitations set by the National Motorsports Committee and approved by the Federal Energy Office to conserve fuel. In addition, Oregon Region has cancelled one weekend racing event, scheduled earlier this year.
Race fans will note many fine improvements to Portland International Raceway this year, under the management of Mr. Dale La Follette. Special notice should be given to the new Tower in the pit area, donated by Blitz Weinhard Company and the new Timing and Scoring Building at Start/Finish donated by KGW-TV. The sincere appreciation of all motorsports organizations using PIR goes to these fine Oregon corporations for their support and encouragement of the sport we love.
We hope you enjoy the Rose Cup and Rose Bud races this year, and that you will come back again and again. Oregon Region, S. C. C. A. racing program for the remainder of the year includes a Regional race July 20-21 and the Oregon Grand Prix national race,
August 24-25, both to be held here at PIR.
Thank you for being with us.
SCCA RACING CAR
All of the cars that compete in SCCA club racing events fall into four general categories. Within these categories the cars are divided into 23 separate competition classes.
Pure racing cars — open-wheel, single-seat machines similar to but slightly different than international formulas 1, 2 and 3.
CLASSES: A — 5-liter (Up to 400 cubic inches), production based, engines as
well as supercharged 3-liter (183 c.i.) racing engines.
B — Modified 1600 cc (98 c.i.), production-based engines.
C — Modified 1100 cc (67 c.i.) engines.
Formula F — 1600 cc (98 c.i.) Ford Cortina Capri/Pinto engines only, with limited modifications.
Formula Vee — Based on VW components, VW steering, gear box, suspension and wheels. Extremely popular with competitors as they are inexpensive and closely matched.
Formula Super Vee — Based on VW 1600 cc (104 c.i.) engines. Less restrictive than Formula Vee.
Mass-produced sports sedans with rear seat passenger carrying capacity that are recognized by SCCA. Cars ranging from Mustangs to Minis race in engine size classes. In classes B, C, D performance within a class is equalized by keying car weight to engine displacement so that cars with smaller engines compete at a lighter weight.
CLASSES: A — 2500 cc to 5000 cc (153 c.i. to 305 c.i.).
B — 1300 cc to 2500 cc (79 c.i. to 153 c.i.).
C — under 1300 cc (to 79 c.i.).
Note: See Page 6
Mass-produced sports cars ranging from Sting Ray to Sprite. These cars resemble showroom cars but are permitted some modifications, largely in the interests of safety and parts life. Cars are classified by performance, not engine size, which offers more and better racing for a larger variety of models, including many out of production.
CLASSES: A through H, in descending order of performance.
Note: See Page 6
CATEGORY: Sports Racing
Automobiles designed for road racing that compete according to engine size. They have two seats and four fenders but are very stark in fittings. They are also known as FIA Group 7 cars and range from V-8 powered McLarens and Lolas to one-of-a-kind home-built specials with motorcycle engines. They offer probably the best opportunity in racing for individual ingenuity in auto design.
CLASSES: A — over 2000 cc (122 c.i. up).
B — 1300 cc to 2000 cc (79 c.i. to 122 c.i.).
C — 850 cc to 1300 cc (52 c.i. to 79 c.i.).
D — up to 850 cc (52 c.i.).
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINT STANDINGS NORTH PACIFIC DIVISON, SCCA May 1, 1974
The June 15-16 Rose Cup Nationals are the second 1974 championship races in the Sports Car Club of America’s North Pacific Division counting toward driver points. Additionally some drivers have gone out of the division to race in Southern California and Arizona.
Another National Championship points race, The Oregon Grand Prix, will be held here August 24-25.
This weekend spectators will see a number of current and former national champion drivers in action, including San Francisco’s Lee Mueller and Salem’s Mike Eyerly, both long-time favorites of Portland fans.
As one of six events in the North Pacific Division counting toward national points, the Rose Cup races will go far toward determining who is invited to the national run-offs at Atlanta, Georgia in November. Keep your eyes on those listed below, as well as many others for whom the Rose Cup is the first of this year’s Nationals. SCCA offers the ONLY full nationwide program in sports car racing from which a true NATIONAL Champion can emerge. This is sports car road racing at its very best.
Abbreviations: SF—San Francisco Region, NW— Northwest Region, Ore.—Oregon Region. ‘Indicates points earned out of driver’s home division.
Dave Schwafel, S.F., Corvette, 9 Dick Workman, S.F., Cobra, 4*
Gary Carlen, S.F., Corvette, 9
Michael Meek, S.F., Corvette, 6 C PRODUCTION:
Walt Maas, S.F., Datsun 260Z, 9 John Bucks, S.F., TR-6, 4 Dave Chidester, S.F., Datsun 240Z, 3 D PRODUCTION:
Lee Mueller, S.F., Jensen-Healey, 9 Bob Shelton, S.F., Datsun 2000 6*
Hap Richardson, S.F., Jaguar, 4 Daryl Hale, Ore., TR-GT 6, 1 E PRODUCTION:
Terry Visger, S.F., MGB, 18*
Steve Kirby, S.F., Porsche, 9
Lee Mueller, S.F., MGB, 9*
Ernie Tenderich, S.F., Porsche, 4*
Jim Kilpatrick, S.F., Porsche, 4*
Hardy Prentice, S.F., TR-3, 2 Jerry Slick, S.F., MGB, 1 F PRODUCTION:
H. B. Luginbuhl, S.F., Alfa Romeo, 12* Tom Tuttle, S.F., MG Midget, 9 Steve Froines, S.F., Spitfire, 9*
Pat Casey, S.F., MG Midget, 6 Mike Mirk, S.F., Spitfire, 4*
Louis Ghilardi, S.F., Volvo, 2 G PRODUCTION:
Jeremiah Brown, S.F., Alfa, 27*
Tide Ebding, S.F., Spitfire, 10*
Lee Mueller, S.F., Spitfire, 9*
Stan Laskin, S.F., Spitfire, 6 Ray Avina, S.F., Spitfire, 4 Terry Barnard, S.F., Spitfire, 3*
Lance Bonham, S.F., Spitfire, 2*
Dennis Stange, S.F., Spitfire, 1*
John Fauil, S.F., Sprite, 15*
Todd Wheeler, S.F., Sprite, 9
Dave Arken, S.F., Sprite, 6
John Snyder, S.F., Sprite, 2
Joe Chamberlain, Ore., Camaro, 9 John Bauer, S.F., Javelin, 6*
Rob McFarlin, S.F., Datsun 510, 9 Jon Norman, S.F., Alfa Romeo, 6 Gerry Murch, Ore., Datsun 510, 2 Pete Mills, N.W., Opel, 2*
Mario Gardin, S.F., Volvo 122S, 1
Jim Hensel, S.F., Datsun 1200, 18* Dave Rugh, S.F., Escort, 8*
Doug Barbour, Ore., Datsun 1200, 6 Steve White, S.F., Austin, 3 Doug Peterson, S.F., Escort, 2*
Bill Overhauser, S.F., McLaren, 15*
R. L. Terrell, S.F., Drilling Spl., 6 Dick Workman, S.F., McLaren, 4 Dick McGovern, S.F., McLaren, 4*
Terry Herman, S.F., Genie, 3 Larry Stephens, S.F., Corvette, 2 Norman Jenks, S.F., McLaren, 1 B SPORTS/RACING:
Bobby Fisher, S.F., Chevron, 9*
Harold Kirberg, S.F., KK 2, 9 Jack Blake, S.F., Elva, 3 Art Siri, Jr., S.F., Elva, 2 D SPORTS/RACING:
Norm Hart, S.F., Honda, 6 FORMULA A:
Don Inferrera, S.F., Lola T 142, 15* Merle Brennan, Reno, Matich, 9 FORMULA B:
Jon Milledge, S.F., GRD 273, 9 Bill Cooper, S.F., March, 9*
Robert Hall, S.F., March, 6 Gordon Strom, S.F., Brabham, 4 Archie Snider, S.F., GRD B73, 3* Courtney Rood, S.F., Brabham, 2 Steve Jizmagian, S.F., March, 2*
Ron Southern, S.F., Brabham, 1 FORMULA FORD:
Richard Shirvey, S.F., ADF II, 11*
Marty Loft, N.W., Titan Mk 6, 6 Bill Pugh, S.F., Dulon MP 15 B, 4 Eddie Miller, N.W., Hawke, 4*
Dale Elmer, Ore., Lola, 3*
Tom Wiechmann, N.W., ADF, 2*
Don Pepperdene, S.F., LeGrand, 2* FORMULA SUPER VEE:
Robert Boyd, Ore., Lola 252, 15*
Dick Zibert, S.F., Lola, 6 FORMULA VEE:
Larry Wilson, S.F., Zink, 6
Brent Miller, S.F., Lynx, 4
Richard Renard, S.F., Renson Fox, 3
Paul Johnson, S.F., Zink, 2
John Duttera, S.F., Autodynamics, 1
Dale H. La Follette Jr.
