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Introducing the GLORY DAYS Celebration of Motorsport Extravaganza

Introducing the GLORY DAYS Celebration of Motorsport Extravaganza

Written by  on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 11:26

The GLORY DAYS Event will be presented in the spirit and style of the phenomenally successful Goodwood Festival of Speed which was first launched in 1995 and has become so popular that it is now the world's largest automotive event with over 180,000 attending in 2013.

Bob DeShane, organizer for GLORY DAYS said this: "Back in the fifties, sixties and seventies it was much easier enjoy the full experience of driving and riding.  The roads were less crowded and it was easier to take the steps necessary to get involved in clubs and competition, get on track, if you wanted to.  But, over the years things have just gotten so expensive, so regulated, so structured that today, many enthusiasts and potential enthusiasts find it terribly difficult to get involved or even stay interested."

He continues, "We have designed GLORY DAYS Celebration of Speed to bring back the freedom and the excitement that has been lost.  We aim to re-engage people and re-store the connection between them and their passion in a fashion and style that could only be possible at one of the world's truly great racing facilities, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park."

The inaugural GLORY DAYS celebration is an all-new, all-inclusive motorsport and motoring extravaganza set to take place over three days, June 27-29, 2014, at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, north of Bowmanville, ON. The GLORY DAYS Celebration of Speed is unique in North America and it holds something both pleasing and thrilling for every motoring, riding and racing enthusiast. 

Be captured, be thrilled, BE THERE!

For more information and regular updates, please log on to the website:

http://glorydayscelebrationofspeed.com or call Bob DeShane at 705-878-5422.

From: Bob DeShane

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