Garnett, KS — Sixty-one years after race cars first roared into the small Kansas town of Garnett, Heartland Vintage Racing is making sure the action at Lake Garnett Race Track continues.
The seventh annual Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival (LGGPR) will host vintage race cars, classic sports cars and modern performance cars Oct. 9-11 at North Lake Park. Discover the track’s history and watch original race video footage from 1959-1964.
The Revival has become one of the premier vintage and sports car events in the region, with a multi-day format that includes high-performance driving exhibitions around the historic 2.8-mile race track, the EKAE autocross at the Garnett Municipal Airport, the Hagerty Revival showcase car show in downtown Garnett, a road tour & cruise, and the chance for spectators to ride around the track in one of 40 different high-performance cars during the Charity Rides. Get the full weekend schedule.
On-track sessions offer speed-regulated classes that give drivers of every experience level seat time in their classic cars. New in 2020 is a dedicated Rookie run group for licensed drivers age 16-17. Rookies must be accompanied by a legal guardian age 25+ and the group will be limited to a top speed of 60mph.