West Delta Park 1940 North Victory Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97217
Telephone 503 285-6635
Dear Racing Fans,
It is a great pleasure for me to once again welcome you to the Portland International Raceway. The occasion of the 14th Annual Rose Cup Races is a very happy one for the City of Portland.
The past few years have seen outstanding growth at Portland International Raceway as a result of the joint efforts of the Rose Festival Association and the Portland Park Bureau. This year we have had the pleasure of adding to the facility permanent improvements in the form of restrooms and concession accommodations. We received with great pride from Blitz Weinhard the splendid new tower, which we know will add to your enjoyment for many years to come.
In behalf of the Mayor and the City Commissioners, I wish to express our thanks to each of you for your support of the Bureau of Parks and Recreation in this unique endeavor, for it is your enjoyment and use of Portland International Raceway that continue to make it a valuable addition to our City.
The 1974 racing season promises to be a memorable one, and we hope that you will not only enjoy this Rose Cup Race, but will return to Portland International Raceway often.
Bureau of Parks and Public Recreation City of Portland Francis J. Ivancie, Commissioner of Parks Dale R. Christiansen, Superintendent of Parks
PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY length 1.95 miles
(REGIONAL) FORMULA VEE
8 FV 10 FV 17 FV
29 FV 38 FV 48 FV 73 FV
Mel Kemper/Tacoma, Wn Bill McDougall/Renton, Wn Robert Scheib/Richland, Wn Tim Schnell/Portland Richard Jahn/Springfield, 0 Jerry Thorpe/Tacoma, Wn John Bohning/Albany, Or Roger Phillips/Portland Kenn Kawahara/Seattle, Wn Larry Martinez/Toledo, Wn Mike Hutchins/Puyallup, Wn
REGION CAR/SPONSOR_______ ___________________
' ICSCC Leech/Pizza Baron & The Paint Shoppe
NW Lynx/Fred Kraft’s German-British Cars
NW Dee-Vee/Bruce's 76 & Motorcars Unltd.
NW Shelby Spl/Valley Tavern & Thorpe Mtr. Oregon Formcar/
NW Autodynamics Mk III/
NW Zink/Kendall Oil & Lubricants Inc.
(NATIONAL) FORMULA A, B, C, SUPER VEE
# CL COLOR
0 FSV Yellow
1 FA Red
3 FC Vftii/Blu
4 FB Red
5 FB White
6 FA Red
7 FSV Yellow
9 FSV Black
12 FB Red/Yel
14 FA Blue
15 FA Red/Org
16 FA Black
26 FB White
27 FSV White
30 FC Blue
31 FB Black
32 FC Blue
37 FB Blue
39 FC Blue
44 FC White
47 FB Yellow
61 FB White
64 FSV Blue
65 FA Yellow
91 FB Red
3 FV Blue
4 FV Blue
7 FV White
11 FV Whi/Blu
13 FV Blue
23 FV White
31 FV Blu/Whi
34 FV Red
37 FV Blue
39 FV Grn/Yel
60 FV Gold
73 FV Red
77 FV Silver
0 FP Black
1 SSS Grey
2 SSS Orange
3 GP White
4 CS White
6 FP Brown
7 FP Yellow
8 FP Blue
9 SSS Red
Robert Boyd/Canby, Or Oregon
Monte Shelton/Portland Oregon
Bob Austin/Santa Rosa, Ca SF
Steve Jizmagian/San Francisco SF Tom Foster/Modesto, Ca SF
Ron Householder/Portland Oregon
Phil Krueger/Novato, Ca SF
Wallace Farrell/San BernardinoCSCC
Tom Crowther/Kentfield, Ca Don Inferrera/Oakland, Ca Bill Baker/Pismo Beach, Ca Merle Brennan/Reno, Nevada Larry Walters/Tacoma, Wn Gordon Hook/Portland Mike Gilbert/Redmond, Wn Mike Rocke'/Livermore, Ca Gary Jon Shaffer/Beaverton Olney B. Mairs/Malibu, Ca Rodger J. Lang/Portland Terry Annis/Kent, Wn Gerry Bruihl/Sausalito, Ca Don Breidenbach/Oakland, Ca Max Schowengerdt/Azusa, Ca Jim Mullins/Portland Bob Tracy/Hillsboro, Or (NATIONAL) FORMULA VEE NAME/TOWN
SF SF CSCC Reno NW
Don Barnhart/Kent, Wn NW
Brent Milner/Salinas, Ca SF Mel Kemper/Tacoma, Wn NV/ Fred DiLorenzo/Longview, Wn SF Carl von Doymi/Greenbrae, Ca SF Phillip Rendahl/Redding, Ca SF Jerry Anderson/Bellevue, Wn NW Larry Wilson/Sacramento, Ca SF John Downing/Portland
Ted Rugala/Mountain View, Ca SF Stan Townes/Santa Clara, Ca SF Mike Hutchins/Puyallup, Wn NW Fred Eagan/Tacoma, Wn NW
Lola/Check Point Motors Ltd.
Brabham BT-40-BDD Ford/The Job Shop Cal Formula Royale/Campbell Transport Lola/
March/City of Hope Nat’l Medical Ctr. Lola T-142 Chev/D & A Racing Lola Chev 302/
Matich Ford/Merle Brennan Automotive Brabham BT-29/Formula America Hawke/Riviera Motors & Wynn's & Valvol. Lotus Cosworth/
Lotus 35/PMR Engineering Ltd.
