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Parts 1 and 2 with Jerry Kehoe

Part 1 was released on June 29, 2016.

Released today is Part 2 of our conversation with vintage and club racer Jerry Kehoe. Greg and Jerry talk about Jerry's Triumph TR3, British vintage cars, the high cost of vintage and club racing, and disappearance of many things mechanical in our highly technical age. Jerry and Greg talk about welding, and muse about the dearth of good auto parts counter workers. Lots more in this episode, so please check it out.


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Join Greg and Dave at Dave's shop for another fast-paced and topic-filled conversation as they talk about the upcoming at that time Elkhart Lake vintage races, the cars from the shop being raced that weekend, and the famous bratwurst! Dave and Greg also discuss the changing economics of vintage racing - the cars that are getting more expensive, and the ones that are still affordable for the racer without unlimited funds. Greg asks Dave about the June SVRA event held at Sonoma Raceway, where Ethan won the Formula Ford class, and they talk about the upcoming Monterey Motorsports Reunion event, and the interesting cars from the shop that will be racing there. Switching gears, Dave talks about how to prevent and cure engine oil leaks in Alfa Romeo engines, and they discuss potential rule changes in the Formula Atlantic category to allow later cars, and the effects that would have. Finally, Dave gives an introduction to a future guest - Willy Stryker, metalworker extraordinaire!
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Video Slideshows, and New Episode Released

Greetings,

In this conversation, I chat by phone with Ethan Shippert, recently returned from the race meet at Elkhart Lake, where he drove previous guest Phil Reilly's Brabham BT44 Formula One car, and provided track support services for a client's Porsche. Ethan also recounts the recent SVRA Formula Ford and Club Ford celebration at Sonoma Raceway in June, where he raced a Crossle, and talks about some major maintenance and restoration on the car. Ethan also talks about tires, different FF cars, the talents of another wonderful previous Vintage Racing Podcast guest, Dan Marvin, and much, much more.

You can find this and all of our conversations through our Episodes page at Vintage Racing Podcast | With Greg Tatarian and Dave Vegher, or on iTunes. If you haven't already, check out the two video slideshows I recently released.

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New Episode, September 1

Just released a new episode - please check it out.

This time around, I start off with some email and forum comments from our listeners. For our conversation, Dave and I met at the shop for a short run-down on the recent Monterey Historic Motorsports Reunion, for which Dave and Veloce Motors West had provided preparation and track services for 14 customer cars. As usual, we meander off on some interesting side roads, including a discussion about Hart racing motor design and evolution, and the rare and special Alfa Romeo GTAM motor with its unique monosleeve construction. It’s a brief conversation, because Dave was getting ready to head out of the shop, but a fun one.

Check out the new shop photos in the Photo Gallery, showing some of the current projects underway at Veloce Motors West.

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This time around, I talk with Henk Boverhuis, lead technical inspector for the CSRG, and tech inspector for other vintage race organizations. Henk has a long history of working on race cars, going back to his days with the Griswold Company, his own shops in Berkeley, a long stint at Fantasy Junction, and years of working on clients’ race cars. Henk tells us about his own racing days, and some of his favorite race cars. Henk and I discuss the upcoming CSRG Charity Challenge race meet at Sonoma Raceway, September 30 through October 2, 2016, with a focus on the technical inspection process, the checklist for racers to fill out, how to save time and avoid delays, and key safety concerns to be addressed during the tech inspections.

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We're back! We've had a work-induced delay in bringing you great conversations with interesting and entertaining participants in vintage racing and vintage car collecting. In this episode, Greg talks with CSRG President and vintage racer Locke de Bretteville. Locke tells us about his start in club racing back in the 1970s, working at Huffaker Engineering, lists some of his race cars and a LOT of old friends and colleagues in the racing field. Part 1 brings Locke's story up to the 1990s, and Part 2 will cover lots more, up to today, with a great story about how he found his current racecar, a 1969 Palliser-Winkelmann WDB2. Since Part 1 is coming out just 5 days before the final race of the 2016 season for CSRG, Locke tells listeners all about the upcoming race at Thunderhill.

