There are some well known vintage motorsport events around the world such as the Goodwood Revival or the Monterey Historics, but you can also find amazing events in your own neck of the woods. Le Circuit de Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada is one of them and hosts three events a year where the noise police turn a blind eye and voracious beasts are permitted to rev their motors to their mechanical hearts content.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Laurentian mountains a little over an hour north of Montreal, the race track sits near the ski village of Mont-Tremblant. Constructed in 1964 with 15 corners, changing elevation and just over 4 kilometers in length. The track was known for it’s notorious “Hump” off the back straight which would launch cars airborne creating some spectacular and grizzly moments. The big boy Can Am and Trans Am series were the first pro races hosted off and on throughout the 60’s and 70’s and featured some epic racing.