Lotus Ford/Shaffer Engineering
Brabham BT-2l/Rose City Uph/Cathay Rst. Brabham Ford/
Winkelman Datsun/Camino Datsun, Snyvl. March Ford/D.L.B. Industries RCA Venture/Olympia Brewing Company KendallOil McLaren/Kendall/SpringerEng. March 722/The Job Shop, Ltd.
Lynx/Fred Kraft's German-British Cars Kellison/
Zink/Carl von Doymi Racing Kwikseat/Bousfield Engineering/Kwikseefc Zink/Bay City Trading Co.
Oregon Lynx/Law & Sons Plumbing
AD Mk 5B/Larry's Bug Shop, Mt. View,Ca Zink/Anderson-Behel, Inc.
Zink/Kendall Oil/Lubricants Inc. Reichmark/
(NATIONAL) F, G, H PRODUCTION; C SEDAN; D SPORTS-RACING
SHOWROOM STOCK SEDAN; SHOWROOM STOCK SPORTS CAR
Tom Tuttle/San Bruno, Ca
REGION ' SF---
11 SSSC Orange
12 HP White
13 DSR Yellow
16 GP Blue
17 CS Purple
19 CS Yellow
21 GP Blu/Whi
22 FP Red
25 GP Blue
27 HP DkBlue
31 HP ’White
37 HP Gia/Whi
44 GP White
47 GP Yellow
52 CS Yellow
55 HP Blue
56 HP Red
63 FP Blue
66 SSSC Brown
69 SSS Blu/Blk
71 SSSC White
72 CS Red
75 HP Yellow
77 SSSC White
79 GP Yellow
81 GP Blue
83 FP Green
84 HP Blue
97 CS Org/Whi
99 GP Lime
# CL COLOR
0 RF Blk/Chr
1 FF Orange
2 FF Blue
3 FF White
5 FF Blue
7 FF Yellow
10 FF White
11 FF Yellow
14 FF Orange
17 FF White
19 FF Orange
20 FF Black
22 FF R/W/B
23 FF White
24 FF White
25 FF Blue
28 FF Blue
Al Sims/Tacoma, Wn NW
Rob DeLaMare/Everett, Wn NV/
Bill Wilson/Gresham, Or Oregon
Hal Roren/Portland Oregon
H. B. LuginBuhl/San Rafael,Ca SF
Al James/Portland Oregon
Steve Froines/Lafayette, Ca SF
Syd Hall, Jr./Tacoma, Wn NV/
Len Marcel/Lake Oswego, Or Jerry Stephens/Klamath Falls Bill Erickson/Boring, Or H. Tide Ebding/Walnut Creek,CaSF Roger Jobs/Seattle, Wn
Jim Hensel/Redwood City, Ca Del Hoffman/Renton, Wn R. Jann Helzer/Tacoma, Wn Ralph Coleman/Portland Lee Lembkie/Tillamook, Or Paul Reichardt/Petaluma, Ca John S. Mahall/Santa Rosa, Ca SF J.W."Bill" Harris/Gladstone,OrOregon Joseph Hauser/Roy, Utah SF
Locke deBretteville/Woodside,Ca SF Bill Haener/San Carlos, Ca SF Larry Randall/Lake Oswego, Or Oregon Doug Avery/Oakland, Ca SF
Garry Garber/Seattle, Wn NW
W.W."Bill"Halsey Jr/Portland Oregon T. Green/Vashon, Wn NV/
John Downing/Portland Oregon
Tom Foster/Modesto, Ca SF
Steven Norgaard/Seattle, Wn NV/
Tom Luking/Portland Oregon
Terry Barnard/Sunnyvale, Ca SF Patrick Casey/Kentfield, Ca SF H. Toad Wheeler/West Linn, Or SF Doug Barbour/Portland, Or Oregon
Jeremiah Brown/Oakland, Ca SF
(NATIONAL) FORMULA FORD
NAME/TOWN ___________________ REGION
Ray Zwahlen/Portland Oregon
Don Meek/Mercer Island, Wn NW
Gary Van Horn/Winslow, Wn NW
Pierre Phillips/Portland Oregon
Marty Loft/Tacoma, Wn NW
Steve Cook/Novato, Ca CSCC
Jim Norlin/Portland Oregon
Jack Scher/Seattle, Wn NW
John Black/Portland Oregon
Ed Kitzmiller/Fullerton, Ca CSCC
Bob Earl/San Rafael, Ca CSCC
Bob Blackwood/Sausalito, Ca SF
Arnie Loyning/Portland Oregon
Dale M. Elmer/Portland Oregon
Peter Darr/Government Camp, OrOregon
Dean Roberts/Portland Oregon
Jerry DeJager/Portland Oregon
Triumph Spitfire/Parkrose Auto Supply Alfa Romeo/
Alfa Romeo/Rubber Chicken Racing Datsun/
Triumph Spitfire/Kal Auto Transport Ford Pinto/
Austin Healey Sprite/TYCO
Wedono/Wescott Auto/Powroll Perform. Triumph Spitfire/The Last Turn,Berkel^ Austin Cooper S/TYCO, Lynnwood, Wn. Datsun 1200/
A-H Sprite/Coast-to-Coast Store, Til. A-H Sprite/Crites Trucking/R.Duck Farm A-H Sprite/Spridget Specialists Triumph Spitfire/Team Tobi
Alfa Romeo GTA/
A-H Sprite/Specialized Imports/Sellers A-H Sprite/Dan Hall's 6 Point Automtv. Alfa Romeo/Rubber Chicken Racing Triumph Spitfire/TYCO
Honda Civic/Oregon City Honda
MGB/Aerosport Flying Club/Spinnaker Rt. Audi Fox/Porsche Audi Northwest A-H Sprite/
Opel 77 GT/Veloce Tires
Triumph Spitfire/Colvin Racing Engines Triumph Spitfire/TNT Automotive Mach. MG Midget/Mufflers Unlimited
Hanna Sprite/Hanna Industries
Datsun/Ger-Brock/Heinrich Datsun Alfa Romeo/Mouse Engineering
Titan Mk6A/Marv Zwahlen Motors
Lola/Elmer's Colonial Pancake House Titan/Olympia Brewing/Mr.Rags/Kendall CalFormula Royale/Campbell Transport Titan Mk5/Norlin Racing
Crossle/Burien Imports/Quaker State Titan Mk6A/Win, Inc.