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Please stop by our web site and check out my latest Vintage Racing Podcast episode with Shawn Thomas, master mechanic responsible for maintaining and restoring the significant vintage car collection of Tom Price. Shawn is also owner of a dirt track sprint car race team, and vintage car collector himself. Shawn shares his early years as a youngster learning how to work on cars and all thing mechanical, building his first race engine at age 12, a Ford 289 for his amateur race car driver dad, his long association with dirt track cars, his own Bristol car collection, and some of the iconic and remarkable vintage cars that he works on for Tom Price (Alfas, Ferraris, and much more).

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Happy Holidays, and best wishes for a great New Year!

Please enjoy our latest slideshow and commentary episode to celebrate our 1 year anniversary. Greg thanks his friend Dave, and all of his guests over the past year, while some great images of vintage race cars, cool race motors, and Vintage Racing Podcast guests fill the screen. You'll also meet Cozzie, Greg's recent rescue dog, named after, of course, Cosworth!

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Welcome to this episode of Vintage Racing Podcast, featuring Jeff Kline, a hugely talented and successful race car driver who started in club racing in the 1960’s, and then quickly established himself as a skillful, winning racecar driver, which led to sponsorships and driving roles with factory teams in a wide range of racing series. Jeff continues to drive a bunch of different race cars in vintage racing series around the country and at iconic tracks around the world.

Some of the roughly 100 racecars Jeff has driven include Mazdas, Porsches, Alfa Romeos, Jaguars, Ginetta G4, Ford GT40 Mk IV, IMSA Spice Cars, and Ferraris. Jeff has driven in IMSA Camel Lights, IMSA Camel GTP, 24 Hour of LeMans, Long Beach Grand Prix, and at Riverside, Road America, and more. Jeff is a 2X class winner at the Daytona 24 Hour endurance race and 3X class winner at the Sebring 12 Hour race. As a vintage racer, Jeff has raced at Goodwood and Monaco, and other iconic tracks.

This episode presents part 1 of a 2-part conversation, where we learn about Jeff’s early years in Club racing with friends, leading quickly to his factory racing sponsorships, all with numerous wins. There’s lots more history and stories by Jeff in both part of our conversation, so please enjoy this episode, and look for Part 2 with Jeff Kline in the next several days.

Also, please head to our web site at http://vintageracingpodcast and navigate to the Photo Gallery page for a look at several great photos of some of the cars Jeff has raced over the past decades.

If you would like to submit photos of your vintage race or street cars to be included on our web site, would like to submit comments, or suggest someone who would like to be a guest on the Vintage Racing Podcast, please email me at [email protected] or contact me through the web site. If you are enjoying these podcast conversations, please tell your friends, racing buddies, and anyone you know who you think would also dig them!

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Just released - Part 2 with Jeff Kline!

If you didn’t catch Part 1, please start there before listening to this episode. Part 1, by the way, is the most-downloaded episode of Vintage Racing Podcast since it began in December of 2015. I want to thank all of you listeners for following the podcast, and for telling your friends and colleagues about it. If you haven’t yet, please do so. Producing this podcast does cost me money and takes time, so it is worth continuing only if interest continues to spread to others who love vintage racing, race cars, and vintage street cars, and want to learn more about them and the folks who race, build, maintain and love them.

When Jeff and I left off last time, I had just asked him which three cars he has enjoyed racing the most during his career, and why. I think you’ll find the answers interesting, because each was chosen for different reasons. Not surprising, really, since as we learn, Jeff’s versatility and ability to quickly adapt have served him well throughout his racing life. I ask Jeff to help listeners better understand his versatility with cars, tracks, and short vs. endurance races. Jeff shares some of his experiences while racing pre-war cars like an Alfa Romeo 12C-37 at Monaco.

We move on to Jeff’s interest in vintage street cars, with the two of us comparing notes on cars we’ve mutually owned, before moving on to some of Jeff’s favorite race tracks, and what about them he likes so much.

We also talk about Ray Thompson’s Ginetta G4 that Jeff frequently races, along with a discussion of some inconsistencies of eligibility rules in some clubs, vintage racing on a track with a wide range of driver’s skill, from new amateur to ex-professionals, and how he handles that.

