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The VMC Competition License


How To Obtain a VMC Competition License

 

Due to the stunning growth of vintage racing over the past decade, vintage events can now be found virtually year-round somewhere in North America.  So, if you plan on racing a lot with other clubs, you may wish to also obtain a VMC license.

 

One VMC function is to issue a national vintage competition license which is accepted at other vintage clubs across the country.  To apply you must be a member in good standing of one of the VMC organizations.  Your application should be sent to your host organization in order that they may affirm your status and that you meet certain safe driving requirements.  Upon their approval and endorsement, they forward your completed application to the VMC Secretary who then issues your VMC completion license.

 

Click here for the VMC License Application


The Ace Factor

Even if you are an experienced racer seeking a VMC Competition License,  you my wish to purchase a copy of  The Ace Factor, an excellent publication commissioned by the VMC and produced by E. Paul Dickinson.  It covers the essentials of racing and is a valuable text for experienced drivers,  It will help you realize what may have become some bad habits or forgotten race craft tools. Chapters titles including "Know What the Pros Know" and "Ten Common Driving Errors" that can only help even the most experienced race car driver.
 

The Ace Factor is in its second printing and available for $14.95, postage included.  Click here for the order form.  (VMC Member Organizations wishing to buy books in bulk quantities should contact Treasurer@the-VMC.com for such orders.)