Royale/Bondurant School/Huffaker Eng. Lola T-340/
Titan/Empire Auto Body Lola T-340/Elmer's Pancakes Racing Lola/Elmer's Colonial Pancake House Titan Mk6/Walt & Jackie Gamble Lola T-340/Coletti International
GROUP V (CONTINUED)
31 FF Red
33. FF Black
34 FF Blue
35 FF Orange
37 FF Red
38 FF Red
43 FF Black
50 FF Blue
63 FF White
64 FF Black
71 FF Red
74 FF Yellow
75 FF Brgndy
94 FF White
99 FF Black
5 BS Whi/Blu .
11 EP Silver
13 CP Magenta
14 EP Vvhite
18 EP R/W/B
26 EP Yellow
33 CSR Red
34 DP White
37 BS Org/Blu
40 DP Black
41 CSR Silver
43 DP Black
49 CP Blu/whi
51 BS Blu/Tsl
52 BS White
58 BS Lim/Blu
60 CP Blue
64 BS Black
69 CSR Gold
70 BS Yellow
86 CP Black
92 CSR Red/Whi
98 BS Org/Whi
3 ASH Blue
9 AP White
16 BP White
17 AP Blu/Whi
21 BP Blu/Blk
26 BP Blu/Whi
33 AP R/W/B
37 AS Black
39 BSR Blk/Whi
57 ASR Whi/Yel
64 BSR Whi/Blu
72 ASR Grn/Blu
76 AS White
77 ASR White
Steve Nichols/Murray, Utah ST Merlyn MkllA/
Fred Drogemueller/Fruitland,NMRioGrande Titan/
Kelly Clark/Portland Oregon Titan/Quality Signs
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Lola T-340/U-Store Garages
Lola/Tom Gloy Racing Sales/GardnerCars
Titan Mk6C/Anderson Auto Parts/TriCity
Elden MklO/Griffo Import Parts,Corval.
Dulon Mkl5B/lnternational Racing Stab.
Oregon Titan Mk8/Crawford Logging ' “ ADF II/
K.R.B./Dominion Construction Oregon Titan Mk6C/Olympia Brewery Oregon Titan Mk6C/The Carnival Restaurant
Vic Munsen/Seattle, Wn Tom Wiechmann/Kent, Wn Tom Gloy/Walnut Creek, Ca Rob Kolowich/Mountain View,Ca SF Charles Samuelson/San Jose,Ca SF Bill Pugh/Lafayette, Ga SF
Ted Spitaleri/Sacramento, Ca SF Donald Crawford/Molalla, Or Richard Shirey/Huntington Bch,Ca SF H. T. Sauerbrei/Fresno, Ca CSCC Graeme Cameron/Vancouver, B.C.NW George Sabin/Oregon City, Or John F. Ransom Jr./Portland
C, D, E PRODUCTION; B SEDAN; C SPORTS RACING (NATIONAL)
Mike Rockett/Edmonds, Wn NV?
Terry Visger/San Rafael, Ca SF John Bucks/Santa Clara, Ca SF Hardy Prentice/San Francisco SF Garry Small/Portland Oregon
Larry Walters/Tacoma, Wn NW
Jan LaBell/Olympia, 'Wn NW
Daryl Hale/Klamath Falls, Or Oregon Bob Finn/Santa Maria, Ca SF
Frank C. Joyce/Salinas, Ca SF Dave Leeson/Sunnyvale, Ca SF Lee Mueller/Lynwood, Ca SF
Dave Chidester/Sacramento,Ca SF Mario Gardin/Larkspur, Ca SF Ed Parks/Seattle, Wn NW
Jon Norman/Oakland, Ca SF
Jim Whitaker/Mountlk Terr, Wn NW
Triumph Vitesse/TYCO Foreign AutoParts
MGB/International Imports, Salem, Or. Triumph TR6/Castrol Oil/P.R.C.
Triumph TR3/Super Modifications, Ltd. Volvo P1800/lmport Service Center Opel GT/ MORE Opel
Phox/Bob Bickers Import Car Service Triumph GT6/TYC0 Datsun/CSR Racing
Datsun 2000/Vacilando Racing Enter. Gardner Alfa/Race Car Measurements Jensen-Healey/Huffaker Engineering Datsun 240Z/Edgewood Engineering Volvo/C.R.E./Mufflers Unlimited Mazda RX-2/Mazda of Auburn Alfa Romeo/Bostrom-Beren Metal Prod. Datsun 240Z/IMP Warehouse
"Japanese Dasher"/Waverly Datsun Ananse Fiat/Nickel Ads/Crawford Print. Mazda RX-2/Rising Sun Racing Team Porsche 911/Western Porsche-Audi Lotus 23 Ford/
Mike Eyerly/Salem, Or Oregon
W.W."Bill"Halsey Jr/Portland Oregon Bill Harris/Gladstone, Or Oregon Tom Masterson/Great Falls,MontNW Bob Bentler/Seattle, Wn NW
Gerald Murch/Portland Oregon
(NATIONAL) A, B PRODUCTION; A SEDAN; A, B SPORTS RACING
Bill Cuddy/Hidden Hills, Ca
Dick Workman/San Francisco,Ca SF
Guy Guttadauro/Davis, Ca SF
Rick Stark/Bellevue, Wn NW
Ed Ruiz/Livermore, Ca SF
Frank L. Leary III/San Jose,CaSF Tom Hendrickson/Portland Oregon
Ted Mathey/Clackamas, Or Oregon
Rainer Neumann/Belmont, Ca SF
Loren St.Lawrence/Salem, Or Oregon
Monte Shelton/Portland Oregon
Mike Eyerly/Salem, Or Oregon
Terry Herman/S.Lake Tahoe, Ca SF
Joe Chamberlain/Tigard, Or Oregon
Richard Raymond/Novato, Ca SF
McLaren dhev/Zlg Zag Smoking Papers
AC Cobra 427/Super Auto Body, S.F. Shelby GT350/
Corvette/Fibrefix, Redmond, Wn. Corvette 350/Sharon Ruiz Shelby/San Jose Crane & Rigging Shelby GT350/
Ford Boss 302/B. Mowry
Chevron BMW/Veys Realty/Jantzen Bkpg. McLaren Chev/Hanna Industries Porsche 910/Continental Porsche Audi Genie 350/Shehadi Motors/Tahoe Music Camaro/Arrow Heating Company Lola T-163/Fidelity Savings
(REGIONAL) FORMULA A, B, C, SUPER VEE, FORD
1 FF Orange
3 FF Grn/Gld
4 FF Orange
5 FB White
6 FA Red
7 FSV Yellow
10 FF White
15 FA Red/Org
16 FF Whi/Org
17 FF Rainbow
25 FF Blue
26 FF Blue
27 FSV White
31 FF Red
33 FF Black
35 FF Orange
36 FF White
44 FC White
47 FB Yellow
51 FF Yel/Org
61 FB White
64 FSV Blue
65 FF Eed/Blk
68 FB Blu/Whi
75 FF Brgndy
76 FF Black
77 FA Yellow
91 FB Red
98 FF Crimson
99 FF Orange
# CL COLOR
7 FP Yellow
17 GP Black
18 FP Orange
20 GP Blue
22 FP Red
25 GP Blue
27 HP Blue
29 GP Brgndy
30 FP Black
38 CS Blue
45 FP Blu/Whi
54 FP Blue
62 FP R/W/B
72 CS Red
75 HP Yellow
80 GP Blu/Whi
84 HP Blue
97 CS Org/Whi
7 BP Org/Blu
10 BSR Whi/Org
17 ASR Gold
89 BP Red/Blk
. REGION CAR/SPONSOR
’ NW Hawk
ICSCC SF SF
Don Meek/Mercer Island.