Finally, we wind our way back to comparing notes on our own vintage and contemporary sports and performance cars, and a short list of Jeff’s anticipated race schedule for 2017. It’s the perfect second half of what has been a fun, informative conversation so far, so please sit back (or get on your bike as Jeff does), and listen to Part 2 with Jeff Kline.

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This is a good podcast. I've enjoyed it and learned a lot.

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Thanks very much! Glad you liked it.
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Just released - a conversation with Dave at Veloce Motors West on a cold Saturday morning. As the propane heaters struggle to keep us warm, I ask Dave to weigh in on what’s new at the shop, and his views on the future opportunities for the younger generation in vintage race engine building and race car preparation. Dave shares his thoughts on what it takes to be successful in this specialized, competitive field.

If you know someone who you think other listeners would like to hear on the podcast, please let me know. And please tell a friend to subscribe to Vintage Racing Podcast, and subscribe to our web blog by heading to left side menu on the web site, and selecting “Entries RSS”. I've also posted some photos from the shop - head to the Photo Gallery Page.

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Today I am very pleased to present Conrad Stevenson, of Conrad Stevenson Restorations in Berkeley, California.

Conrad is a real car nut with serious skills as a restoration artist, has hand-fabricated vintage Alfa Romeo bodies, and brought many Alfas and other Italian cars to concours beauty. Conrad is also a participant of many famous vintage car rallies, and has provided mechanical support services for the California Mille since 1991.
Don’t let that lead you to believe Conrad is a snob; he is also an enthusiastic participant in the 24 Hours of LeMons in his Ecurie Ecrappe Alfa Spider.

In our conversation, Conrad shares his early influences leading to a life of cars, and talks about his friends, collaborators and valued clients who share his goals and vision for his high standards of workmanship.

Conrad tells us about his experiences in the La Carrera Panamericana, and why he has so thoroughly enjoyed this event. We also talk about the future of vintage car racing and collecting, how to elevate the interest and involvement of the younger generation, and how we can get the most out of our own experiences with our cars.

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My guest this time is legendary race driver John Morton, a man with many accomplishments that include movie stuntman, mechanic, fabricator, and of course, talented, winning race car driver who has secured many championships in a dazzling array of race cars throughout a career that spans almost 50 years.

He is perhaps best known for his stint with BRE, racing a Datsun 510 and a 240Z, winning National Championships in SCCA C Production and the 2.5 Trans-Am, but until retiring from professional race car driving in 2001, John was a class winner at Road America and LeMans, and outright winner at Sebring, and raced in IMSA GTP in a variety of scary-fast cars. In the years since retiring as a pro, John has driven an assortment of vintage race cars for their owners and teams.

Our conversation touches on the highlights of John’s rich career. John tells us about his start in racing, moving quickly into the winner’s circle, as well as the years in club racing, F5000, IMSA, Can-Am, and talks about what it’s like to drive cars that differ so much from one another. John shares his thoughts about short road course races compared to long endurance races, both of which he has much experience with. We also talk about vintage technology vs. race cars today, his partner, novelist Sylvia Wilkinson, and we end with some of John’s upcoming vintage races he’s got planned.

Tomorrow I will add some photos, and a bunch of web site URLs to our web site that cover various parts of John’s career, his cars, and even other interviews with John, so make sure you check back tomorrow for more information.

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Vintage Racing Podcast listeners seem to share my goal of making *episodes interesting to a wide range of listeners, including professional mechanics and race car preparers, ex-professional racers, relatively uninformed spectators, current vintage racers, and vintage car lovers and collectors.

Some listeners have asked for more conversations with famous ex-racers or professional race prep shop operators, while others have asked for interviews with the regular folks who race vintage cars for fun, having never professionally raced, or maybe not even club raced during a car’s production era. I think that’s because we can appreciate and learn from the pros, but we can relate to the amateurs like ourselves.

One of the recurring themes of the conversations on Vintage Racing Podcast is how to keep vintage cars and vintage racing relevant to younger generations. With the rising costs of vintage race and street cars, parts, and preparation, and the rising costs of getting to the track and competing, coupled with the aging of professionals who maintain, rebuild and repair these cars, it’s reasonable to assume that vintage racing will have to include later cars, and in some cases, more acceptance of later modifications.

