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November 15th meeting cancelled.

Our upcoming meeting on Tuesday, November 15th, has been cancelled but we are hoping to reschedule for the following Tuesday, November 22nd.


SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 

  2011 artwork

Thanks to all who came out to the show and helped make this year's show another huge success.  We had a great panel of speakers, including this year's special guests, Bob Bondurant and Tim Considine, along with John Morton and Charlie Agapiou. It was a real treat having the opportunity to listen to these guys share how it was back in the hey day of Shelby American.

Bob's resume is long and storied but he's best known in Shelby-circles for his accomplishments behind the wheel of Shelby's Cobras and Daytona Coupes.  His first victory in a Cobra was in 1963 in the LA Times Grand Prix at Riverside Raceway in CSX 2137.  The following year he teamed up with Dan Gurney to win the GT class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, driving Daytona Coupe #CSX 2299.  Then of course in 1965, Bob and co-driver Jo Schlesser captured the FIA Manufacturers' World Championship on July 4th for Shelby American and Ford in Daytona Coupe #CSX 2601.  In 1968, Bob opened his School of High Performance Driving, which of course is still going strong today.

Bob Bondurant

Tim Considine rose to fame in the mid-50s, co-starring in The Adventures of Spin and Marty, playing Spin Evans.  Several other Disney-related projects solidified Tim as a fan favorite (or what we'd call a teen idol today).  In 1960, he landed his longest running role as Mike Douglas, the eldest son in the My Three Sons series.  Tim is also an accomplished writer and photographer, interests which permit him to pursue his love of automobiles and racing.  His award-winning book, American Grand Prix Racing: A Century of Drivers and Cars, is the definitive account of American participation in Grand Prix racing back to 1906.

Tim Considine


Thanks to all who came out and supported the club's spring open track weekend.  Plenty of wide-open track time the entire weekend and as usual, by Sunday afternoon, everyone had had their fill so we closed up shop early.  A big thanks to Jim Clark for sending along a bunch of pics from the weekend.  You can view them by clicking here.

JClark pic


Our annual holiday party was an unmitigated success.  Through a combination of auction proceeds, donations and a contribution from the Club's treasury, we were able to contribute $1,500 to the LAPD Pacific Division in support of their annual holiday toy drive.  We also collected and donated a van-full of toys to the cause as well.  Thanks to all who helped make a lot of kids very happy this holiday season.


SEPTEMBER 11, 2010

2010 flyerThanks to everyone who came out and helped make this year's show our best one yet.  The Santa Monica pier is an awesome setting for a show and we truly appreciate everyone who brought their cars to this wonderful venue.  We'd also like to that the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Committee for inviting us back this year.  Again, what a great place for a car show.

This year's best of show award went to Bruce Kawaguchi for his 1965 Shelby Mustang, 5S029, one of the three "Carroll Shelby School of High Performance Driving" cars.  Bruce has owned the car since the early 70's and earlier this year completed a multi-year restoration effort.  What a fantastic car!



This year's special guest was former Shelby employee, Bernie Kretzschmar.  Bernie was an employee during the Shelby heydays of 1965 to 1967.  Bernie brought out his GT350 Hertz car.


Again, thanks to everyone who helped make this year's show another success.  For more pics of the show, please click here.