Ken Kaplan/Davis, Ca Tom Foster/Modesto, Ca Ron Householder/Portland Frank Thomas/Boise, Idaho Jim Norlin/Portland Bill Baker/Pismo Beach, Ca Stan Foley/San Jose, Ca Terry Hinesly/Medford, Or Dean Roberts/Portland Adrian Dyer/Gresham, Or Gordon Hook/Portland Steve Nichols/Murray, Utah Fred Drogemueller/Fruitland,NM RioGrande Titan/
Alexis/Valvoline Oil Co. of Canada Dulon/American Jelly Racing Brabham BT38/
Oregon Brabham BT-40 BDD Ford/The Job Shop Lid SF CalFormula Royale/Campbell Transport Oregon TitanMk5/Norlin Racing
CSCC Lola Chev 302/
Oregon Merlyn Mkl7/Hinesly’s Valley Insurance Oregon Titan Mk6/Walt & Jackie Gamble Oregon Dyer/
Oregon Hawke/Riviera Motors/Wynn’s/Valvoline SF Merlyn MkllA/
Vic Munsen/Seattle, Wn Sans Thompson/Sacramento, Ci Terry Annis/Kent, Wn Gerry Bruihl/Sausalito, Ca Alan Wendler/Milwaukie, Or Don Breidenbach/Oakland, Ca Max Schowengerdt/Azusa, Ca Grant Knowlen/Springfield, Jeffrey Alkana/Azusa, Ca H. T. Sauerbrei/Fresno, Ca George Young/Puyallup, Wn Glenn Brown/Kent, Wn Bob Tracy/Hillsboro, Or J. B. Rogers/Portland G. Roland Selby/Delta, B.C.
NW Caldwell D9B/
SF Caldwell D9/Euro-Asian Imported Parts NW Brabham/
SF ’Winkelmann Datsun/Camino Datsun, Snyvl. Oregon Pallisier/Custom Stamping/Coletti Inti. SF March/D.L.B. Industries
CSCC RCA Venture/Olympia Brewing Company Or Oregon Hawke DL2A/Northgate Texaco
CSCC Brabham BT29/
CSCC Titan Mk6C/
NW Crossle/lmport Auto Electric/Kendall NW McLaren 10B Chev/Auburn Service Oregon March 722/The Job Shop Ltd.
Oregon Lola T340/The Job Shop Ltd.
CASC Winkelmann/G. R. Selby
(REGIONAL) F, G, H PRODUCTION; C SEDAN
A1 James/Portland Oregon
Larry Savio/El Sobrante, Ca. SF
Michael Pratt/Santa Ana, Ca. CSCC
Dick Ullian/Medford, Or Oregon
R. Jann Helzer/Tacoma, Wn NW
Ralph Coleman/Portland Oregon
Fred Lembkie/Tillamook, Or Oregon
Tom English/Portland Oregon
Bill McKnight/Beaverton, Or Oregon
Chris Miller/Seattie, Wn NW
Tom Nelson/Beaverton, Or ICSCC
Ron Denton/Portland ICSCC
Lee Culdice/Bellevue, Wn NW
Win Casey/Portland ICSCC
Joe King/Waterford, Ca ICSCC
Doug Dodd/Campbell, Ca SF
H. Todd Wheeler/West Linn, Or SF Douglas Barbour/Portland Oregon
Triumph Spitfire/Toad Hollow Racing Alfa Romeo/Trans World Enterprises MG Midget/Blue Max Restaurant Sunbeam Alpine/
A-H Sprite/Coast-to-Coast Store, Tilla. Triumph Spitfire/
Lotus 7/Scheer & Stewart Tax Consult. Austin Cooper S
MG Midget/FASPEC/The Paint Shoppe Triumph Spitfire/
Audi Fox/Porsche Audi NW
A-H Sprite/Import Auto Parts Los Gatos Hanna Sprite/Hanna Industries Datsun/Ger-Brock/Heinrich Datsun
(REGIONAL) A, B PRODUCTION; A SEDAN; A, B SPORTS RACING REGION CAR/SPONSOR
Dino Fry/Redwood City, Ca
’ NW Corvette 327/
Oregon Porsche/Hanna Industries SF Corvette/Dino Fry Racing Enterprises
ICSCC Corvette 327/Kissler’s Schwinn Cyclery
“The driver loves racing and he doesn’t want to die. So he uses all of man’s resources and technology to recognize proven safety methods and adopt them, voluntarily, to his chosen sport.”
The above statement is not just one man’s opinion. The sometimes-advanced theory that race drivers have the death wish or are just hell-bent on self destruction couldn’t be more untrue.
In fact, an in-depth psychological study conducted of a cross-section of sports car racing drivers revealed the following:
. . The competition driver appears to be a rather emotionally stable, reserved, intelligent and assertive individual. He tends to be rather tough-minded, self-sufficient, and self-assured. He is controlled, orderly, and self-disciplined ' /ith a low level of anxiety and consequently reacts rather well to stress.”
It follows, then, that men with this type of profile would be responsible for the following safety innovations that have emerged over the past ten years of racing.
In 1956, after the untimely death of their friend Peter Snell in a roll-over accident, a group of California SCCA members decided to find out why he died, and how to prevent similar fatalities. They formed a committee and from this initial effort The Snell Memorial Foundation was incorporated in 1958 to undertake professional research and rate various helmets on the market.
With the help of a grant, and continuing contributions from SCCA and others, intensive testing of production helmet samples was conducted. Under the direction of Dr. George S. Snively entirely new helmet standards were formulated. The data were made available to all interested manufacturers, federal and state agencies, law enforcement bodies and consumer groups. The Foundation’s seal of approval became the SCCA standard. To this date, the seal must appear on each of the thousands of helmets worn in SCCA races, from training sessions to world championships.
In 1966, the SCCA completed a five-year project to sponsor the specifications for helmets. This was submitted to the American Standards Association, U.S. member of the International Organization for Standardization, and standard Z. 90.1 was adopted, providing a level of head gear protection previously unknown in this country. This further standardization had the unanimous approval of an ASA committee which included representatives of helmet manufacturers, insurance companies, testing organizations, National Safety Council, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Departments of the Army and the Navy, and power boating, skiing, karting, cycle and automobile competition organizations.
What started out as a club project by week-end hobbyists has become a world-wide standard under the formal sponsorship of SCCA.
During the mid-sixties, a great deal of attention was given to the kind of clothing a racing driver should wear. The flame-resistance of garments, then required and achieved by dipping cotton in a solution, was being exceeded by synthetic fiber technology. Products were tested and developed to the point where today a driver, wearing underwear of special resistant materials such as DuPont’s Nomex with outer garments of Nomex, glass fiber
or other approved material, can survive direct flame contact for over four minutes. Such combinations are now among the requirements. In addition to the special suits required, drivers must also wear gloves made of leather or Nomex and flame-resistant socks. And, if he has a beard, a driver must wear a face mask of approved material such as Nomex.
In 1960 more specific rules as to the type of lap belt used were incorporated. No longer were the passenger aircraft type of
slip-through belts considered adequate. All cars had to be equipped with quick-release, metal-to-metal buckle, three-inch-wide nylon belts, securely fastened through the floorboards to the frame or equally strong mounting points. Some airlines still use the slip-through belt, known to be inferior to mechanical connections.
In 1967 SCCA continued in this area of safety bv making aircraft-type shoulder harnesses mandatory. These are a far cry from those seen on production automobiles. A racing harness is a double-strap, over-the-shoulder installation and joins the seat belt at a single, quick-release buckle. Required anchorage and installation details cover several paragraphs in the SCCA rule book.
