2017 event registration information as well as 2017 race entry guidelines and rules and regulations will likely be available by February 2017
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Registration for the 2017 Put-in-Bay Road Races Reunion (August 27-30) is now open!
For a link to the latest press release about the 2017 Put-in-Bay Road Races Reunion click HERE
To help get the word out about PIBRRR 2017 you can download the 2017 event flyer, print out copies (color or black and white is fine) and distribute or post wherever vintage sports car nuts might congregate. Click HERE
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There are many lodging opportunities on Put-In-Bay: from Historical and modest seasonal, to many levels of B & B’s and both new and remodeled motel style accommodations. All appear to be within walking distance to the center of the community. Check these out at the Chamber of Commerce site: http://visitputinbay.com . The Anchor Inn, and their new acquisition, The Cottage at Coopers Woods; Ashley’s island House, and The English Pines, have all been very supportive of this event.
If you are pulling a trailer and want the luxury of roomy parking, both cottage and motel style cabins, with pool, bon-fire site, parking beside your door for your race car, and the convenience of being directly across from the airport, we suggest you consider the Bird’s Nest Resort.
The Anchor Inn: http://anchorin.info Phone 419-285-5055
Ashley’s Island House: www.ashleysislandhouse.com Phone 419-285-2844
The Cottage at Cooper’s Woods: Contact Dan at 216-375-1314
The English Pines: http://englishpines.com Phone: 419-285-2521
The Bird’s Nest Resort: www.birdsnestresort.com Phone: 419-285-6119
Curious about the Put-in-Bay Road Races Reunion? Here's what just a few people had to say about the 2013 event.
“I couldn’t imagine a friendlier atmosphere or a nicer group of people at an event. I particularly enjoyed the two laps of the original circuit. They were a very brave group that drove those races as the streets were very narrow, the curves sharp, the straightaways long, and lots of trees to mark a mistake. How they managed crowd control and how the event lasted as long as it did -- given the course -- is a wonder. I have driven the re-enactments of the street races at Elkhart Lake, Watkins Glen, and now PIB and the latter is surely the most daunting. They all marked a great time in sports car racing, and being able to experience even a little bit of it is itself an honor.” – Marvin Primack (Recipient of the Paul Henry Award for the entrant deemed best reflecting the spirit of the Put-in-Bay Road Races Reunion)
“I have not been back to this island since I last raced here in 1959. The road from the airport turn to cemetery corner is like a piece of glass compared to when they raced here, and you were fortunate to get thru that corner in one piece. I did have a lot of flashbacks of all the good times. I think I raced at PIB more then any other road course and there was a reason. A blast!” – Harry Constant, Grand Marshall for PIBRRR 2013
“Heard the best feedback from residents and visitors; the Put-in-Bay Road Races has quickly become a top notch Island event. Thank you to all of you for your time and devotion! Looking forward to 2014 ~ Sincerely, Julene Market and Family, Miller Boat Line
“Great event. Thanks for encouraging us to go.” – George Shafer
Adrienne and I had a fabulous time. Our thanks to all who worked so hard to make this such a wonderful event. We're booked for next year. Chris Wilson
“What a great event, especially with the co-operation of the weather and the Island venue. Anne and I are pleased that there are plans for a repeat next year, and hopefully we can spend more time than we did this year. Thank you again for all your time and effort to make the race successful.” Keith Freimark
“Kudos to you & the entire crew for an outstanding event. What a hoot. In addition to the articles in the Mansfield News Journal and Port Clinton News Herald, The Sandusky Register had a nice pic of Pete Thelander (MG NE) and Peter Ross (MG J2) on the track with an article. I’ll be back for more fun next year.” – Tom Metcalf, Safety Fast Restorations
“Thoroughly enjoyed the event with Rachel and me both racing! She really liked it too (well, except when she relocated a haybale)” – Greg Prehodka
“Ah… wot fun--we'll sincerely try to make it next year...Karen likes p.i.b. and really she doesn't care for lotsa places so that part of the plan is easy." ‘Toly Arutunoff
“What a fun time. I received my hat today, a trophy I will display proudly. Having a single focused day of racing really gives you the down time to enjoy the island with your family and friends before and after the race event. Thanks to each and every one who contributed to making it a wonderful event for the drivers and all in attendance...See you next year.” – Steve Konsin
“Had a great time at PIB again this year. Many nice people to meet and many nice cars to see and hear. I'll be looking forward to doing it again next year. Fifty years since the races ended at PIB, & 200 years since the Battle of Lake Erie. I hope a group is still doing the races in 150 years with these old cars.” – Steve Goudy
“Thank you to all the drivers, organizers, volunteers and sponsors. I can't wait until next year.” – Jim Schell
“Kudos to ALL the volunteer workers who make the PIBRR event what it is.” – Tal Burkett, Grid Chief.
“Wanted to say a HUGE thanks to everyone for a wonderful event. I only got half a day today due to my "real world" schedule, but it was pretty special anyway.” – Marie Bohusch
“I can't say enough, I have not had this much fun, since I ran my Isetta there in 2011. What a great event, thanks to everyone for the great job and may the spirit of this event continue on in the future. My Fiat 850 will be back.” – Barry Prosser
“The Turners are planning already for a return to the island next year! Well done to all the entrants and coordinators.” – John Ruth
I wanted to thank everyone that put on the PIB Reenactment. I think it was one of the best times that I have ever had Vintage Sports Car-ing (even though I did not race). The Car shows and get togethers in the evening were great along with the whole venue of PIB (riding bikes, dining and of course especially the Tall Ships and History). My wife gave up on going to weekend races with me years ago, but really enjoyed this event. Thanks for the vision of doing something different. I know from organizing other events that this is not easy and can be exhausting. -- Stan Mason