Heartland Vintage Racing was doing a little recruiting at the 2015 All Speed Expo, and had three nice vehicles on hand which represented the variety of classes & cars that folks can race and see at the vintage races. It was the first year for the All Speed Expo, a show that strives to bring a “touch of SEMA” to the Kansas City area, giving a venue for exhibitors and organizations involved in the automotive aftermarket a place to display products and services to the general public.
Heartland Vintage Racing had a nice display that included Mark Bracewell’s Formula Ford, Skip Meyer’s Bugeye Sprite, and Tony Shores ’65 Mustang fastback. We want to thank these gentleman and all the HVR members who spent their weekend manning the booth to help us get a little exposure. Lots of folks stopped by the booth, checked out the cars, asked questions, and picked up membership applications.
Photos by: AutoFaze Automotive Photography