The correctly used shoulder harness is probably the single biggest asset to safety available in the car to-
Safety in Racing
day. In SCCA, racing injuries to the head, chest and upper extremities were reduced to half those when shoulder harnesses were not used.
In 1957, SCCA adopted a Master Insurance Plan for all sanctioned events. It was based on experience and information gathered over a period of years by insurance experts specializing in this form of protection. Because of its flexible design and constant reexamination, the SCCA Master Plan continues to give the broadest and best coverage and benefits to all members and participants in SCCA events.
No SCCA event can go un-insured, and all events, including meetings, hill climbs, rallies, gymkhanas, slaloms and autocrosses, are automatically covered.
This is rarely the case with other sanctioning bodies involved in automotive competition.
The SCCA Master Plan consists of two policies:
1. An Events Liability policy covers injuries to spectators or damage to their property. (Even if you get a bad hotdog and incur expenses for your troubles, you’ll be reimbursed.)
The minimum required coverage pays up to $500,-000 for bodily injury to a spectator. In addition, there is a minimum property damage coverage up to $100,-000. Included in the Events Liability policy is physicians’ malpractice insurance.
2. The second Master policy is for Participant Accident coverage providing indemnity for loss of life, medical reimbursement, and disability income benefits for participants.
The beneficiary automatically receives $5,000 or $10,000 (depending on the type of event) in case of fatality; and, in case of injury, $5,000 or $10,000 of medical expense reimbursement dependent upon limits purchased. In addition, the injured participant receives $50 per week up to 104 weeks if he suffers disability due to an accident.
In all kinds of racing, everywhere in the world, there is some kind of event liability coverage for spectators and property. But SCCA is one of the very few racing organizations, anywhere, which requires the purchase of insurance
Specialized committees within SCCA are constantly at work determining standards for the physical sites that are used for road racing. Each year the Stewards Organization re - inspects each race course and assures the drivers that the conditions under which they are driving are not unduly and stupidly hazardous. If needed, the national course approval committee can step in to assist top local officials. This is. a critical and continuing job, even with established courses. As cars become
faster and designs change, incidents happen more suddenly and with different results. All courses approved for SCCA racing must have barriers of specified designs between the race course and pit area. The protection of spectator areas has its own design standards utilizing distance, barriers, height and terrain.
The re-appraisal of course safety is a continuing task.
The heart of any racing organization is the many hundreds of volunteers behind the scenes ■— the dedicated workers who give of their time and talent to make motor racing the efficient, well organized sport it is in the U.S. today.
All emergencies must, by definition, be handled quickly. The many specialized functions necessary to putting on a race are fulfilled by dedicated, trained, enthusiastic volunteers. Specialties specifically concerned with safety are physicians, technical inspectors who inspect cars, grid marshals, pit stewards, fire fighters, comer workers who flag and communicate, truck crews, etc.
Members with an interest or talent in these areas volunteer their services and are trained and licensed before they can supervise a team. An official SCCA race worker license (there are three grades) is a hard won and much respected document.
As an example, there is a set course of instruction, training period and licensing procedure for a group known in racing as comer workers. These dedicated souls spend their weekends manning flag and communications posts spotted around a racing course.
Their job is to watch the progress of the race, warn drivers via coded flags of any impending danger, communicate everything to and from the chief steward, and be ready to assist with fire fighting and medical equipment. Once the race has started, comer workers are profoundly aware that the prime safety responsibility is theirs. In literally every race, they have the opportunity to prove the trust is in good hands.
to protect its drivers and
by Dick Gilmartin
In the paddock area at each event, a medical-safety team is set up. Before the day’s activities can begin, the following gear and personnel are the recommended minimum.
— Two ambulances fully equipped for accident care
— Two fire trucks equipped to fight chemical, electrical, wood or fabric fires
— Two wreckers equipped with ropes, matting, dolly and hydraulically-operated jacks to bend metal
— Two station wagons equipped with stretchers and basic medical kits
— Pool of reserve station wagons
Medical & Safety Equipment
— First aid station in sheltered area
— Major casualty field kit
— Asbestos gloves and blankets, crow bars, warning horns, distinctive and identifying clothing for personnel
— Physicians actually engaged in active traumatic surgery
— Ambulance crews
— Specially trained wrecker crews
— Crowd control personnel
— Safety steward
All these groups meet before the actual event is to take place and often conduct drills in their respective duties. Using the safety steward, the chief steward explicitly reviews equipment readiness and personnel qualifications. Without this selfless devotion of the “unsung” heroes of automotive competition, racing would not be as safe as it is today. Without question, the most significant role is played by the doctors — the medical profession members who constantly contribute advice and counsel of the most specialized nature, and who stand ready on weekends to devote their professional talents to a sport they love. Entrants’ cars are checked as carefully as the courses they hope to race on. Before a car is allowed on the course, it goes through a rigorous inspection required in SCCA’s general competition rules book to ensure that it has been properly prepared and maintained. Great attention is given to each automotive system, the wiring, brakes, suspension, and firewalls. Mandatory reinforcement and fastening provisions are carefully examined. Special safety fuel tanks are required for many types of cars, generally the highest performance machinery. These consist of rubber bladders constructed of nylon or dacron woven fabric that are impregnated and coated with fuel resistant elastomer and enclosed in a container. The most popular designs meeting the approved standards also include a synthetic foam filler that occupies the interior of the tank. All filler caps, fuel pick-up openings, breather vents and fuel filler lines must be designed and installed so that fuel cannot escape if the car is partially or totally inverted.
Some of the items which cars must have include rollover bars, fire extinguishers, oil catch tanks, mirrors, fixed seat backs and, where it applies, a protective cover around the transmission bell housing called a “scatter shield”.
Poor fabrication or design, poor preparation or inadequate maintenance can and often does mean a rejection by the event’s chief technical inspector. Probably the most stringent safety regulations are those imposed upon the drivers themselves. Not just anyone who has the money and time can go racing. An individual must be a member of SCCA, 18 years old, and pass a physical examination each year.
Driver training starts with classroom and blackboard sessions — capped with a written examination. The novice permit bolder must attend and graduate from at least two SCCA-sanctioned racing drivers’ schools. His log book must show six hours of on-course instruction from instructors who are experienced racers. There are 50 to 70 such schooling sessions held annually and not every school graduates all its students.
Those who graduate go on to a minimum of two low-pressure, regional races on probation where the new race drivers do much more learning than racing. After satisfactory written OKs from observers the student may now apply for a regional competition license, making him an acceptable entrant in any of 100 to 130 regional, weekend events held locally throughout the year.
Most drivers do not stop at the regional license level but aspire to a national competition license. If they pass through their regional race probation period by completing at least four races, they may apply for a national “ticket”. National licenses must be renewed annually. Driver schools conducted bv SCCA for its members throughout the country have been so successful that special sessions have been established for police cadets and sheriff’s deputies.
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COMMUNITY COOPERATION AIDS RACING AT PIR
By Dan Allen
w During the past several years, Portland International Raceway has progressed from an average, fun-type facility to one of the finest installations of its type in the country.
Today, PIR stands virtually alone as a debt-free, able-to-pay-its-own-way, plant.
