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  The Colorado Auto Racing Club - CARC, the oldest racing club in Colorado, would like to thank you for visiting our website and giving us the opportunity to bring our rich 70+ year club history to you.  We take great pride in the  heritage of our organization and the strong racing family culture we have developed over all these years.  We like to think that our racing history strongly compliments motor sports in our fine state.   Please take a few minutes to review our History page.  Keep our sport alive, We look forward to seeing you at the local short track races and hope you will keep the CARC a part of Colorado's racing scene!  If we can answer any questions you might have about our unique style of racing or this website, please drop us a line on our " Contact Us" page.
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602 Crate Motor Rule For the CARC Mod Coupe's

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Due to the fact that many drivers and teams are already in preparation for the 2018 season we want to announce that the Mod Coupe division will in fact be moving to an exclusive 602 Crate Motor rule in 2018 and beyond. We will also be standardizing several other aspects of the rules for the Mod Coupes as we transition this division into a more affordable, fun, yet still very fast and competitive division.

Please stay tuned for further announcements regarding this exciting new development in the Mod Coupe division.

Theron Bredeson


Long Time CARC Supporter #77 Ray Norby in 1979 we believe, Thanks Ray!!

Some Great New 1963 Pictures From Long Time CARC Fan Bill Peratt's Personal Archive, THANKS BILL For Sharing!!
Amazing how simple it use to be!
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It All Started For The CARC In The 40's

#8 Jack Smith
Story By Paul Bredenberg
    An interesting short story. Last spring, a man named Jack Smith, Jr. called me from California, saying he is the son of the late Jack Smith who raced with the CARC from 1946 to 1951. He was also CARC President in '50 and '51. Jack, Jr. and his nephew, also named Jack Smith, were interested in his Dad's racing, so I dug up everything I had on Jack Sr. and asked some of the remaining old timers what they remembered. I put together a packet of pictures and program notes mentioning Jack. He was so grateful that I decided to build a model of the car to send to him. I got the car done in late summer but didn't get around to getting the decals finalized and printed until December. I sent him the model and received back a wonderful thank you card from his wife, Cynthia, telling me that Jack had died in September. She said that the model would be preserved as a family heirloom. Sad to receive that bit of information, but still glad to have honored this man's memory and contribution to local racing.

CARC Tribute to Joe & Bob Balzano, Gall Upton, Fred Boles and Tom Gibbons, #3, #33, #133 Cars from the 1950's

From Mrs Colleen Miller
Photography by Duncan Photographers

A Tribute to Pat Fogarty 1957, 58 & 59 CARC!

A note from Tim Fogarty, Pat's son;
This is were it began . 1957 My dad and Don Wilson were best of friends . Thats my dad in the middle . My dad bought this car from Don at the end of 57.

Born August 4th 1930 . Died July 23rd 2015. Sargent in the marine corps served 18 months active duty in Korea . Machinist by trade . !

Married my Mom Mary Jane, January 1952

 My Dad was always proud to talk about his racing days . He wasn't one of the real fast guys, but he always gave 100% for what he had !!!

  Modified Coupes for the Ages!



With 70+ years of CARC history out there, there is a lot of it that we don't have on the website and we would love to share it with our fans.  Please look over what's already on the site and go to your personal collections and take a look at what might be worth sharing (send me not your originals, but copies, also I can do the scanning/copying if you can't and will protect your valuable collections).  Please consider sharing this history with everyone!!  If you see incorrect information, please let me know. Contact Mike Wood at and we can figure out how to get it on the site!

Some of our CARC History
Click on the CARC History Page for more

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