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Race Name and Event Suggestions

Race Name and Event Suggestions

RMVR is asking for your suggestions. We are considering renaming our events for 2020 and want your ideas and, as always, suggestions…

How To Get an RMVR Tech Inspection

Good news: If you obtain a pre-season Annual Tech inspection…

RMVR Apparel Now Available On Line!

You can now purchase RMVR shirts and hats on line!…

Volunteer/Worker Sign Up

RMVR can't race without the amazing support provided by our…

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How To Get A Competition License

For the safety of all of its members, RMVR, like all other race organizations, has a rigorous licensing process. To participate in our races, you must have a current RMVR Competition License, an RMVR Provisional License, or a VMC license. For those without prior racing…

Small Bore Group

Somewhere in the DNA of every professional racecar driver, from the great, to those filling the “also ran” end of the grid, are lessons learned in a small low horsepower car. In RMVR we class these cars in the “Small Bore” run group, but the…

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Big Bore Group

These are the big, ground-pounding cars in the club. This group consists of the V-8 powered Corvettes, Camaros, Mustangs, Falcons, Shelby GT350s, Cobras, Dodges, Plymouths, and some Porsches. There are also a number of other over 2.0-litre Sedans which are classed with the Big Bore…

How To Get Started Racing

You always promised yourself you'd go racing, right? Well, it can be done! Join us! Nearly all drivers in Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing, Ltd. (RMVR) had promised themselves they would one day go racing. Some figured out how to go racing early in adult life;…