The site of this week-end’s 14th Annual Rose Cup Road Races has several obvious advantages. It’s owned and operated by the City of Portland as an integral part of a superb park system. It’s located in the heart of a major metropolitan area. It has the support of practically the entire community, including government bodies and a host of private organizations.
Included among the latter are those firms listed elsewhere in this program, and others whose messages appear on the “outfield” fence.
Perhaps the most visual recent evidence of such support are two new structures, both located adjacent to the drag strip-main straight of the road course.
Gifts to the city and users of the racing plant by two of the area’s pioneer firms, the Blitz Tower and Radio 62-KGW Tower are today being utilized for the first time at a Sport Car Club of America event, although the former was dedicated in April at the Grand Premier Drag races and has been used in several similar events since. At the Blitz Tower dedication Portland Parks Commissioner Francis Ivancie and Blitz President Fred Wessinger, driving golf carts, participated in an unusual drag race before a crowd estimated at 10,000.
This tower functions in a multiple capacity, providing administrative offices for PIR Manager Dale LaFollettee,
a control and timing center for drag race events, scoring for road races, announcing booth for radio and public address system, and a television observation deck. Additionally, a hospitality room is provided.
The Radio 62-KGW Tower, at the end of the quartermile drag strip and start/finish line of the road course similarly serves several purposes, including the all-important lap-scoring crew headquarters and back-up timing for the road racers, and locale of the Chief Steward and his assistants, and round-the-circuit communications center.
The KGW Tower was officially dedicated June 6 during the annual Rose Cup Press Day, at which time KGW Radio Manager Tom Jackson formally presented keys to Commissioner Ivancie. Thanks to arrangements by Jacquie Crist, assistant to Jackson at KGW, press representatives, Rose Festival officials, drag and sports car drivers and crews and other invited guests enjoyed a fine afternoon, including refreshments and music by an outstanding rock band.
Both of the new towers will continue to provide enjoyment for participants and fans at PIR, meeting a long-felt need by helping insure safe conduct of various events as well as speedy, accurate reporting of results. Motorsports and bicycle racing groups using PIR had a hand in providing specifications for design and construction of the towers and have pronounced the final result first rate.
The spirit that has helped the entire Portland Rose Festival become the largest and finest such community event in the world has permeated PIR, and coming years should see this racing plant rated alongside such older, more well-known layouts as Riverside, Road America, Nurbergring and Monaco. That’s quite a jump for a circuit which once consisted of city streets in the World War II satelite city of Vanport, Oregon.
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HOW TO WATCH A SPORTS CAR RACE
By Tony Wascher
Sports car racing can be as confusing to the novice spectator as ice hockey or rugby. In order to enjoy it you want to know what is going on and where to watch. Once you’ve got the fundamentals you should be able to convince your neighbor that Mario Andretti is just another household name.
Traditionally sports car racing is referred to as “road racing.” Sports cars are put into one of two racing groups: “open wheel” and “closed wheel.” Simply, open wheel cars are the Indianapolis type race cars with cigar shaped, light weight bodies, without fenders over the wheels. Closed wheel cars include approved stock bodied sedans, roadsters, and special built sports racers, all with enclosed wheels. These two groups are also divided into “classes”, dependent upon performance capability and results a testing of production car classes and other groupings; classes may be found elsewhere in this program. Open and closed wheel cars are never mixed together in the same race, but different classes within the same group may compete together. With a total of 23 classes recognized by the Sports Car Club of America, mixing the classes is a convenience due to the time factor.
For example, a race may include A Sedans, A, B, and C Production, and A and B Sports Racers. These cars are not all equal in horsepower, but they do offer some degree of competition against each other. Unlike most other motor racing events, road racing combines the ultimate response between driver and car and a trying road course laid out to test both. The wrong response could change the end of the race and the overall winner could be any one of the other cars. Each class wilLhave its own winner in the same race. For that reason a C Production car may finish eighth overall, in our example, but will finish ahead of all other C Production cars in the field. The driver’s efforts will still get him a checkered flag and a victory lap. The real racing goes on “back in the pack” where two cars of the same class may be “dicing” for position lap after lap. They may only finish fifth and sixth overall in the group, and third and fourth in the class, but they were racing. You watch to see where the race action is developing and then you pull for your favorite.
You don’t want to watch a road race on the straightaways, the test is in the corners and curves. Many a slower car with better handling has pulled it out in the corners over a faster car with poorer handling. At Portland International Raceway the best seats are at the far west end where you can see Turns 1 through 5 and the spectator bank at the east end where the cars come through the “circus” of Turns 6 & 7, then into Turn 8 and onto the straightaway.
PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
West Delta Park - Portland, Oregon
LAP TIME vs SPEED
LAP TIME CHART
51.0 135.2 mph 1 26.0 80.2
52.0 132.6 1 27.0 79.2
53.0 130.1 1 28.0 78.3
54.0 127.7 1 29.0 77.5
55.0 125.3 1 30.0 76.6
56.0 123.1 1 31.0 75.8
57.0 120.9 1 32.0 74.9
58.0 118.9 1 33.0 74.1
59.0 116.8 1 34.0 73.3
00.0 114.9 1 35.0 72.6
01.0 113.1 1 36.0 71.8
02.0 111.3 1 37.0 71.1
03.0 109.4 1 38.0 70.3
04.0 107.7 1 39.0 69.6
05.0 106.1 1 40.0 68.9
06.0 104.4 1 41.0 68.3
07.0 102.9 1 42.0 67.6
08.0 101.4 1 43.0 66.9
09.0 99.9 1 44.0 66.3
10.0 98.5 1 45.0 65.7
11.0 97.1 1 46.0 65.0
12.0 95.7 1 47.0 64.4
13.0 94.4 1 48.0 63.8
14.0 93.2 1 49.0 63.2
15.0 91.9 1 50.0 62.7
16.0 90.7 1 51.0 62.7
17.0 89.5 1 51.0 62.1
18.0 88.4 1 52.0 61.6
19.0 87.3 1 53.0 61.0
20.0 86.2 1 54.0 60.5
21.0 85.1 1 55.0 59.9
22.0 84.1 1 56.0 59.4
23.0 83.1 1 57.0 58.9
24.0 82.1 1 58.0 58.4
25.0 81.1 1 59.0 57.9
OFFICIAL TIME CHART FOR CALCULATING MILES PER HOUR.
Shows the conversion of time required to complete one lap of the Portland International Raceway 1.915 mile course into miles per hour. Start your stopwatch as a car passes a point in front of you. Check the time required for it to return to that point. If, for example, it requires 1 minute 20 seconds to complete one lap, the car has averaged 86.2 mph.
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I WOULD ALSO LIKE INFORMATION ON: ----------------------------
AA Ambulance Service Bardy Trophy Bill Gerlock Towing Capri Club of Oregon Georgia Pacific Corporation Jim Fisher Motors Riviera Motors Cascade Sports Car Club Blitz-Weinhard Corp.
KGW Radio 62 KPTV
Monte Shelton Motors Portland International Raceway City of Portland, Bureau of Parks & Recreation City of Portland Police Bureau, North Precinct Pontiac Division, General Motors Corp. Portland Rose Festival Association Oregon Chapter, Porsche Club of America Vancouver (Washington) Datsun Video Electronics
ROSE CUP TROPHY SPONSORS
Abbott and Lind, Inc.
