ClassicCars.com staff races back to the ’20s in Scottsdale event this weekend

ClassicCars.com staff races back to the ’20s in Scottsdale event this weekend

ClassicCars.com is pleased to announce that not only has it partnered with the second annual Grand Prix of Scottsdale, it has entered the race this weekend with a team.

The ClassicCars.com car created by Vintage Kart Company in Arizona

The ClassicCars.com car created by Vintage Kart Company in Arizona

ClassicCars.com is pleased to announce that not only has it partnered with the second annual Grand Prix of Scottsdale, it has   entered the race this weekend with a team.

The Grand Prix of Scottsdale is a celebration of the Jazz Age era  during the weekend of November 4-6, 2016. The  weekend features Jazz Age fashion, a Gatsby Lawn Party and, on Sunday at 10:30 a.m., American-made vintage mini-racers from Vintage Kart Co. will race through downtown Scottsdale.

“We are very excited to support the Grand Prix of Scottsdale as a sponsor this year, and to have a team of ClassicCars.com staff participating in the race,” said Roger Falcione, president and chief executive of ClassicCars.com. “Events like these keep the passion for all things automotive alive and give members of the public the chance to get up close to the cars and racing, at the same time as celebrating times gone by.”

The Grand Prix of Scottsdale will feature  five heats and  one driver change per 45-minute lap. The final heat will includes the top two drivers on each team competing for the top prize.

Team member Chris Drew sits in ClassicCars.com race car during practice

Team member Chris Drew sits in ClassicCars.com race car during practice

The ClassicCars.com team comprises:

  • Mike Langthorne, vice president
  • Troy Shumate, controller
  • Nicole James, content coordinator and reporter
  • Chris Drew, customer support and event specialist
  • Sarah Moore, sales operations specialist
  • Bruce Young, account manager – dealers

Proceeds of the Grand Prix of Scottsdale will benefit Southwest Human Development, which  creates a solid foundation for Arizona’s children and their families. The agency serves 135,000 children and their families annually, gives away more than 180,000 children’s books through its early literacy programs and working to change the lives of young children through more than 40 programs. To learn more visit: https://www.swhd.org/.

For more information on the Grand Prix of Scottsdale visit the event website.

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