My guest this episode is Kevin Corrigan, from Michigan, near Detroit. Kevin was recommended to me*by*Rich, a member of AlfaBB.com, and Vintage*Racing Podcast*listener who shared suggestions for contemporary racers of vintage cars. Kevin could just as easily be club racing a spec-Miata or other late production car, but for a variety of reasons he shares, prefers to vintage race an Alfa Romeo GTV2000. Kevin works in the automotive industry, and although he may not be able to share decades of racing experience with listeners, he does share is his viewpoints and enthusiasm as a young participant in the sport, which I think is something that vintage race organizations need to encourage.

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Locke de Bretteville - CSRG President About Upcoming David Love Vintage Race, More

Returning for a conversation this time is Locke de Bretteville, President of the California Sports Racing Group. Today we’re talking about the upcoming David Love Vintage Car Road Races at Sonoma Raceway, from March 31 through April 2. Locke reviews the history of this race and its namesake, David Love, a co-founder of the CSRG, now in its 50th season. We talk about the race schedule, run groups, including new and expanded groups, and about the somewhat later cars now admitted to the club’s races. This race is a tie-in with two other 50th anniversaries – Formula Ford series they’re calling the Crossflow Cup, and the Continental Series, the original series for Formula B and Formula A, later F5000.

Locke and I talk about how CSRG reaches out to younger members, and discussions by the club on admitting later some later race cars, and Locke shares his thoughts on the future of vintage and contemporary auto racing, including Formula E, and virtual auto racing. I ask Locke how the club’s expansion of Group 8 is coming along, which sparks a discussion about handling larger run groups when turnout can be inconsistent from race to race. We also talk about participation by spectators, as well as local car collector’s groups and driving clubs, and we get into a discussion about several of the fastest drivers in the CSRG, such as Dan Marvin, a previous guest on Vintage Racing Podcast.

Thanks for joining us, and hope that some of our listeners will be heading out to the beautiful Sonoma Raceway for the upcoming event.

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With a career spanning 5 decades, my conversation with successful race car driver, Rick Knoop, is only the tip of the iceberg. Here we learn about many of the wide variety of race cars he’s driven, many of the co-drivers with whom he’s shared a cockpit (Rick is at home with sprints as with endurance races), and Rick shares some of his philosophy on racing, and importantly, keeping a car on the track and in the race until the finish.

Rick presents little sidebars and story gems that help paint the picture of his racing days, past and present (be sure to search the internet for videos of Rick driving the 1972 McLaren M8F, and his Pikes Peak Hill Climb footage).

This is a long conversation, so I’m splitting it up into two episodes. If you listen to part one, you will definitely want to also listen to part two, because there is a LOT covered in each episode.

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Hi,
I've released two more episodes; a review of Rick Knoop's documentary, Racing Through the Forest, and Part 2 of my conversation with Rick, highly experienced and accomplished race car driver (and fun interview).
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My guest this time on Vintage Racing Podcast is a master fabricator and top-level restorer, Joe Cavaglieri. Joe’s 50 years of experience began with his many years working on an impressive array of race teams and builders that include Peter Brock, Brad Friselle, Ryan Falconer, Frank Garcia and others, preparing cars for top level race drivers that include previous guest, John Morton, as well as Al Unser Jr., George Follmer, James Hunt, Leila Lombardi, John Hotchkis, Robert Kirby, and more. Joe spent those years in high-intensity learning mode on F5000 cars, the Frisbee Can-Am car, Indy cars, managing race cars, race teams, handling mechanical and fabrication duties, and more. This experience provided the foundation for Joe when he started his restoration business in 1984, first restoring a Lotus 19, with more work being referred by clients and colleagues since that first day.

Joe and I spoke for over an hour about many of the details of his early years in racing, through to beginning his restoration business, in which he has become known as a top-level master craftsman with a focus on ultra-rare and unique Porsches for wealthy car collectors and celebrities. Joe and I talk about the range of Porsche Spyders he has restored, and we discuss some of his philosophy on the degree, and the point of a car’s history to which it should be restored. We also get a little technical, with a discussion about panel forming in aluminum, tools he uses and prefers, and metal shaping techniques, and Joe shares his favorite aspects, and most notable challenges with his work.

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