Bank of California
British Motor Car Distributors Cummins Oregon Diesel, Inc. First National Bank of Oregon Fred Meyer, Inc.
G. I. Joe’s M. B. Motors, Inc.
McKee Pontiac — Mazda Oregon Mutual Savings Bank Pacific Diesel Power Co.
Portland Auto Auction
U. S. National Bank
Program Design — Dan Allen, Rob Taylor Cover Art and Poster Design — Alexander B. Ceres/Design Photography and Cartoons — Robert Ames, Robert Mead, Scott Manley Printed By — Artline Printing Co.
1974 PRODUCTION CAR SPECIFICATIONS
Abarth Simca 2000
,Corvette Sting Ray 350 Roadster & Coupe 1970-1971 Corvette Sting Ray 396 Roadster & Coupe thru 1973 Corvette Sting Ray 427 Roadster & Coupe thru 1973 Corvette Sting Ray 454 Roadster & Coupe thru 1973 Cobra 427
Ford Boss 429 Mustang 1969, 1970
Porsche GTS 904
De Tomaso Pantera 351 — 1972-1974
Alfa Romeo Montreal
AMX Sports Coupe (290) thru 1969
AMX Sports Coupe (343) thru 1969
Corvette 327 (1962)
Corvette Sting Ray 327 Roadster & Coupe thru 1974 Corvette Sting Ray 350 Roadster & Coupe thru 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB 4 Daytona
Jaquar Series 3 V-12
Porsche 911E Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1969 Porsche 911S Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1969 Porsche 911E Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1970, 1971 Porsche 911S Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1970, 1971 Shelby GT-350 thru 1966
Shelby GT-350 1-4V, 1967
Shelby Cobra GT-350 Coupe 1969
Alfa Romeo TZ
Datsun SRL 311-U (Mikuni)
Datsun 240 Z Sports thru 1974
Ferrari Dino 246 GT
Jaquar XKE, 3.8 & 4.2, Coupe & Roadster
Lotus Seven Series Four
Lotus Elan 1600 S-2 thru S-4
Lotus Elan Plus 2
Lotus Europa Twin Cam
Porsche Carrera 1500, 1600
Porsche 911, 911L, 911S (Coupe) thru ’68
Porsche 911T Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1969 Porsche 911T, 911E, 911S Coupes/Targa Cabriolet ’72 Porsche 914/6 thru 1972
Sunbeam Tiger 260
Alfa Romeo Duetto 1750 thru 1971
Alfa Romeo Spider 2000
Austin Healy 3000 MK 1, II, III
Daimler SP 250
Datsun SRL 311U (Hitachi)
Elva Courier MK III 1800 & MK IV 1800
Elva Courier MK IV T Roadster & Coupe
Jaguar XK 20, 140, 150, 3.4 & 3.8
Lotus Super 7
Lotus Europa Mark 46, 54, (65)
Triumph GT6, GT6+
Triumph GT6, MK III
Triumph TR-4, TR-4A
Triumph TR-4A, IRS
TVR MK III 1800
Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT & GTZ
Alfa Romeo Duetto 1600
Austin Healy BN4, BN6, (100-6)
Elva Courier MK I, II, III (1622)
Elva Courier MK IV (1622)
Fiat 124 Sport Spider 1600 (2 carb.)
Morgan +4 Opel GT 1900
Porsche 356 1500/1600 A, B, C
Porsche 356C/1600 SC 356B Super 90, Cabriolet
Porsche 912 Coupe thru 1968
Porsche 912 Coupe/Targa Cabriolet 1969 Porsche 914/4 thru 1973 Saab Sonnett V-4 thru III Triumph TR-2, TR-3, TR-3A, TR-3B Turner 1500
TVR MK II, 1622
Volvo 1800 (1990cc) 1969, 1800E, 1800ES thru ’73
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Super 1300
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Special
Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior
Alfa Romeo Junior Z
Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint & Super 1600
Alpine A-110, 1100
Austin Healy Sprite MK IV (1275)
Austin Healy BN1, BN2 (100-4, 100M)
Datsun SPL-311 & SPL 311U
Fiat 124 Spider thru 1970, 1600 (1 carb.) 1971-74
Fiat Abarth OT 1300/124 Coupe
Lotus 7 & 7 America 66
MG Midget MK III, IV thru 1972
MGA 1500, 1600, 1622
MGA Twin Cam
Morgan 4/4 MKV
Triumph Spitfire MK III thru 1970
Triumph Spitfire MK IV thru 1972
Triumph Spitfire 1500
Volvo 1800S, (1780cc)
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint & Spider
Austin Healy Sprite 1100, AN 8 (1100)
Datsun SPL 310 U
MG Midget AN 2, AN 3
Rene Bonnet CRB
Triumph Spitfire MK I & MK II
Austin Healy Sprite MKI & MKII (948)
Fiat 850 Spider, Racer thru 1973
Fiat Abarth 850S, 750 GT, 750 MM
MG Midget (948)
Morgan 4/4 MK IV
Opel GT 1100
June 22 June 29 July 6 July 14 July 20-21 July 27 August 3 August 4 August 10-11 August 17-18 August 24-25 September 1 September 7-8 September 14 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13
PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Sports Car Club of America 14th Annual Rose Cup National Championship Road Races. SCCA Regional Championship Races. Team Continental Driver Training.
Baxter Auto Parts Summer Street Championship.
Race of Champions Drag Race (AHRA).
AMA Motorcycle Road Race.
SCCA Regional Championship Road Races.
Oregon Funny Car Drag Championship (AHRA).
Columbia Corvette Club Autocross.
Go-Kart Road Races.
NASCAR Stock Car Road Races.
SCCA National Championship Oregon Grand Prix Road Races. AMA Motorcycle Road Races.
Cascade Sports Car Club-Blitz Weinhard Fall Challenge Road Races. Thrifty Auto Supply High School Drag Races.
Go-Kart Road Races.
AMA Motorcycle Road Races.
Recreational Motorcycle Riding:
Tuesday Night Bicycle Races: Wednesday Night Grudge Drags: Thursday Night Motocross:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays -Helmet and silencer required. Through August 27.
1/8 mile, through September Through August 29.
FORMER ROSE CUP WINNERS
1961—Jerry Grant, Yakima, Washington, 3-litre Ferrari
1962— Jerry Grant, Kent, Wash., Ferrari Testa Rosa
1963— Bill Stephens, Vancouver, B.C., Lister Corvette
1964— Pierre Phillips, Portland, Lotus 27
1965— John Hall, Vancouver, B.C., Porsche RSK
1966— David Phelan, Portland, Ford Cobra
1967— Bill Amick, Portland, McLaren Mark II
1968— Stan Burnett, Seattle, Burnett Mark II - Chev
1969— Jon Milledge, Mountain View, Cal., Racesales Brabham-Ford Formula II
1970— Milt Minter, Los Angeles, Cal., Porsche
1971— Herb Caplan, Los Angeles, Cal., Corvette
1972— Monte Shelton, Portland, Portland, Shelton Motors Lola
1973— Bill Cuddy, Hidden Hills, Cal., McLaren MK 8E
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